Staying at the New Road Hotel be it for business or pleasure ensures you are well located from some of London’s most iconic landmarks and also the East End’s colourful history.
The hotel is located on New Road, just a short 3-minute walk from Whitechapel tube station and very close to The Royal London Hospital.
Getting to us and getting around the city couldn’t be easier, we have a Santander Cycle location outside our front door – for more information visit: https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/cycling/santander-cycles.
Whitechapel Tube Station and DLR Station are a short 3-minute walk from the hotel enabling you to access Excel, Docklands, City Airport and further afield. For more information, plan your visit or download a map visit: https://tfl.gov.uk/travel-information/visiting-london/getting-around-london/visitor-maps
There is so much to see and do within the East End of London and the DLR gives you easy accessibility to get around. Here are a few of our favourite places to visit:
Trinity Buoy Wharf is a hidden gem with a fascinating history with its riverside location, this is London’s only lighthouse and a hub for local arts and crafts.
Mudchute Park & Farm again free to visit this working community farm is set in 32 acres of countryside in the heart of East London.
The Theatre Royal Stratford East is a people’s theatre in the heart of the community for over 130 years, offering music, comedy and drama
Billingsgate Fish Market requires an early start but well worth a visit
Spitalfields Market, one of London’s oldest markets dating back to 1666, with 110 stalls in encompasses the old and new market, a great place to pick up a bargain or an unusual gift.
Whitechapel Gallery is one of London’s premier venues for displaying contemporary art.
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