Have you got a trip to London coming up? Whether it be for business or pleasure, the first step of planning a trip to London should always be choosing where to stay. We know, this can be very tricky, daunting even, as each part of the city boasts very different but equally wonderful qualities. So, to save you a lot of time and stress, we recommend that for this next trip, you choose to stay in Shoreditch. Why, you ask? Excellent question, read on to discover why you should stay in Shoreditch for your next trip to London.
East London Charm
First things first, by booking a stay in M by Montcalm Shoreditch Rooms, you will ensure that you are in the heart of the action in East London. But why do we love it so much? Well, it is the biggest up and coming area in the whole city, creating an effortlessly trendy vibe and many quirky experiences which promise to delight. The features of East London are charming and unlike anything else in London. If you are travelling for business, then you want an address which will impress clients no end – and you’ve got that in Shoreditch!
The second reason to base yourself in Shoreditch, is because of how well connected it is to the must-see sights of the city. The hotels near Shoreditch Station allow you to arrive into the heart of Central London swiftly and be in the bustling streets, but also provide respite when the endless crowds of the centre become too much. Not only this, but you can easily reach many iconic spots by foot, so you will end up saving money, meaning you can treat yourself to more experiences in the city!
London is famed for many of its qualities, one of them being the shopping experiences available around every corner. Although millions flock to Bond Street and Regents Street each day, by staying in one of the hotels near Shoreditch High Street, you will have better experiences. Instead of pushing your way through to see items in shops you can visit at home, you will have an impressive number of markets to visit, the awesome pop-up mall BoxPark to explore and the various independent stores which offer vintage clothing in the plenty at your fingertips.
Last but not least, we have to talk about the food of Shoreditch. There are hundreds of restaurants in this area which promise fancy British Dining, but we must favour the foodie opportunities of Brick Lane. The hub of the Bangladeshi community, Brick Lane is the only place in London worth having a curry night. Browse your way along the street, and you may even find yourself haggling a free beer and naan! Alternatively there are wonderful street food vendors along this street which have an unbeatable reputation throughout the city.