Brady Arts Centre Hotels, London.
Recommended hotels near to Brady Arts Centre, London.
The following 4 nearby hotels have recently scored the highest scores in the London Hotels Survey. The survey scores overall customer satisfaction
taking into account price, facilities and customer service. The four hotels near the Brady Arts Centre Hotel with the highest Survey Score are:
London Commercial Road Holiday Inn
10 minutes walk from Brady Arts Centre
67% of past customers recommend this hotel.
Perfectly located in the heart of the East End, this new generation Holiday Inn offers a quiet retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the city whilst also being a short 15-minute commute from central London. Suitable for those in town for both business and leisure, the hotel boasts 133 large, modern and sophisticated bedrooms with en-suite bathroom facilities. Added amenities include a luggage...
196 Bishopsgate Serviced Apartments
14 minutes walk from Brady Arts Centre
95% of past customers recommend this hotel.
From studio apartments to one and two beds, 196 Bishopsgate offers a full range of self-catering flats that give you more independence than a hotel. Apartments are well kitted out with all the electrical goods you could want or need including TV, hair dryer and iron. The kitchen area is also well equipped and comes complete with cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery. To top it all Liverpool Stree...
Grange Tower Bridge Hotel
15 minutes walk from Brady Arts Centre
88% of past customers recommend this hotel.
The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel combines luxury accommodation and events facilities, making it a great choice for your stay whether it's business or leisure oriented. Within minutes of the famous Tower Bridge, the hotel is ideally located in close proximity to plenty of London sights and landmarks and is the perfect base from which to indulge in a bit of sightseeing. The hotel's signature Conference...
Andaz Liverpool Street
16 minutes walk from Brady Arts Centre
89% of past customers recommend this hotel.
Housed in one of the great Victorian station hotels, this showstopper is a mixture of meticulous nineteenth century restoration and the glittering wit of Terence Conran's designers, with an incredible six-storey atrium the highlight. Rooms strike a perfect balance between beauty and functionality, while half-a-dozen bars and restaurants cater for your culinary needs round the clock....