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London Cityscape against the River Thames

If you're planning a business trip to London, you're probably looking for a healthy combination of convenience and luxury - a close trip to your conferences or meetings, and plenty of hotel accommodations to ensure a smooth stay.  

Considering how expensive this city is, these types of hotels can be costly, so a more effective way to save travel cash (not only for your accommodation but for your food and drinks as well) is to get a hotel room a couple of minutes away from the city centre.

This is what The Inspector of the Daily Mail UK did as he opted for a £175-room in the newly-opened hotel chain that originated in Netherlands, namely CitizenM (“An Inspector Calls at… CitizenM, South London”). He found this hotel an “exciting place to stay in a great location” as it is strategically situated at the back of Tate Modern.

Here’s an excerpt from his review:
 

-- offering trailblazing technology, grown-up service, an easy-going atmosphere and a self confidence that never strays into arrogance. It's quirky, too. You check yourself in at terminals by the door where there is plenty of bright-eyed staff ready to help out if you press the wrong buttons… The whole of the ground floor is open-plan, but cleverly broken up by bookcases, modern sofas, tables and, at its heart, a big bar where you can perch on a stool and order whatever you want 24 hours a day. There's lot of attitude (and art) and yet it's all wonderfully relaxed. Behind the bar there's a hot-and-cold buffet and a fridge stacked with sushi.
 

Check out the rest of his hotel review here, and know how high or low he has rated London’s CitizenM Hotel.
 

So get started with your travel plans to London now by speaking with our travel experts!

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