Also in the area is the Grange City Hotel, located opposite Trinity House in Coopers Row and with many of its 307 guest bedrooms offering views of the historic Tower of London and Tower Bridge, along with the Shard for modern contrast. For those who love their history and archaeology the hotel site also features the largest remaining undamaged piece of London’s Roman Wall, a 30-metre run that was 9 ft thick at the base and 20 ft high when built around AD 200. Today the top half is a section that was added in Medieval times.
Ladies are especially catered for here with a number of the Executive rooms designated female-friendly and incorporating a backlit make up mirror, extra shelving, long-corded hairdryer in bathroom with sunken bath, variable height shower and range of bathroom toiletries and beauty products. For security and peace of mind there are personal doorbells, chain locks and spyholes on the doors. Other Executive rooms are designated as Club rooms, giving express check-in and 24-hour access to the Business Lounge, with complimentary food and drink items. Also available are five exclusive top floor suites, with large separate lounge and sleeping areas and a kitchen, and the Presidential Suite, large enough to be used for meetings of 30 and private dining.
For larger events there is the Auditorium which can accommodate 500 theatre style and divides into two, the Beauchamp for 100, also divisible, the Crown for 120 and the Wakefield suite for 40 which divides into four rooms for 6 boardroom. All rooms are on the first floor, have natural daylight and come equipped with flat-screen LED monitors, WiFi and digital projectors.
The Grange City also boasts a private health and fitness club with a 25-metre swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room, large gym and Ajala Spa with treatment rooms. Golf players can enjoy the on-site virtual golf facility.