Serviced Apartments Shoreditch

Top Serviced Apartments in Shoreditch

An up and coming neighbourhood, serviced apartments in Shoreditch are becoming increasingly popular due to their style, extra space and privacy. A fantastic alternative to hotels, Shoreditch is ideal for short and long stays. For trendy and hip stays in the City of London, everyone chooses Shoreditch. Complete with the modern and sleek delights that most young people adore (hipster cafes, music venues, gastro restaurants, comedy clubs etc), this is an area that is enamoured with a youthful and vibrant sensibility. But when it comes to Shoreditch accommodation, travellers want something that exudes the best aspects of the neighbourhood and provides the comfort they desire. And that’s where’s fully furnished apartments in Shoreditch come into it.

A few of the top serviced apartments in Shoreditch include:

  1. Avant Garde Serviced Apartments
  2. Shoreditch Square Serviced Apartments
  3. Altitude Point Serviced Apartments
  4. Times Square Serviced Apartments
  5. Aldgate East Studio Apartments
  6. Fusion Court Serviced Apartments
  7. One Commercial Street Apartments
  8. Brick Lane Apartments

All of the Shoreditch corporate apartments deliver bespoke and luxury amenities that make any short or long term stay in the neighbourhood relaxing and comfortable for all guests. The features inside include the likes of a fully equipped kitchen for home cooking in the evening, a flat screen TV to catch up on all the latest hits, stylish furnishing to fall into after a long day and cosy bedding that will leave any guest recharged for the next day. Centrally located, and close to the attractions of the neighbourhood and to Underground connections to the rest of the city, these fully furnished apartments in Shoreditch will complete any stay in the city of London.

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Where to Stay in Shoreditch

While it may well be a metropolis for the young and trendy, Shoreditch is still an ideal place to stay. Why? Well, with all the bars and venues nearby that will fill the night, and restaurants that will fill the stomach and soul, this is one London neighbourhood that really does deliver. It may well be centred on the youthful or young at heart, but we all need to chill in a good bar every now and again, young or old, business or leisure.

Convenience aside, the neighbourhood’s character alone is enough to cosy up into at the end of a long day. The old and twisted lanes provide the ideal spot to call home. And then, of course, there are the likes of Brick Lane, home to some of the best grub in the area, and the Spitalfields Market, the purveyor of goods and street food.

Shoreditch may not be a huge place, but there are plenty of serviced and corporate apartments in the neighbourhood to satisfy all needs and requirements. From studios to 1 bedroom apartments, 3 bedroom apartments and other varieties, every group size is catered for in the trendy epicentre of Shoreditch. If there’s any reason why business and leisure travellers choose and book our luxury apartments in Shoreditch, it’s because their bespoke nature brings tranquility and elegance for any length of stay.

Facts about Shoreditch

The hipster wonderland has a rich history and some very intriguing facts that may be surprising. So, before travellers book their serviced apartment in Shoreditch, they should have a read of the facts below to get an idea of the area and where they’re heading to:

  • Huge international brands are now investing in Shoreditch, including hotel chains Gansevoort Hotel Group and Nobu, as well as Amazon
  • Boxpark is the world’s first pop-up mall, housing 60 shipping containers converted for use as shops and restaurants, and offers one of the most unique shopping experiences in London
  • The name ‘Shoreditch’ is thought to derive from the Old English term ‘Soersditch’ meaning ‘Sewer’s Ditch’
  • The first two London theatres were built in Shoreditch; The Theatre and The Curtain Theatre
  • William Shakespeare came to Shoreditch as an actor and it is thought he lived down Holywell Street in Bishopsgate
  • Charles Dickens visited Shoreditch to gain inspiration for his novels, like ‘David Copperfield’ and ‘Oliver Twist’
  • The film director Sir Alfred Hitchcock started his career at Gainsborough Studios in Shoreditch
  • Shoreditch is the home of the Urban Food Fest - a pop-up street food market that is held every Saturday, delivering gourmet street food from around the world, as well as craft beers, exclusive cocktails and live music
  • Old Spitalfields Market is one of the capital’s oldest markets, dating back to 1638 when King Charles gave a licence for ‘flesh, fowl and roots’ to be sold on Spittle Fields
  • Shoreditch is often used as a filming location, with examples including the medical thriller ‘Contagion’ (2011) and ‘I Give It A Year’ (2013)

Things to Do in Shoreditch

Within the neighbourhood of Shoreditch, guests and travellers can take advantage of so many attractions and cultural highlights. When they wish to leave their luxury apartment and head outdoors, they’ll find that there are many things to do in the area that will bring their long or short stay to life.

  1. What are the most popular things to do in Shoreditch?

Some of the most popular things to do in Shoreditch are:

  • Go to Brick Lane, and taste one of the best Indian curries
  • Spend an evening at Boxpark with mates
  • See the latest hit at Rich Mix Cinema
  • Enjoy a night out at XOYO
  • See what the club, Cargo, has to offer
  • Party all night at The Book Club, one of the top clubs and hangouts
  1. What is the best way to spend a day in Shoreditch?

