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Whether you're here for its dynamic street life, world class galleries or famed curry houses, you're bound to be wowed by the uniquely cosmopolitan flavor of Whitechapel. Long gone are the days when Jack the Ripper stalked its streets. And despite his mysterious legacy bringing throngs of curiosity driven tour groups to its back alleys and otherwise serene garden squares, these days you're more likely to catch a cutting edge fashionista scurrying through its age old lanes than criminals of any sort.
Enjoyed visiting this gallery for the Radical Figures exhibition that is currently on. Also visited the various other free exhibitions that are on which really reflect the local community. Staff were friendly and it was really busy when we were there. It is next to Shoreditch Tube station but we walked there from Liverpool Street Station and were able to...
"One of the Best 'Off the Beaten Track' Museums in London"
reviewed October 9, 2019 by MindtheGap1996to2019
A hidden gem, free to enter but please consider donating a pound to this wonderful small volunteer-run space that must be preserved for future generations. Excellent range of publications and what could be more interesting than Joseph Merrick and Frederick Treves? The walk itself through the area from the city is worth the time. Please ring ahead of visiting.
I read the reviews of Whitechurch passage so was compelled to visit myself. To quote photographer Jasna Bencic "All around us there are views, colours, moments, tiny cracks in the matrix of ordinary, sometimes brief yet stunningly clear". I think this sums up my visit very well.
A visit to Whitechurch Passage raises more questions than answers. If you believe...
Cozy restaurant with a relaxing decor and ambience. Many interesting items on the menu. Some are innovative. We came here for breakfast and liked every dish that was served. We came another time and were not disappointed. Good and friendly service.
My new fave lunch spot. This was my first early evening visit and it was perfect for a casual biz catch up - buzzy but not too loud. Like the reasonable wine on tap with tasty snacks to share. The broccoli dish is an unlikely winner.
Looking for an early Sunday breakfast, found this gem. The food was very good and great value. As we were there early had the whole place to ourselves. Like the Big English Breakfast better than. The pancake but good to have so many variety to try and taste. Afterwards walked to Brick Lane to visit the Sunday markets.
I selected this hotel for a one night stay to visit the Sky Garden and the Tutankhamun exhibition , and was very pleased I did.
The hotel is close to two Tube stations and even more convenient , on the 205 bus route from outside King's Cross. The hotel is visible from the bus stop at St Botolph Street..
We had a wonderful stay here for 4 nights. All the staff were friendly and welcoming. Perfectly located a few minutes walk from the underground and 10 minutes or so from Tower Bridge and the Tower of London.
Our room was lovely and clean and the bed was super comfortable.
thankful for this hotel! we have a large group that could only stay for 12 hours, and they were ready with our keys as we checked in & even provided breakfast when we had to leave at 4 am. I would recommend this hotel!
Stayed here whilst on business in a Superior King Room.
Nice and clean, very big bed, comfy but a little firm. Wet room with rainfall shower, good.
Rooms are small as as the picture suggest the room is the width of the bed, so if you are wanting more space then this isn't for you.
Had dinner in the restaurant,...
I was very impressed with the cleanliness of the room and hotel. Our cleaner was Mirabela so well done to her for her efforts. Nice lounge area and friendly staff. Close to the tube. Would definitely recommend.