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Days Inn in London Days InnLambeth
A 3-star hotel in Kennington Road, approximately ½ mile from Waterloo tube station, with car parking, TVs.
Hotel H10 London Waterloo in London Hotel H10 London WaterlooSouthwark
A 4-star hotel at 284-302 Waterloo Road, approximately half-a-mile away.
London Marriott County Hall in London London Marriott County HallSouthwark
A 4-star hotel in Belvedere Road, roughly ¼ mile from Waterloo train station, with bar, car parking, restaurant, roo... more
Park Plaza County Hall Hotel in London Park Plaza County Hall HotelLambeth
A 4-star hotel in Lambeth, approx ¼ mile away.
Premier Inn in London Premier InnLambeth
A 3-star hotel in Belvedere Road, roughly ¼ mile from Waterloo train station, with air conditioning, bar, car parkin... more
Steve's Bed & Breakfast in London Steve's Bed & BreakfastLambeth
A B&B hotel at 23a Lower Marsh, approx ¼ mile away. Steve's Bed & Breakfast is situated in Lambeth.
Travelodge in London TravelodgeSouthwark
A 3-star hotel in Waterloo Road, roughly ¼ mile from Waterloo train station, with car parking, TVs, business facilit... more
Tune Hotels in London Tune HotelsLambeth
A 3-star hotel at 118-120 Westminster Bridge Road, about ⅓ mile away.
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