A hotel deal in London. It sounds pretty mundane and samey, right? Think again. Today I’ve found a hotel deal for an overnight stay in London that will really blow all the others out of the water. How about an overnight stay in a luxury boat hotel! Not only that, but you’ll also get to travel to the hotel on a cable car and experience London’s sights and skyline without spending too much of your hard earned dough. This hotel stay is a little out of the ordinary, but you’ll certainly remember it for years to come.

Check out this luxury boat hotel!

The 4* Good Hotel (rated 4/5 on TripAdvisor) originated in Amsterdam, and it was soon brought to London after a year docked in the Dutch capital. It will stay in London for five years before floating on to its next destination, so be sure you visit before it’s moved on. The hotel is a redesigned platform, which is found on the waters of the River Thames by the Royal Victoria Docks. Once you’ve arrived, you’ll be treated to a delicious drink from the selection of drinks available, which you can enjoy either in the bar or on the rooftop terrace. Perfect for gazing out on the London skyline and deciding what your next move should be. Then, time to retreat to your room, which is bright and modern. It’s the ideal spot for your London staycation.

I found this luxury boat hotel on Groupon, so be sure that you’ve booked with them directly. Have a great time!

Book your stay here!


Luxury boat hotel
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