Hotel Near Islington
Why Amhurst Hotel?
- Close to Islington (only 3.1 miles)
- Direct transport routes to Islington & Central London
|Bus||476 (Stamford Hill) to Packington Street. Walk to Islington||39mins||£|
|Tube||Manor House to Finsbury Park (Piccadilly, South). Finsbury Park to Highbury & Islington (Victoria, South)||mins||£|
- Cheap accommodation (From £35.00 per night)
- Families Welcome
- Early Check-in (1.00pm)
- Late Check-out (11.00am)
Islington is a bustling residential district in Inner London that has grown to be a sought-after accommodation prospect for celebrities, politicians and other famous personalities. Actor Colin Firth, musician Dido and former prime minister Tony Blair all lived in Islington at one point in their lives.
Locals exude a sense of satisfaction, with friendly people who greet you on the streets and a nice community filled with parks and commercial areas. The thriving neighbourhood also has magnificent architectural structures filled with history, letting you appreciate nice walks on elegant squares. You can marvel at the buildings which have maintained their Georgian design.
The bohemian area boasts of a great social scene, with people from all walks of life, from different cultures and backgrounds as well. It’s a great place to draw inspiration from, having been referenced in literature by renowned authors Neil Gaiman, Douglas Adams and Nick Hornby.
The Angel is a famous district in Islington filled with high end shops and classy restaurants, but you might want to try out the fine cuisine by the river. You can also experience a slice of celebrity by having dinner at Kings Head Theatre and Bar or the Elbow Room. Check out the schedule of shows at the Almeida Theatre the and Little Angel Theatre, then satiate your appetite for artistic creations at Islington Museum.
Islington also provides easy access to tourist hotspots such as Camden Market and Kings Cross. Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal FC, is just a few minutes away as well. Some shops sell precious and expensive antiques, reaffirming the status of Islington as a wealthy and classy area of London.