- Linen and Towels Provided
- Dry Cleaning Service
- Non-Smoking Property
- Weekly Room Service
- High Chair Available
- Cots Available
- Rollaway Beds Available
- Vintage Shopping
Shoreditch is a mecca for vintage shoppers. Men’s and women’s vintage and contemporary fashion boutiques are concentrated toward the northern end of Brick Lane and surrounding streets including Hanbury Street, Cheshire Street, Bacon Street Bethnal Green Road and Commercial Street.
The 400-year-old Petticoat Lane Market still operates on Middlesex Street on Sundays, but the bric-a-brac merchandise is generally of low quality.
- Health & Services
A 'Fitness First' gym and a 'City Bodyworks' clinic, offering acupuncture, physiotherapy and clinical massage, are conveniently located near One White’s Row.
- Local Food
Once known as ‘smock alley’, this charming, narrow passageway now houses Olives and Figs Turkish restaurant, Mudmee Thai restaurant, Habibi Sushi bar, Enoteca Super Tuscan Italian wine bar and kitchen, Grapeshots wine bar, Studio Mag hair and beauty salon and several boutique tailors.
The architectural legacy of Huguenot silk weavers who fled persecution in France during the 17th Century, London’s former main wholesale produce market has been redeveloped into a sleek retail and restaurant complex. You’ll also find a dry cleaner here, and a thriving traders market.
Named after the brick kilns used to help rebuild London after the Great Fire of 1666, Brick Lane is the heart of London’s Bengali community, famed for its curry houses and lively street scene. Shops and restaurants open daily, and the Sunday food and fashion Upmarket in The Old Truman Brewery on the corner of Hanbury Street offers a great opportunity to sample world cuisines.