How do I get there?

  • Travelling to the venue

    The Summit will be taking place at the 5-Star Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, London, E1 8GP on 24 and 25 October 2018.

    The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel is situated a short walk from Tower Hill tube station and Tower Gateway rail station, providing optimum accessibility to the Square Mile and London’s renowned financial district.

    The venue is located in the perfect place for our international delegates to make the most of their stay and explore the best the city has to offer.

    Find out about the venue

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  • Travel by Air

    No matter where you are located, London has excellent transport links by air, rail and road and is easy to navigate.

    The main airports in London are Heathrow (LHR) and Gatwick (LGW) and can be flown to from many different worldwide locations.

    London Heathrow

    London Gatwick

    Other London airports include:

    London Stansted

    London City

  • Travel by Train

    You can easily reach London by train. The two main train stations are London Waterloo and King's Cross St Pancras.

    London Waterloo

    Underground
    Take the Northern line to Tottenham Court Road, the journey should take you about 10 minutes. Then it’s less than 5 minutes to the hotel.

    Taxi
    Hail a classic London Black Cab, the journey will take you about 20 minutes and can cost you anything from £8 to £20, depending on traffic.

    King’s Cross St Pancras

    Underground
    Take the Piccadilly line to Holborn, the journey should take you 15 minutes. It is a 10 minute walk to the hotel.

    Taxi
    Catch a classic London Black Cab directly to the hotel. The journey will cost you from £6 - £10 and will take between 10-15 minutes.

    Euston Station

    Underground
    Take the Northern line directly to Tottenham Court Road. The journey should take you about 9 minutes and the hotel is less than 5 minutes by foot.

    Taxi
    Hail a Black Cab directly to the hotel, the journey will take approximately 6-10 minutes depending on traffic and will cost you from £5 to £15.

  • Travel by Taxi

    The easiest way to reach The Bloomsbury Hotel from the airport is by taxi and the driver should drop you off at the entrance. 

    Heathrow Airport: the airport is about 31 km away which takes 50 minutes by taxi and should cost from £110-£120. Pre-booked taxi charges vary from £35 to £60.

    Pre-book a taxi

    Gatwick Airport: the airport  is about 40km away which takes an 1 hour and 40 minutes by taxi and should cost from £111 to £140.

    Book a taxi

    Stansted: the airport is about 57km from the hotel. The journey will take you just over an hour and cost you from £140 - £160.

    Book a taxi

    London City Airport: Catch a Black Cab directly to the hotel. The journey will cost you from £24 - £149 and will take you about 45 minutes, depending on the traffic.

    Book a taxi

  • Transport around London

    Getting around London couldn’t be easier with the Visitor Oyster card. It is your all-purpose ticket for travel on all public transport including the underground, buses, DLR and trains.

    More information/purchase your Oyster card

    London Underground (Tube) Map

  • Travel by Car

    The Bloomsbury Hotel is easily accessible by car. London is very well connected to the main motorways:
    M1, M2, M3, M4, M11, M20, M23, M25 and M40
    Hotel Postcode: WC1B 3NN
    GPS: 51.5173, -0.129355

    Plan your route by car

    Parking:

    The closest car park to the hotel is Quick Parking Ltd near Tottenham Court Road. This is an underground car park and charges range from £2 for 30 minutes to £38 for 24 hours.

    Address: 112 Great Russell Street, Adeline Place, London, WC1B 3AJ

    For other options, you can search for car parks operated by NCP. Some can be booked in advance, whilst at others you are able to pay onsite. Charges range from £4 for 30 minutes to £45 for 24 hours.

    Find a car park


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