Hackney's best hotels give you access to a brilliant range of things to do. For musos, there’s cool music venue Oslo, the happening Moth Club (where Lady Gaga played a secret set earlier this year), and Dalston’s groundbreaking Café Oto. Foodies can’t get enough of excellent global restaurants, while shoppers swoon (and wallets scream) at Broadway Market (for food and independent retailers), the Fashion Hub (for high-end labels), and the burgeoning artists’ enclave at Hackney Wick (for off-beat original art).
London Fields is a little oasis of green, blessed with an open-air Olympic-sized pool, while popular Victoria Park regularly hosts some of London’s coolest festivals, including Field Day and Lovebox. The borough’s hotels are as eclectic as its cultural life, and our top choices should provide a great base from which to enjoy it all. Here are the best hotels in Hackey.
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The best hotels in Hackney
In an unprepossessing new block on Amhurst Road, Travelodge Hackney is a quietish option but, being a minute’s walk from Oslo and Hackney Central station, still close to the action. Smart, contemporary accommodation, from £54, has king-sized beds and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Family rooms have baths wifi costs (£3 for 24 hours), so does the breakfast box (£4.95), so we recommend heading for E5 Bakehouse or one of excellent Mare Street cafés for both.
Things to do in Hackney
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