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Welcome to the

Canary Wharf

Neighbourhood

Skyscrapers, cocktail bars and river boat cruises.

Welcome to Canary Wharf, there’s more to our financial district than just sky scrapers. Here you’ll find restaurants good enough to challenge any area of the city in the shape of Chai Ki and Plateau, bars such as Boisdale and Brodie’s and shopping at Cabot and Jubilee Place. There are cultural hotspots too with Canada Square Park hosting summer concerts and a winter ice-skating rink.

If you’re still wanting more, pop on the DLR to Greenwich for a village brimming in history. There’s The Maritime Museum, brilliant boozers such as the Gipsy Moth, markets, London stalwarts like Goddards - Jellied eel pie, anyone? And boutique cafes in the form of Champagne and Fromage. Welcome to the neighbourhood, enjoy!

Canary Wharf.

Canary Wharf Neighbourhood
Canary Wharf is well connected by the Jubilee Line, London Overground and Docklands Light Railway (DLR). Your nearest DLR station is South Quay, which takes you to Central London (Bank Station) in only 20 minutes.

Our neighbourhood heroes.

We've hand-picked the best places to visit while staying with us so you can feel like a Native in no time. Take a look at our favourite locals in Canary Wharf.

Our neighbourhood heroes.

We've hand-picked the best places to visit while staying with us so you can feel like a Native in no time. Take a look at our favourite locals in Canary Wharf.

What we love about our neighbourhood.

“Canary Wharf has transformed in the years I’ve lived here. Fantastic shopping, plenty of restaurants and dock-side bars make this a great place to meet friends and it’s nice and quiet at weekends.”

Peter,
Finance

“Don’t underestimate the joy of Canary Wharf. It has sports and entertainment venues and a great selection of restaurants. It’s definitely worth a visit to see a different side of London!”

Lindsay
Lindsay,
Operations

“Canary Wharf has always been known for its corporate feel, but since the arrival of Crossrail Place it’s now a convenient area to go for drinks and a bite to eat.”

Rajiv
Rajiv,
Lettings

What we love about our neighbourhood.

“Canary Wharf has always been known for its corporate feel, but since the arrival of Crossrail Place it’s now a convenient area to go for drinks and a bite to eat.”

Rajiv
Rajiv,
Lettings

“Don’t underestimate the joy of Canary Wharf. It has sports and entertainment venues and a great selection of restaurants. It’s definitely worth a visit to see a different side of London!”

Lindsay
Lindsay,
Operations

“Canary Wharf has transformed in the years I’ve lived here. Fantastic shopping, plenty of restaurants and dock-side bars make this a great place to meet friends and it’s nice and quiet at weekends.”

Peter,
Finance

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Native Reviews

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