Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Clerkenwell

Our range of luxury serviced apartments in Clerkenwell have been handpicked with business travellers in mind. Corporates can enjoy the luxury of a fully equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a home-away-from-home while they are away from theirs. Situ's corporate Clerkenwell apartments are located close to the area's centre, and bookers can even enter addresses into our website to check travel times between work locations and their property.
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About Clerkenwell


Clerkenwell is one of London’s youngest neighbourhoods, where the creative arts flourish and many of the locals truly immerse themselves in the dining and drinking scene.

About Clerkenwell

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Clerkenwell?

The key to any successful business trip is booking the right place to stay, but often the experience of hotels and B&Bs can be underwhelming.

However, staying in a serviced apartment in Clerkenwell could be what you are looking for and will provide an altogether much more fulfilling experience. In Situ's Clerkenwell apartments, a corporate will have full access to everything they need. Facilities that are offered in both long and short-term serviced accommodation include on-site washing machines, fully equipped kitchens, spacious dining and living rooms, homely bedrooms, free Wi-Fi, and allocated parking spaces.

Other services and amenities potentially included in Clerkenwell serviced apartments are housekeeping services, private gardens, laundry services on-site gyms and restaurants. All in all, our ideally located serviced apartments in Clerkenwell are adapted to make guests feel like they are staying in their very own ‘home-away-from-home’, where they can live and work independently, without hassle.

Where is Clerkenwell?

Clerkenwell is just about as central a location as it is possible to find. The area is directly adjacent to the City of London, to the northwest of the financial district. For instance, the Bank of England is just one mile from the heart of Clerkenwell. Clerkenwell is also in the Borough of Islington as opposed to the City itself.

The population of Clerkenwell is approximately 13,500, and many of the local population live in apartments in converted warehouses. The local population is significantly younger than the national average.

There are several Underground and Overground stations in the area, with connections to most areas across the heart of London, and mainline stations Euston, King’s Cross and St Pancras are all within two miles of Clerkenwell.

Business & Economy in Clerkenwell

It is claimed that Clerkenwell has more creative businesses and architects per square mile than anywhere else in the world. This is celebrated every year during Clerkenwell Design Week – a series of showroom events, exhibitions, and special installations.

It might be a cliché, but this area really is young and hip! The average age of a Clerkenwell resident is several years lower than in the UK as a whole; and noticeably lower than the London median average as well. The area is on the edge of London’s student heartland.

Moreover, unemployment in Clerkenwell is lower than in Islington collectively and lower than the rate for the entirety of London. With that in mind, the area is set to become a much more attractive business location with the arrival of the Elizabeth line (formerly called Crossrail). Farringdon station in Clerkenwell will be one of the stops on this line. This will, for the first time, deliver a direct connection between all of London’s main employment centres, including Heathrow, Paddington, the West End, the City and Canary Wharf.

Business support organisations in the area include;

  • BNI Clerkenwell – which hosts guest speakers and allows members to network and gain referrals.
  • Islington Chamber of Commerce – which organises regular networking events, workshops, seminars, and educational programmes.

Ultimately, for whatever reason you are visiting the area, whether it is to relocate your company or for a small networking event, just know that there are many top-quality, serviced apartments in Clerkenwell available that can cater for your business travel plans.

Things to do in Clerkenwell

Clerkenwell is home to two fantastic markets. Exmouth Market is a large food market, and several cafes can be found in and around the market. Leather Lane Market sells food and clothing every weekday.

The area is home to some lovely old pubs, such as Lenin’s former haunt of The Crown. Many other drinking establishments enjoy Grade II Listed status, including the Jerusalem, the Betsey Trotwood, the Peasant, and the Rosebery. Ask For Janice is a bar with a massive selection of gins, alongside a menu of sharing plates, while The Green is a well-regarded gastropub. Foodies can also head to Anglo for British fine dining, or Coach for authentic French fare.

Some of London’s most peaceful spots can be found in the areas surrounding the Inns of Court, and in Clerkenwell, you will find one of these - Gray’s Inn Fields. The area is also home to several magnificent Georgian squares, including Claremont and Myddelton. Charterhouse Square does not have much Georgian architecture, but look out for Florin Court, the apartment block used in the ITV series Poirot.

It might be off the main tourist trail, but the Old Postal Museum is well worth a visit. You can see interactive exhibits, sculptures, and rare stamps, and even take a ride on the underground railway that was specifically designed for the postal industry. You can also discover more about Charles Dickens and his life and books at the museum dedicated to the author.

There is plenty to do here, and that is why we recommend a long stay serviced apartment in Clerkenwell, to make sure you do not miss out on anything this lively London area has to offer.


By Air

Clerkenwell is within easy reach of all the major London airports. City Airport is just seven miles away, while it is 16 miles to Heathrow, 26 miles to Gatwick and 27 miles to Luton Airport.

Metro and Railway Services in Clerkenwell

The nearest station to the heart of Clerkenwell is Farringdon. This station is on the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City Underground lines, and provides connections to Paddington, Euston Square, King’s Cross/St Pancras, and Victoria. The Overground trains from Farringdon serve destinations including Brighton, St Albans, Bedford, and Gatwick Airport.

A short distance away is St Paul’s tube station, on the Central line, where you can catch a train to Oxford Circus or Stratford. Only a little further away is King’s Cross/St Pancras, where the Piccadilly line will take you to West End stations such as Leicester Square, or the luxury shops at Knightsbridge. These stations also have national connections to cities such as Sheffield, Derby, Leicester, Leeds, and Doncaster, as well as Eurostar services to Paris and Brussels.

Clerkenwell Buses

Being near central London, it is no surprise there are also lots of bus routes. The 243 serves Waterloo station, Shoreditch, and Tottenham from Clerkenwell; while the N55 calls at Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road and Hackney.

Clerkenwell is in the Congestion Charge zone, so public transport options are likely to be best. Corporates can rest easy knowing many of our corporate accommodation and serviced apartments in Clerkenwell are within walking distance of transport facilities, such as bus stop, making everyday travel as easy as possible.

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