Best London-Cubitt Town holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in London-Cubitt Town
My Living Space Riverfront ApartmentSet in London, 6 km from O2 Arena, My Living Space Riverfront Apartment offers accommodation with a garden, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and a concierge service. The property was built in 2006 and features air-conditioned accommodation with a balcony.Book now
CANARY WHARF/DOCKLANDS/EXCEL SPACIOUS APT E14CANARY WHARF/DOCKLANDS/EXCEL SPACIOUS APT E14 has air-conditioned guest accommodation in London, 6 km from Tower of London, 6 km from Tower Bridge and 6 km from Sky Garden. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property and private parking is available on site.Book now
Canary Wharf - Luxury ApartmentsLocated in London, 5 km from Tower of London, Canary Wharf - Luxury Apartments provides accommodation with a restaurant, private parking, a garden and a terrace. All rooms feature a kitchen and a private bathroom. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, an ATM and currency exchange for guests.Book now
Lincoln Plaza London, Curio Collection By HiltonLocated in London, 350 metres from South Quay and with easy access by Tube to the O2 Arena, Lincoln Plaza London, Curio Collection By Hilton features a bar and free WiFi. The property is situated within a 20-minute DLR journey from both Greenwich Park and Bank.Book now
Corporate Waterfront ApartmentsSituated 5 km from Tower of London, Corporate Waterfront Apartments features accommodation with a restaurant, a fitness centre and a 24-hour front desk for your convenience. The apartment features both WiFi and private parking free of charge.Book now
Your private holiday apartment in Cubitt Town, London, takes you to a small peninsula surrounded by the River Thames: the Isle of Dogs. For a long time this was the centre of the British shipping industry. Its character as a working class district is still recognizable today, even though more and more modern office buildings are being built between the municipal residential buildings.
Explore the transformation of the city from your apartment in Cubitt Town, London
Cubitt Town is part of the district of Tower Hamlets. The image of the streets is primarily dominated by municipal housing, most of which was built from 1840 onwards and was intended to provide apartments for the numerous dock workers in Cubitt Town, London. When the large shipyards disappeared, the image of Cubitt Town also changed and numerous construction companies settled in the empty warehouses. Until today, Cubitt Town has remained a classic working class district, which despite its central location has very affordable apartments in London. One of the most striking buildings in Cubitt Town is The Space. The house was built in 1859 as a sacred building in the style of Pisa Cathedral and was owned by the Presbyterians as St. Paul’s Church. When the church was closed, the now empty hall fell into a kind of twilight sleep for a long time – until the government of London decided to convert the former church into an event centre. Today “The Space” is a centre for young theatre and independent film art. The green centre of Cubitt Town is the Worker’s Garden. It is located directly on Westferry Road and is dedicated to all those who make their living on the Isle of Dogs. A dignified memorial stone in the centre of the well-maintained complex, which is however only occasionally open to the public, commemorates this.
Traditional British cuisine near your private holiday apartment in Cubitt Town, London
For many visitors and workers, the morning in Cubitt Town begins with a visit to Taylor St. Barista’s, right at Harbour Exchange Square. It is one of the oldest cafés on the Isle of Dogs and impresses especially with its wide selection of homemade desserts. Especially recommendable: the fresh, often even still warm banana bread – many visitors interrupt their way to work or home only for this. More exotic delights are offered at Memsaheb on Thames (Amsterdam Road). Admittedly, the restaurant is not easy to find – perhaps one of the reasons why Memsaheb is still considered an insider tip. The restaurant serves classic Indian cuisine of the highest standard, which can also convince through the imaginative presentation of the dishes. Above all, you should try the numerous seafood dishes, which are refined with Indian spices to give them a surprising touch of their own. The meeting place for the inhabitants of Cubitt Town is The George in Glengall Grove. First of all: the cuisine at The George is not necessarily one of the culinary highlights – but that’s not so important either. This is where people meet to empty a pint or two after a long day at work with their friends and then return to their apartment in Cubitt Town, London. The guests are open-minded and talkative, so this is the best way for you to get in touch with the locals – and all this without couchsurfing in Cubitt Town, London. To get to know another side of the metropolis, you can also book private holiday apartments in Kensington, London Here you will find some of the most important educational centers of the city. An important centre for all monarchy enthusiasts is the Kensington Palace, which is still inhabited by some members of the British royal family.