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What you should know about Camden Town
Whether you're arranging a business trip or planning a vacation, it is much easier to find the best hotels in Camden Town, London with Hotels.com. Hotels.com has teamed with some of the most stylish and desirable hotels in the area, allowing you to find accommodation that perfectly fits your requirements. All accommodations in Camden Town featured on the Hotels.com website have been rated by previous guests, so you're able to book your stay with confidence. Choose the budget level or star rating that you want, and browse photographs that give you a clear and precise idea of just what your room might be like. A useful map of the hotel's location in Camden Town is also included, allowing you to work out the distance from the airport or station or from nearby attractions and sights.
What's Camden Town, London like?
Camden Town is just 2 miles north of Oxford Circus, and is one of the most vibrant and attractive areas of the capital. Camden is known for its many music venues and for Camden Lock Market, which is one of the city's biggest tourist attractions. The market is easy to reach from hotels in Camden Town, London and is spread out over several areas by the Grand Union Canal. Browse quirky craft shops and stalls or explore high street brands on the lower level of the Stables market. You'll find lots of bars and cafes along the canal, and barge trips are available from Camden Lock to Maida Vale. Children will be delighted to discover that a short walk up Parkway will take you to Regent's Park where you can try boating on the lake or visit London Zoo. Catch top rock bands in the Roundhouse, a listed historic building and one of Camden's most exciting venues, or see new comedy and music acts in local cafes and pubs.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in London
Camden Town is a vibrant area where visitors are welcome, and you'll meet friendly locals in its restaurants and bars. It's worth bearing in mind that the market is very busy at weekends, so there is an exit only policy at Camden Town underground station. If you'd like to venture further afield on those days you can take the tube from Chalk Farm, or jump on the 24, 29, or 134 buses from Camden Road to the West End. You'll find other useful tips at Hotels.com along with some of the best hotels in Camden Town, London.
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