This modern, family-friendly hotel is a convenient base for exploring London, located in Islington, near the Angel Tube Station and a short distance from transportation hubs Underground, King's Cross, and St. Pancras rail.
Located in Camden, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of KoKo London, University College London, and British Library. Russell Square and The British Museum are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This London hotel is a short walk from King's Cross St Pancras Station, the British Museum, and Sadler's Wells Theatre. The West End is easily accessible by bus.
Located in Clerkenwell, this spa hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Barbican Arts Centre, Museum of London, and St. Paul's Cathedral. Old Bailey and London Stock Exchange are also within 1 mi (2 km).
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You're bound to get to know some local characters out of the 7,600,000 residents who call this city home. Clerkenwell is only 7 miles west of London City Airport. If you're heading to Clerkenwell from the center of London, you'll need to go 2 miles to the northeast.
You won't need to drive far to find a few remarkable tourist attractions. Start off with visits to Westfield Stratford City and Queen's House. University of Greenwich and Greenwich Market are also highly favored by visitors and locals. Another thought is to head over to a surrounding community, such as Finsbury or Farringdon.
You can find St. Paul's Cathedral, one of the most renowned tourist attractions in the country, located 0.8 miles to the south.
Tower Bridge and London City Hall are just two of the top-notch choices that are waiting for you in this vibrant city. Also, don't forget about The Gherkin and Royal Exchange.
Vacations are supposed to be about taking it easy! When it's time to blow off some steam, get going to Lee Valley Riding Centre, Roman Baths, Hippodrome Casino and Empire Casino.
Find out about the local culture at Southbank Centre, Tate Britain, Photographers' Gallery and Royal Academy of Arts.
Join other art patrons at Tate Modern, National Gallery, Wallace Collection and Victoria and Albert Museum. Examine the captivating works and then relax with something to drink at a nearby café.
Keeping an eye out for a rainy day activity? Geffrye Museum, Imperial War Museum, Charles Dickens Museum and Florence Nightingale Museum have a range of wonderful exhibits and displays.
In the mood for dinner and a show? Book seats at a local performance venue, such as Hackney Empire, Globe Theatre, Royal National Theatre and O2 Academy Brixton.
Sea Life London Aquarium, Covent Garden, British Library and London Senate House Library are recommended family-friendly attractions. Keep your little ones engaged while you take a short rest.
See a variety of interesting species and capture a few worthy snaps at London Zoo, Kentish Town City Farm, Surrey Docks Farm and Vauxhall City Farm.
Get going to London Eye, The Castle Climbing Centre, Highbury Pool and Parliament Hill Lido when the little ones are getting restless. Allow them to release some steam so you can all rest easy.
Slow down and experience the picturesque natural sites of Primrose Hill, Queen Mary's Gardens, Hampstead Ponds and Eastern Curve Gardens.
There's nothing like a day at the beach. Whether you want to go swimming or just sit back along the shoreline, Shell Beach and Rushy Bay are the places to go.
To catch a glimpse of some native plants and wildlife, go to Highgate Wood, Camley Street Natural Park and Chelsea Physic Garden.
Go to London Fields, Hoxton Square, Finsbury Park and Victoria Embankment Gardens for some time away from the noise of the city. Don't forget to take a picnic rug.
Have a cup of coffee and then do some window-shopping at Old Spitalfields Market, Leadenhall Market, Borough Market and Smithfield Market.
The surrounding heritage places will give you an intriguing glimpse into the region's unique past. One Canada Square, Southwark Cathedral, London South Bank University and Old Bailey are not to be missed.
Find out more about the region's spiritual dimensions at London Temple Church, Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral and Brompton Oratory. These sites are worth visiting, whether you're religious or not.
Stomp and shout as you witness the Arsenal in their home stadium, Emirates Stadium. Set up a tour of the stadium and you'll be able to get a sneak-peak of the inner workings.
Clerkenwell is much loved by travelers, and offers a broad selection of places to stay. Expedia's Clerkenwell lodging guide has all the details.
The Bulgari Hotel, London, at 171 Knightsbridge, and the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, at 66 Knightsbridge are two of the higher-end hotels in Clerkenwell. Stay at either and you'll be sure to have some of the nicest guest amenities in town. Alternatively, if you're on a tight budget, you'll find the cheapest deals at the Sloane Square Hotel, at 7–12 Sloane Square, or the Montana Hotel London, at 67/69 Gloucester Road.
One of the highlights of any vacation in Clerkenwell is St. Paul's Cathedral. If you would prefer to stay within walking distance of the renowned attraction, the Market View by BridgeStreet and The Kings Wardrobe Serviced Apartments by BridgeStreet are both excellent options.