Hotels near Camden

With its brightly painted buildings and unique shops, Camden is one of London’s most vibrant areas. A favourite of Londoners and tourists alike, there’s something for everyone in Camden. Whether you want to amble through stunning parks and canal paths during the day or get a taste of nightlife with a gig at the Roundhouse, get swept up in everything Camden has to offer.
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Where is Camden in London?

Camden is a borough in central London. It's home to several of the city's most popular attractions, as well as parks and canals that serve as surprisingly quiet beauty spots in the middle of the city. On the tube, the Northern line services Camden. Mornington Crescent and Camden Town are handy stations if you want to head to the area from other parts of the city. Nearby Camden Road has an overground station if you travel to the area on the train.

What is Camden famous for?

Camden Town is best known for Camden Market and being an artsy, creative area that's always buzzing. With street art on every corner and an unbeatable live music scene, Camden Town is a must-see on any trip to London. The Borough of Camden is also packed with iconic destinations, from Regent's Park to the British Museum. Check out ALL – Accor Live Limitless hotels in Camden to fill your stay in London with activities from day to night.

Things to do in Camden

It's easy to see why Camden Market attracts 250,000 people each week. Head to the market at Camden Lock for an eclectic range of shops where you can buy crafts, clothes and everything in between. You'll find over 1,000 stalls stretching along the Regent's Canal, with plenty of places to stop and eat.

1. Camden Market

One of London's eight Royal Parks, Regent's Park is one of the city's most beautiful open spaces. It's the perfect place to escape the city and immerse yourself in nature with picturesque tree-lined paths, children's playgrounds, and a boating lake.

2. Regent's Park

Primrose Hill is a Grade II-listed park which connects to Regent's Park on the fringes of Camden Town. The walk to the top is rewarded with peaceful picnic spots and an unbeatable view of London's skyline.

3. Primrose Hill

While in Camden, it's worth taking a stroll along Regent's Canal, which stretches over eight miles from Paddington to Limehouse. Some of its prettiest walking routes pass through Camden! Find the canal path in Regent's Park and stroll to Camden Lock to see the famous market.

4. Regent's Canal

Camden is also home to some of the UK's best-known cultural institutions. The British Library is one of the world's largest libraries, with over 14 million books. Check ahead of your visit to see which exhibitions are on, or peruse the library's many collections, from handwritten Beatles lyrics to manuscripts of famous novels. The British Library is the perfect destination for anyone wanting to add a slice of history to their London visit. If that's not enough, the British Museum is a ten-minute walk away, too.

5. The British Library

Whether you pick up some food at Camden Market or eat in a restaurant, Camden is full of options to suit everybody. Some of the best restaurants in Camden include:* Mildreds Camden* Daphne Restaurant* Il Sugo* Frida Camden* The Blues Kitchen* Three Uncles Camden* Rossopomodoro Camden* Jamon Jamon Camden* For drinks, try:* Lockside Camden* The Good Mixer* All About Eve

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