The Dixon is a London Bridge hotel located in the beating heart of London's SE1, a vibrant neighbourhood filled with art, theatre, and culture.
Whether you are looking to take in the sights, socialise with friends or colleagues, sample some of SE1's finest eateries, or you are after a refreshing cocktail to finish off a busy day, the London Bridge area has something for everyone.
Take in a newly commissioned production at Bridge Theatre, or catch a timeless classic at the world-famous Old Vic. Experience amazing street food at The Old Union Yard Arches. Spend hours rummaging through local antiques and sipping cocktails at the gloriously unique Lassco Ropewalk or at Maltby Street Market.
The Dixon’s very own hotel cultural committee have carefully selected the best hotspots in the central London Bridge area and SE1 and have special access available to all guests. To find out more information about your hotel stay, contact the hotel concierge.
With an eclectic mix of food markets, casual dining, and tasty food, you will find your hotel stay in SE1 a culinary destination like nowhere else.
Want pasta and a glass or two of Italian red? Look no further than Padella. Or how about stunning steak at Hawksmoor? Discover the finest produce at Borough Market, like fresh fish from the Sussex coast and vegetables from the fields of Lincolnshire. At weekends, discover a world of mouth-watering street food at local favourite, Maltby St Market.
Whatever your foodie's heart desires, you'll find it in this delicious corner of the capital.
When it comes to staying hydrated, the streets of SE1 has it covered. Packed with an array of the very best drinking establishments.
Why not sample some of London’s most quirky cocktails at The Bermondsey Arts Club? Visit one of London’s most established gin distilleries at Jensen’s in Bermondsey. For a broader range of spirits, be sure to visit the East London Liquor Company at Borough Market.
After a traditional London pub experience? Try The Mayflower on Rotherhithe Street. It's the oldest pub on the Thames – history (and ale) doesn't come much richer.
All this and much more awaits in the riverside hangouts and backstreet bars of the neighbourhood and SE1.