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Threadneedles, Autograph Collection

5 Threadneedle Street · London, England EC2R 8AY United Kingdom

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Activities and Attractions

Occupying a former Victorian banking hall, Threadneedles, Autograph Collection is a discreet, boutique-style hotel, crowned by an elegant hand painted stained-glass dome - an unexpected find in the heart of London.


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Shopping

  • Royal Exchange - Ideal for last minute gifts and luxury shopping. Known as the father of English banking, wealthy merchant Sir Thomas Gresham established The Royal Exchange as London's first purpose-built centre for trading stocks. The Grade I-listed building was extensively remodelled by architects Aukett Fitzroy Robinson in 2001, and transformed into a luxury shopping and dining destination, now home to premium boutiques such as Hermes, Montblanc, Omega, Tiffany & Co. 0.1 miles
  • House of Fraser - Department store shopping for everything from women's and men's clothing to beauty products and furniture. 0.3 miles
  • One New Change - The only large shopping centre in London near St. Paul's Cathedral, here you'll find several restaurants, fashion clothing brands and a spectacular roof terrace overlooking the cathedral. Open daily to the public, the terrace is also site to a number of outdoor events ranging from yoga classes to free screenings of Wimbledon. 0.5 miles
  • Westfield Stratford - With 250 shops featuring everything from clothing and accessories to beauty and housewares, you'll also find 70 places to dine in Europe's largest shopping mall. World-class leisure facilities include a 17-screen cinema, gym, All Star Lanes (luxury bowling experience), a casino, kids' area and much more. 15 minutes by train
  • Oxford Street/Bond Street - The most visited shopping street in Europe, Oxford Street has more than 300 retailers from designer outlets to department stores. A mix of shopping, history, architecture, cuisine and deals make it a popular destination. 10 minutes by train

Local Markets

  • Leadenhall Market - A beautiful Victorian market with numerous independent and high street shops, offices and a wide variety of bars, pubs and restaurants. Some scenes in "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" were filmed here. 0.2 miles
  • Old Spitalfields Market - This iconic destination in Spitalfields, London has been the site of a market for over 350 years. Inside this covered market you'll find antiques, food and fashion, varying from distinct and quirky creations from up-and-coming designers to Bohemian, vintage and African designs. Boutiques feature everything from handcrafted wooden toys to today's must-have design items. 0.6 miles
  • Borough Market - One of the largest and oldest food markets in London, this gourmet market features more than 100 vendors. Producers from all over the country bring fresh produce including fish, meats, vegetables and fruits, wines, cheeses, breads, coffees and pastries. 0.7 miles

Places with a View

  • Sky Garden - Located in the Walkie-Talkie building, the Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street is a unique public space that spans three stories and offers uninterrupted 360-degree views across London. Designed to create an open and vibrant place of leisure, Sky Garden provides visitors a rare chance to experience London from a different viewpoint. Entry is free. There are several bars and restaurants. 0.4 miles
  • Madison - Located at the top of One New Change shopping mall, this award-winning rooftop terrace features breathtaking views of the London skyline. The restaurant is renowned for its hip atmosphere and spectacular views. Catch up with friends and colleagues while enjoying good food, drinks and music from in-house DJs and live acoustic trios. 0.5 miles
  • SUSHISAMBA - Located on the 38th and 39th floor of Heron Tower, SUSHISAMBA brings a unique blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine, culture, music and design to London. Occupying the highest outdoor dining terrace in Europe this restaurant features fabulous 360-degree city views and two panoramic glass elevators. 0.3 miles
  • Searcys at the Gherkin - Searcys occupies the 39th floor of 300 St Mary Axe, otherwise known as The Gherkin, and offers endless city views, every seat a window. Executive Chef Barry Tonks compiles seasonal menus with classic European dishes. You'll also find an international wine list and a wide range of cocktails. 0.3 miles
  • The Shard - London's highest and best view is situated at the top of The Shard, on floors 68, 69 and 72. At almost twice the height of any other viewing platform in the capital, it offers unparalleled 360-degree views for up to 40 miles. 1.3 miles

