Hotels in Hackney
Bordered by green spaces to the east and Islington to the west, the London Borough of Hackney is known for its markets, excellent range of cafés, bars and restaurants, and numerous attractions and entertainment venues. We have a range of Hackney hotels to choose from, each one close to the heart of the action in this bustling part of the capital.
You'll find no shortage of things to see and do while in Hackney. London Fields attracts plenty of locals and visitors alike when the sun is shining and this wonderful park is the perfect place to unwind and escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Take your swimming costume along and fit in a few lengths of the London Fields Lido if you're feeling energetic.
Bringing the countryside into central London, Hackney City Farm allows visitors to get close to a huge range of farmyard animals and learn about farming in an urban location. If you've worked up a thirst exploring the area, consider a tour around London Fields Brewery, which started making craft beers in 2011.
Want to find out more about the history of Hackney and what it was like to live here in times gone by? National Trust-owned Sutton House was built in 1535 by a prominent courtier of Henry VIII. The Tudor building's original carved fireplaces and oak panelled rooms are open to the public and offer a fascinating glimpse of life in the 16th century.
If it's evening entertainment you're interested in then be sure to look what's on at the famous Hackney Empire. Built as a theatre in 1901, the building has been used as a television studio, bingo hall and now, once again, a live entertainment venue. The varied programme of events regularly covers everything from opera to comedy nights.
Held every Saturday, Broadway Market offers a wonderful mix of styles and cultures and there is always a huge variety of stalls offering something for everyone. Join the 20,000 other people who help make the weekly event such a vibrant and colourful success by picking up some organic fruit and veg, original clothing, or perhaps a unique piece of jewellery.
The borough is also home to a large number of independent businesses, from bookshops and fashion boutiques to artisan bakers and record stores. Find your dream pair of shoes at Black Truffle or drop by Pages of Hackney for your next piece of classic fiction.
Eating and drinking
Buy some organic sourdough bread from E5 Bakehouse or savour the best Turkish dishes in town at Mangal 1 Ocakbasi Restaurant. Whatever your tastes, you'll find something in Hackney to suit when it comes to eating out.
For a traditional pub experience turn to the Prince George on Parkholme Road, the Cock Tavern on Mare Street, or maybe the chic Cat & Mutton on the corner of Broadway Market. Bistrotheque is a trendy loft-restaurant serving modern European classics, or you might like to try A Little Of What You Fancy on Kingsland Road, for an informal atmosphere and inventive menu.
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