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All amenities

Room amenities

  • Automatic wake up call
  • High speed transmission line (paying)
  • High-speed Internet in your room
  • Iron in room
  • Manual temperature control
  • Pay per view channel(s) (paying)
  • RJ 11 outlet
  • RJ 45 outlet
  • Safe deposit box in room
  • Satellite/cable colour TV
  • Web TV
  • WiFi in your room
  • Work desk in all rooms

Bathroom amenities

  • Accessible bathroom
  • Hair dryer in bathroom
  • Shower
  • Toilets


  • Audible smoke alarms in rooms
  • Deadbolts and/or locks in rooms
  • Emergency info in rooms
  • Keycard-operated door locks
  • Security peephole
  • Smoke alarm in room


Around the Hotel

Business stays

  • Company

    CANARY WARF&npsb;(5km / 3.11mi)
    FINANCIAL TIMES&npsb;(0.1km / 0.06mi)
    IBM&npsb;(0.8km / 0.5mi)
    OFCOM&npsb;(0.1km / 0.06mi)
    PWC&npsb;(0.5km / 0.31mi)
    RBS&npsb;(0.2km / 0.12mi)

Culture & Theatre

  • Museums

    NATIONAL GALLERY&npsb;(2km / 1.24mi)
    TATE MODERN&npsb;(0.4km / 0.25mi)

History & Nation heritage

  • Historic monument

    BUCKINGHAM PALACE&npsb;(4.5km / 2.8mi)
    HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT&npsb;(3km / 1.86mi)
    ST PAULS CATHEDRAL&npsb;(1km / 0.62mi)
    TOWER BRIDGE&npsb;(1.3km / 0.81mi)

Parks & Leisure

  • Aquarium

    LONDON AQUARIUM&npsb;(1.6km / 0.99mi)
  • Entertainment and theatre

    LONDON EYE&npsb;(1.5km / 0.93mi)
    SHAKESPEARE S GLOBE&npsb;(0.3km / 0.19mi)
  • Entertainment centre

    THE LONDON TOWER&npsb;(3km / 1.86mi)
  • Other attractions

    LONDON EYE&npsb;(1.5km / 0.93mi)
    VINOPOLIS&npsb;(0.2km / 0.12mi)

Tourist info

  • Special tourist area

    BOROUGH MARKET&npsb;(0.4km / 0.25mi)
    CANARY WHARF&npsb;(5km / 3.11mi)
    OXFORD STREET&npsb;(4km / 2.49mi)
    PICCADILLY CIRCUS&npsb;(3km / 1.86mi)


All hotel services

Offered Services
Paying Services


  • Bus/coach parking area


  • Bathroom doors 32 inches wide
  • Ramp access
  • Reduced mobility facilities
  • Wheelchair access


  • Connecting rooms available

Business Services

  • Fax machine
  • Internet connectivity
  • Safe deposit box at reception
  • WIFI in the communal areas
  • WiFi access
  • WiFi in your room


  • Private enclosed outdoor parking
  • Private outdoor parking


Customer Reviews

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Stayed here for one night on 31/3/18 . What a loverly hotel , modern and quirky . Very clean . All the staff were friendly and helpful . We were given a free upgrade to a suit on arrival which was a nice surprise too . Breakfast was substantial and had a good range of things to choose from .



Ibis Styles London Southwark is a wonderful place to stay in London: good location, decent-sized rooms, clean as a whistle, perfect soundproofing, varied breakfast, fun decor. And affordable when you can take advantage of one or the other special offer....



The hotel is funky and the room very comfortable and extremely quiet (we went for "The Works"). Breakfast was good and staff ok. However, everything was spoilt by our room not been cleaned or made up until after 2.30pm. We had been out of the hotel since 9.30am and had been pounding the streets of London so needed to rest and were very disappointed.

Peter R


My husband & I stayed here for 3 nights . A wonderfully comfortable room and lovely continental breakfast with cold meets , cheese , variety of bread, pastries , cereal, yoghurt etc. The staff were extremely helpful and welcoming. A brilliant location for sightseeing right by Borough Market . We had a fabulous time celebrating our wedding anniversary made special by staying in this lovely quirky hotel . We will return !!!



