The experience was brilliant. The staff make it the mission to make you feel your best. The mood and aura is calm. Every bit of the stay is set up to ensure you have a hassle-free time.
I took my wife here for her birthday and the staff made up the room nicely for us, which meant the world to her.
The hotel is also a few seconds away from the river so there is a beautiful view
Traveller from London
This hotel has contemporary architecture and is located on the River Thames in Docklands, five miles from central London and …More
First time at an apartment, similar experience to a hotel so it's good. Easy walk up from the DLR station, when you get to the stairs where the road goes through a tunnel just go up the stairs and it's right there.
Located in Canary Wharf, this apartment is within 3 mi (5 km) of Cutty Sark, Tower of London, and London Bridge. Olympic …More
With a family of 5 it is always difficult to find a room with space. Fox apartments provided us with the space needed with the high levels of cleanliness and facilities required. The apartment is ideally situated within walking distance to both the ExCel and the O2 (with a small trip via the sky-rail) and 1 minute walk to the DLR for those wanting a quick ride into the heart of London.
Traveller from Australia/Canberra
Located in Canary Wharf, this apartment is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Excel Exhibition Centre and 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Boleyn …More
"An overnight stay so I could catch an early flight"
Pleasantly surprised to find a nice hotel with lively bar very close to London City Airport with a large and recently refurbished room at a very competitive rate. Staff very helpful and room experience and facilities good.
Traveller from Stamford UK
Located in Canary Wharf, this hotel is 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Excel Exhibition Centre and 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Boleyn Ground …More
London’s 21st-century waterside business district, Canary Wharf is best known for its cutting-edge architecture, including the 50-storey obelisk-shaped skyscraper, One Canada Square. Get there by the Docklands Light Railway, with elevated tracks giving wonderful views into a world of glass and steel. By contrast, historic Greenwich, home to the National Maritime Museum, is just across the Thames. A foot tunnel links the two.