East London's Best Hotels

Looking for somewhere to stay in the City? Perhaps you're here on business, have come to party at some of Shoreditch and Hackney's best nightclubs, or just fancy embracing your inner tourist with a trip to the Tower Of London. Whatever the case, the capital is brimming with a host of sophisticated, cool and quirky sleeps, boasting killer bars and restaurants to match. See for yourself with our list of hotels in East London for all your minibreak needs.

Dorsett City Hotel

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An uber-luxe East London hotel, Dorsett City manages to dish up stunning panoramic vistas across London from its 14th-floor terrace bar, Jin Bo Law, whilst still remaining in amongst all the action. Step outside the Aldgate East hotel and you'll find a mass of galleries, markets and boutiques on your doorstep. Although with two restaurants, a 24-hour gym and a rooftop bar and event space, there's really no need to leave.

One of the best hotels in East London, incredible cityscape views, a rooftop terrace, a gym and a pool are all up for grabs at this stunning space in Canary Wharf. If that wasn't enough, Novotel also touts Bōkan, an award-winning restaurant, as well as being ideally located only a few minutes walk from the underground, with easy access to the O2 Arena and Greenwich.

Apex Hotel

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Apex Hotel is situated in the City, giving guests a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle. Step inside the Tower Bridge hotel and you'll find a spa, 24-hour gym and suave rooms all at your beck and call. Their in-house restaurant and bar, The Lampery, also whips up elegant bites and a tasty afternoon tea at the East London hotel.

Boundary Hotel

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Located in a converted Victorian warehouse, Boundary London is a seriously cool and intimate Shoreditch hotel on Redchurch Street. The boutique spot has 17 bespoke bedrooms along with an all-day cafe, bar and rooftop restaurant featuring breathtaking views across the surrounding area. They've even got their own grocery.

The Culpeper

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The Culpeper may appear to be a traditional boozer from the street view, however, once inside you'll see that this Brick Lane gem is much more than that. Housing a pub, restaurant, charming rooms and a rooftop garden across four floors, this enchanting hotel is brimming with authentic London vibes.