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The Chamberlain Hotel is lucky enough to sit within reach of plenty of London's greatest attractions as well as its business district. After a day of either sight-seeing or business meetings, the Chamberlain offers a slice of solace just north of London's Tower Bridge.
The Chamberlain is easily accessible via several transport links, including London's airports and Express ways. Getting directly to and from the hotel within London itself is also easy thanks to Aldgate Tube station pretty much on its doorstep.
Each of the seven stylish rooms are kitted out with their own bathrooms, air-con, and tea and coffee making facilities as well as a fridge. There's also a hairdrier in each room, a trouser press and bathrobes. A television and radio are also standard features in all bedrooms. One of the rooms is actually a roof terrace, giving guests some spectacular views of London in all its bustling glory.
As far as food and drink are concerned, the onsite restaurant at the Chamberlain is own by Fullers so serves the classic London ale, London Pride, on tap. The food is hearty and classically British, so make sure your stomach's empty before you eat there.