The Intercontinental O2 is a new luxury hotel located in historic Royal Greenwich on the vibrant Greenwich Peninsula. Situated only 400m from North Greenwich Tube Station on the Jubilee Line and only a 5 minute walk from Greenwich Pier, the Intercontinental O2 Hotel is perfectly connected to London’s West End. It can be reached in less than 30 minutes from Paddington, Euston and King's Cross St. Pancras International.
1 Waterview Drive
London is the best connected City in the World. You can reach London in less time from more places than any other destination.
London City Airport is on the DLR. Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted have Express rail services into Paddington, Victoria and Liverpool Street. Catch the tube or bus from your station.
The Eurostar stops at St. Pancras station, very close to Kings Cross. Catch the tube or bus from there.
Getting here by tube
North Greenwich station is on the Jubilee Line in Zones 2 and 3. And it’s right on our doorstep.
Get here from Central London in 30 minutes. Or Stratford in 10 minutes.
Directions from North Greenwich station:
- at the top of the escalator, turn left and leave via the 02 exit
- once outside, turn left and you will see a large InterContinental sign. Follow the path to the roundabout
- once you have reached the roundabout take the furthest road (second road on the right)
- follow the path to the end, turn right and you will see the sign for the Arora Ballroom
Getting here by bus
Get on the 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472 or 486. They all stop at North Greenwich station.
Visitors can get the 188 bus (24 hour) direct to/from Waterloo.
Night buses from North Greenwich Station: 108 to Stratford or Lewisham, 188 to Russell Square, 472 to Thamesmead.
Remember that you can no longer pay with cash on buses.
Getting here by rail
Charlton mainline station is closest to The O2. Catch a 161, 472, or 486 bus to North Greenwich station from there.
Plan your journey at southeasternrailway.co.uk.
Getting here by road
Inside the M25 and outside the Congestion Zone. The O2 is signposted from the M25, the A2 and A20 (from the South East), and the M11 (from the North).
Use our postcode for route planners. And if you need a junction, use Millennium Way or Edmund Halley Way. Plan your journey with the AA.