Hotels near Shoreditch
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Clerkenwell, Shoreditch and Hoxton combine loft-living with urban grit, making this area one of the most creative corners of the city. Artists, designers and dot-com entrepreneurs throng start-ups on Old Street and galleries, studios and clubs on Redchurch St., Rivington Place and Hoxton Square. Jay Jopling's White Cube gallery at 48 Hoxton Square pioneered conceptual contemporary art spaces, and Sadler's Wells is London's leading contemporary dance venue. Working-class Exmouth Market keeps the area grounded, with independent shops, tattoo parlors and an authentic pie and mash shop. London's non-conformists are buried in local Bunfill Fields cemetery, including writer and spy Daniel Defoe (1731) and poet William Blake (1827).

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Shoreditch

Arran House Hotel
Arran House Hotel
77-79 Gower Street, London
from $73
Cromwell Crown Hotel
Cromwell Crown Hotel
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2.5
3747 reviews
139-141 Cromwell Road, London
from $57
The Savoy, A Fairmont Managed Hotel
from $595
Corus Hotel Hyde Park
Corus Hotel Hyde Park
Lancaster Gate, London
from $109
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Westminster
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Westminster
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3.8
3824 reviews
30 John Islip Street Westminster, London
from $119
Novotel London City South
Novotel London City South
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3.7
2191 reviews
53-61 Southwark Bridge Road, London
from $118
Sanctum Soho Hotel
Sanctum Soho Hotel
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3.6
720 reviews
20 Warwick Street Soho, London
from $177
Lancaster Gate Hotel
Lancaster Gate Hotel
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3.6
5114 reviews
66-71 Lancaster Gate, London
from $118
Saint Georges Hotel
Saint Georges Hotel
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3.0
2147 reviews
Langham Place, Regent Street, London
from $144
The Kensington Close Hotel & Spa
The Kensington Close Hotel & Spa
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3.2
4873 reviews
Wrights Lane Kensington, London
from $119
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Clerkenwell, Shoreditch and Hoxton combine loft-living with urban grit, making this area one of the most creative corners of the city. Artists, designers and dot-com entrepreneurs throng start-ups on Old Street and galleries, studios and clubs on Redchurch St., Rivington Place and Hoxton Square. Jay Jopling's White Cube gallery at 48 Hoxton Square pioneered conceptual contemporary art spaces, and Sadler's Wells is London's leading contemporary dance venue. Working-class Exmouth Market keeps the area grounded, with independent shops, tattoo parlors and an authentic pie and mash shop. London's non-conformists are buried in local Bunfill Fields cemetery, including writer and spy Daniel Defoe (1731) and poet William Blake (1827).

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