Grange City Hotel

Grange City Hotel

Map
8-14 Cooper's Row, London, England EC3N 2BQ, United Kingdom

This hotel in the heart of the city is just a stone's throw from the Tower of London. A 12-storey mid-rise, it was built in 2002 and houses 307 rooms and 11 suites. Common areas have a relaxed, neutral design, as do guest rooms with cream-tan-gray palettes. There are four in-hotel restaurants (international cuisine, Japanese, a brasserie, and bar/lounge), and a gym that includes trendy Hypoxi and Vacunaut training, plus a 25-metre Romanesque-style swimming pool. A special 68-room female-friendly wing has extra security, plus bath amenities like backlit, anti-mist, makeup mirrors.

Other Nearby Hotels
journal
St. Pancras isn’t merely home to the Eurostar. ... Read More
camera and maps
Claridge’s is British service at its best. In f... Read More
bellhops at The Goring London, London, England
For a taste of quintessential British hospitali... Read More
suitcase
With the feel of a private club, this Clerkenwe... Read More
journal
Sister site to the nearby Zetter Hotel, this in... Read More
journal
With 12 Asian-inspired suites (Chinese trunks, ... Read More
Nearby Restaurants
camera and maps
Beef is the order of the day at this historic v... Read More
suitcase
Travel back in time to the early 20th century a... Read More
travel package
After a massive falling out with his former men... Read More
photos
Located near the waterfront of St. Katherine’s ... Read More
suitcase
This is fancy surf ’n’ turf as never seen in Lo... Read More
journal
It’s hard to remember the last time a new resta... Read More
Nearby Things to Do
camera and maps
This year, Londoners have been tripping over th... Read More
camera and maps
With a 360-degree view of London and a particul... Read More
photos
So new it’s sparkling—and not with rain one hop... Read More
camera and maps
This year, the bar at the Golden Coq, that’d be... Read More
photos
One of the most iconic Art Deco buildings in Lo... Read More
travel package
A gourmand’s paradise, this fruit and vegetable... Read More
Advertisement
Advertisement