Simple North London hotel located within striking distance of an assortment of activities
Visitor to the Corner House Hotel London will find themselves in relatively quiet surroundings as they sleep, but are only a few short minutes away from a veritable cauldron of activity.
Located on Camden Road in the north-west of the city, this 3-star property consists of 45 guestrooms all of which include en-suite bathroom facilities. Each room comes complete with a hairdryer, digital television, small refrigerator, and safe. Wireless internet connectivity is featured throughout.
Guests can choose to eat a continental breakfast in the family-run establishment, whilst family rooms are available for those visiting with children.
The hotel may not provide the most luxurious of stays but its location puts visitors within walking distance of the eclectic and multicultural Camden Town. Within a 20 minute walk guests can be enjoying the colourful streets and people of the district as well as the expansive markets. Here shoppers can find an array of different items, from unique clothing to Persian rugs.
The Stables Market is a must see for anybody visiting Camden. The recently refurbished market consists of a wide variety of stalls tucked into narrow lanes as well as a number of renovated stable buildings. The markets key new feature is its subterranean section, excavated from beneath the historic grounds. The store Cyberdog, which specialises in nightclub wear and neon everything, is a sight to behold.
A wide range of restaurants, bars, and pubs, as well as the Stables Markets food quarter, means that tourists to the region can enjoy just about any dish they can think of. A host of music venues makes this Londons premier destination for music fans.
Visitors to the Corner House Hotel London can venture further afield thanks to the London Underground railway system. The hotel is within walking distance of both Kentish Town and Caledonian Road tube stations. Located on the Northern and Piccadilly Lines respectively, these trains take visitors to central London in less than 10 minutes.
Just a few tube stops away, tourists can be in Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus, or Covent Garden, the beating heart of the city. Its here that Theatreland is found, a large number of playhouses, theatres, and performance venues. Millions of visitors a year make this part of London their destination in order to see one of the West Ends many shows. The area rivals New York Citys Broadway when it comes to performance.
Nearby visitors can enjoy either shopping or a touch of history, depending what tickles their fancy. Regent Street and Oxford Street are considered the hub of shopping in the city, including huge department and chain stores as well as a few novelty and unique shops. The British Museum and Trafalgar Square are both close by, as is the Westminster region and River Thames, both true tourist hot-spots. This means that the likes of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and the London Eye are all within touching distance.
After a long day of trekking about to see the sights, the Corner House Hotel London is situated in such a location that guests are unlikely to be kept up all night by noisy revellers.