Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in North East London

Situ’s selection of serviced apartments in North East London has been chosen especially for those travelling for business. Experience a relaxing home-from-home in our North East London accommodation where guests can enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a private and flexible space. Our serviced apartments in North East London are conveniently located and have everything that the corporate traveller needs for a successful trip.
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About North East London


The north-eastern part of London is a very diverse area, where there's plenty to see and do.

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About North East London

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in North East London?

Situ has a range of serviced accommodation North East London, close to many of the largest employers, the main transport hubs, and tourist sites. Each apartment is furnished and decorated to the highest standards, with wi-fi, fully-equipped kitchens, and on-site parking. Some have balconies and terraces so you can enjoy great views of the city. Daily housekeeping and laundry services are also available in many of our apartments. 

Situ’s North East London serviced accommodation is designed to be a home-away-from-home while you visit North East London for business or leisure, providing you with a treasured private space and much valued comfort, security, and independence.  

Finding the right accommodation in London is a vital part of any trip away, but we recognise that many corporate travellers find staying in hotels and B&Bs underwhelming, significantly affecting the overall experience. Our serviced apartments in North East London are much more suitable places to receive family and friends or business colleagues than most hotels. The fully-equipped kitchens in our self-catering accommodation in North East London allow guests the flexibility to either eat out or to cook for themselves at home.

Of course you could also search for aparthotels in North East London. These have all the comfort and privacy of an aparthotel, with the facilities of a hotel, such as a reception area, business meeting rooms, and perhaps a gym and restaurant.

Where is North East London?

Districts in North East London include Islington, Tottenham, Walthamstow, Barking, Hackney, Leyton, and Stratford. The area immediately to the west of Stratford was chosen as the site for the Olympic Park when London hosted the 2012 Olympics. The main stadium, the aquatics centre, various other arenas, and the athletes' village were all constructed here.

Areas such as Islington are immediately adjacent to the City of London, which is one of the world’s leading financial centres.

North East London is within easy reach of several international airports. Like all areas of the capital, it has many rail, tube, and bus routes. The North East area is one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse parts of London, United Kingdom.

Business in North East London

The North East London region includes some of the areas of London where demand for labour is growing rapidly. 

Like all areas of Greater London, the service sector is massively important here. In areas such as Hackney, large numbers of people are employed in professional, technical, or scientific roles. Islington is something of a hub for the telecommunications and information technology sectors. The outer suburbs of the capital are, however, also home to industries such as transport, warehousing, wholesale, manufacturing, and utilities.

Major employers with a presence in North East London include PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, Tesco, Mercedes Benz, Volkswagen, Coca-Cola, and Amazon. 

Visiting North East London

North East London has no less than three Premier League football teams, all of them playing in state-of-the-art modern stadia. Arsenal's Emirates Stadium is in Highbury, in the borough of Islington; the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is at the north end of Tottenham High Road; and West Ham United has moved into the Olympic stadium, now called the London Stadium.

The Olympic Park can also be used as a starting point for an attractive walk that takes in the green spaces surrounding the northern section of the River Lea.

Possibly the most isolated spot within the Greater London boundary is Rainham Marshes, a 1,000-acre wetland that is home to numerous bird species.

Much of North East London feels very urban, but a lot of what is now Greater London was once a series of villages. Walthamstow is a great place to visit to see its old-world village charm, with its church and timber-framed houses.

For another slice of country life in the midst of the urban sprawl, visit the National Trust-owned Eastbury Manor in Barking. The 40-metre Great Hall is one of the highlights of this 16th-century house.



By Air

London City Airport is in the Docklands area of the city, just five miles south of Stratford. It has flights to around twenty European destinations, including Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dublin, Milan, Berlin, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, and Zurich. Many visitors to North East London use Stansted Airport, 30 miles to the north-east.

By Rail

Stratford International is perhaps the biggest station in the area. It has several trains per hour to London St Pancras to connect with inter-city and Eurostar trains. The services from Stratford to Dover, Margate, and Ramsgate also go via the Eurostar terminals at Ashford and Ebbsfleet.

By Bus

All areas of North East London have frequent bus services to other parts of the capital, so this is also a great way of getting to the City, the West End, or any of the mainline rail stations.

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