Discover London Greenwich when staying at our new Radisson RED Hotel

Book with Radisson Red, London Greenwich The O2, and find yourself in a part of London that is known for its maritime history. Famous for its importation trade, Greenwich is where tea made its notable arrival to England's capital. Visit Cutty Sark and the National Maritime Museum, and don't miss a tour of the Queen's Home.

Known as 'Isle of Dogs' / Docklands, this part of London offers visitors a plethora of young and urban bars and restaurants. It is also the home of the O2 Area, the UK's top venue for concerts, shows, and entertainment, plus a range of shopping opportunities.

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Royal Observatory Greenwich

1.17 mi / 1.88 km from the hotel
Visit the home of Greenwich Mean Time and the Prime Meridian at the Royal Observatory. Overlooking the Queen’s House and the National Maritime Museum, a visit here is a true journey through space and time.
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Greenwich Park

1.09 mi / 1.76 km from the hotel
Dating back to Roman times, Greenwich Park boasts stunning views of the Thames, ancient trees, and majestic sceneries spanning over 180 acres.
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O2 Arena

0.61 mi / 0.98 km from the hotel
Around 15 minutes from central London, visit the British capital’s leading concert and events venue, home also to a handful of restaurants, bars, and exciting on-site attractions.
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Cutty Sark

1.03 mi / 1.66 km from the hotel
The Cutty Sark is known as the fastest tea clipper of its day, and it was also the last of its kind to be built. Walk along the decks of this merchant ship and discover the history of this 150-year-old landmark of London.

ExCel Centre

1.4 mi / 2.26 km from the hotel
The ExCel Centre is an exhibition and international convention center in East London. Located between Canary Wharf and London City Airport, this grand exhibition center hosts a variety of summits, conventions, concerts, and sporting events.

Queen's House

0.91 mi / 1.46 km from the hotel
The first Classical building in England, the Queen's House was designed by Inigo Jones in 1616 and it was fully completed in 1635. Visit the magnificent Great Hall and spiral staircase while you peruse the many paintings, sculptures, and ceramics. Today, this once royal residence is now home to an extraordinary collection of art.

Old Royal Naval College

0.91 mi / 1.46 km from the hotel
This historical building served as both a Royal Hospital and a Royal Naval College throughout its long history. However, today it's a cultural hot spot in Greenwich. Discover over 500 years of history in the spectacular Baroque Painted Hall and as you walk through the grand halls, chapel, and exhibits.

Greenwich Market

1.03 mi / 1.66 km from the hotel
Discover this lively market not too far from the River Thames. Enjoy an afternoon of exploring at this extensive market featuring up to 120 stalls and shops. Snack on something from one of the many delis, pubs, or food stalls and check out a multitude of art, antiques, and shops.

Greenwich Foot Tunnel

0.98 mi / 1.58 km from the hotel
Walk underwater in this underground pedestrian tunnel. Connecting Tower Hamlets to Greenwich by passing under the River Thames, this tunnel was once used by many workers to get to and from the London docks and shipping yard. The tunnel is still used by thousands of pedestrians each day.