Camden Town, also known as Camden, is located in North London, adjacent to Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill. This neighborhood is famous for both local Londoners as well as travelers visiting London. Home to a number of famous street markets and world-famous music venues, this neighborhood is rich with culture and has an eclectic mix of fashion and art. Situated in between Kings Cross and Paddington, this borough of northern London is bustling with activity, neighborhood walks, live music, and cafe scenes, and some of the great views of the city. So in a way, travelers can have the best time in this neighborhood. And what better than staying in one of the serviced apartments in Camden Town.
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Each one of our Serviced Apartments in Camden Town is laced with all the modern amenities and facilities that travelers would ever need for an amazing stay. Guests can enjoy a cozy bedroom with an attached bathroom and crisp linen. A fully equipped kitchen where one can cook a sumptuous meal, a living room, and complimentary Wi-Fi to stay in touch with friends and family.
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Camden Town is buzzing with activity, yet it’s calm and peaceful. Especially in the evenings, being situated adjacent to the eponymous Regent’s Park and the Regent’s Canal, the area is quite happening, yet quaint. One can take a stroll to their heart’s content and then rest at one of the serviced apartments in Camden Town. If one’s lucky, they may as well get the views of the park as well as the canal from their windows. That would really be something, especially with a morning cuppa. All these serviced apartments in Camden Town are situated within close proximity to the London underground and local amenities. Served by the Northern Line, Camden Town tube station is well connected to Central and South London. These are a few minutes’ walk. There are plenty of bus connections as well.
There are very few boroughs in London that come close to what Camden Town has to offer. With its rich and eventful history, it’s also a melting pot of multiethnicity. Here you will find remnants of Greek, Irish and Italian cultures as well. This borough has been a residential area since the 18th century and turned into a bustling arm of London once the railway and canal were built around it. A few fun facts of the area are:
London has a notorious climate and it’s well known to all. The climate varies from season to season, however, spells of rain can occur anytime, uninvited. Similarly, Camden Town too sees bright sunshine to freezing temperatures to even snow. The best time to visit is between the months of June and September.