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30 Jamestown Road, Camden, NW1 7BYShow on map
The Holiday Inn London, Camden Lock is a modern, stylish, 4-star hotel located just off fashionable Camden High Street and adjacent to the famous Regents Park Canal. Camden Town is a sea of entertainment,... Read More »
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Kentish Town Road, Camden, NW1 8NLShow on map
About Access Camden Apartments Camden is a thriving and exciting part of London full of trendy shops, markets, entertainment and music venues catering mainly for alternative culture. Its most famous theatre... Read More »
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Primrose Hill Rd, Hampstead, NW3 3NAShow on map
Located in the beautiful, leafy and celebrity-favoured Primrose Hill, this hotel offers a truly blissful and relaxing stay in London. Just a short stroll from Primrose Hill itself with its sweeping panoramas... Read More »
127-129 Parkway, Regents Park, NW1 7PSShow on map
"Townhouse hotel owned by famous chef Gordon Ramsay is a luxurious treat" York & Albany is the first hotel to be opened by famous British chef Gordon Ramsay. This colourful television personality and... Read More »
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225-227 Royal College Street, Camden, NW1 9LTShow on map
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128 King Henrys Road, Swiss Cottage, NW3 3STShow on map
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2 Allitsen Road, St Johns Wood , NW8 6LAShow on map
“New Inn Pub is a classic venue close to leafy St Johns Wood”The New Inn St Johns Wood is a 5 room, classic 3 star pub with hotel which is based in St. Johns Wood, North West London. The closest... Read More »
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215 Haverstock Hill, Hampstead, NW3 4RBShow on map
Belsize Park in northwest London is an extremely pleasant and affluent area of the city, with quirky 19th century houses and leafy green enclaves to explore. The Premier Inn in the area may be housed in a... Read More »
3 star classic hotel
4 Adamson Rd, Swiss Cottage, NW3 3HPShow on map
The Best Western Swiss Cottage Hotel offers low-cost accommodation to business and leisure guests in a very affluent, safe and picturesque part of London, just north of Primrose Hill and Regent's Park. Housed... Read More »
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The most fascinating feature of London is its ability to evolve and regenerate. There may be centuries of history in its buildings and streets, but the city is constantly changing in surprising and exciting ways. The Roundhouse, a live music venue in Chalk Farm, north London, is a good example of this. The building, which is indeed quite circular, was originally built in 1847 as a railway engine shed, which gained its name due to a large railway turntable. However, the building was only used in this capacity for ten years before falling into disrepair, until 1964, the height of Swinging London, when the Roundhouse was born anew as a gig venue, and has since become one of the most popular venues in the city. The Roundhouse’s final makeover occurred in 2004 when the building was re-designed by architects John McAslan and Partners, who managed to make the venue more functional, yet retained its old-world charm.
"Notable musical legends"
The venue has been host to some notable musical legends, such as Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Clash, Motorhead, Led Zeppelin, Jefferson Airplane, The Ramones and The Doors, who played their only UK performance here. These respected names and the venue's promotion of up and coming bands, means that it is often visited by many of London's musical fanatics, and the building's unusual shape makes it the perfect place to get a good view of your favourite artist performing.
"Trustees include Bob Dylan and Terry Gilliam"
The Roundhouse has also been used as a theatre, with stagings of popular shows such as Stomp and Oh What a Lovely War. The promotion of all art forms was championed by the trustees of the Roundhouse Trust, which include Terry Gilliam and Bob Dylan. The Roundhouse Trust has helped to rebuild the venue and has also helped to turn the venue into an educational centre, where young Londoners aged from 11 to 25 can get involved in projects and learn how to run a successful venue and plan large-scale musical events.
"Great views of Camden"
The venue also has a cafe and a bar with a large, relaxing terrace area, from which you can see great views of Camden lit up at night. As a charity, the venue relies on donations and ticket sales, but it is also available for corporate events, and has been the site of fairs and festivals as well as its regular programme.
"Unique music venues"
The Roundhouse is just one of Camden's unique music venues, where you can enjoy the excitement of a night out combined with London's intriguing past. With Camden Market and Regent's Canal nearby, the area is a great place to stay in during your trip, where you can be assured of a memorable night out. The Camden Holiday Inn is the most central hotel in the area, situated just next to Camden Lock. The Camden Lock Hotel is close to The Roundhouse in Chalk Farm and offers cheaper room rates than the Holiday Inn. Hotel Megaro is a bright, cheerful hotel in King's Cross, just two tube stops from Camden and Novotel London St Pancras has very stylish public areas and a high level of service.