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Built in the 1980s on the site of the former West India Docks, this shiny financial centre is big with bankers – if you’re one of them, or just looking for the best hotels in Canary Wharf, look no further. Bonuses can be spent in the plethora of bars and restaurants underneath those skyscrapers: we like glass-and-metal restaurant Plateau in Canada Place for its beautifully presented contemporary European cuisine, and Boisdale of Canary Wharf, which does a nice tongue-in-cheek homage to Scottish gentlemen’s clubs, with nightly live music. End an evening with a drink in a snug at historical Docklands pub The Gun and, if you must leave, the Jubilee line and DLR will get you where you need to go. Here's our pick of the best hotels near Canary Wharf.
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