Bermondsey Square Hotel
London, United Kingdom

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The small, independent cinema at Bermondsey Square Hotel is one of London’s cult classics. It shows top quality art house releases and also regularly hosts film festivals and unique industry events.

Rooms

75 rooms and 5 suites

Food & Drink
  • GB Grill & Bar – modern British menu
  • Great Birds at GB – takeaway rotisserie chicken available 1-2pm on weekdays
  • Soft drinks available (please note: the hotel does not serve alcohol)
Features
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Designer toiletries
  • Wi-Fi in all bedrooms and some public areas
  • Bar/lounge
Airport
  • Gatwick Airport via the Gatwick Express from Victoria station (20 minutes by taxi) or direct taxi (70 minutes)
  • Heathrow Airport via the Heathrow Express from Paddington station (25 minutes by taxi) or direct taxi (47 minutes)
Nearby
  • Bermondsey Street
  • Borough Market
  • Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
  • Tate Modern
  • The Old Vic
  • The Shard
  • The Design Museum
  • Millennium Bridge
  • St Paul’s Cathedral
  • The HMS Belfast
  • Southwark Cathedral

Setting

Located in an up-and-coming area of south London that simply oozes urban style, the Bermondsey Square Hotel is so hip that it hurts. The capital’s most stylish hunting grounds are all within easy reach, most notably the fashionable Bermondsey Street with its collection of art galleries, trendy bars and stylish restaurants. The Southbank and its many cultural spaces are just a short stroll away while the great transport links in the area makes the best parts of the city readily accessible.

Look & Feel

As Bermondsey’s first boutique hotel, this design location has its finger firmly on the fashion pulse. Set over seven floors with huge picture windows throughout, the bright and inviting spaces give off a playful, fun vibe with the crowd to match. The striking and dazzling design scheme has a distinct retro feel, while quirky finishes enhance the mood. Bedrooms are decorated with individual design schemes that use every colour of the rainbow alongside funky pop art detail, including album cover wall hangings and futuristic artworks.

The furnishings take in an eclectic mix of retro and modern styles with an attractive blend of natural and bright colours. In striking contrast, the bathrooms feature a smooth, clean design using soft hues and an impeccable modern finish. Confidence of this bold design concept is mirrored in the hotel’s laidback, effortlessly cool vibe and friendly, engaging staff.

The confidence of this bold design concept is mirrored in the hotel’s laid-back, effortlessly cool vibe and friendly, engaging staff.

Appeal

The hotel’s architects clearly left no stone unturned in ensuring that every detail of their boutique offering conveys the ultimate in cool. And it seems they have succeeded, with indie pop duo Goldfrapp and rock band Keane among the previous clientele. In true modern style, the hotel offers an assortment of sleeping options including individually designed loft suites with such indulgent features as an eight-person outdoor hot tub on a private terrace overlooking the city.

For a really special occasion, the Eleanor apartment is surely the top choice. With luxurious sleeping quarters, a dedicated relaxation area and a bathroom with a Japanese bath, this is a dreamy location for work or play.

Amongst the bright colours and opulence, there’s also a definite British vibe. The aptly named GB Grill & Bar serves such hearty classics as fish pie, sirloin steak and cheese and crackers in a location with a fantastic outdoor terrace level. Indoors, the hotel’s public spaces feature iconic black-and-white images of London offering an enticing glimpse at the possibilities abound within the big city.

Secret

The Bermondsey Square Hotel was the setting for Channel 4’s reality show ‘Hotel GB’ that aired in 2012. The show featured such high-profile names as Gordon Ramsay, Mary Portas, Jimmy Carr and Jonathan Ross, who took on challenges to raise money for charity.