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Cheap hotels in Southwark, London

South of the Thames, this area has become a dynamic and exciting hub of activity. It contains Borough Market, a pavilion of good food, and the Tate Modern, which takes up space in a massive, renovated power station.

This is not, all this considered, a neighborhood with many hotels, but there are a few good options around. The ‘hood is connected to the City of London by the pedestrian Millennium Bridge. It’s adjacent to the Bermondsey, a very hip area with lots of nice restaurants and watering holes.

Editor's Pick
CitizenM Bankside, London

Address 20 Lavington Street (Southwark)

With crash pad-like rooms and up-to-the minute technology, this hotel is ideal for those who have come to London to work or party – or both.

8.8 Guest Rating

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ibis Styles London Southwark Rose (ex all seasons), London

Address 47 Southwark Bridge Road, London Bridge (Southwark)

While not the cheapest hotel in London, the Ibis Styles London Southwark Rose offers comfortable digs at a price point that's affordable for its happening Southwark locale.

7.3 Guest Rating

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$175

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LSE Bankside House, London

Address 24 Sumner Street (Southwark)

Renting out basic rooms at affordable rates when school is not in session, the LSE Bankside House (a London School of Economics dormitory) offers great value for budget travelers to London.

7.3 Guest Rating

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$121

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Premier Inn London Southwark Borough Market, London

Address Bankside, 34 Park Street (Southwark)

Although the rooms at the Premier Inn London Southwark Borough Market are admittedly fairly ho-hum, they are reasonably attractive in comparison to other hotels in their league. And their location is fantastic.

8.6 Guest Rating

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$159

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