About this apartment
- 24/7 guest support
- Professionally cleaned
- Hotel-quality bed linen and towels
- 24/7 check-in as there is a lockbox with the keys
- Fully equipped
- Fridge / Freezer
- Washing machine
-Comfy Double Bed
- Sky TV
- Hotel quality towels
Guests will have access to the entire property during their stay.
My support team will be available via message or telephone during your stay.
In Shoreditch, empty walls are future murals. The neighborhood’s industrial warehouses and dingy side streets offer plenty of potential space waiting to be reimagined. Old brick warehouses have transformed into interactive art galleries, and countless buildings have served as Banksy’s canvases. Shoreditch’s appeal as a creative playground stems (at least, in part) from an urban, gritty underbelly, but clean-cut treasures aren’t in short supply—Shoreditch’s design sensibilities also influence its trendy pubs and cafes.
A triangle of influences have made Shoreditch into one of London’s most distinctive and unusual areas. To the East, Bangla-town and Brick Lane – London’s celebrated curry mile – are a riot of smells and colours from the Indian subcontinent. In the West, the looming towers of Liverpool Street and the City represent the world’s most concentrated area of money-making talent, where a number of sophisticated business hotels have sprung up. And right in the middle of it all is Spitalfields market, a citadel of the working classes and home of the cockney music hall tradition. The result is an area where trendy bars sit next to cut-price Bangladeshi restaurants, where artists and fashionistas from Hackney and Shoreditch make their own clothes with fabrics from sari shops, and traditional cockney butchers share space with exclusive delicatessens.
As well as its great restaurants, Shoreditch is famous for its street food. Brick Lane, home of much-loved bagel institution Beigel Bake, hosts a huge market every Sunday offering global street food from Canadian poutine to Thai delicacies. On top of their outdoor eateries, there are also enclosed market areas on and around the famous street, from Backyard Market to Sunday Upmarket. Another favourite is Pump Street Food Market, located in an old petrol station.
Shoreditch is incredibly well-connected. Hoxton, Haggerston and Shoreditch High Street stations are all part of the Overground network while Old Street and Liverpool Street also serve the neighbourhood and are only five minutes away from Kings Cross and nine minutes from Oxford Circus.
Westminster – 32 minutes tube ride
Bank – 11 minutes tube ride
Canary Wharf – 27 minutes tube ride
Heathrow Airport – 60 minutes tube ride