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Welcome to Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard, London

Address: 31 St Thomas Street, London South East, SE1 9QU

Hotel Description

Occupying levels 34-52, the Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard, London offers 5-star luxury and breathtaking views of the capital and beyond. It features an exquisite restaurant and serves cocktails until late at the highest bar in London. Each uniquely designed guest room has floor-to-ceiling windows providing spectacular views of the city, and maintains the theme of Oriental elegance found throughout the hotel. Featuring the body-contouring-technology ‘Shangri-La Bed’, rooms include a TV, iPod dock, coffee machine, complimentary WiFi and a set of binoculars. The en suite, marble-clad bathrooms have underfloor heating, separate bath tubs and a glass-enclosed shower. They include plush bathrobes, Acqua di Parma toiletries and mirrors with integrated TV screens. All rooms feature climate control to complement the building’s integrated sun shielding. The hotel features 3 dining and drinking venues, including TING, the signature restaurant and lounge on level 35, while LÁNG is a high-quality artisan deli and café. GŎNG, set on level 52, provides the setting for London's highest champagne and cocktail bar. Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard is located on St Thomas Street, less than 1 minutes' walk from London Bridge Train and Tube Station. The Tower of London and Tower Bridge can be reached in 20 minutes by foot. You can enjoy a stroll along the River Thames' South Bank to The London Eye, Big Ben and Westminster, approximately 1.5 miles away.

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The London School of Commerce - University

The London School of Commerce - University

Distance 0.1 miles (0.16 km)
The London School of Commerce is located in Central London and is very close to the London Bridge; an additional campus is located at Hannibal House. The school has been fully accredited by the British Accreditation Council and also has collaborations with the University of Wales Institute and Liverpool John Moores University. The various courses available at the London School of Commerce include MBA, International Hospitality Management, International Tourism Management, Masters Foundation, BA, Degree Foundation and English.

Cannon Street Railway Station - Railway Station

Cannon Street Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 0.52 miles (0.83 km)
Cannon Street is a National Rail and London Underground station complex in the City of London, the financial district of London in England. It is built on the site of the mediaeval Steelyard, the trading base in England of the Hanseatic League. It is in Travelcard Zone 1. This is a terminal station approached across the River Thames by the Cannon Street Railway Bridge and having entrances from Cannon Street and Dowgate Hill. Its approach by rail is by a triangular connection to both London Bridge and Charing Cross. There were originally eight platforms: a refurbishment in the late 1990s removed Platform 1. Cannon Street is one of seventeen UK railway stations managed by Network Rail.

London Fire Brigade Museum - Museum

London Fire Brigade Museum - Museum

Distance 0.54 miles (0.86 km)
One of the area's lesser known attractions, the LFBM tells the history of firefighting since 1666. See old fire appliances and other equipment, and there's a chance of seeing recruits in training at the adjacent centre. The museum is housed in the former residence of Captain Sir Eyre Massey Shaw, Superintendent of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade. It was the Fire Brigade HQ until 1937 when George V opened the new building on Albert Embankment, at the other end of the SE1 area. Visit our museum in Southwark and see how firefighting has developed over the last 340 years. Watercolour painting of the Brigade's museum at SouthwarkIt holds a wealth of information and exhibits depicting the history of firefighting in London from the Great Fire of London in 1666 to the present day.

Tower of London - Select One

Tower of London - Select One

Distance 0.55 miles (0.88 km)
The Tower of London is one of London's most popular and iconic tourist attractions. Built by William the Conquerer in the early 1080s the Towers role has been as a fortress, palace and prison.

One of the main reasons to visit the Tower is to see the working collection of Crown Jewels. There are 23,578 in the collection including one of the world's most famous diamonds. Find out who dared to try and steal the Jewels in 1671 and whether they succeeded.

Many people lost their heads in the Tower and the Prisoners exhibition looks at some of the Towers more infamous inmates including Anne Boleyn, Edward V, Guy Fawkes and Sir Thomas More. The Tower's history as a prison continued during the two world wars and still held executions.

There is so much to see at the Tower including the 'Yeomen of the Guard', the Ravens, Henry VIII's armour, instruments of torture in Lower Wakefield Tower and the Traitors Gate.

The nearest tube station is Tower Hill on the Circle and District underground lines. The Tower Gateway station on the Docklands Light Railway is also within easy walking distance.

Tower Bridge - London - Landmark

Tower Bridge - London - Landmark

Distance 0.56 miles (0.89 km)
Tower Bridge has stood over the River Thames in London since 1894 and is one of the finest, most recognisable bridges in the World. At the Tower Bridge Exhibition you can enjoy breath-taking views from the high-level Walkways and learn about the history of the Bridge and how it was built. You can then visit the Victorian Engine Rooms, home to the original steam engines that used to power the Bridge. Tower Bridge Walkways have specially designed windows, giving visitors a unique opportunity to take photos of the views without them being obscured by glass.