STAY IN Apartment Hotels near Waterloo London
Waterloo Station is Britain’s largest and biggest station, full of commuters, holiday-goers, sightseers and tourists alike. Waterloo Station was opened in 1848 by the London and South Western Railway as part of extending the line two miles to be nearer the city.
From its early days the station was popular with Epsom race goers, with the original station opening in 1848 and being brought forward a week to enable passengers to travel to the Derby by rail for the first time.
Waterloo Underground is served by four tube lines: Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee and Waterloo & City, so it has excellent transport links across the city and beyond. You’ll find an abundance of shops and cafes at the station, including Accessorize, Carluccio’s and Lush to name a few.