Housed within a restored Victorian building, on Central London’s east side, these beautifully furnished apartments feature a fully equipped kitchen for those who prefer to prepare their own meals. A fitness corner is also found onsite for those who are keen to maintain their excercise regime. A stroll away, guests can explore Upper Islington’s shopping precinct, including Camden Passage a delightful area filled with antique shops, markets and restaurants, or jump on the tube at Angel tube station, five minutes away on foot.
Why we recommend the St Mark’s Apartments
- Intimate Victorian apartment hotel
- Fully-equipped kitchens and modern furnishings
- Short walk from shopping and dining
- Easy access to transport
- Convenint stroll from markets and entertainment
Attractions near the St Mark’s Apartments
To market, to market
Take a five-minute walk from your apartment to Camden Passage and get ready for some spectacular antique shopping. Antique collectors and dealers have been gathering in Camden for more than half a century and these days Camden Passage is also home to a range of boutiques and shops, which accommodate bargain-hunters.
There are four separate market areas, each with a different focus, from books and retro clothing to antique collectibles. Wander through Annie’s Antique and Vintage Market, Camden Passage Market, Charlton Place Market and Pierrepont Market. Check out which days and times each is on, as trading hours may vary. With plenty of restaurants, cafes and traditional pubs serving hearty English fare and local beer, it’s a full day of adventure.
Look through the eyes of Londoners
The ever-popular Museum of London helps you learn the history of this great city and its inhabitants thanks to a range of diverse collections. Wander through the interconnected galleries and take in a collection of more than 5,000 Roman coins, a series of historic Suffragette prints and objects, and more than 1,000 theatrical portraits. And that’s just to start.
This is also the ideal spot for some souvenir shopping, as the museum’s shop is stacked full of books about London, gifts, and plenty of postcards, posters and prints to remember your holiday. Entry is free and the museum is open to visitors every day.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Laundry room||Swimming pool|
|Health club or gym||Day spa|
|Parking cost applicable|
|Microwave (some rooms)||Refrigerator|
|Internet (wireless)||Cable TV|
|Tea and coffee making facilities||Kitchenette|
|Internet (common wireless)||Non-smoking|