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Old Street Superior Residence

Situated in a quiet area of the city, Old Street Superior Residence London is within walking distance of Old Street tube station. This station sits on the Northern Line and connects down to London Bridge and to Monument and Bank stations for access to the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and many more attractions. The area of old street is well known for its contemporary art, and has numerous restaurants and shopping opportunities. Serviced by an elevator and featuring a multilingual staff, Superior Residence Old Street offers two-bedroomed apartments, spacious and elegantly furnished. Featuring many amenities, the apartments boast everything you need to feel at home. Tourist information is also available. Old Street Superior Residence London includes a fully fitted kitchen with cookware and a range of kitchen utensils including crockery and cutlery, a living room with television, DVD player and double sofa bed, two bedrooms and a fully equipped bathroom with a drying rack, hairdryer and a washing machine.

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Recommended hotels in London

Old Street Apartments

Old Street Apartments is a hotel in Matlock situated in the city center. Regional attractions include Chatsworth House. This Matlock hotel offers laundry facilities, a front desk available during limited hours and an elevator (lift).

Access Angel

Access Angel London apartments are situated in the fashionable areas around Islington and Old Street, where you will find such a vast array of bars and restaurants, serving cuisine from all over the world, coupled with some of the best fashion shopping in town. Conveniently located near Liverpool Street Station, Stansted Airport has never been so close, and with a 20 minute walk in any direction you will discover something new every time. All the apartments of Access Angel are brand new and come fully furnished with a new modern kitchen and bathroom for your personal needs. Complete with a washing machine and dishwasher, a fully equipped kitchen, spacious combined living and dining area with TV and DVD player, incoming telephone line, wireless Internet, an onsite manager and 24 hour security, you will feel safe and secure with the added flexibility of a hotel. An emergency 24 hour contact number will also be provided on arrival for added security. With a minimum stay of 3 nights you are able to book a great apartment from Access Angel London. These brand new 2 bedroom apartments for up to 4 people offer all of the facilities you would expect from a 3-star hotel, with a large attention to detail and modern finishings. Access Angel apartments are an excellent option for families or groups travelling together.

Express By Holiday Inn London City

The Express By Holiday Inn London City hotel is ideally located on the doorstep of the City of London - the central business district. The financial districts of Broadgate & Bishopsgate are just minutes away, providing a perfect location for business travellers. There are also excellent public transport links nearby, and the Old Street Underground Station is just a 2-minute walk from the property, making it simple to get around London and visit all of the fantastic tourist sites. Some of the nearby London attractions include the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Bank of England, Tate Modern museum, St Paul's Cathedral and South Bank, to name just a few. The Express By Holiday Inn London City hotel offers guests a range of great facilities including a restaurant (open Monday to Thursday) and lounge bar, meeting rooms, as well as wireless Internet access in all public areas.

Holiday Inn Express London City

Location. Holiday Inn Express London City is located in London's Old Street neighborhood, close to Hoxton Square, Barbican Arts Centre, and St. Paul's Cathedral. Nearby points of interest also include Tower of London and Trafalgar Square. Hotel Features. Holiday Inn Express London City's restaurant serves breakfast and dinner. A bar/lounge is open for drinks. The hotel serves a complimentary continental breakfast. This 3-star property offers a meeting/conference room and business services. Wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is available in public areas (surcharges apply). Guest parking is limited, and available on a limited first-come, first-served basis (surcharge). Additional property amenities include multilingual staff, laundry facilities, and currency exchange. Guestrooms. 224 air-conditioned guestrooms at Holiday Inn Express London City feature coffee/tea makers and complimentary newspapers. Bathrooms feature showers, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Wired high-speed and wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. In addition to desks, guestrooms offer phones with voice mail. Televisions have satellite channels and pay movies. Rooms also include windows that open. Housekeeping is offered daily and guests may request wake-up calls.

