Cheap hotels near London Eye in London, United Kingdom
Opened by Prime Minister Tony Blair on New Year’s Eve 1999, the London Eye sits on the south bank of the Thames staring intently across the river at its more subdued neighbor, Big Ben. At 443 feet tall, the London Eye is the tallest Ferris Wheel in Europe and offers unparalleled views of Greater London.
Rides in one of the London Eye’s capsules take about 30 minutes and can be purchased on site, although buying them online will save you 10%. For complete ticket prices and hours of operation, visit the London Eye’s Web site.
Hotels near the London Eye: Although we review some hotels on the south side of the Thames, most of our picks are across the river.
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