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Accommodation in South East London From modest guesthouses and bed and breakfast accommodation to ultra modern self-catering apartments and chic hotels, whatever you want to spend on your stay in South East London you’re sure to find the perfect accommodation to suit your needs.

If you’re planning a luxury break to the capital you’ll find a range of four and five star hotels with excellent reputations. Choose the grandeur of a listed building or if you’re in a minimalist mood go for a newer trendy hotel and enjoy power showers, Playstations and primping and preening in the complimentary spa.

If you’re looking for a chic place to enjoy a break try the stunning surroundings of the Mercure London City Hotel [map], Southwark Street. With an impressive glass exterior and a plush interior, this hotel is within walking distance of the Tate Modern and other Bankside attractions. The Mercure’s popular restaurant The Loft has won favourable reviews and offers a wide selection of world-cuisine and an extensive wine list.

For something completely different try the London Marriott County Hall [map]. This is one of the Marriott’s finest hotels located in the historic County Hall which was once home to London’s government. Now it is part of London’s Southbank and the site of this fashionable hotel. Nestled amid galleries, concert halls and theatres, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament are also nearby. This impressive setting is ideal for high-impact meetings and there is a full business centre.

Self-catering is now big business and there’s plenty of companies and agencies offering modern and stylish executive apartments to those keen to stay in the heart of South East London.

Euracom [map], Queen Elizabeth Street, offers customers the opportunity to rent a number of apartments ranging in size from studios that can sleep two people to two bedroom, two bathroom apartments that can sleep up to six. There’s also the opportunity to take advantage of in-house gym facilities and indoor swimming pools.

If you’re looking for a home-from-home experience escape to the suburbs and enjoy a friendly hotel offering some real home comforts at The Yardley Court Hotel [map], Eltham. This hotel is ideally situated for visitors seeking peace and quiet in the beautiful countryside, or the hustle and bustle of London. It is close to the High Street for shopping and restaurants. The main railway station and bus services are close at hand with direct routes into London and the coast. The hotel has a private car park where patrons are welcome to leave their car.

If you’re keen to enjoy a bed and breakfast experience you’re best bet is to head into nearby Catford which offers a selection to suit every budget.

Try The Heathers [map], Verdant Lane, Catford, which is particularly welcoming to children, and is therefore a great option for a small family. Nearby is The Broughton Bed and Breakfast [map], Ringstead Road, Catford. This stylish house was built in 1896 and offers rooms with views onto a large exotic rear garden. This is also a great place to enjoy a traditional cooked English breakfast.

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