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The Dictionary Hostel, Shoreditch, London

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4.1km from city centre - Show on Map
7.5
Very good 3123
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

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Shoreditch in London’s East End is an innovation hotbed for fashion, art and culture. Home to numerous start-ups, this district is all about creativity and experimentation. Its well-established food scene features pop-up restaurants, Michelin-level dining and old-school pubs serving East End favourites. Shoreditch is now one of London’s top nightlife spots with rooftop bars and underground cocktail bars. By day, you can shop in independent boutiques, or wander and admire the street art.

Hostels in Shoreditch include converted Victorian warehouses with industrial features that suit the area's offbeat vibe. Choose between mixed and female-only dorms or private doubles and take advantage of free breakfasts. Some Shoreditch hostels have on-site bars with a range of happy hour cocktails and craft beers, or you can head up to a rooftop terrace overlooking the vibrant neighbourhood. Find a Shoreditch hostel with a communal kitchen to cook your own meal, or stop for a snack at a hostel’s own coffee shop.

Shoreditch is divided by two main streets, Great Eastern Street and Shoreditch High Street, which come together at the fork of Commercial Street. Both have chain stores as well as independent bars, restaurants and street art – but the real Shoreditch is in the smaller lanes. Redchurch Street features design and homewares stores, quirky espresso bars and boutique hotels. Brick Lane is London’s unrivalled ‘curry strip’ with plenty of deals to entice diners into the restaurants. On Sundays, Brick Lane’s markets sell vintage clothes, antiques and other bargain items.

Old Spitalfields Market has been around since 1887. Open seven days a week, it combines independent traders with a modern shopping precinct and food trucks. Another spot to check out is Columbia Road flower market, open at the weekends. It's a colourful and fragrant experience where vendors sell everything from intricate bouquets to houseplants. Other unique venues include BoxPark, the world’s first pop-up mall made from 60 shipping containers, and Dinerama, a covered two-level street food market with live music on weekends.

Shoreditch is a 10-minute walk from Old Street, Liverpool Street and Aldgate East Underground stations. It also has an overland train station, Shoreditch High Street, which connects with Dalston, Highbury & Islington and Clapham Junction. There are plenty of buses running down the main streets to take you to the East End and central London. You can catch the Stansted Express train from Liverpool Street Station, which gets you to Stansted Airport in 45 minutes. For other airports, you can travel by Underground or overland lines.

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Shoreditch in London’s East End is an innovation hotbed for fashion, art and culture. Home to numerous start-ups, this district is all about creativity and experimentation. Its well-established food scene features pop-up restaurants, Michelin-level dining and old-school pubs serving East End favourites. Shoreditch is now one of London’s top nightlife spots with rooftop bars and underground cocktail bars. By day, you can shop in independent boutiques, or wander and admire the street art.

Hostels in Shoreditch include converted Victorian warehouses with industrial features that suit the area's offbeat vibe. Choose between mixed and female-only dorms or private doubles and take advantage of free breakfasts. Some Shoreditch hostels have on-site bars with a range of happy hour cocktails and craft beers, or you can head up to a rooftop terrace overlooking the vibrant neighbourhood. Find a Shoreditch hostel with a communal kitchen to cook your own meal, or stop for a snack at a hostel’s own coffee shop.

Shoreditch is divided by two main streets, Great Eastern Street and Shoreditch High Street, which come together at the fork of Commercial Street. Both have chain stores as well as independent bars, restaurants and street art – but the real Shoreditch is in the smaller lanes. Redchurch Street features design and homewares stores, quirky espresso bars and boutique hotels. Brick Lane is London’s unrivalled ‘curry strip’ with plenty of deals to entice diners into the restaurants. On Sundays, Brick Lane’s markets sell vintage clothes, antiques and other bargain items.

Old Spitalfields Market has been around since 1887. Open seven days a week, it combines independent traders with a modern shopping precinct and food trucks. Another spot to check out is Columbia Road flower market, open at the weekends. It's a colourful and fragrant experience where vendors sell everything from intricate bouquets to houseplants. Other unique venues include BoxPark, the world’s first pop-up mall made from 60 shipping containers, and Dinerama, a covered two-level street food market with live music on weekends.

Shoreditch is a 10-minute walk from Old Street, Liverpool Street and Aldgate East Underground stations. It also has an overland train station, Shoreditch High Street, which connects with Dalston, Highbury & Islington and Clapham Junction. There are plenty of buses running down the main streets to take you to the East End and central London. You can catch the Stansted Express train from Liverpool Street Station, which gets you to Stansted Airport in 45 minutes. For other airports, you can travel by Underground or overland lines.