A hotel enriched by the world’s most cultural postcode

Located in the world’s most cultural postcode and sitting amongst cultural icons such as the Tate Modern, Southbank and Borough Market, The Dixon is a hotel infused by the vibrant art, music and theatre that makes up the unique fabric of SE1. Named after the original Edwardian architect John Dixon Butler the hotel dates from 1902 when it served as the Tower Bridge Magistrates Court. Its 193 rooms, suites, bars and restaurants enjoy an edgy, eclectic design and boutique vibe and many original features have been lovingly refurbished including the old police cells. The hotel exudes style and charisma, the welcome is warm, the cocktails cool and the food flavoursome. 

 
 
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Commissioned pieces from local artists, each aiming to capture a unique characteristic of Southwark
 
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Interiors designed to bring the old and new together in perfect harmony
 
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