Best London-Silvertown holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in London-Silvertown
London City Airport HotelSituated 9 km from Olympic Stadium, London City Airport Hotel in London features a terrace and bar. Boasting a 24-hour front desk, this property also provides guests with a restaurant and free WiFi. O2 Arena is 9 km from the hotel.Book now
Aloft London ExcelLocated in London's Dockland area, this hotel boasts direct access to the Excel International Exhibition and Convention Centre. Offering sleek, stylish rooms with free WiFi, it also has a gym, pool and lively bar with music performances 3 times per month.Book now
Holiday Inn Express London - ExCelLocated in the heart of London's Docklands, this Holiday Inn Express is a 7-minute walk from the ExCel and a 1.1 miles from London City Airport. High-speed free WiFi is accessible throughout, and there are meeting facilities on site.Book now
The London district Silvertown is located in the district “London Borough of Newham” on the northern bank of the Thames. If you are looking for an Apartment in London and would like to stay in one of the historic districts, you should have a look at our site and our selection of apartments in Silvertown, London. There are many photos and descriptions to help you make your choice, and if you want to know how other guests liked the private apartments there, read the comments, and maybe they will help you make your decision. Our private accommodations are a great alternative to couchsurfing in Silvertown, London. Here you will find rooms and apartments that are available to private people at a reasonable price and which you can have all to yourself if you wish. It’s one of the most authentic ways to live like the locals and at the same time discover this fascinating big city on a budget. Of course we also offer holiday apartments in other parts of the city: For example, you can also find chic Apartments in Shoreditch, London. Let yourself be seduced by our portfolio and reserve your dream apartment in London right away.
In historical surroundings: Apartments in Silvertown, London
In 1852, Samuel W. Silver opened a rubber factory in this part of town, which was originally intended to produce waterproof clothing. Due to increasing demand in other areas, the company was able to establish itself so positively in the following years that at some point people simply started talking about Silvertown. Today, Silvertown is considered an important industrial district in the immediate vicinity of the famous Docklands. In order to additionally upgrade this district as a residential area, in the 1970s, residential buildings were erected and parks were created, for example the Beckton District Park or the Thames Barrier Park. If you want to go out in the evening, have a good meal and a cold beer, you should go towards Victoria Dock Road and further south to the Docklands, because there are many restaurants and pubs. Public transport also connects Silvertown with the city centre in the shortest possible way, allowing you to get from your apartment in Silvertown, London, to the city centre quickly without having to use a car.
Sights around the private holiday apartment in Silvertown, London
But there are not only interesting things to discover in the city centre, but also near your private accommodation in Silvertown, London. The Trinity Buoy Wharf on Orchard Place, originally part of the Docklands, has now been transformed into a meeting place for creative people: a colourful mix of cafés, bars, restaurants, numerous studios and exhibition facilities. Workshops are offered and interesting performances and installations invite you to watch and discuss, as does the Faraday Project, probably London’s smallest museum. If you would like to see one of the most famous historic ships, you should definitely go from your private holiday apartment in Silvertown, London, to King William Walk on the southern bank of the Thames, because here lies the Cutty Sark, the famous tea clipper, which was built in 1869 by order of John “Jock” Willis to bring delicious tea from China to England in the fastest way.