17 minute walk to the London Eye
Whatever your reason for visiting London, Thistle Trafalgar Square has the room, location and quality to suit your specific needs. Situated just around the corner from city highlights like Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square and Soho, the hotel is a short 17 minute walk to the London Eye.
Enjoy one of 108 en-suite rooms with high speed wi-fi, have a lovely dinner out on the terrace, or unwind with a drink in our modern and comfortable lounge. Whatever your reason for visiting London, you’ll find everything and more you could want from a hotel with Thistle Trafalgar Square.
19 minute journey on public transport to the London Eye
Thistle Bloomsbury Park is nestled in the centre of the West End and boasts 95 en-suite rooms. The beautiful Edwardian hotel is perfectly situated for your stay, be it for business or pleasure, with Russell Square, Covent Garden and the British Museum on your doorstep.
After a busy day enjoying the city, you can return to Thistle Bloomsbury Park and relax with a drink in the bar or meal in the welcoming brasserie. There are multiple tube and rail stations located nearby so it’s a hugely accessible hotel to make the base for your stay.
28 minute walk to the London Eye
This stunning, 4-star boutique hotel is a short walk to the London Eye and all the best bits that London has to offer. The unique bustle of Covent Garden, the excitement of Soho and the shopping hub of Oxford Street are all within easy reach.
Stay in one of the 129 en-suite rooms, enjoy a quality meal in the Kingsley Two restaurant or host an event; the Thistle Holborn is perfect for the leisure traveller, business or both. It’s a short walk from Russell Square and Holborn Tube stations and is conveniently close to King's Cross, St. Pancras and Euston rail stations.
Big Ben - the nickname for the Great Bell of the famous clock at the north end of the Houses of Parliament - is possibly the most recognisable ‘British’ landmark in the whole of London. The 96-metre high structure was built in the Gothic Revival architectural style and, coupled with the neighbouring Houses of Parliament, is one of the best photo opportunities in the city.
Built in the 13th century by Henry III, Westminster Abbey is one of the most important Gothic buildings in England and certainly one of the most famous. Its history is intriguing, being first the home of Benedictine monks, then the coronation church and final resting place for countless monarchs. It also offers a treasury of art, stained glass, textiles, books and the most extensive collection of monumental sculptures in the UK.
There are 4 different auditoriums showcasing up to 25 different shows a year at the National Theatre, a place that has become a haven for theatre lovers from across the world. Situated centrally along the Southbank riverside, the theatre is also a learning and community centre, hosting tours, broadcasts and exhibitions throughout the year.