£187pp & up—Tower of London, fish & chips & 2-night stay
Spend two nights in the capital with the Tower of London on your doorstep
Why We Love This Deal
The Tower of London is home to the Crown Jewels, ravens, the Bloody Tower, the Medieval Palace, battlements, and magnificent armour displays. Explore the historic castle, check out some of the capital's best sights, dine on fish and chips from a classic chippy, and spend two nights in a central London hotel, all from £187 per person. This saves up to 20% on the price of putting this offer together yourself.
- A 2-night stay at The Tower Hotel in a standard sleeper double/twin room. Breakfast can be added; this may be an extra cost depending on your dates of visit
- One-day entry to the Tower of London
- A regular size haddock or cod and chips at a Poppie's Fish and Chips (Camden, Soho, or Spitalfields)
- Prices based on two people sharing
21 November, 2023-27 October, 2024. We found prices at £187 in February, 2024. There are a very limited number of lower priced dates available.
About the Tower of London
The Tower of London, a place where two kings and three queens met their death, offers "a palpable sense of ancient history at every turn", according to Lonely Planet. See the Crown Jewels display with its world-famous collection of over 23,000 gemstones, and the Line of Kings where historic armour of Henry VIII, Charles I, and James II is housed. You can also meet the legendary Yeoman Warders and ravens, learn the stories of the infamous Bloody Tower, and much more.
About the hotel
The Tower Hotel is a 4-star property on the bank of the Thames with views of next-door Tower Bridge and plenty of bars, pubs, and restaurants nearby. The Tower of London is on your doorstep, so the hotel is the perfect location for your visit. Tower Hill Tube station is less than a 10-minute walk from the hotel, or you can get to London Bridge Tube and train station in less than 20 minutes' walk. From here you can spend your 2-night trip checking out famous parts of the capital, including Hyde Park, Oxford Street, and the London Eye.