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National Maritime MuseumNational Maritime Museum The National Maritime Museum contains the actual jacket that Admiral Nelson wore at Trafalgar. 
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Hilton London Canary Wharf in London Hilton London Canary Wharf★★★★Isle of Dogs
A 4-star hotel in Marsh Wall, roughly 1½ miles away, with air conditioning, bar, internet access, restaurant, room s... more
Holiday Inn Express in London Holiday Inn Express★★★Greenwich
A 3-star hotel at 85 Bugsby's Way, around one mile from National Maritime Museum. It has bar, restaurant, TVs, business f... more
Ibis Hotel in London Ibis Hotel★★★Greenwich
A 3-star hotel in Stockwell Street, roughly ¼ mile from National Maritime Museum, with bar, car parking, TVs, safe.
King William Hotel in London King William HotelGreenwich
A hotel at 155 Trafalgar Road, approximately half-a-mile away.
Novotel in London Novotel★★★★Greenwich
A 4-star hotel in Greenwich High Road, approximately ½ mile from National Maritime Museum.
St. Christopher's Inn in London St. Christopher's InnHostelGreenwich
A hostel at 189a Greenwich High Road, approximately half-a-mile away. A haven for many backpackers in the UK, the St Chri... more
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