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In recent years, Croydon has gone from being one of London’s faceless satellite towns to being one a fashionable centre for arts, culture and innovation. Just a short journey from the centre of London, Croydon not only offers a wealth of attractions in its own right, but is also within easy reach of all the major sights of the capital.
If you enjoy pop-up stores, live music and multicultural cuisine, then Croydon is the perfect place for you. Of course, there is also the notorious Boxpark’s—a cultural hub comprised of shipping containers offering restaurants, fitness and entertainment.
Croydon is also an important hub for business, with multiple international organisations having bases in the town and an emerging trend for some to move their HQs from the capital to the borough. As such, Croydon receives thousands of business travellers each year.
Accommodation in Croydon can vary hugely depending on whereabouts you plan to stay—it can be a leafy suburb or a bustling city centre, so where you choose will depend largely on your own preferences. The Squa.re’s customer service team can advise on the best areas based on your requirements, and our range of serviced apartments in Croydon can offer an unparalleled level of comfort, convenience and privacy. Each has been specifically selected for the high standard of decor, ease of access and nearby amenities. They feature secure access where requested, a range of mod-cons and full kitchen facilities.
If you are planning an extended stay in Croydon, our properties offer a home-from-home atmosphere that is not obtainable through traditional accommodation, and make for a cost effective and comfortable way to make the most out of your time in the area.
Croydon is an often misunderstood area, so new visitors may wish to orientate themselves with a visit to the Croydon Museum, located in the clocktower and featuring displays documenting the town since 1800. Of course, for something a little more contemporary there is the Croydon Box Park, which hosts pop-up shops, arcades, restaurants and hipster bars, as well as screenings of major sporting events. Those looking for green spaces will find Wandle Park and South Norwood Country Park offer beautiful scenery and great places to walk and explore.
Aside from the artisan shops in the BoxPark, Croydon is home to two large shopping malls: Centrale Shopping Centre and the Whitgift centre. Both offering a selection of high street retailers, including Topshop, Next and Monsoon and being just a short walk from each other. Of course, Croydon is also just fifteen minutes away from central London, so the world class attractions and shopping streets of the capital are always an option.
Being a London borough, Croydon features excellent transport links and it is unlikely that visitors will require their own transport—in fact the busy roads can make this something of an inconvenience. There are buses running 24 hours a day, towards London city centre and the surrounding boroughs, as well as into Surrey and towards Gatwick and Heathrow airports. There is also a tram running across North and South Corydon, making for an easy way to get around the central areas.
The railway station is an important hub, with services running to most London terminals, as well as the surrounding boroughs and Wimbledon. There are also direct routes to Gatwick Airport, Portsmouth and Southampton. For added convenience, Croydon is within the Oyster card zone, meaning it is covered by London’s contactless payment scheme.