- Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, property conditions & facilities, room comfort
- Tate Modern
- 7 min walk
- St. Paul's Cathedral
- 12 min walk
- Coca-Cola London Eye
- 13 min walk
- London (LHR-Heathrow)
- 51 min drive
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About this area
Located in London's London City Centre neighborhood, Sea Containers London is near a metro station. St. Paul's Cathedral and Coca-Cola London Eye are notable landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at St. James Park and Russell Square. Consider Piccadilly Theatre for a night out, and don't miss Sky Garden, a top local attraction. Our guests love the hotel's location for the sightseeing.
- Tate Modern - 7 min walk
- St. Paul's Cathedral - 12 min walk
- Coca-Cola London Eye - 13 min walk
- London Bridge - 18 min walk
- The Shard - 19 min walk
- London Blackfriars Station - 7 min walk
- Southwark Underground Station - 8 min walk
- London (LHR-Heathrow) - 51 min drive
- Sea Containers – Alfresco dining restaurant offering British cuisine. Serves breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner daily.
- 12th Knot – Rooftop bar. Open on select days.
- Lyaness – Cocktail bar. Open daily.
About this property
Sea Containers London
Food and drink
- Liked: Property conditions & facilities, room comfort
- Disliked: Staff & service
I have previously stayed at the sea containers hotel, and was so impressed that I came back. However following the service I received from the moment I arrived to the moment I left - I would certainly never stay again. The staff were very rude, abrupt and unhelpful. The valet wouldn't take the car as he thought there were no spaces. I booked three rooms at the same time in advanced of the evening. And the hotel staff placed us on all different floors, when I would expect they might have thought as this is a group booking, we could be placed together. The hotel bar staff were so rude it almost ruined the night. We booked a table for 7 people, and after a couple of hours a lady told us rudely that we will need to leave the table soon because there is a minimum spend if we want it for over 2 hours. At this point we had already spent £600+ and the mimimum spend was only £25 per person per hour. I tried to explain this to her and she rudely dismissed me. I then walked over to her and asked again if there is any way at all that we can stay at the table, being that we had 3 bottles of Champagne that were open, as well as several dishes of food on the table. She proceeded to get the manager who was even ruder and told us that we would need to find somewhere to stand. I was asking him how we can stand with the bottles and the plates of food and he rudely said I dont care, I need the table back as I have booked it to someone else. Overall this spoilt my experience.