Luxury Serviced Apartments in
Aldgate

Part of the financial district of the City of London serviced apartments in Aldgate are surrounded by high-end retail outlets and independent shops, exclusive restaurants and bars and some of London’s most recognisable landmarks. The ideal base for anyone planning to explore London’s many popular attractions.

Where is Aldgate in London?

Aldgate is a small ward of the City of London located slightly inland from the northern banks of the River Thames and immediately north of the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, to the east of The City’s financial district.  

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Part of the financial district of the City of London serviced apartments in Aldgate are surrounded by high-end retail outlets and independent shops, exclusive restaurants and bars and some of London’s most recognisable landmarks. The ideal base for anyone planning to explore London’s many popular attractions.

Where is Aldgate in London?

Aldgate is a small ward of the City of London located slightly inland from the northern banks of the River Thames and immediately north of the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, to the east of The City’s financial district.  

As a general rule of thumb, it centres around Aldgate High Street and Aldgate tube station, but it is also serviced by Liverpool Street, Aldgate East, Monument and Tower Hill Underground stations as well as London Fenchurch Street and Liverpool Street train stations.

What is the appeal of staying in Aldgate?

Named after the eastern-most gate in the old London Wall, which connected the City of London to Whitechapel, Aldgate is actually part of The City area of London and dates back to Roman times. 

Close to the River Thames and immediately east of London’s most important financial district, it is the perfect location for anyone planning to explore the British capital. It’s not only surrounded by several of London’s most famous sights, but it’s also well connected to many others.

A centre for business, you can find boutiques, arcades, markets and restaurants catering to the taste of its workers, making it ideal for travellers wanting to experience a bustling and cosmopolitan London.

Things to do in Aldgate and The City

Part of the original walled city of Londinium in Roman times, Aldgate boasts an intriguing mixture of history and modern architecture. Around Tower Hill tube station you will find the largest remnants of the old city wall in the shadow of the Tower of London. Not far from there is St Katharine Cree Church, London’s last surviving Jacobean church, with its beautiful stained glass windows. And just behind it, you will see part of London’s iconic skyline in buildings such as The Gherkin (30 St Mary Axe) and The Walkie Talkie (20 Fenchurch Street). At the top of the latter is the Sky Garden, a beautiful tropical oasis with stunning panoramic views of London. 

Around the corner is Leadenhall Market, a Victorian indoor marketplace where you will find everything from clothes to accessories, nicely complemented by restaurants and bars to sustain you while you shop. And a little further towards Liverpool Street station is another Victorian arcade, the famous Old Spitalfields Market, where you can purchase the latest designer clothing and makeup as well as eat and drink in restaurants, bars and street food stalls.

And when you’ve experienced everything this area has to offer,  a quick ride on the Tube will take you to the iconic sights of Westminster, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben or the museum district in South Kensington.

Places to eat in Aldgate and The City

Filled with stylish eateries and trendy bars, anyone staying in the Aldgate and City areas would be spoiled for places to eat. You can quite easily just wander through one of the main streets and pick the restaurant that takes your fancy or visit the Sky Garden, Leadenhall Market or Old Spitalfields Market for any number of delicious cuisines.

First time staying in a London Apartment?

Serviced apartments are a flexible and versatile choice of accommodation. Not only will you have more space than in a hotel room, you will also enjoy a living and kitchen area, where you can cook meals, entertain friends and family or just relax. They allow you the freedom and flexibility to see the city at your own pace, choosing exactly when to go out or stay in.