Luxury Serviced Apartments in
Holborn

For a quiet visit, away from the tourist bustle of the West End and Covent Garden, Holborn is predominantly a commercial area, popular with lawyers and media professionals.  As such the area is not geared to fancy attractions and tourist hubs.  Instead, it caters to the local Londoner with simple places to eat and affordable prices.

Staying in Holborn

Being a popular area for work, Holborn grows quiet in the evenings and at weekends, so it’s likely visitors to the area will experience a good night’s sleep here.  Despite its apparent lack of tourist interest, there are a number of hidden gems in the area that reveal this area of London’s past.

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Holborn Guide

For a quiet visit, away from the tourist bustle of the West End and Covent Garden, Holborn is predominantly a commercial area, popular with lawyers and media professionals.  As such the area is not geared to fancy attractions and tourist hubs.  Instead, it caters to the local Londoner with simple places to eat and affordable prices.

Staying in Holborn

Being a popular area for work, Holborn grows quiet in the evenings and at weekends, so it’s likely visitors to the area will experience a good night’s sleep here.  Despite its apparent lack of tourist interest, there are a number of hidden gems in the area that reveal this area of London’s past.

 Today Holborn is a popular place for journalists and media professionals and has been so since the 17th century when publishing became the main industry.  A trip along Fleet Street will reveal remnants of the old publishing industry.  Holborn’s main attractions are Greys Inn and Lincolns Inn Law College, which is why the area is unsurprisingly populated with lawyers’ offices and law professionals.