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A guide to staying in Canary Wharf

by John Saunders
16th Sep 21 3:23 pm

London is among the most popular city destinations in the world, rivalling the likes of New York, Paris and Singapore. Whether you are travelling for business or leisure, the city has something for every individual – thanks to its cultural diversity and range of districts. Canary Wharf is London’s most famous business district, home to many global finance and professional service corporations including Barclays, HSBC, KPMG and Morgan Stanley. As a result, the area has one of the most competitive commercial and residential real estate markets in the capital. But if you’re just visiting, you don’t have to worry about that. Read on to find out a little more about staying in Canary Wharf.


Canary Wharf has its own underground station on the Jubilee line which allows access to all other London Underground lines. Several bus routes also pass through the region offering a different way to get around on public transport. Or, if you fancy something a little more adventurous, there is ample bicycle parking available, along with connection to various cycle routes that span the city. You can even get on a river bus from Canary Wharf pier that drops you off in Central London, as well as other stops.


As you might expect with such a reputation for business, Canary Wharf is not short of accommodation options. The area offers a wide range of serviced apartments, hotels and hostels catering to every budget. With its central location on the River Thames, you can get amazing views down the river and across the wider city in some of the taller high-rise apartment buildings and hotels. Serviced apartments are worth considering if you plan on staying for more than a few nights, or if you want more space than a hotel room.

Food and drink

There are plenty of options when it comes to food and drink too. Canary Wharf is home to a diverse range of culinary experiences, from Japanese cuisine to American steakhouses. Whether you’re looking for a chat over brunch, a spectacular evening meal or rooftop drink – you can find just about everything in the area. If you’re on a tighter budget, you can find an array of cheap eats that are incredible value for money.

Attractions and activities

Canary Wharf has received significant investment in its retail landscape over recent years, now offering 5 malls with nearly 130 stores. Big brand and small designer stores can be found around the district, again catering to many different budgets and tastes. You can also try your hand at some water sports, including activities like paddleboarding and kayaking – if you’re brave enough to take to the water. For the more conservative visitors, Canary Wharf has the biggest collection of outdoor art in the UK, all of which is free to visit.

So, next time you’re visiting London, why not consider staying in Canary Wharf? You can find a wide range of accommodation options, food and drink providers, as well as local activities to keep you entertained during your stay.

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