The treasures to be found along South Bank

southbank river

Tourists in London will never run out of interesting things to see or do but there is one place that everyone goes. South Bank is home to a number of the city’s most iconic landmarks and attractions.

Whether you’re travelling to our Montcalm hotels London for a weekend break or you’re planning a family holiday, you won’t want to miss out on a stroll alongside the River Thames. Here are some of the great sights to be seen near our luxury South Bank hotels London.

SEA LIFE London Aquarium

Westminster Bridge Road, London

On your walk around South Bank, step inside the London Aquarium and take a trip to the depths of the ocean. As you make your way through the glass tunnels, you’ll find yourself surrounded by thousands of tropical fish and exotic marine life. Not only is the aquarium a place to see some of the most beautiful creatures in the world, it is also a great way to learn more about the world’s oceans which makes it a perfect place to spend the afternoon with the family if you’re bringing the kids to our Montcalm hotels London.

Southbank Centre

South Bank, London

If you’re looking for great entertainment during your stay at our South Bank hotels London, there’s no place better than the Southbank Centre. The iconic venue has become a pillar of the performing arts community in London by offering space to some of the world’s best performers. From magicians and dancers to singers and actors, the events calendar is packed full of excitement.

London Eye

Lambeth, London

See more of London and the River Thames by taking a ride on the city’s famous Ferris wheel. London Eye is one of the most popular attractions in the capital and is a must-see if you’ve never been to London before. As you float through the air in the giant glass bubbles, you’ll get a chance to see a different side of London and capture some great photos.

Big Ben

Westminster, London

Although this famous structure isn’t technically in South Bank, you can still get an incredible view of it from the edge of the river. In fact, South Bank is one of the best places to view Big Ben as you don’t have to contend with hundreds of tourists and you can get a brilliant wide-angle shot of it with your camera. Wait until the evening and the lights of Big Ben make it even more beautiful.


Charlie Chaplin Walk, London

If you’re a fan of going to the cinema or you’re planning to catch one of the latest releases during your time in London, there’s no place better to do it than the BFI IMAX. The huge cinema complex boasts the largest screen in the country and a sound system that will make you feel like you’re part of the film. This is an unmissable cinematic experience.