Serviced Apartments Canning Town

Top Serviced Apartments Canning Town

Located in East London, Canning Town is an emerging neighborhood mostly popular among the working class. Situated north of the Royal Victoria Dock and east of the River Lea, this place has evolved drastically over time. New residential towers, Turkish eateries, pizzerias, and cafes, the area is now getting attention from leisure travelers as well. If you are traveling to London for work, and wish to stay in East London, our serviced apartments in Canning Town will be appropriate for you.

Top Serviced Apartments in Canning Town:

  • Abbey Wood 
  • Clover Court
  • The Stratford Escape
  • Greenwich High Road
  • Limehouse Apartments
  • Heritage Towers
  • Canning Town Apartments
  • Canary Riverside Apartments
  • Meade House Nightingale
  • City View Point

Each of our serviced apartments in Canning Town is equipped with modern amenities and facilities that every traveler needs. From a cozy bedroom to a fully-equipped kitchen, these apartments are designed keeping our guests’ requirements in mind. There is also high-speed WiFi connectivity with a separate work desk for you to continue working from home if required. The living area has comfy couches, a flat-screen TV, an entertainment unit, and much more. With 24X7 CCTV surveillance, a separate entryway, and doorstep delivery services, these serviced apartments in Canning Town will give you a peaceful, comfortable and safe staying experience.

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Where to Stay in Canning Town

Canning Town has newly built highrise buildings that are equipped with modern amenities and facilities. You can also stay in a hotel room if you wish to, however, staying in a serviced apartment in Canning Town is preferable as you get everything under one roof. Located close to popular locations, public transport, and markets, these are spacious, well-equipped, and centrally located for you to enjoy your vacation to the fullest.

Facts About Canning Town

This area was originally called Hallsville before it got its name from George Canning, who was the Prime Minister in 1827. Historians also suggest that the name came from his son Charles Caninning, the first viceroy of India from 1858 to 1862. Few people also suggest that the area got its name from a mid-century cannery, but there is no solid evidence that proves this theory. 

Here are some facts about Canning Town: 

  • The development of this area started in the 1880s with the opening of the Royal Victoria Docks, which was the largest of three docks in the Royal Docks of East London. 
  • Before the 19th century, this place was largely marshland, and accessible only by boat, or a toll bridge.
  • The greatest employer of this area was the Thames Iron Works. The company declared and bankruptcy and closed down in the early 1900s. The last major warship built by the yard was HMS Thunderer in 1911.

Weather in Canning Town

Summer is the most popular time for tourists to visit Canning Town, London. Summer days are warm in London with the maximum temperature being 30 degrees celsius. You can also plan your holiday around spring (March-end to June) and autumn (September to November). The weather is mild during this time and the city is less crowded. Winters are cold and gloomy and not too popular among tourists. London receives rainfall frequently during the entire year so caring for a light rain jacket or an umbrella is advisable.