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    Church Street Hotel London London

    Church Street Hotel London

    from £54 32% off
    29-33 Camberwell Church Street, SE5 8TR 21 minutes walk in

    Billing itself as 'a Spanish Americana oasis in the heart of downtown South London', the Church Street Hotel is certainly unique and boutique-y. Frida Kahlo stares More

     
    The Bermondsey Square Hotel London

    The Bermondsey Square Hotel

    from £59 32% off
    Bermondsey Square, SE1 3UN 2.5 miles in

    Bermondsey Square Hotel offers a peaceful place to stay with its 79 bedrooms taking up one side of the traffic-free square. All rooms in this modern More

     
    Holiday Inn Express London- Vauxhall Nine Elms London

    Holiday Inn Express London- Vauxhall Nine Elms

    from £64 36% off
    87 South Lambeth Road , SW8 1RN 2.6 miles in

    Recently redeveloped in a contemporary style, the Holiday Inn Express London -Vauxhall Nine Elms is a budget hotel located just south of the river Thames. More

     

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    Hotels in East Dulwich

    Despite being badly damaged during the War, the old Victorian suburb of East Dulwich has undergone ample gentrification in recent years. In Victorian times, the area's population was just over 1,500 until 5,000 houses were built in East Dulwich in the 1870s. World War II saw East Dulwich nose-dive somewhat, but its current revival is clear for all to see. Blessed with some of London's best independent shops and located near some large green spaces, East Dulwich has become very popular with well-off Londoners starting up families but looking to live within striking distance of the city centre. Popular spots include The Plough pub, the excellent Palmerston gastropub and the old-fashioned children's sweet shop, Hope & Greenwood. On Fridays and Saturdays there is a small market on the North Cross Road with antiques and specialist food stalls. On Lordship Lane, the derelict grade II listed "Concrete House", the only surviving example of a 19th century concrete house in England, stands. More

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