Guy's Hospital Parking

Latest Guy's Hospital parking reviews
  • Parking on Borough High St, SE1

    The venue was easy to find. The car was kept safe.

    Amelie
  • Parking on Cornwall Road, SE1

    Looked at a number of places to park, this seemed the most secure and was very well priced. Bit doubious about leaving my car overnight in London given comments on some review sites. Found the car park quite easliy, attendant very helpful, gave us a ticket as barrier was not working. Returned next day in afternoon, showed the attendant the ticket & proof of prior payment. Car was all good, with no problems at all. Would strongly recommend this car park, as it has an attendant present 24 hours a day. Office is at the barriers, so can see all entrty and exits. Will definately use again.

    Beverley
  • Parking on Cole Street, SE1

    The space was easy to find and access. Really central location for borough high street. There was a homeless person sleeping in the car park, so not sure it gets patrolled.

    Andrew
  • Parking at Premier Inn London Tower Bridge, SE1

    Easy to park after working out the one way system.

    Patti
  • Parking at Premier Inn London Tower Bridge, SE1

    Excellent, will Definately use again

    Marcel
  • Parking on Cornwall Road, SE1

    Straight forward. made visiting London easy. (apart from traffic)

    Stefan
  • Parking at Premier Inn London Tower Bridge, SE1

    Plenty of empty spaces. Excellent location. Big tricky to navigate into and out of due to road restrictions such as one way and no entries around the area.

    F
  • Parking on Cornwall Road, SE1

    Good value, great location, friendly and helpful security staff.

    Kenny
  • Parking on Borough High St, SE1

    Easy to find. Spaces can be a bit tight if neighbouring cars not central within their space. Was visiting Guy’s hospital which was a 5 minute walk away. 5 minutes from London Bridge as well.

    Mark
  • Parking on Thrale Street, SE1

    Easy to find. £17 for 5 hours seems reasonable, but did not research any others. Would definitely recommend.

    John Patrick