Lincoln Plaza London, Curio Collection by Hilton
Address: 2 Lincoln Plaza, Canary Wharf, London, E14 9BD, United Kingdom

With socially-conscious rooms, restaurants, bars and a grocery store, this unique hotel offers a taste of London, but not as you know it. Whether visiting for business or leisure, Lincoln Plaza London is well connected by the Jubilee Line on the London Underground and the Docklands Light Railway network. Within easy reach via the DLR from South Quay Station is the O2 Arena, ExCel Exhibition Centre, Westfield Shopping Centre, and London City Airport. Central London with all it has to offer is just 15 minutes away on the Jubilee Line. Visit the iconic Houses of Parliament to see Big Ben, take in a West End Show, and see the sights from the London Eye.

Maps & Directions

From the Airports

City Airport

From London City Airport, take the Docklands Light Railway to Poplar station. Change at Poplar for a DLR train to South Quay station. Exit station and walk west on Marsh Wall then left on Millharbour. Arrive on the right after Lightermans.

Distance from Hotel: 5 mi.

Drive Time: 13 min.

Heathrow Airport

A4 / M4 J1-3 / A315 / A4 / A400 / A3211 / A1203 / A1206 / Westferry Road / Marsh Wall / Millharbour. Arrive at hotel on right after Lighterman's Road.

Distance from Hotel: 20 mi.

Drive Time: 68 min.

Gatwick Airport

Pier 4 N Rd/ Racecourse Rd / Northgate Rd / Gatwick Way / A23 / M23 J9-8 / M25 J3 / A20 / A2213 / A2 / A102 / A13 / A1206 / Marsh Wall/ Millharbour. Arrive at hotel on right after Lighterman's Road.

Distance from Hotel: 47 mi.

Drive Time: 65 min.

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