Brick Lane Hotel, Brick Lane, London
Brick Lane Hotel, 13 Brick Lane, London, E1 6PU
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  • Shoreditch Station:
    5 mins
  • Liverpool Street Station:
    5 mins
  • Aldgate East Station:
    5 mins

Brick Lane, London

Brick Lane is a famous street in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in the East End of London. Brick Lane runs from Swanfield Street in Bethnal Green, passes through Spitalfields and is linked to Whitechapel High Street to the south.

Brick Lane is the heart of London's Bangladeshi-Sylheti community giving it the nickname 'Banglatown'. Brick Lane is famous for its many curry houses as well as its historic Sunday market which, like the one nearby at Petticoat Lane, dates from when it was a Jewish community.

More recently the Brick Lane area has become a vibrant art and fashion student area with plenty of exhibition space for you to view fine art works. Experience the unique mixture of cultures in Brick Lane by visiting the nearby Brick Lane and Spitalfields Markets, view the art installations in warehouse space, browse a sari shop and enjoy a wonderful curry.

Brick Lane Market

Brick Lane Market is a large, bustling flea market with stalls selling antiques, clothes, bric-a-brack and all sorts of other weird and wonderful things. Brick Lane Market attracts lots of young Londoners in search of second-hand furniture, unusual clothes and other bargins. The joy of this market is that you never know what you'll find.

Brick Lane Nightlife

Since the late 1990s Brick Lane has been the location for several of London's best known night clubs, notably 93 Feet East and The Vibe Bar, both built on the site of The Old Truman Brewery, once the industrial centre of the area, now an office and entertainment complex.

Tourist Attractions Near Brick Lane

Buildings of interest near to Brick Lane Hotel include Christ Church, Spitalfields and The Jamme Masjid or Great London Mosque on the corner of Fournier Street. The Whitechapel Art Gallery, where you will see a fine selection of contemporary and 20th century art, is just a 9 minute walk from Brick Lane Hotel.

Brick Lane is in easy reach of Central London so you can visit all of the main tourist attractions that the City of London has to offer (Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, London Eye, Tower of London, Natural History Museum etc).

Underground Stations near to Brick Lane Hotel include: Shoreditch Station, Liverpool Street Station and Aldgate East Station, all just 5 minutes away, and there are plenty of bus stops around too.

The Jack The Ripper Connection

Visit the Brick Lane Hotel for a unique piece of London history! We occupy the building that in 1888 was The Frying Pan pub. Mary Nichols, the first of the victims of Jack The Ripper, was last seen leaving this pub shortly before her body was discovered in nearby Bucks Row. The two crossed Frying Pans and the name Ye Frying Pan can still be seen high up on the buildings exterior.

Hotel Near Brick Lane

The Brick Lane Hotel is located on the famous Brick Lane in the East End of London and is ideal for visiting the sights and attractions of London. Our hotel near Brick Lane provides 24 hour Reception, 24 hour Room Service, en-suite Bedrooms, TV's with Freeview, Air Con and Wi-Fi internet to ensure you have a comfortable stay.