St Pauls


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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

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Club Quarters St Paul's
"Good Points: Location great, spacious room was clean and well presented. Bad Points: No bad points - reception was busy when we arrived. General review: Would recommend.

Date visited: 2009-11-28 ..." More

Club Quarters St Paul's
"Good Points: Kitchen facilities Bad Points: Smaller bed more for a child

Date visited: 2008-12-30 ..." More

Club Quarters St Paul's
"I was at Club Quarters with my Hubby over the weekend.I will always recommend this Hotel,the receptionist were good and always friendly to the Guest,clean rooms and very near ..." More

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St Pauls is the area surrounding Sir Christopher Wren's 17th Century Baroque masterpiece, St Paul's Cathedral, which resides on Ludgate Hill on the north bank of the Thames. With its awe-inspiring dome dominating the skyline, this is one of the world's most recognisable buildings. Wren began designing the cathedral - the fourth on this site - after its predecessor burnt down in the Great Fire of London. The interior is magnificent, and the 1695 organ played by Mendelssohn is still used in services, at which visitors are welcome. Wren was buried in the crypt at St Paul's, and his epitaph, written by his son Christopher, urges: "Reader, if you seek his monument, look around you." From St Paul's, visitors may easily reach Tate Modern, another wonderful tourist attraction on the opposite side of the river, via a footbridge: the Millennium Bridge was nicknamed the "Wobbly Bridge" when it first opened in 2000 and had to be closed for two years so that engineers could stabilise it. Also in St Paul's is Middle Temple Hall, a fabulous Elizabethan hall that can be hired for functions, and the College of Arms, where heralds research family trees and decide upon entitlement to coats of arms.


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Threadneedles (0.14 miles)

Perfectly situated for the historical sights along the River Thames, St Paul’s Cathedral, Shakespeare’s Globe and the Tower of London, Threadneedles is the gateway to the heart of the City.

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Marlin Apartments Queen Street (0.29 miles)

Marlin Apartments Queen Street

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Marlin Apartments Queen Street is a premier new development right in the heart of the City’s financial district, providing luxurious serviced apartments for short and long-term stays. The Bank of England ... More

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Apex London Wall Hotel (0.29 miles)

Apex London Wall Hotel

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Located in the heart of the City close to Moorgate and Bank tube stations, this four star deluxe hotel has 89 spacious stylish en-suite rooms. Each room type is individually ... More

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Apex City of London Hotel (0.32 miles)

Apex City of London Hotel

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This chic 4 star hotel is situated in the Tower Hill district, with major businesses and the historic Tower of London and Tower Bridge on its doorstep. The Apex City of ... More

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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Tower of London (0.37 miles)

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Tower of London
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Tower of London is an award-winning hotel, combining a passion for modern design and innovation with contemporary living. All guestrooms offer light, fresh and contemporary décor and all rooms ... More | visit website
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Andaz London (0.41 miles)

Andaz London
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In Spring 2000, the Great Eastern Hotel reopened its doors to reveal a breathtaking Victorian restoration incorporating the bold new spaces and designs you are surrounded by today. The ... More
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Grange City Hotel (0.42 miles)

Grange City Hotel
The Grange City is a spectacular new luxury 5 star hotel. Superbly located with unique panoramic views over the City and just a gemstone's throw away from the Tower of London the Hotel represents a ... More | visit website
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Hotel Indigo (0.46 miles)

Hotel Indigo

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Hotel Indigo London – Tower Hill is an upscale boutique hotel that delivers a refreshingly and inviting guest experience that is truly reflective of the local community. The hotel is ... More

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Chamberlain Hotel (0.46 miles)

Chamberlain Hotel

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The Chamberlain Hotel is your 'home away from home' in the centre of London. It is conveniently situated just North of Tower Bridge and is a short stroll to many ... More

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Travelodge London Liverpool Street (0.49 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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