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  • Where to stay on Greenwich Peninsula

    Quality accommodation

    InterContinental London – The O2 hotel offers spectacular views of the river Thames and Canary Wharf.  There are 453 spacious and contemporary bedrooms including 59 elegant suites, a luxury full-service spa with an indoor pool and five destination inspired restaurants and bars, including a 2019 Michelin-guide Peninsula Restaurant offering a premium dining experience or indulge in our timeless champagne afternoon tea at Meridian Lounge.  The glamorous 18th floor sky bar features stunning views over London skyline and unique cocktails.  The hotel also features direct access to the world famous entertainment venue, The O2, via a private walkway.

    The Pilot is possibly the oldest building on Greenwich Peninsula.  The pub has been here since the very early 1800s when the area was a mix of market gardens and light industry. Nowadays it’s  a special place to eat, drink and stay in Greenwich.  Enjoy a seasonal menu, British and world beers, and fabulous boutique accommodation particularly convenient for The O2.

    The Pilot

    Another option is Holiday Inn Express, a stylish and economical hotel with free WiFi and breakfast Included.  Holiday Inn Express is a short walk from North Greenwich Underground and all three hotels are easy to get to by Underground and Thames Clippers as well as Emirates Air Line cable car.