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Hotel accommodation in Camden Town

We’d only really recommend staying in Camden if you’re young and you know you’re going to enjoy all the lively pubs and clubs. This is music central, a very eclectic and arty part of town with some of the capital’s best street markets. It’s definitely worth seeing the lock and high street (which reminds us of a beach front street), but maybe spending a whole week here will be a bit much.

The only tourist attractions that are really within walking distance are London Zoo, Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill. You might like to walk down the canal path to Little Venice as well.

Holiday Inn London – Camden Lock

Star rating:
30 Jamestown Road, Camden Town, London NW1 7BY
Tel: +44 (0) 207 485 4343
Hotel facilities:
130 rooms, restaurant, bar, luggage storage, laundry, fitness centre, 2 PM check-in, 11 AM check-out
Room facilities:
Ensuite bathroom with bath/shower, TV, desk, tea and coffee, Wi-Fi, blackout curtains, hairdryer, iron, cot (on request), safe, air conditioning. interconnecting rooms

You can definitely get a hotel closer to the centre of town for the price, but Camden is a very lively area with lots of eclectic shops and some popular street markets. Primrose Hill, Regent&8217;s Park and London Zoo are all within a short 15 minute walk

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