1. Cambridge House
2. Sandringham House
3. Wessex House
4. Tudor House
5. The Tower
6. York House
7. Windsor House
8. Lancaster House
9. Lalits London Hotel
One Tower Bridge claims superb 5* facilities which include:
There are a wide variety of restaurants and bars right on your doorstep, just waiting to be explored.
Tom Sellers Story restaurant - housed on the door step of One Tower Bridge, and championing British produce and design - showcases inventive dishes and skilled kitchen alchemy.
Alternatively dine at the scenic OXO Tower restaurant or the modern Gaucho Tower Bridge. If you're feeling adventurous, the Shard houses a number of superb restaurants and bars all of which boast stunning views of the city or perhaps a stroll down Bermondsey Street offering menus of Spanish and Italian, additionally a visit to Casse-Croute offering a new menu each day for that authentic French experience. In the other direction, set in the area of Shad Thames a stroll through Butlers Wharf will take you past anything from the mouth-watering Chop House to the classic Pont de la Tour and a handful of other fashionable eateries.
For the traditional experience, there are also long standing establishments catering for all tastes and ages where a visit to the famous Borough Market is not to be missed, here you will find fruit, vegetable, cheese and meat stalls in abundance and while you are there why not visit one of the many fine wine stores.
Alternatively you can enjoy a visit to the well known Vinopolis, not simply a shop but a venue and an experience! For a definitive night to remember, travel across the river to the West End for those world class establishments, including The Ivy and the Two Michelin-Starred Le Gavroche.
Founded in 1566 and favoured by Queen Elizabeth I, The Royal Exchange was the City's first purpose built shopping centre and is now its foremost luxury retail and restaurant destination. Bulgari, Gucci, Hermes, Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co, are amid the illustrious names you can expect to find here.
As well as the various boutiques, the Grand Café at the Royal Exchange is a spectacular setting for a glass of champagne or a cocktail, or for enjoying first class dining in the upper galleries.
Central London is dedicated to providing a broad selection of luxury shopping opportunities, including the world famous Jermyn Street and Saville Row which contains the numerous tailors dedicated to their craft. Similarly accessories and jewellery can be purchased from the renowned Alex Monroe and the illustrious Bermondsey 167.
One Tower Bridge can boast some of the finest historical views and cultural landmarks in London including Tower Bridge, City Hall, the Tower of London, the Gerkin together with the Shard being only a few moments away. Along the river, both the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament stand out as striking features that are prominent of the London landscape.
The area also offers opportunity to explore a wide variety of artistic tastes. With Shakespeare's Globe, Royal Festival Hall and the Old Vic within walking distance a play or performance is always an option or a visit to a gallery or a museum is never far away, being based in the heart of London's rich culture.
To live at One Tower Bridge is to enjoy access to the best amenities in one of the most advanced cities in the world. That includes educational services, where the options are wide-ranging and of the highest quality. There can be no better place to live, learn, and grow.
One Tower Bridge stands on the South Bank between Tower Bridge and City Hall, the political centre of London.
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One Tower Bridge will comprise 14 leisure and retail units and 70,000 sq ft cultural space laid out over a new public realm with 3 units benefiting from river frontage.