Here’s how you should spend a day in Shoreditch:

  • Explore and admire the street art in the area
  • Go for brunch at one of the many cafes or restaurants
  • Pay a visit to Brick Lane and Petticoat Lane Market
  • Beat the queues for Boxpark - shop and be prepared to eat there in the evening
  • Watch the biggest hit at the Rich Mix Cinema
  • Prepare to party through to the early hours in The Book Club

Places to Visit in Shoreditch

Given its trendy Vibe, Shoreditch can entertain visitors easily. From the foodie attractions to the street art, cafes and markets, there’s much to see and do here. Some of these include:

  • Boxpark - Fusing the concepts of the modern street food market and the pop-up retail mall, this is a cool attraction that specialises in fashion, arts, food and drinks. Always full and forever popular, this attraction can’t be missed.
  • Brick Lane - From its Sunday Market to its street art, shop and galleries, this is one attraction that’s synonymous with the area.
  • Rich Mix Cinema - Well, there’s more than just a cinema here. It’s a community space that holds music events, art and the aforementioned cinema.
  • Street Art Excursion - Shoreditch is full of street art, especially around Brick Lane. Take a look and admire the creativity.
  • Beigel Bake - One of the most popular places to grab a bite to eat, this is exactly what anyone needs to energise themselves.
  • The Book Club - DJs, live music, breakfast, brunch, exhibitions and cocktails are just some of the things that can be enjoyed here.

Places to Eat in Shoreditch

Dining out is one of the joys of all travellers, and fortunately, Shoreditch has many options to consider. From many worldly cuisines to vegetarian and vegan options, every taste can be satisfied here. So, when the fully equipped kitchen in their serviced apartment no longer has an appeal, the restaurants and gastro pubs are the places to go.

  1. What are the best restaurants in Shoreditch?

The 10 best restaurants in Shoreditch are:

  • Dishoom
  • Pizza East
  • Lyle's
  • The Princess of Shoreditch
  • Tapas Brindisa
  • Tank & Paddle
  • Andina
  • Tramshed
  • The Jones Family Project
  • Iron Bloom
  1. What are Shoreditch’s cheaper dining options?

Those looking for cheaper places to eat in Shoreditch should go to:

  • Beigel Bake
  • Bleecker Burger
  • Kafeteria
  • Franzè & Evans
  • F Cooke
  • DF/Mexico
  • Open Kitchen
  • Rola Wala
  • Voodoo Ray's
  • Sông Quê Café

Street Food in Shoreditch

Brick Lane’s street food market is open every Sunday and offers all of Shoreditch’s visitors the opportunity to devour a range of dishes from all over the world. A few that need to be looked out for include:

  • Simon’s Coffee and Crepes
  • Tibetan Dumplings
  • Fantastic Pearls
  • Ethiopian
  • Turkish/Indian Fusion
  • Korean Food
  • Arepas & Cachapas
  • Purple Clay
  • Dancing Leopard

Shopping in Shoreditch

While Shoreditch may not have the shopping attractions of Central London (e.g. the hectic Oxford Street), it does have a few selective ones that will deliver a short but essential shopping experience in the heart of the neighbourhood. These include:

  • Aida
  • Ally Capellino
  • APC
  • Boxpark
  • Denham
  • Hostem
  • Labour and Wait
  • Leila's Shop
  • Luna & Curious
  • Maison Trois Garcons
  • Murdock Shoreditch
  • No-one
  • Sunspel

Transportation in Shoreditch

Getting around London is easier than what most people believe. With the likes of the London Underground, London Overground, DLR and TfL Rail services, exploring the city and its surrounding couldn’t be more convenient. With Shoreditch, there are substantial connections that will get travellers all across London, via the London Underground and Overground:

  • London Underground (Northern Line) - Old Street is the nearest Underground station and goes to the likes of London Bridge, Angel, King’s Cross, Moorgate and more.
  • London Overground - Shoreditch High Street is the nearest London Overground station and heads off to the likes of Dalston Junction, Highbury & Islington, New Cross, New Cross Gate, West Croydon, Crystal Palace.

Travelling around London though isn’t free. An oyster card is the best bet; all visitors need to do is touch in and out at the start and end of their journey. Costs vary depending on what zones guests are heading to. But to get the most out of London, it’s best to at least get a Zone 1-2 card even though Shoreditch is in Zone 1:

  • Single journey ticket (zone 1-2) around - £5
  • Oyster/Contactless payment card (zone 1-2) - £2.40

Plus, with’s Shoreditch serviced apartments, guests are assured and delivered a central location that gives them easy access to the London Underground and Overground, so they can go from one end of London to another.

Weather in Shoreditch

The weather in Shoreditch is much like the rest of London, which is also like the rest of the UK; in short, it can be difficult to predict. The city of London is known for its cold winters (where temperatures fall below freezing), but also for its hot summers where temperatures can reach average highs of 24 degrees (or 35 degrees, like in 2019). But it’s fair to say that British summers are notoriously unpredictable, so wet-weather clothing is essential at any time of the year. The month of September is often a good time to visit as well, as the temperature is usually still warm, whilst being a little cooler than August in the evenings, making for a more comfortable stay. 

So, overall, whether a guest is in Shoreditch for business or leisure, the weather will hold many surprises for them.