Landmark Apartments

A short walk from the historical Old Street. Landmark Apartments London are located in the artistic district of Shoreditch, with galleries, museums and restaurants nearby. The famous Brick Lane is within easy walking distance to the south-east, and Shoreditch High Street railway and Old Street tube stations provide access beyond the city centre. Old Street tube station is a five minute walk from the accommodation and provides direct access to King’s Cross St. Pancras, Camden Town, and London Bridge. Providing modern, luxurious living quarters, Apartments Landmark are well equipped with modern utilities such as under-floor heating, air-conditioning, individual security alarm systems and colour-screen door-entry systems. Complimentary wireless Internet is accessible throughout the apartments, which also have public car parking facilities nearby. A premier self-catering option, Landmark Apartments London each feature a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave, refrigerator, coffee and tea maker, crockery, cutlery, kitchenware and toaster, and a dining area. All apartments contain a fully fitted bathroom with shower and toilet, and modern amenities including satellite television with DVD player and a safe. On top of that, the Executive and Family apartments feature washing machines. Studio apartments are 15 square meters, Executive apartments are 28 square meters and Family apartments are 38 square meters.

Top restaurants in London


PINCHITOtapas EC1 is one of two independent, award-winning neighbourhood tapas bars in London, individual in style - authentic and cheeky in character. The philosophy is a genuine respect for the innate quality of ingredients, a true passion for the culinary arts and desire to impress our guests. PINCHITOtapas is unpretentious, serving good quality fresh fare prepared quickly and cheerfully alongside award-winning cocktails.

The tapas experience is driven by the pleasure of sharing small plates of delicious food with cocktails surrounded by friends. Founder Jason Fendick comments that the staff's love of the Spanish sociable dining scene and coffee culture inspired them to open PINCHITOtapas. The seasonal dishes, authentic produce and relaxed atmosphere are indicative of the bars you can visit in the El Born district in Barcelona.

Come visit PINCHITOtapas in EC1 or WC1 and choose from the full tapas menu or the ever-changing specials board.

Disappearing Dining Club

Described as one of London's 'best in-the-know dining destinations' by GQ magazine, Disappearing Dining Club offers modern European cuisine and exquisite dinner party chic, all in beautifully relaxed surroundings. Set in an 18th-century Spitalfields townhouse which serves as an antique shop by day, dinner is served supper club-style on long candelabra-dotted tables, and surrounded by antique china, glassware and upholstery.

Thai Thai

Bringing authentic Thai flavours and a serene ambience to bustling Old Street, Thai Thai offers an elegant take on South East Asian cuisine. Sample warming soups, wholesome stir fries and succulent grills from the Thai Thai menu, while the bar offers chilled beers and cleansing flowering tea. The relaxed, understated dining room at That Thai in Shoreditch is filled with ornately carved wood, fresh orchids and a stunning stained glass ceiling installation.

Restaurant at McQueen

Bringing the lustre of the fashionable West End to the heart of Shoreditch, award-winning Restaurant at McQueen pays homage to legend Steve McQueen in this trendy restaurant, bar and lounge.

The diverse McQueen menu offers a range of American foods with a bit of Cajun flavour - Cajun cuisine is popular in Indiana, USA, where Steve McQueen was born - and the menu includes Crayfish Bisque with lobster & shellfish oil, Cajun seasoned salmon fillet served with a Jambalaya risotto as well as an extensive selection of American Grills.

The lounge bar boasts an extensive list of cocktails; the classic champagne cocktail and fiery 60 shot-car are amongst the favourite shots, wines and cocktails. Restaurant at McQueen combines vintage Hollywood glamour with classic, retro London. The exposed brick, leather and fur décor of the lounge is continued effortlessly into the cool, dark club and vintage inspired restaurant.

Oozing vintage glamour, Restaurant at McQueen is just a 5-minute walk from Old Street Tube Station.

Chiswell Street Dining Rooms

Classic British cuisine is the trademark feature of Chiswell Street Dining Rooms. In the sophisticated bar, diners can sample signature cocktails, fine wines from the private cellar or exquisite microbeers.

The chic restaurant area features literary inspired artwork and sleek banquettes, and traditional themed afternoon tea is a true indulgence at Chiswell Dining Rooms.

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