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Serviced Apartments in Southwark

On the South embankment of the River Thames, our serviced apartments in Southwark are ideally located to explore some of London’s most well-known attractions.  

Home to The Shard, Shakespeare’s Globe, Tate Modern, HMS Belfast and Borough Market, Southwark not only boasts many of London’s landmarks, but it also overlooks London’s iconic City skyline.

Where is Southwark in London?

Southwark is an official borough of London, covering a triangular shape of the capital extending inwards from the south bank of the River Thames in between Blackfriars Bridge and Canary Wharf, and including other smaller areas such as London Bridge.

However, the area most associated with Southwark is formed by Tower Bridge Road, the A201, London Road and Blackfriars Road, directly overlooking The City district of London across the river, and serviced by Southwark, Elephant & Castle, Borough and London Bridge Tube stations.

What is the appeal of staying in Southwark?

Southwark is a sightseeing hotspot. Not only is it home to some of London’s best known-attractions, such as the Tate Modern, Borough Market and Shakespeare’s Globe, it also overlooks London’s iconic skyline from across the river and is within walking distance of many other attractions. It’s also in Southwark that you will find London Bridge Hospital and Guy’s Hospital.

Things to do in Southwark

Southwark is the perfect place for starting your sightseeing. From its side of the River Thames you will spot famous landmarks, including Tower Bridge and Tower of London, and iconic buildings such as The Gherkin, The Cheese Grater and the Walkie-talkie as well as St Paul’s Cathedral. 

On its side of the embankment, you will come across City Hall, The Shard – London’s tallest building, Southwark Cathedral, The Clink Prison Museum, Shakespeare’s Globe and Tate Modern.  And if you continue walking west along the Thames you will come across Southbank Art Centre, Royal Festival Hall, London Eye, The London Dungeon and the Sea Life London Aquarium, with the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben right across the river.

Crossing the river via one of its many bridges is fairly straight forward and by which you can access many more landmarks and attractions to see and visit.

Places to eat in Southwark

Southwark benefits from an array of places to eat and no stay in this area would be complete without a visit to the famous Borough Market, where you can taste the fine fare of boutique restaurants and food stalls.

At the top of The Shard there are also four restaurants serving high-end menus with panoramic views of the city. This is also a good spot to try afternoon tea, when you need a break from all the sightseeing.

Other highlights include Bankside, a square overlooking the river and surrounded by pubs and restaurants; and the area immediately around Borough Market, spanning the intersection between Stoney Street, the A3 and the A3200, where you will find even more great bars and restaurants. 

And of course, you can always buy something delicious from Borough Market then bring it home, to eat in the comfort of your own serviced apartment.

First time staying in a London serviced Apartment?

Boasting a kitchen and living area as well as a bedroom and a bathroom, our serviced apartments offer travellers more space, flexibility and privacy than a conventional hotel room, while still offering great service.

For families or groups travelling together, our apartments with multiple bedrooms are particularly ideal, and not only allows guests to enjoy each other’s company without compromising on privacy, but also provide substantial savings if you are staying for a while. Why settle for a single bedroom when you can have a whole apartment?

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