Attractions, Sites and Museums

  • Bank of England - Founded in 1694, the Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom. The bank features a free museum explaining its history and the bank's involvement at the center of today's economy. A variety of talks and presentations are offered to groups by appointment, otherwise the museum is open from 10am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. 0.2 miles
  • St. Paul's Cathedral - Situated near the River Thames and at London's highest point, St. Paul's Cathedral is one of capital's most iconic buildings and is one of London's most popular places of interest. Step inside and discover spectacular interiors, architectural design and breathtaking panoramic views across London. 0.6 miles
  • Tower of London - As one of the world's most famous fortresses, this landmark has seen service as a royal palace, prison, armoury and even a zoo. Situated in Central London, just a stone's throw from the River Thames, the Tower of London is one of the city's premier attractions. 0.8 miles
  • Tower Bridge - Constructed over 120 years ago, this bridge with its giant moveable roadways that lift for passing ships is still considered an engineering marvel. Beyond being one of London's favorite icons, it is arguably one of the most famous and instantly recognizable structures in the world. Visitors can also experience the new glass floor and spectacular panoramic views from the high-level walkways. 1.0 miles
  • Guildhall Galleries - Walk through Roman ruins and explore art, treasures and curiosities gathered over the centuries. Incredible historic experiences are unleashed through the Guildhall Art Gallery, Roman Amphitheatre, Guildhall Library and more. 0.3 miles
  • Shakespeare's Globe - Founded by the pioneering American actor and director Sam Wanamaker, this unique international resource is dedicated to the exploration of Shakespeare's work and the playhouse for which he wrote. Visitors from all over the world are invited to take part in workshops, lectures and staged readings; to visit the exhibition and tour the Globe Theatre, and to watch productions, ranging from original practices to world premieres. 0.8 miles
  • Billingsgate Roman House and Baths - Beneath the curious cobbled pathways of the Square Mile lies a piece of Roman history. Lower Thames Street is home to one of Roman London's most fascinating remains, the Billingsgate Roman Bathhouse. Now open for public inspection, you can gain insight into ancient London life through a 45-minute guided tour of the bathhouse remains that lie hidden beneath today's office buildings. 0.5 miles
  • Tate Modern - One of the largest museums of modern and contemporary art in the world, Tate Modern is home to Britain's national gallery. Based in the former Bankside Power Station, in the Bankside area of Southwark, Tate holds the national collection of British art from 1900 to the present day. 0.9 miles
  • St. Katharine Docks - Built on a site with over 1,000 years of history, this former commercial dock located opposite the Tower of London and Tower Bridge has been transformed into an elegant marina with offices, shops, restaurants and pubs. 1.0 miles
  • Museum of London - Step inside for an unforgettable journey through the capital's turbulent past. Then venture into the Galleries of Modern London where you can walk Victorian streets, take a stroll in recreated pleasure gardens and marvel at the magnificent Lord Mayor's Coach. 0.6 miles
  • The Monument - Take the 311 spiral steps that lead up to the public viewing platform for breathtaking views of London from 160 feet above ground. A permanent reminder of The Great Fire of 1666, The Monument commemorates one of the most significant events in London's history. 0.4 miles
  • The Barbican - Europe's largest multi-arts and conference venue presents a diverse range of art, music, theatre, dance, film and creative learning events. It is also home to the London Symphony Orchestra. 0.8 miles 
  • Shoreditch - A triangle of influences have made Shoreditch into one of London's most distinctive and unusual areas. The result is an area where trendy bars sit next to cut-price Bangladeshi restaurants, where artists from Hackney and Shoreditch make their own clothes with fabrics from sari shops and traditional cockney butchers share space with exclusive delicatessens.

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