Spring is on its way, and at this time of year East London starts to come into its own. With an endless array of high-quality markets, restaurants, independent shops, cafes, bars, galleries, and open spaces, this part of town deserves its reputation as the cultural and artistic heart of London.
Got a day to spend with us in March? Here’s some tips for what to do in East London:
If you’re new to this part of town, March is the perfect time to check out the Columbia Road Flower Market – a bustling, vibrant market full of… you guessed it, beautiful flowers! And plants, herbs and myriad other beautiful things to brighten up a Spring day.
Next up, for those of you with kids, check out a hidden gem in East London – Hackney City Farm, a short stroll from the flower market. Alternatively, you could head to one of London’s largest parks, Victoria Park, just down the road from The East London Hotel. One of London’s oldest and most popular parks, you’ll find it easy to while away the hours enjoying pleasant Spring weather.
Feeling peckish? Sager + Wilde, on Paradise Row just next to The East London Hotel is a great place to unwind with a drink and a some highly-rated gastronomy.
If you fancy a nightcap, you’ll find our relaxing, laid-back bar the ideal place to round off a busy day. And at the end of it all, relax in the comfort of your room at The East London Hotel – with Apple TV as standard (if you’ve got the energy for it!)