Area Facts - Old Street, London
Old Street is a vibrant, urban district just north of Islington and, thanks to its trendy neighbours Shoreditch and Hoxton, attracts the arty London crowds. This neighbourhood has drawn both established and start-up IT companies, resulting in the development of The Silicon Roundabout, a globally recognised technology hub. The demand for serviced apartments in Old Street from business travellers has surged due to this influx of digital firms.
As London's tech centre, there are several cafés where you can work on your laptop, relax, or read a book if you'd prefer. For this, The Ozone and the Shoreditch Grind are excellent cafes. For art lovers, the Shoreditch Bridge is well-known for being a street canvas for works by several well-known artists, including Jef Aerosol and Banksy, who has produced multiple artworks on the bridge. If you enjoy cycling, visit Look Mum No Hands. They offer a wonderful outside area to sit and enjoy nice weather with food and a coffee before cycling back to your short stay serviced apartment in Old Street. They even have full-time mechanics working upstairs to assist with flat tyres and answer any questions regarding your bikes. The Clove Club is one of Old Street’s foodie hotspots and is a private dining establishment that serves superb food and entertaining music. The Boundary is another favourite, serving everything from breakfast to late-night drinks at the bar.
For business travellers, SilverDoor offers a wide variety of the finest serviced apartments in Old Street. Get in touch for a tailored selection of serviced accommodation options, for your next trip to Old Street.