Serviced Apartments in Docklands

Over the past few years, the popularity of this district has rapidly increased and is fast becoming an up and coming area of London. Made up of Canary Wharf, Isle of Dogs and stretching East to Woolwich. This area is named after the historical docks and waterfront in London. Guests staying in the area can benefit from the business hub which is Canary Wharf. Home to trendy and vibrant bars and restaurants this area comes to life after the work days are finished and is buzzing with things to do late into the night. Although for those wishing to unwind and relax, this area also benefits from Mudchute Park and City Farm, a 13-hectare piece of land ready for a picnic in the sunshine or a relaxing walk.

Originally part of the port and regenerated in the late 1980’s, this district holds a vast amount of history and cultural attractions. For those wanting to learn more about the history, the Museum of London’s Docklands is a short walk away and is free-entry for all. With a range of changing exhibitions and permanent galleries, this museum is a great day out if staying in the area.  Just on the other side of the Docklands area, the O2 Arena can be found. With its diverse range of concerts and events guest looking to see an event here are ideally situated in the Docklands. The O2 is also home to a variety of shops and restaurants ideal for a night indulging yourself on a range of international foods. The Cutty Sark is also a permanent attraction and popular tourist destination for those staying in the area. One of the last British Tea Clippers built this magnificent ship is well worth seeing and is surrounded by a museum that tells the history of this elegant vessel.

The Docklands also benefit from the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), making getting around the district easy, with stations situated throughout each area that makes up the Docks. This means getting to Central London is fast and efficient.