London’s main business district Canary Wharf is set on the bank of the River Thames and is a great place to explore. This has long been a popular place for high fliers to hang out and the large number of trendy bars and restaurants that can be found here reflect this. Canary Wharf offers excellent transportation connections to the rest of London as well as a number of excellent hotels that cater to business travellers as well as lovers of luxury.
Lincoln Plaza London Curio Collection
With its quirky interiors and splashes of bright colour, this establishment really stands out from the rather stark and business-like style of the rest of Canary Wharf. A short stroll along the underwater foot tunnel in Greenwich takes guests to a wide range of attractions, although this is a great place to simply unwind for a while. The large indoor swimming pool is the perfect place to splash around while working up an appetite. Dining options at the hotel include all day dining at ‘Food Store’ Driven by produce that’s in season, socially and ethically produced and sourced, chef Rumel Pinnock serves an all-day dining menu perfect for brunch, lunch or dinner. All appetites and tastes are catered for, with a selection of small plates, pizzas and hearty mains. While Mr Todiwala’s Kitchen run by celebrity Chef, Cyrus Todiwala OBE, brings signature dishes from his acclaimed landmark restaurant in the city, Café Spice Namaste, to be enjoyed in this stylish, vibrant restaurant at the hotel. The hotel has 129 rooms for guests to choose from and all are spacious with plenty of cosy touches.
London Marriott Canary Wharf
With just over three hundred rooms and suites to choose from, guests at this decadent hotel are sure to find something to suit their style. The most sumptuous options boast huge bathrooms set with bathtubs as well as comfortable sitting rooms positioned next to huge picture windows. Unwinding at the end of the day with a juicy steak at the Manhattan Grill is the perfect way to get the evening started and as the name suggests all of the dishes here have been inspired by the diverse cuisine of New Year. Guests who are entertaining business clients can also meet them in the stylish G&Tea bar, where there is an impressive selection of gins from around the world to choose from.
Canary Riverside Plaza Hotel
Despite the fact that Canary Wharf is a very vibrant part of London, you are sure to enjoy an especially tranquil stay at the Canary Riverside Plaza Hotel. The floor to ceiling windows in the guestrooms let in plenty of light and allow guests to enjoy pretty views of the River Thames from the comfort of their large beds. The room décor is a calming blue and white, which makes the most of the natural light that floods into the rooms. Dining al fresco on the spacious terrace of the Quadrato Restaurant, Bar & Lounge during the sultry summer months is a real treat and there is an excellent selection of dishes for guests to sink their teeth into. Those who are in search of pure relaxation will find a large sauna and Jacuzzi onsite, while there is also a pretty swimming pool to splash around in.
Novotel London Canary Wharf
Offering some of the most stunning views in the whole of Canary Wharf, the Novotel London Canary Wharf sores high above the surrounding buildings. The sophisticated top-floor bar is the perfect place to unwind with a cool cocktail at the end of the day while soaking up the scenery. The check-in process is informal and is sure to put nervous travellers at ease while offering a memorable personalised touch. Lovers of luxury will want to make sure that they secure one of the 26 sumptuous suites, which have open plans to help them feel especially spacious and decadent.