Overlooked by two of London’s most famous landmarks, Tower Hill is as rich in history as it is in things to do, making it an excellent choice for those looking for serviced apartments in London.
Clarendon’s serviced apartments in Tower Hill
Despite what the name suggests, there isn’t a particularly significant hill in this area. What Tower Hill is actually famous for is it’s uniquely designed drawbridge and beautiful fortress, which are known as Tower Bridge and the Tower of London respectively. Staying in corporate accommodation in Tower Hill puts you on the doorstep of both of these iconic landmarks as well as areas such as Bank and St. Paul’s. Convenient for commuting but slightly out of the business bubble, it’s a well-placed area for both work and play and with a station on the Docklands Light Railway, it’s easy to navigate your way to east London.
Clarendon’s top tips for living in Tower Hill
Living so close to the river, residents of corporate serviced apartments in Tower Hill will have a breath-taking route right on their doorstep. Whether cycling, running or walking to the east or west, you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of some of London’s most magnificent structures, such as the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye.
As this area also forms part of the City of London, you’ll be well placed to commute into Bank, which is just over half a mile away. Being so close to some of the city’s most prestigious schools, it’s also an excellent choice for families looking at long term stays and relocations.
Clarendon’s guide to living in Tower Hill
Rising up from the banks of the river at the base of Tower Bridge, the Tower of London is one of the most exciting and historic buildings in London. Originally built by William the Conqueror, the fortress is most famous for its past occupation as a prison and for being the home of the Crown Jewels, which can be seen today displayed in all their glory. This is where Anne Boleyn awaited her execution; where King Richard III locked the two young princes and where Guy Fawkes was detained after the Gunpowder Plot – with such history to be explored, there’s plenty to occupy multiple visits.
One of the best ways to take in the majesty of Tower Bridge is by booking an outdoor table at one of multiple riverside restaurants close by, where you can relax over a meal and watch as the bridge is raised and lowered for the boats that pass through. Those opting for long stay serviced apartments in Tower Hill may wish to explore neighbouring Whitechapel, which is famous for its excellent Indian food.
For designer labels, high street brands and plenty of gift ideas, Westfield Shopping Centre in Stratford City is on hand just under thirty minutes away by train.
Clarendon’s verdict on living in Tower Hill
Overlooking the River Thames and Tower Bridge, serviced apartments in Tower Hill benefit from incredible views. Each Clarendon property enjoys modern facilities and has been chosen with safety and comfort in mind, allowing residents to focus on exploring this iconic area.
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