Bermondsey Square Hotel - Lucy in the Sky Suite

London, UK

Cool, unpretentious and friendly, with a blend of industrial chic and urban trendiness visible throughout its 7 floors.

Tower Bridge Rd SE1 3UN London UK
Bermondsey Square Hotel
Bermondsey Square Hotel location on the map
Bermondsey Square Hotel interior
Bermondsey Square Hotel
Bermondsey Square Hotel Lucy in the Sky suite
Bermondsey Square Hotel Lucy in the Sky suite terrace
Bermondsey Square Hotel Lucy in the Sky suite outdoor jacuzzi
Bermondsey Square Hotel Lucy in the Sky suite rooftop terrace with jacuzzi at night

Located in the middle of South London's hip Bermondsey area.

With a weekly antiques market right outside the hotel door, a fantastic indie cinema ten steps away and hosts of boutique shops & restaurants moments away, there is an abundance of things to do and see in this lovely, vibrant local area.

The Lucy in the Sky suite features a a jacuzzi for up to 6 people to enjoy on the private stunning outdoor terrace with amazing city gazing views over the capital.

At a Glance

A 15 minutes' walk to London Bridge station (Jubilee/ Northern Line).

90 rooms including four loft suites.

Make sure you pack right for your trip to London.


Offering an alternative twist on the London city break, The Bermondsey Square Hotel is conveniently located amidst buzzing restaurants, design studios, boutique shops, an independent cinema and vibrant antiques market.

A short distance away, guests can also enjoy London’s finest sights – Tower Bridge, Borough Market, The Shard and Tate Modern – whilst staying in a spirited neighborhood.
The hotel's four beautifully appointed suites offer guests private rooftop terraces and panoramic views of London’s skyline from Canary Wharf to the London Eye and Houses of Parliament. These are named Ruby, Lily, Jude and Lucy after iconic 60’s songs and make an eccentric choice for overnight or longer stays.

A little bit of history: Bermondsey is one of the oldest parts of Southwark with evidence of Roman occupation. Bermondsey’s Thameside location made it an important transport hub for the trade of all manner of goods. It’s success caused The City to enforce restrictions (to preserve its dominance) and earned Bermondsey the nick-name ‘London’s Larder’ due to the amount of food stuffs that passed through it’s docks.

The site where Bermondsey Square is today is best known as the site of Bermondsey Abbey which at it’s height rivalled nearby Westminster Abbey and was an economic powerhouse as well as a spiritual one.

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