Dalston might be the cool kids’ latest enclave, thanks to buzzing nightlife, trendy bars and destination restaurants, but amid the shonky furniture outlets and drab charity shops, high quality accommodation is still thin on the ground. That's why we've rounded up the best hotels in Dalston to make life a million times easier. From budget to eclectic, these rare finds are guaranteed to sort you out with a good night's sleep.
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The best hotels in Dalston
A cool option that’s well placed for Dalston and Hackney shenanigans (ear-plugs provided)
An atmospheric location on busy Mare Street. Ten funky boutique rooms located above a nineteenth-century pub.
Looking rather more like a shop than a hotel, with an Indian restaurant downstairs, Avo lies in the heart of Dalston, close to the Overground station, Dalston Curve Garden and hotspots like music venue Café Oto. Rooms are ‘bijou’ in estate agent-speak, but have tea- and coffee-making facilities, and bathrooms are supplied with Elemis toiletries and dressing gowns. Indian takeaways can be ordered to your room.
Just a minute’s walk to Dalston Junction Overground, this Premier Inn is in a modern, if undistinguished, block with comfortable, spacious accommodation, and the added benefit of Hypnos beds and power showers. With prices starting from just over £50 per room, and free breakfast for kids, this is one of cheapest options in the area. Wifi is free, and there’s parking nearby from £7.20 per day.
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