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    Best Places to Stay in London

    26 Nov 2019
    • Blog
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    Ahh, London. It’s a sprawling metropolis, right? Well, not quite. As all Londoners know, our capital is actually more of a collection of little neighbourhoods, each with its own unique character and vibe.

    That’s why, at Native, we pride ourselves on knowing all our areas inside out, giving you the chance to live like a local, no matter which of our apartments you choose.

    With 17 properties across London, there’s something for everyone. So, here’s our best places to stay with Native, to help you choose your neighbourhood.

    Like bustling markets and historical intrigue? You’ll love Borough & Southwark

    London Borough Market

    Famous for being right on the Thames and playing host to London’s biggest and best food market, Borough and the rest of Southwark are full of things to see, learn, eat and do. Along the river you’ll find Shakespeare’s Globe, the Golden Hinde (the first English ship to cross the globe), as well as tiny family-run restaurants, quirky pop-up craft shops and smart independent art galleries.

    Where are you staying?
    Native Bankside

    Like serene green and a royal welcome? You’ll love Hyde Park

    London Hyde Park

    The largest of London’s Royal Parks, it connects some of the city’s best loved areas. There’s Bayswater to the north, Mayfair to the east and Knightsbridge to the south, to name but a few. The park itself is a heavenly expanse of calm green space, with a lake you can swim in, sculptures, water features and a gallery. There’s also the Serpentine Pavilion – a stunning temporary structure designed by a different, carefully selected, artist each year. All just a ten minute walk from Oxford Street.

    Where are you staying?
    Native Hyde Park
    Native Mayfair

    Like tradition and innovation? You’ll love the City of London

    London St Pauls

    The City is delightfully contradictory. It’s where old meets new, formal meets quirky and quintessential Britishness meets the global economy. Gone are the bowler hats and bumbershoots, but that big business energy still pervades the whole district, bringing a celebratory vibe to the restaurants, bars, pubs and clubs where the suited and booted go to toast the end of the workday.

    Where are you staying?
    Native Aldgate East
    Native Bank
    Native Cannon Street
    Native St Paul’s
    Native Monument
    Native City
    Native Tower Hill
    Native Fenchurch Street

    Like glitz and glamour? You’ll love the West End

    Regent Street London

    From the bright lights of Theatreland to the cobbled streets of Seven Dials, the West End is what most people think of when they think of London. Taking in some of the city’s busiest and most sought after neighbourhoods, here you’ll be in the very heart of London’s entertainment scene, with theatres, cinemas, concert venues, street performances and galleries at every turn.

    Where are you staying?
    Native Covent Garden

    Like hipster chic and stunning street art? You’ll love Hoxton & Shoreditch

    East London Labour and Wait

    The home of London’s East End renaissance, the Hoxton and Shoreditch area has gone from forgotten neighbourhood to the epicentre of inner-city cool. Teeming with pop-ups, markets, microbreweries, cafés, artistry and ever changing spaces, there’s an achingly hip experience around every corner.

    Where are you staying?
    Native Hoxton
    Native Shoreditch

    Like leafy streets and waterside walks? You’ll love Fulham

    Fulham London

    Dotted with pretty parks, antique shops, cafés and crafts, Fulham has a creative countryside vibe even in the heart of London’s Zone 2. The beautiful Fulham Palace is well worth a visit, as are any of the brilliant gastro pubs, while culture vultures will flock to the London Theatre Workshop and the Grapefruit Gallery.

    Where are you staying?
    Native Fulham

    Like riverside restaurants and shining skyscrapers? You’ll love Canary Wharf

    Canary Wharf London

    Londoners know that there’s more to Canary Wharf than big banks and stockbrokers. Amidst the glittering high-rises and ultra-modern shopping centres you’ll discover dozens of unforgettable foodie finds and top notch bars, as well as museums, parks and London’s famous Billingsgate fish market.

    Where are you staying?
    Native Canary Wharf

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