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For those who march to the beat of their own drum and can’t dream of being cooped up in the predictable chain hotel, this studio apartment in Shoreditch, London is the perfect place for you.
Embodying all of the energy and style of its trendy Hackney zip code, this studio apartment is perfect for the thrift store junkie. High ceilings and white walls pose as a canvas for unique and unforgettable design such as the oversized Union Jack flag and a sanctuary of pillows to curl up on while doing some arts and crafts or watching your favorite movie. The sleeping area is separated by a pink tiled partition, providing a sense of intimacy and leads to a full bathroom with towels and toiletries provided.
This apartment sits in the center of the eclectic neighborhood of Shoreditch on Fanshaw Street and Aske Street. The trendy East End neighborhood of Shoreditch is boutique shops and restaurants with a gritty, punk edge. Around every block is an opportunity to throw yourself into the outskirts of culture. Soar through the air in an acrobatics class at the National Centre for Circus Arts (450m/0.3mi). Remember video stores? Close-Up (1.3km/0.8mi) might not have your favorite blockbuster, but it is full of rare copies and shows experimental films and retrospectives. This is an absolute must for any film buff. For dinner, grab some breakfast at Cereal Killer Café (1.3km/0.8mi) where you can mix and match the most colorful and most marshmallow-filled cereals to give you a sugar high that will make your inner child proud.
Although we don’t suggest it, if you must, must leave Shoreditch, you can hop (or trapeze) onto the tube from the Hoxton Station to reach any of the other nooks and crannies and crumpets London has to offer (600m/0.4mi).