Vintry & Mercer is surrounded by London’s most iconic architectural treasures. From the roof terrace, guests can gaze at St. Paul’s Cathedral, designed by Christopher Wren. Not far from here is the Guildhall, a medieval treasure with an enormous Gothic Grand Hall. Runners can take the Thames Path — a route which tracks along the banks of the Thames, past many of the world’s most recognisable buildings. East leads to the Victorian-built Tower Bridge and the infamous Tower of London, prison to Guy Fawkes and Rudolf Hess. West passes by Big Ben, the London Eye, and the nation’s seat of power, the Houses of Parliament.
As a hotel near London’s financial district, Vintry & Mercer is also surrounded by some of the most iconic new structures in Europe. There’s The Shard — the tallest building in The UK — and 30 St Mary Axe, nicknamed ‘The Gherkin’. 20 Fenchurch Street, home to the landscaped ‘Sky Garden’, looks like it has blown sideways in the wind, with a gravity-defying, open-air terrace on the 35th floor. The Millennium Bridge runs across the Thames near the hotel, offering views up to St Paul’s Cathedral on the north bank, and down to Tate Modern on the south.
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