• LOCATION

The Bryson Hotel offers 4-star accommodation in the heart of London.

Just a five-minute walk from both Farringdon and Chancery Lane stations, The Bryson Hotel stands in vibrant Clerkenwell, a thriving and modern neighbourhood ­– the centre of the city’s design and creative industries – that’s also one of the oldest areas of the city, a witness to centuries of London life.

The excellent transport links provide direct access to the City of London via Moorgate(12 minutes), Bank (15 minutes) and Liverpool Street (15 minutes), with connections to take you further east to Canary Wharf and the Docklands.

Popular attractions, such as St Paul’s Cathedral, the British Museum and trendy Shoreditch are all within a 20-minute walk, while shoppers will delight in the Underground links to Oxford Circus (15 minutes), Bond Street (17 minutes) and Knightsbridge (25 minutes). To combine history, culture and refreshment all in one place, it’s easy to reach Covent Garden’smarkets, theatres, shops and restaurants on foot.

In the immediate area, the Bryson Hotel is opposite Hatton Garden – London’s jewellery quarter and the centre of the UK diamond trade. Within a 10-minute walk are a number of renowned restaurants including the Drunken Butler, the Hix Oyster & Chop House and the Michelin-starred Club Gascon, as well as a host of other places to eat and drink, including some of the oldest establishments in London, such as the historic Ye Old Mitre Tavern, dating back to 1546.

TRANSPORT

The Hotel is strategically located within a 20 minutes ratio from many important locations.

There is a very extended and accurate transport network to either reach the Hotel, visit London or make your way to work. Our Front Desk team will be always happy to help you with direction in case

SHOPPING

Shopping season is 365 days a year! Oxford Circus and Regent street are only 15 minutes away and there is either direct public bus (line 55) or underground line (Central Line from Chancery Lane).

The closest shopping centres are both on the same underground line (Central Line) on Stratford and Shepard’s Bush.

Hatton Garden is just few steps away from The Bryson if what you are looking for is doing some jewellery shopping.

SHOPPING

Shopping season is 365 days a year! Oxford Circus and Regent street are only 15 minutes away and there is either direct public bus (line 55) or underground line (Central Line from Chancery Lane).

The closest shopping centres are both on the same underground line (Central Line) on Stratford and Shepard’s Bush.

Hatton Garden is just few steps away from The Bryson if what you are looking for is doing some jewellery shopping.

FOOD & DRINK

The Bryson Hotel has its own Bar and snacks menu, but there are plenty of options around us.

Exmouth Market, within only 5 minutes walk, offers a full range of worldwide restaurants for all tastes.

Leather Lane, known for its Street food market, is right opposite to us and only with its smells can take you to exotic places such as Thailand, China or South America.

ENTERTAINMENT

In the core of London, The Bryson is surrounded by a mix of history, art, trend and culture. The British Museum, one of the largest and most visited museums in the world is a short walk away. Its collection is considered o The Sadler’s Wells Theatre, a site in which entertainment goes right back to XVII century.

This is not forgetting the buzzing night life of the energetic Soho, about 15 minutes walking distance. Among them, the long-running Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, the Aint Nothin But – The Blues Bar and Club 49, will shake your night up.

Not far from us, a hub for urban subcultures, Shoreditch is famed for its graffiti and street art, which covers walls, doors, windows and street furniture. The trendsetters fill the clubs and bars that make the area as active in the night as it is in the day. The Blues Kitchen, an industrial space that offers areas for live blues music and dancing; The Cargo, named one the best clubs in Shoreditch with top notch live bands and DJ sets counts with the legendary street artist Bansky’s piece of art “Guard Dog”.

ENTERTAINMENT

In the core of London, The Bryson is surrounded by a mix of history, art, trend and culture. The British Museum, one of the largest and most visited museums in the world is a short walk away. Its collection is considered o The Sadler’s Wells Theatre, a site in which entertainment goes right back to XVII century.

This is not forgetting the buzzing night life of the energetic Soho, about 15 minutes walking distance. Among them, the long-running Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, the Aint Nothin But – The Blues Bar and Club 49, will shake your night up.

Not far from us, a hub for urban subcultures, Shoreditch is famed for its graffiti and street art, which covers walls, doors, windows and street furniture. The trendsetters fill the clubs and bars that make the area as active in the night as it is in the day. The Blues Kitchen, an industrial space that offers areas for live blues music and dancing; The Cargo, named one the best clubs in Shoreditch with top notch live bands and DJ sets counts with the legendary street artist Bansky’s piece of art “Guard Dog”.

SIGHTSEEING

If sightseeing is what you are looking for, we can proudly say our location is ideal!

Within 20 minutes ratio, you could visit: British Museum, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Tate Modern, Leicester Square… etc.

Our Front desk can help you arranging bus tours or giving you directions to the most iconic sightseeing point from the City.

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