Luxury Serviced Apartments in Shoreditch

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£550

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£384

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pin Russell Square | 0.6 miles from Shoreditch
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£200

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pin Moorgate | 0.8 miles from Shoreditch
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£190

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pin Aldgate | 1.1 miles from Shoreditch
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£120

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pin Mansion House | 1.1 miles from Shoreditch
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£249

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pin Tower Hill | 1.2 miles from Shoreditch
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£162

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pin Monument | 1.3 miles from Shoreditch
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£6,600

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pin City | 1.3 miles from Shoreditch
pin Cambridge Heath | 1.3 miles from Shoreditch

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Shoreditch Guide

Shoreditch is one of London’s edgiest districts, famous for its street art, food markets and independent boutiques.  And our serviced apartments in Shoreditch are the best way to explore this trendy enclave. 

Where is Shoreditch in London?

Shoreditch is part of North East London. Located immediately north and northeast of The City of London and London Bridge, it sits twenty minutes away on the London Underground from Westminster

What is the appeal of staying in Shoreditch?

Once rather run-down, Shoreditch is well and truly gentrified but it has retained its edginess and arty ambience. It’s here that you will find some of London’s most striking street art, with many buildings and shop fronts decorated in colourful graffiti. 

This area of London also has a large number of independent bars, cafes, cinemas and boutiques. If you like one-of-a-kind trendy or vintage items, there is a good chance you will find them here. And of course, your stay in Shoreditch wouldn’t be complete without trying the area’s famous street food markets, bars and restaurants.

Things to do in Shoreditch 

From tasty restaurants and intriguing markets to trendy boutiques and unique entertainment venues, there is plenty to do in this London district.

Shoreditch is home to some of London’s most famous independent cinemas. Starting with the opulent Electric Cinema, where you can watch the latest releases wrapped in blankets, sitting on super comfortable single-seaters. Then you have Rich Mix, which does its name justice by not only offering cinema screenings but also live performances from comedians and musicians. And in warmer months, you can also catch a Pillow Cinema session, where you will watch the flicks comfortably lying on giant bean bags in unexpected locations like underground stations and rooftops.

If you love art, head to Brick Lane, Redchurch Street or the area known as the Shoreditch Triangle – Shoreditch High Street, Great Eastern Street and the east-most point of Old Street – for a look at some of London’s most striking street art murals. Make sure you take a camera, you will want to snap a few pictures here.

Shoreditch is also famous for its unique independent boutiques. While you are in Redchurch Street admiring street art, make sure you check all the designers based here. You can even have a perfume fragrance tailor-made just for you here. Head to Hanbury Street and you will come across Blitz London, one of Europe’s largest vintage shops. And of course, Brick Lane’s Sunday Market is another great spot to pick up vintage gems too.

And if want to explore other famous landmarks in London, you are only about 20 minutes away from Big Ben and The Houses of ParliamentTower of London and Tower Bridge. 

Places to eat in Shoreditch 

Shoreditch is quite literally a foodie’s paradise. The area is replete with trendy bars and restaurants as well as incredible street food markets.

Here you will find everything from celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s restaurant, Fifteen, and award-winning bars like McQueen to Brick Lane’s Sunday Market street food stalls, serving everything from Canadian to Thai cuisine.  There are also indoor food markets – Backyard Market, Pump Street Food Market, which takes place at an old petrol station, and Sunday Upmarket –  are all worth a try. 

First time staying in a London Apartment?

Offering the space of a home with the convenience and services of a hotel, serviced apartments boast an added kitchen and living area, offering you more space, flexibility and privacy during your stay. Perfect for couples or solo travellers seeking a more authentic experience, or groups travelling together and wanting to enjoy each other’s company without compromising on personal space. 

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