There are a lot of things to consider when choosing where to stay on a holiday if you want to make sure you get the best place possible for your needs.Do you want 5 star hotels in London or do you need a more budget options?Do you want to be in the vibrant East End or do you fancy the more slick and stylish West End? Finally, and very importantly, how do you plan to get to your hotel and how do you get from there to the rest of London? It’s a lot to consider so we’ve decided to make things a bit easier for you with a breakdown of the major transport routes to and from the London City Suites by Montcalm.
There are two major Railway stations in the area that connect you primarily to the Great Northern Rail Line, Moorgate Railway Station and Old Street Railway Station. Both are less than ten minutes’ walk from the London City Suites by Montcalm on Chiswell Street. The two stops grant access to the Hertford and Welwyn lines that head up well north of London via Finsbury Park. From these lines it is easy to transfer over to Northern Lines that head up to Cambridge, Peterborough, Ely and King’s Lynn.
If you want to get around London quickly your best bet is definitely catching a ride on the Tube. Major routes like the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Central lines all run through the centre of London and hit most of the major shopping, business and tourist destinations. The tube really is your best option for quickly getting around the city. Mooregate tube station and Old Street both provide useful links onto the major tube lines, as do the Barbican and Liverpool Street Underground stations.A slightly longer walk will get you to Shoreditch High Street for access to the Overground Rail, and Bank for the District Light Rail. The London City Suites by Montcalm are situated neatly between a London’s central business district and one of the major night life hubs, making it an easy place to get to.
Busses and Bikes
As with the tube, there are a lot of useful bus routes that run through the area. There are a lot of routes that run from the area around Mooregate to the centre of London and around the rest of the East End area. The bus is also the best way to get around London if you aren’t in a rush as it offers nice views of the city and is less crowded than the tubes.If you are looking for more intimate ways to experience the city then you can’t go wrong with the Santander bikes available for hire from stands throughout the area.