Best London-Camden holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in London-Camden
Treehouse Hotel LondonSituated in London and with Oxford Street reachable within less than 1 km, Treehouse Hotel London features express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi throughout the property and a bar. Each accommodation at the 4-star hotel has city views, and guests can enjoy access to a terrace. The accommodation offers a 24-hour front desk, room service and currency exchange for guests.Book now
York & AlbanyLess than 2 minutes’ walk from Regents Park and the lively Camden, Gordon Ramsay’s York & Albany includes a library, bar and restaurant. Originally a coaching house in the 1820’s, it is now decorated with a mixture of contemporary and period antiques.Book now
The Langham LondonLocated at the top of Regent Street, the prestigious Langham offers an award-winning glamorous bar, Artesian, and a stylish restaurant, Roux at the Landau. Free WiFi is available and Oxford Circus tube station is just a 5-minute walk away. Numerous shops, theatres and restaurants are situated in the local area.Book now
The Soho Studio - Modern & Central 2BDRThe Soho Studio - Modern & Central 2BDR in London provides accommodation with free WiFi, 1.5 km from Madame Tussauds, 1.5 km from Lord's Cricket Ground and 2.4 km from Regents Park. The property is 3.3 km from London Zoo and 3.6 km from Royal Albert Hall.Book now
The Level at Melia White HouseLocated in central London's Regent's Park area and 1.1 miles from London Zoo, The Level at Melia White House offers a unique and exclusive experience with a high-end status. Dating back to 1936, the Grade II listed property features a bar.Book now
The Beaumont HotelOffering a popular restaurant, spa and fitness centre, The Beaumont Hotel is set in the prestigious London district of Mayfair. The original building dates back to 1926 and features an iconic, 3-storey high sculpture by the award-winning Sir Antony Gormley.Book now
Apex Temple Court HotelJust off bustling Fleet Street, this luxury hotel is located in London’s historic Temple legal district. It boasts chic, stylish rooms with 40-inch TVs and Bluetooth Speakers, meeting rooms, an elegant restaurant, and a modern 24-hour gym for residents.Book now
Danubius Hotel Regents ParkOverlooking Lord's Cricket Ground and Regent's Park, The Danubius Regent’s Park boasts luxurious, modern rooms with LCD TVs. Guests can exercise in the 24-hour gym, or relax in the lounge bar. This 4-star hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of St John's Wood (0.5 miles), Marylebone (0.9 miles) and Baker Street (0.9 miles) Tube stations.Book now
There is nothing like a London market!
If you’re looking for your very own piece of distinctive art, a unique collectible item, then Camden Market is the place to search for it. The world famous Camden Market is a must see on your next visit to London and here are seven reasons why:
1. Vintage Clothing and Jewellery
If you’re looking for that inimitable style that will make you stand out from the crowd, then look no further than the vintage clothing shops and stalls at Camden Market. Coupled with the incomparable selection of jewellery you can find, you will undoubtedly be stepping out in style.
2. Street Art
Ever wondered how talented those people are that seem to create amazing things from virtually nothing? Well, if you travel by underground to Camden Town, as you stroll towards the market from the station, you will often see etchings of famous celebrities on the pavement in chalk by some very talented London artists, as well as other amazing art on walls in various parts of Camden.
3. Crafts and Gifts
Hand made goods from talented crafts people can be found in ample supply in Camden Market and one-off gifts for friends and family can be found around every corner.
4. Camden Lock
Arriving at the Lock, you will find yourself at the hub of one of the most lively markets in London, with stalls offering everything from clothes and music to art and culture, you will be literally spoilt for choice.
5. The Stables
The Stables Market has a rich history dating back to Victorian times. Cobbled paths and even more fabulous stalls await you here. The enormous, bronze horse sculptures, depicting history, are a sight not to be missed.
6. High Street Shops
If it’s something out of the ordinary you’re looking for, then the shops at Camden will blow you away as you walk towards the market itself. It will be difficult to pass them by with all their fabulous designs and superb window displays. Here you will find a glorious selection of shoes, leather bags, gifts and souvenirs.
Take a deep breath in as you walk towards the food stalls in Camden Market and inhale the delicious smells of the sumptuous food on offer.
There is food here to cater for every taste, which will leave you with one dilemma only – what to choose from the delights on offer in every direction.
Come to London and immerse yourself in the magic awaiting you in Camden Market. There is nowhere like it anywhere in the world – enjoy.
Latest reviews for places in London-Camden
The apartment is in a great location with easy access to Kings Cross and Caledonian stations. The Co-op grocery is super close and well stocked. The apartment is quiet and comfortable. Having a washing machine was a big help (a dryer would be nice but there is a large drying rack). We were very happy with our choice to stay here.Nora reviewed Designer Central London Home w/Wifi in Kings Cross
Last summer we rent this beautiful house in London. It was a fantastic holiday! The property is really near the centre of London and you can easily get the tube with a few minutes walk. The house is beautiful and we feel in love with the place and also the cat living there! Lovely garden, big couch, three comfortable bedrooms, everything was perfect! We were just a little bit dissapointed because there wasn't a shower and we are used to have it, but it was ok! Also lovely neighbors, Anne is such a sweet and lovable person! We really enjoyed our stay in London and we would love to come back this summer in this beautiful house! Thanks Alexander for having us, it was great! GiuliaGiulia reviewed Quiet Central London house in Kentishtown
Lovely place and had a great time. Felt like locals going to the tea place and shopping at the grocer. Had everything we needed to do dinner in.Beth reviewed Lovely period home in Hampstead in S Hampstead
Kirsten is lovely and gives you good advices on Camden town and London, according to what you want to do !Julie reviewed Big double bedroom in Camden Town in Camdentown
Her flat is quiet and in the same time near Camden town and all its bars, restaurants, markets, shops and facilities.
We'll recommand this address to our french friends !
Seb and Julie