Hotels in Camberwell

Average price from £47

Hotels in Camberwell

An up-and-coming area of South London, Camberwell has many hotels that will help guests see the most of the English capital. The district of Camberwell, around 2.5 miles from Charing Cross, puts visitors near to famous London sights in the Borough of Southwark.

Camberwell hotels make for a 20- to 30-minute journey to central London, but the area has its own charms to entice visitors. Once a rural escape from the capital of London, Camberwell still offers parks and gardens, but maintains the same modern sophistication as the rest of the city.

Hotels near Camberwell
  • London Tower Bridge

    159 Tower Bridge Road Southwark London SE1 3LP
    (1.8 miles) Based on 2354 traveller reviews
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    £69.00
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  • London Southwark (Tate Modern)

    15A Great Suffolk Street Southwark London SE1 0FL
    (2.1 miles) Based on 1268 traveller reviews
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    £80.50
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  • London Southwark (Borough Market)

    Bankside 34 Park Street London SE1 9EF
    (2.2 miles) Based on 936 traveller reviews
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    £85.50
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  • London Greenwich

    43-81 Greenwich High Road Greenwich London SE10 8JL
    (3.1 miles) Based on 1348 traveller reviews
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    £46.50
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  • London Waterloo (Westminster Bridge)

    85 York Road Waterloo London SE1 7NJ
    (2.2 miles) Based on 2294 traveller reviews
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    £79.00
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Things to do in Camberwell

Visitors to hotels in Camberwell will have all the sights and experiences of central London at their disposal, but will also be able to see the best of the Camberwell district. With streets lined by well-preserved Georgian housing and a central green for relaxing, this district still gives a reprieve from central London attractions.

What's more, Camberwell has developed into its own entity within the city, and now has many cafes, restaurants and pubs that draw patrons from across the city. The Camberwell College of Arts means the area's a cultural hub as well, with the South London Gallery and House Café nearby.