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Mercure London Greenwich London
Mercure London Greenwich
London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel   from £52 27% off
Catherine Grove, SE10 8FR | 19 minutes walk in SE8
The Mercure London Greenwich is a business-friendly hotel that is situated nearby to Canary Wharf, Excel Exhibition Centre and transport links to central London. It is More
 
 
 
Novotel London Greenwich London
Novotel London Greenwich
London > Hotels > Luxury Chain Hotel   from £58 25% off
173-185 Greenwich High Road, SE10 8JA | 19 minutes walk in SE8
One of the best in this popular chain, the Novotel Greenwich's lovely position at the heart of Maritime Greenwich is only half its appeal. The restaurant More
 
 
 
ibis London Greenwich London
ibis London Greenwich
London > Hotels > Budget Chain Hotel   from £42 35% off
30 Stockwell Street, SE10 9JM | 21 minutes walk in SE8
For two centuries, maritime Greenwich was the heart of a naval empire that ruled every sea in the world. Home of the international dateline, this area More
 
 
 

Hotels near SE8

Hotels in SE8

 
Home to Britain's largest Buddhist community, SE8's Deptford has been touted as "the new Shoreditch" by estate agents owing to its trendy arts and music scene and up-and-coming affordable property. Features include the Albany Theatre, the Laban Dance Centre, the local market and the Deptford Project, while St Paul's, Deptford, is one of the finest Baroque churches in the country. Named after a ford of the River Ravensbourne, Deptford used to be a major shipbuilding centre but the area experienced economic decline in the 20th century with the closing of the docks, and the damage caused by the bombing during World War II. The Elizabethan playwright Christopher Marlowe was killed during an alleged drunken brawl in Deptford in 1593. It's worth noting that on the pillars of the gates of St Nicholas Church in Deptford are two skulls and crossbones. These inspired parishioner Captain Henry Morgan, the renowned privateer, to use them as his ensign, and soon pirates the world over duly followed suit. More

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