Luxury Serviced Apartments in Canary Wharf

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pin Cambridge Heath | 3.8 miles from Canary Wharf
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£172

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pin Aldgate | 4 miles from Canary Wharf
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£165

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pin Aldgate | 4.1 miles from Canary Wharf
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pin Tower Hill | 4.3 miles from Canary Wharf
pin City | 4.4 miles from Canary Wharf
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£6,960

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pin City | 4.4 miles from Canary Wharf
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£384

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pin Russell Square | 4.4 miles from Canary Wharf
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£210

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pin Shoreditch | 4.4 miles from Canary Wharf
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£300

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pin Tower Hill | 4.4 miles from Canary Wharf

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Canary Wharf Guide

On the surface, Canary Wharf resembles London’s lively financial core - sleek, towering skyscrapers make up the dizzying skyline and busy city workers populate the entire area during weekdays. However, there’s much more to Canary Wharf than meets the eye. The area is steeped in history and, with a number of attractions on offer, there is always plenty going on - a key factor as to why we have a plethora of luxury serviced apartments in the area.

Why choose our luxury serviced apartments in Canary Wharf?

With just shy of 20 years’ experience in the market, here at Central London Apartments we have the knowledge and the expertise to help provide luxury serviced apartments in Canary Wharf. Our team of experts will go through every step of the process with you, helping put the cherry on top of your stay in London. Exuding class and grandeur, our serviced apartments in Canary Wharf offer both convenience and comfort for your London trip. All of our Canary Wharf apartments are situated in desirable areas, tucked away close to a range of amenities and an array of some of the district’s biggest sights and attractions.

What is a luxury serviced apartment?

An experience that no other form of accommodation can provide, Canary Wharf luxury apartments include some of the most luxurious interiors among our extensive portfolio. From ornate furnishings to decorative wall and table pieces, our serviced apartments in Canary Wharf are ideal for those who want to travel in style.

One of the reasons why the interiors of our luxury serviced apartments in Canary Wharf are so decadent is the amount of space that they provide. With large bay windows and stunning views across London, our spacious apartments are often full of light and are incredibly contemporary, fitting the bill for any luxurious trip to London.

With the inclusion of a fully equipped kitchen and a homely living area, our Canary Wharf apartments are perfect for either solo travel or a family visit. This is complemented by a wide array of bedroom options, ranging from studio apartments to 4 bedroom properties.

One benefit that a large proportion of our Canary Wharf apartments provide is access to an onsite pool, spa or fitness centre. This can be an excellent way of keeping up your daily routine and home comforts. 

What are the benefits of luxury serviced apartments in Canary Wharf?

Those staying in Canary Wharf will find themselves in a vibrant district like no other. Peaceful parks and green spaces mark the space between architecturally stunning skyscrapers; dockside restaurants provide an ideal spot for romantics looking for a bite to eat. Take advantage of our Canary Wharf luxury apartments and enjoy everything the district has to offer.

Canary Wharf is known for its deep history and this is one of the many reasons why it draws people across to the eastern side of the city. Now very much a famed landmark in itself, the development of the Canary Wharf of today began as late as the 1990s. Historically, Canary Wharf – formally known as the Docklands – was a thriving hub of industry, operating as one of the busiest docks in the world. Following the mass closure of the docks in the 1980s, the Docklands is now one of the world’s leading financial districts.

Unlike the other financial district of London, The City of London, Canary Wharf offers plenty of open spaces and green areas. This means that our serviced apartments in Canary Wharf offer access to areas of peace and quiet, perfect for a gentle stroll to get away from the bustling streets of the ‘Big Smoke’.

Some of our Canary Wharf apartments offer the inclusion of walk on balconies. This, in a recently rejuvenated docklands area, caters for some picturesque sights across the local area. Nearby sites such as The O2 Arena, and the impressive high-rise skyline of the financial district, can all be admired.

Guide to Canary Wharf

Travel

Canary Wharf tube station offers access to central areas of London via the Jubilee Line, while the same line’s westbound services will take visitors to Stratford where they will find the colossal Westfield shopping mall. The district is served by a range of different public transport services. East London’s DLR network winds its way between the corporate skyscrapers and provides visitors with unparalleled views as well as access to other areas of east London. Canary Wharf is also served by small river ferries known as Thames Clippers that offer an alternative form of transport around London.

Culture

Previously mentioned, Canary Wharf has an ancient and rich history, having previously been the hotpot of the London Docklands. Now known for its glitzy high-rises and spectacular modern architecture, the area has been entirely regenerated and gentrified. The area is also full of arts and events, with the Canary Wharf winter lights festival and several other art exhibitions throughout the year.

Shopping

Mainly known as a financial hub, there is a surprising amount of shopping within the district. With household brands such as Mulberry, Polo Ralph Lauren, Hackett and Tiffany & Co, there is no need to travel across London to streets like Oxford Street and Regent’s Street for high-end boutiques.

Food & Drink

When it comes to dining out in Canary Wharf, there is a varied selection of restaurants and local eateries dotted about that range from Argentinian steakhouses to elegant Italian restaurants, to kooky bistros. Those keen on fine dining should head over to the Plateau Restaurant, a penthouse establishment offering an array of delicious dishes and fantastic views of the surrounding area. The interior is glitzy and smartly presented and visitors are given the choice of two dining areas - a relaxed bar and grill or a more refined restaurant. For those who enjoy a laid back atmosphere where they can grab a drink and a quick bite, Giant Robot is certainly worth checking out. Another attribute of the vibrant Crossrail Place development, this quirky bar is well known for its mouth-watering street food menu.

Canary Wharf