Very convenient hotel for many locations in London (South Bank, O2, City Airport etc etc). Borough Market is next door. This time the first room I was given was very cold, but the staff moved me to another, which was fine except for a blocked shower outlet. I'm sure that both of these problems have since been fixed (I've stayed here several times and never encountered this before). The one thing my friends and I find strange is the mobile table that fits over the bed - unless you are having breakfast - or dinner - in bed it's not very useful and simply gets in the way (when sharing a room last time, we had to wedge the thing between the two beds in order to move around the room).



I was rudely awoken at 5.45am on a Saturday morning to something that sounded like a road sweeper under the bed!!! It was so loud and relentless that I phoned reception to complain. They knew exactly what it was...I asked if I was next to the boiler they said "no, you are above the's the extractors!" What a racket. Thankfully they moved me to another part of the hotel by 6.10am. Saturday night was more quiet. The room was clean and the shower spacious. The breakfast area was clean but it could not cope with the volume of guests, waiting or sitting at coffee tables to eat breakfast was offered. Overall: rather disappointed

Robert C


Really a nice place to stay for business or personnal travel. Not far from London Bridge Station. Large, clean & pleasant room, comfortable. The staff is friendly and efficient. Price is affordable regarding the location.



I've stayed at this hotel on a couple of occasions, and not been disappointed. The location is good for Borough Market, the Tate, the Shard, and the general Bankside/London Bridge area. Staff are young, friendly and efficient, and appear to genuinely enjoy their jobs and providing good customer service. The style of the hotel is funky and cool, with a small bar, lobby, and decent-sized breakfast area. I've stayed in two rooms - one more basic, but with great views of the Shard, one a suite. Both had everything you needed - comfy beds, en-suite, tea and coffee etc. The suite was very spacious and pleasantly decorated. Breakfast is a buffet-style, continental only, so don't be yearning for your fry-up - you'll be disappointed! What there is is done well though, with a large selection of pastries, cereals, yoghurts, fruit etc. All in all, a solid, affordable option in a nice part of the city.



First time I have ever been disappointed by an Ibis. We stayed for 3 nights in November and on arrival were given a room for a disabled guest. All the bathroom fittings were too low for me (basin, shower, etc) and the storage was more limited. I wish I had know it was this kind of room before I took it...or asked to get it changed. The sink didn't smell very nice and when I reported this, nothing was done. It was a shame because this is a very nice hotel and I enjoyed the last time I stayed.



I was quite surprised about the short distances to a lot of interesting places in Central London I could walk. Public transport is also very near. It is an excellent starting point for exploring the city.



From the beginning until the end, our stay at the ibis London Southwark was perfect. The reason of our trip was to celebrate our anniversry, we told them that and they surprised us!! We found flowers (they were real btw), chocolate, a word from the team and they gave us a room with a view to the shard. I mean the hotel is very beautiful, very cosy decoration, nice breakfast, clean and well located, but the staff it's something else...all of them were very nice to us. I recomed this hotel 101%, you won't regret. Thank you very much to all and keep going the good job your doing



Another excellent stay at this great little budget hotel. The young staff are exceptionally helpful and keen to please which is lovely. Rooms are clean, have everything you need and are pretty funky too! Superb location and an impressive inclusive breakfast too. Why pay more? Our new favourite!



Initially I was pleased walking into the lobby which is quite nice but with no check in desk and no uniformed members of staff it quickly became confusing of how to check in. Once I did, I went up to my room which the room was ok, it was mostly clean however all around the window was covered in mould. The air con was very noisy, which would be fine if it was effective in cooling the room but it wasn't. The layout of the room wasnt ideal either, I know its London so space is at a premium, however for example the laptop safe in the wardrobe would be great but the wardrobe door hits the built in bedside table so you cant open the door enough to get a laptop in. The part of the room that really fell down was the bathroom, it was terrible! It looked like it was from the 80s and was really dirty. The shower cubicle had loads of mould in there and the shower head was too low for me to used without ducking and I'm not even 6 foot. Honestly it was the worst hotel bathroom I've used, any worse and I wouldn't have stayed in the room. Breakfast was another disappointment, it's a bit unusual to have a continental breakfast in the uk and there wasn't enough tables for everyone. I raised the issue to who I think was the manager on checkout but all she said was that they had renovated the rooms and not the bathrooms. Realistically I should have realised this as on their website they don't show pictures of the bathrooms. The location was pretty good in fairness very close to millennium bridge. Overall, I don't see the point of staying here and I won't be again as in London there are so many hotels to choose from and this one doesn't have any redeeming factors Nextdoor is the Novotel, which is the same group, similar price and I think it has updated bathrooms so probably worth staying there,



