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St. Paul’s CathedralSt. Paul’s Cathedral St. Paul’s Cathedral, built after the Great Fire in 1666, boasts the second largest dome in Europe. 
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Club Quarters St. Paul's in London Club Quarters St. Paul'sThe City
Reviewed A hotel in Ludgate Hill, roughly ¼ mile from St. Paul's Cathedral. Club Quarters is exclusi... more
Crowne Plaza in London Crowne PlazaThe City
A 4-star hotel at 19 New Bridge Street, about ⅓ mile away. It has air conditioning, bar, business facilities, resta... more
Grange St. Paul's Hotel in London Grange St. Paul's HotelThe City
A 4-star hotel in Godliman Street, roughly ¼ mile from St. Paul's Cathedral, with air conditioning, bar, car pa... more
Malmaison London in London Malmaison LondonClerkenwell
A 4-star hotel at 18-21 Charterhouse Square, approximately half-a-mile away. Malmaison London is situated in Charterhouse... more
Rookery in London RookeryClerkenwell
A 4-star hotel in Peter's Lane, approximately ½ mile from St. Paul's Cathedral. The Rookery consists of a charm... more
Youth Hostel Association in London Youth Hostel AssociationThe City
A hostel at 36 Carter Lane, approx ¼ mile away. The Youth Hostel Association (YHA) offer budget accommodation and pr... more
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