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Holiday Inn Express London Excel London
Holiday Inn Express London Excel
London > Hotels > Budget Chain Hotel   from £58 22% off
1018 Dockside Road, E162FQ | 15 minutes walk in Woolwich
The Holiday Inn Express London - ExCeL offers simple, affordable accommodation that's ideally located if you're attending an exhibition or event at the exhibition centre. It's More
Crowne Plaza London Docklands London
Crowne Plaza London Docklands
London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel   from £91 34% off
Western Gateway, E16 1AL | 28 minutes walk in Woolwich
The Crowne Plaza Docklands is the main hotel for the giant ExCel Centre. It's a great place to stay if you're visiting a conference or exhibition, More
Good Hotel London London
Good Hotel London
London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel Royal Victoria Dock, E161FA | 29 minutes walk in Woolwich
Providing work for those who have previously struggled, the Good Hotel has earned its name. The striking hotel, which can be found floating at the historic More

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Hotels in Woolwich

This former naval hub near Greenwich declined significantly after the Second World War but is now undergoing something of a rebirth. Thought to be a former trading place for wool, Woolwich remained a small Kentish village until it became a leading military and industrial town, site of the Woolwich Dockyard, the Royal Arsenal, the Royal Military Academy and the Royal Horse Artillery. Arsenal FC - initially known as Dial Square - was founded in Woolwich back in 1886 before moving to Highbury in 1913. Woolwich was the location of the UK's first branch of McDonald's back in 1974. Landmarks include the Edwardian Baroque town hall, the 18th-century Dial Arch overlooking Dial Square, the impressive Royal Arsenal Co-operative Society building, complete with its Art Deco extension, and the now-closed Shakespeare Pub, famed for its monkey statue perched on the roof. There are two Thames crossing points in the area - a ferry and a foot tunnel. More

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