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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Docklands Riverside London
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Docklands Riverside
London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel   from £67 40% off
265 Rotherhithe Street, SE16 5HW | 10 minutes walk in Limehouse
The only hotel in London with its own pier, the DoubleTree by Hilton London Docklands Riverside offers views across London's iconic River Thames. Taking inspiration from More
Canary Riverside Plaza Hotel London
Canary Riverside Plaza Hotel
London > Hotels > Luxury Chain Hotel   from £200 29% off
46 Westferry Circus, E14 8RS | 11 minutes walk in Limehouse
The Canary Riverside Plaza Hotel contains spacious, luxurious rooms and suites with every comfort available, including a giant marble bath, two-line speaker phones and stunning walnut More
Holiday Inn London - Whitechapel London
Holiday Inn London - Whitechapel
London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel   from £43 22% off
5 Cavell Street, E1 2BP | 17 minutes walk in Limehouse
Perfectly located in the heart of the East End, this new generation Holiday Inn offers a quiet retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the More

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Hotels in Limehouse

The name 'Limehouse' is often wrongly thought to be derived from the nickname for British sailors, or 'limeys'. In fact, the name relates to the local lime kilns that served shipping in the London Docks back in the 14th century. A former marshland, the area of Limehouse became a significant port in late medieval times and soon the shipbuilding, rope-making and merchant industries thrived. In 1820 the Limehouse Basin opened as the Regent's Canal Dock, connecting the Thames and the canal system. Limehouse was the site of the first London case of cholera in 1832, while both Charles Dickens and Thomas Burke describe the area's notorious opium dens. The term 'Limehousing' means to make an incendiary political speech, and followed an attack on the House of Lords made by Chancellor David Lloyd George in 1909. Contemporary residents include the actor Sir Ian McKellen and the journalist Matthew Parris, while celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey owns the popular gastropub, The Narrow. More

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There are 2 recommended places to stay within a 15 minutes walk from Limehouse:

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Docklands Riverside ( 10 minutes)

Canary Riverside Plaza Hotel ( 11 minutes)

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