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Serviced Apartments in Spitalfields

An area known for its vintage shops and markets, our serviced apartments in Spitalfields are near several attractions, dining and shopping destinations, making them the ideal base from which to explore our beautiful capital.

Where is the area of Spitalfields in London?

Spitalfields is the area immediately around the Old Spitalfields Market and the southernmost most end of Brick Lane, sitting just outside and to the east of The City of London district and bordering Shoreditch to the north. The easiest way to get into Spitalfields is via Shoreditch High Street or Liverpool Street train stations, and Aldgate East or Liverpool Street Underground stations. 

What is the appeal of staying in Spitalfields?

Sitting between the affluent City of London and one of the capital’s trendiest districts, Shoreditch, Spitalfields blends the best of both, with edgy markets, street art and vintage shops, alongside up-market places to eat and shop.

It is also not far from several attractions and has good transport links to other areas of the UK and London, making it very accessible. Another point of reference for this area is The Royal London Hospital, located nearby towards Whitechapel.

Things to do in Spitalfields

Spitalfields is a great place to visit if you love unique or vintage items. Highlights include the famous Old Spitalfields Market, a covered Victorian market hall; Blitz, hailed one of Europe’s largest vintage shops; Sunday Upmarket and Backyard Markets, weekly indoor markets selling fashion and food; and The Vintage Market store. While you are wandering around, don’t forget to spot the colourful street art that can be discovered on buildings and shop fronts.

This area of the city is also just north of Tower Bridge, Tower of London and the Old London Wall. And it’s not far from London’s iconic City skyline and attractions like the Barbican Centre and the Museum of London.

For those with a taste for the macabre, Spitalfields is part of what is known as the Jack the Ripper Territory, due to its proximity to Whitechapel – the location of many of the famous crimes.  Several companies run walking tours that explore the history of the infamous serial killer and The Jack the Ripper Museum sits just outside Spitalfields on Royal Mint Street.

Places to eat in Spitalfields

There is no shortage of places to eat in Spitalfields. The area around Liverpool Street Train station, Brick Lane, Brushfield and Hanbury streets are brimming with coffee shops, bars and restaurants, not to mention the food stalls in the markets.

First time staying in a London Apartment?

Whether you are a couple on a romantic city break or a group of friends or family travelling together, our serviced apartments are the perfect place to stay in London.

Offering more space and versatility with a warm welcome and great customer service, they allow you the room to eat, cook, socialise or just relax at your own pace. So you can enjoy the city like a resident, with all the perks of being a visitor.

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