Best London-Spitalfields holiday apartments
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One Commercial Street ApartmentSet in the centre of London, within 1.4 km of Tower of London and 1.5 km of Tower Bridge, One Commercial Street Apartment is an accommodation offering city views. It is situated less than 1 km from Brick Lane and features free WiFi plus a 24-hour front desk.Book now
Qbic Hotel London CityQbic Hotel is situated in the City of London within 5 minutes’ walk of Aldgate East and Aldgate Tube stations with connections to the Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, and Metropolitan lines. Free high-speed WiFi is available throughout the hotel.Book now
3 Bedroom House in the Heart of Shoreditch3 Bedroom House in the Heart of Shoreditch in London features accommodation with free WiFi, 300 metres from Brick Lane, 2.3 km from Sky Garden and 2.4 km from Tower Bridge. This apartment is 3.1 km from Borough Market and 3.1 km from London Bridge.Book now
Brick Lane Guest HouseFeaturing a garden, Brick Lane Guest House is set in London in the Greater London region, 200 metres from Brick Lane and 2.2 km from Sky Garden. The property is located 2.6 km from Tower of London, 2.6 km from Tower Bridge and 2.8 km from St Paul's Cathedral. The accommodation offers a shared kitchen and free WiFi throughout the property.Book now
City Budget GuesthouseCity Budget Guesthouse features accommodation with free WiFi in London, in a prime location 1.2 km from Brick Lane and 1.8 km from Sky Garden. The property is situated 2.2 km from Tower Bridge and 2.3 km from Tower of London. The property is set in the Tower Hamlets district.Book now
Spitalfields is one of the oldest and most traditional districts in the east of London. You can experience the cultural diversity of the English capital very closely with an apartment in Spitalfields, London, because the quarter is characterised by a large immigrant community, especially from Bangladesh and other South Asian countries. In the eastern part of Spitalfields, Brick Lane is the city’s most famous address for Bangladeshi cuisine; many of the restaurants located here are known throughout London. At the same time Spitalfields is home to the Old Spitalfields Market, one of the city’s most famous markets, the Old Spitalfields Market, which has been firmly established on Brushfield Street since the 17th century. In the Victorian Market Hall you’ll find fresh groceries, restaurants and cafes as well as a diverse selection of boutiques, designer shops and many other original shops. Book your private holiday home in Spitalfields (London) now and discover the countless street markets and small shops in this historic part of town or enjoy your evenings in the pubs and clubs around trendy Brick Lane.
Apartments in Spitalfields (London), the historic working-class neighbourhood in eastern London
The name Spitalfields dates back to the Middle Ages, when a monastery with an associated hospital, the St. Mary Hospital, was founded in today’s Spitalfields. The place name “hospital fields” was shortened to Spitalfields and still refers to the area of the former hospital grounds on central Commercial Street. In the 19th century, the area around your private accommodation in Spitalfields, London, was disreputable as a slum area where, as in neighbouring Whitechapel, the legendary serial killer Jack the Ripper was at large. The historic district market, the proximity to the trendy Brick Lane and the lively art scene of the district make Spitalfields an attractive residential area that attracts young Londoners in particular. With an apartment in Spitalfields (London) you can discover this multicultural and vibrant part of the city among the residents without having to restrict your privacy, as would be the case with couchsurfing in Spitalfields, London. Use your private holiday home in Spitalfields, London, to visit the Whitechapel Art Gallery, which has been providing an insight into Spitalfields’ important art scene for over a hundred years. The Christ Church, built in 1729, also bears witness to the long history of this eastern part of the city and is today one of the most magnificent churches in London.
Private Holiday Apartments in Spitalfields, London: Tips
Many of the hippest addresses in the east of the city are within walking distance of your apartment in Spitalfields, London. Around Brick Lane you’ll find a variety of vintage shops, galleries and creative shops, as well as first class Bangladeshi restaurants, and the Old Truman Brewery offers a wide range of shops and stalls, artists, DJs and designers, as well as its own Vibe Bar, set in a historic setting. Liverpool Street Station, one of London’s most important railway stations, is located in the immediate vicinity of your Apartment in London with connections to the entire East of England. The station is also directly connected to the city centre via Liverpool Street underground station. Find out more about Apartments in Whitechapel, London, and discover this multicultural art district south of Spitalfields.
Latest reviews for places in London-Spitalfields
Excellent location for a trip to London! The apartment is located in the hippster quarter Shorditch, not far away from Brick Lane - a street with a lot of bars and restaurants where young people come together. London Tower Bridge can be reached by walk. The apartment is beautifully decorated and clean. Very good value for money and can be highly recommended!Verena reviewed NOT BOOKABLE | APARTMENT BRICK LANE-SHOREDITCH-FL33 in Spitalfields
all ok.christian reviewed BRICK LANE, LIVERPOOL STREET, CK5 in Spitalfields
Kaz took care for everything in advance, so it was no problem finding the place, getting the keys and such. Yet, trying to figure out something per mail while being there didn't work. All in all, you get a really good deal if you're practical and self-sufficient.Franziska reviewed ROOM IN SHOREDITCH, BRICK LANE, HF3 in Spitalfields
the rooms was perfect also the location.Luis reviewed BRICK LANE, LIVERPOOL STREET, CK1 in Spitalfields