Hotels near Coca‑Cola London Eye
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The Coca-Cola London Eye towers high above the ground in the South Bank district. The neighborhood is just across from the City of Westminster, and along the River Thames. Other notable attractions in the area include the Royal Festival Hall and Jubilee Gardens.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Coca‑Cola London Eye

Radisson Blu Edwardian Kenilworth Hotel
Radisson Blu Edwardian Kenilworth Hotel
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4.1
97 Great Russell Street, London
from $113
Lancaster Gate Hotel
Lancaster Gate Hotel
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3.9
66-71 Lancaster Gate, London
from $74
Novotel London Tower Bridge
Novotel London Tower Bridge
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4.3
10 Pepys Street, London
from $100
Millennium Hotel London Mayfair
Millennium Hotel London Mayfair
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3.8
44 Grosvenor Square Mayfair, London
from $159
Holiday Inn London Mayfair
Holiday Inn London Mayfair
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4.0
3 Berkeley Street, London
from $187
Twenty Nevern Square Hotel
Twenty Nevern Square Hotel
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4.1
20 Nevern Square Earls Court, London
from $77
St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London
from $194
Athenaeum Hotel
Athenaeum Hotel
116 Piccadilly, London
from $274
The Re London Shoreditch
The Re London Shoreditch
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3.9
419-437 Hackney Road, London
from $82
Saint Georges Hotel
Saint Georges Hotel
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3.7
Langham Place, Regent Street, London
from $106
More About Hotels near Coca‑Cola London Eye...

What's the Coca-Cola London Eye?

The Coca-Cola London Eye was a popular attraction prior to the signing of a branding agreement in January 2015. The London Eye, which opened in February 2000, is a giant Ferris wheel that stands 443 feet high. Its creators billed it as the tallest cantilevered observation wheel in the world. Indeed, it does offer a great vantage point for observation and some visitors prefer to visit the attraction at night to view the illuminated buildings of the city.

Which Hotels Have the Best View Near the Coca-Cola London Eye?

For impressive views of this huge structure, consider staying at the Club Quarters, Trafalgar Square hotel. Although it's in the West End, you'll still be within easy reach of the Eye. The H10 London Waterloo is another worthy choice, especially if you use public transit to check out the Coca-Cola London Eye, and other nearby attractions like the London Dungeon or Shrek's Adventure London.

What Are the Benefits or Draw-Backs From Staying at a Hotel Near the Coca-Cola London Eye?

The South Bank neighborhood is across from the Houses of Parliament, which is good news if you're interested in regional legislature. It's also close to Waterloo, which is known for its vibrant atmosphere. However, since there are many attractions concentrated in these areas, you may deal with large crowds. Bayswater is a good alternative because it's a generally quieter neighborhood.

What Do I Need to Know About the Coca-Cola London Eye?

Distribution of Coca-Cola London Eye tickets occurs through half hour slots. There is a possibility of long lines so it's a good idea to arrive about 30 minutes before the time printed on your ticket. If you wish to buy souvenirs of your experience, the attraction has a gift shop. There are also toilets and Wi-Fi at the attraction's ticket office.

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