General Description According to Time Out magazine, If we were giving out awards for cool streets, the gong for funkiest newcomer would be scooped by SE1's Bermondsey Street. When the Bermondsey Square Hotel and Alfie's Kitchen open in April 2009 - as the focal point of a complete regeneration of Bermondsey Square - it's going to get cooler still. Should I stay, or should I go? You should go and stay. Definitely. Bermondsey is one of London's most happening areas, with great galleries, boutiques, bars and restaurants, all within a stone's throw of the City, the London Eye, Shakespeare's Globe and TATE Modern amongst other attractions. The Bermondsey Square Hotel (or b2 as we call it) is a stylish Bespoke Hotel, with 79 designer bedrooms including a series of loft rooms looking out over the London skyline. The revitalised Square will also feature an independent cinema, antiques market, chic flats and brand new office space. So, Alfie's Kitchen? What's it all about?Alfie's Kitchen is a place to graze, gaze and laze. A bar, bistro, wine shop and deli, serving fresh English dishes. A new addition to Bermondsey's burgeoning reputation as the place to play. As the 60s legend himself would say, Anyone in the mood for a little Alfie, straight up? Transportation Exit London Bridge Station towards Guy's Hospital. Take a left onto St Thomas' Street and continue for approx 400m. Take third right onto Bermondsey St (A2205) and continue down Bermondsey St for approx 600m until the end of the street and you reach Bermondsey Square directly infront of you. Cross Abbey St and you are at the hotel.
12 Bermondsey Square
Room Service, High-speed Internet, Restaurant, Swimming pool, Disabled
Access, Concierge, Bar / Lounge, Elevator / Lift, 24 Hour Reception, Air
Conditioned, Non-Smoking Rooms, Conference Room(s), Safe-Deposit Box,
Refrigerator, Cable / Satellite TV, Bath / Hot Tub, Coffee / Tea Maker,
Hair Dryer, TV, Laundry service, Massage, Shower
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