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Holiday Inn London - Whitechapel London
Holiday Inn London - Whitechapel
London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel   from £71 38% off
5 Cavell Street, E1 2BP | 19 minutes walk in EC3
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Courthouse Hotel Shoreditch
London > Hotels > Luxury Chain Hotel 335-337 Old Street, EC1V 9LL | 22 minutes walk in EC3
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Rosewood London London
Rosewood London
London > Hotels > Luxury Chain Hotel 252 High Holborn, WC1V 7EN | 32 minutes walk in EC3
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The eastern side of the City of London sitting by the Thames is simply steeped in history. The plush hotels may be the ideal choice for business travellers but just wandering around the centuries-old landmarks will dust off the scene of a bygone London. Aldgate was literally the gate through the London Wall out to the east but, of course, there was another way into this side of the City - but one you were unlikely to come out of - as Edward I's water gate into the Tower of London was increasingly used as an entrance for prisoners accused of treason, later known as Traitors' Gate. Over on the western side of the district Leadenhall Market is a glorious example of Victorian architecture but also an historic marketplace since Roman times, and still trading today. Architect Sir Horace Jones was also responsible for nearby Old Billingsgate Market - now an events venue - which overlooks the Thames. For more overlooking opportunities climb the 311 steps of London's Doric column The Monument, built in the 1670s to commemorate the Great Fire of London; and bringing the City's architecture bang up-to-date is 30 St Mary Axe, best known as The Gherkin, one of London's most iconic, super-sleek structures. More

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