The Clarendon Hotel is comprised of a row of eighteenth century residences, originally built for City merchants and seafarers. Today, it is what many people consider the finest Georgian hotel in south-east London.
The Meridian Restaurant, named after the Prime Meridian of the World is located at the Royal Observatory in nearby Greenwich Park. The main bar is named after navigational charts used by sailors to navigate the globe.
The Clarendon Hotel is situated at the top of beautiful Blackheath Village and has commanding views across the open grassland or heath to Greenwich Park.
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