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London Marriott Hotel County Hall

London County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road · London SE1 7PB United Kingdom

  • +44-207-928-5200

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South Bank is a vibrant and constantly evolving area, known for its rich cultural offering and great family attractions. A wide range of restaurants and bars can also be found, along with ample transportation modes that make it an ideal destination for exploring London.


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Discover London

After visiting all of the obvious sights, like Big Ben and the London Eye, guests of our hotel, which features guest rooms overlooking the River Thames, will find our central location makes it easy to discover a variety of destinations. For those seeking more, our friendly and knowledgeable concierge team is happy to help make sure your stay is unique and memorable, by finding the best hidden spots and “off the beaten track” discoveries.

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Concierge

Our Concierge team is on hand to help with your travel plans. 

Phone: +44207 928 5200
E-mail: mhrs.lonch.concierge@marriotthotels.com

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Signature Picks

The Houses of Parliament Tour - A unique combination of 1,000 years of history, modern day politics, stunning art and architecture, this tour allows you to travel the route taken by the Queen at State Opening of Parliament, and then visit the majestic Lords Chamber before entering the Commons Chamber, a scene of many lively debates.

Beefeater Gin Distillery Tours - Learn about the distilling process of the world famous Beefeater Gin at London's unique distillery. Discover the true London spirit of Gin by sampling cocktails, exploring its history and more.

Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire – Churchill’s Secret Intelligence and Computers Headquarters, this was the central site for British code breakers during World War II.

Concierge Services

From the moment you book a stay at London Marriott Hotel County Hall, our award-winning concierge team is on hand to make sure your stay is both smooth and unforgettable.

Each member of the team has their own unique set of interests and passions so you’ll be sure to get the best advice and insider knowledge on things to see and do during your time with us.

Meet the Team

James – Head Concierge
James was selected to compete at the 61st UICH International Les Clefs d’Or Congress in Kuala Lumpur 2014 and subsequently won the major world 'Golden Keys Andy Ponco award. He works as Head Concierge here at London Marriott Hotel County Hall and can provide some great recommendations of how to spend your time in London. Some of his favourite things to do include:

  • Discovering the Victorian heritage in London such as the perfume houses, architecture or enjoying a classic wet shave.
  • Beefeater Gin tours in nearby Kennington – ask our team to organise one for you
  • Exploring some vintage men’s fashion on Jermyn Street in St James’s
  • Visiting Bletchley Park – it’s a hidden gem

Jason
During your time here in London, Jason recommends the following:

  • Exploring our British pubs, historic Palaces, and enjoying a quintessential afternoon tea (such as at The Library)
  • Visit one of London’s many micro-breweries
  • Explore County Hall’s heritage from its political past, to now
  • For the ultimate photo opportunity, visit Abbey Road

Abundio
During your time here in London, Abundio recommends the following:

  • Exploring some of London’s trendy eateries, checking out a new West End show and having some family time
  • Visiting out-of-London destinations (such as sleepy country villages or The Cotswolds)
  • Checking out L. Cornelissen & Son for beautiful calligraphy pens

London Markets

Portobello Road - Probably the world’s best known street market with a 150-year history. Famous for its antiques and bric-a-brac stalls, it also features a superb selection of fashion, food, crafts, books and music.

Borough Food Market - A foodie’s paradise, where the name of the game is “try before you buy.” As London’s oldest food market, it has been serving patrons for 1,000 years, and that extraordinary heritage is an important part of its appeal.

Spitalfields Traders Market - There’s nothing you cannot find here. Over 100 stalls are enclosed in a Victorian structure, selling an array of antiques, art, books and crafts. The surrounding streets were Jack the Ripper's territory.

Historic Attractions

Bank of England - This fascinating museum tells the story of the Bank of England since its foundation in 1694 to its role in today's economy. See how the banknotes are created and how to spot a forgery. There's even a genuine gold bar which you can try and lift!

Temple Church - One of London's oldest and prettiest churches, built by the Knights Templar in the 12th century and served as their English headquarters. Temple Church was a key location in the controversial book, “The Da Vinci Code” by Dan Brown, and was also featured in the film.

Churchill War Rooms - Visit a World War II bunker and museum to discover the story of Winston Churchill’s life and legacy.