staff friendly, hotel good but the room I stayed in was awfully noisy. Some sort of a motor running in a cupboard in the stairwell next to the room kept running all night, and was louder than the aircon unit that was actually in the room.



I love visiting London and staying at Ibis Styles Southwark Rose was a fantastic experience. The location is great, close to bridges, buses, tube stations. The staff was very accommodating and helped whenever possible. The free breakfast was outstanding with all types of meats, cheeses, cereals, pastries, coffees, etc. Overall I had a great stay here and I would definitely recommend this hotel to others.

Lisa S


I loved the hotel, it was in a great location, it was artsy and funky and fun, easy to get in and out of. The breakfast was great and the rooms were nice. My only complaint was the bed, my bed was hard as a rock and the pillows were lumpy and awful. Otherwise it was a great hotel and great staff.



Modern, trendy hotel in good location close to Borough Market and easy access to central London. Decor is great with many interesting features and furniture/fittings. Very friendly staff all round and check in and out was friendly and efficiient. Room was great with modern decor/features. Comfortable and clean. Look forward to my next visit.



Good hotel in a good spot! Situated in Southwark where London is happening and with central London just across the Southwark bridge. Very nice and helpfull staff. Decent breakfast.Good extra services.



The hotel and staff were welcoming and helpful. It was clean, quiet and the room was spacious. Location was great, breakfast was generous, just not quite as delicious at the Ibis at Blackfriars, no butter and none of the fabulous cooked chorizo/smashed avocado. Efficient service. Would definitely recommend. Pretty good value considering proximity to Borough market, Southbank, St Pauls etc.



Excellent hotel in a very good location. The rooms are very quiet, and the curtains cut out most outside light. Breakfast was included in our booking, and provided a good selection of juice, fresh fruit salad, cereals, cold meats, cheeses, hard-boiled eggs, yoghurt, pastries, and unlimited tea and coffee. The rooms are rather small for the very large beds, but adequate and well equipped. The staff are extremely helpful, and coped very well with the emergency on 3 June 2017. It would be useful to have an additional waste basket in the main room (the one in the bathroom is rather small). The air conditioning (we needed the cooling setting) seemed to work when we arrived, but after the 2nd day didn't cool adequately, which made sleeping uncomfortable. I found the pillows rather hard.


Hotel design


White brickwork walls and black wood flooring create a strong theatre aesthetic. Rigging and ropes hang playfully from the bar's ceiling and big metal prop trunks provide a place to rest pints. There's a playful feel, like the oversized wingback armchairs and a welcome desk made of showbiz lighting. Bedroom designs are all inspired by iconic shows. One's set in Chicago, with art deco detailing and bowler hat lampshades. A second is themed around a land of rainbows and ruby slippers, with witchy green coloured seating. Finally, the suites are perfect for musical masked phantoms, with red flower motifs across the carpets and a large baroque mirror .

Our designer has taken inspiration from London's West End musical showstoppers. The spectacle starts with the outside lights of theatreland. Then, as red velvet curtains gently rise, the magic begins. Suddenly you could be anywhere at all - taken there by a cast of actors, a well-tuned chorus, a few perfect props, and a well-penned score. A night at the theatre stays with you long after the curtain comes down.

"Enjoy your moment in the limelight as you arrive to our spot-lit welcome area, then exit stage right for a drink in our backstage themed bar area. During the interval," read last night's reviews as you relax into one of our tall wingback armchairs, then head up the road and catch a matinee. For each day's grand finale, settle into one of our show-stopping bedrooms. Step into a world of witches, wizards and yellow brick roads; or walk through the rip-roaring reds and velvets of 1920s cabaret. Get a good night's sleep - the show must go on, after all.


Ibis Styles

ibis Styles London Southwark - near Borough Market



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