“Free Car Parking at the hotel is available on a first come first serve basis. Restrictions now apply on residential streets next to the hotel Monday – Sunday 13pm-20pm, charges apply within these hours”

SUNDAY MARKETS

Want a relaxing Sunday experience? Take a stroll through London’s colourful street markets while staying at some of the best luxury hotels near Wembley Stadium and discover the vast range of crafts, vintage treasures and flowers and street food that is on offer.

Columbia Road Flower Market is always a stunning explosion of colour.  You need to be there early to really see it at its best as it always has a massive display of flowers of every shade, hue and size on view on either side of the road. It’s vivid, brilliant and intensely cheerful.  This is the place to buy not just bunches of flowers, but plants and garden items of all kinds.

Columbia Road Flower Market

Columbia Road Flower Market

Over in North London, Camden Market is the place to be on a Sunday morning.  There are actually two markets here – The Stables and The Lock.  Situated in the centre of Camden, the bustling activity and noise quickly draws your attention.  For several decades, this has been the perfect place to find vintage fashion, hand made jewellery, crafts, art work and hand made clothing. Also, one can find lot many hotels in north west London to give visitors a lavish tour with comfortable stay.

Camden Market

Camden Market

In the East End of London, Brick Lane Market is a rambling network of stalls selling positively everything you could ever imagine needing from souvenirs to clothing, food to antiques.  This is one of the biggest Sunday markets in the city, especially when you add in the additional markets at the Old Truman  Brewery, Backyard Market and Vintage Market.  Thankfully, there are also plenty of food and drink stalls where you can stop for a while and rest your aching feet!

Brick Lane Market

Brick Lane Market

Petticoat Lane is another gigantic Sunday market.  This has been operating since the 1750’s and now incorporates over 1,000 stalls spreading out from the original lane and into neighouring streets.  If you want clothing, this is definitely the place to come.  Walk to the top end of the market near Aldgate East underground station if you are seeking a leather jacket as this is where a group of speciality traders tend to congregate.

Petticoat Lane market

Petticoat Lane Market

Although much newer, the South Bank Centre Market has already become a key feature of London life.  Every Sunday, tucked behind the Royal Festival Hall, a medley of local food producers offer an incredible variety of foods, drinks and fast food to suit all tastes and dining styles.  Fresh and irresistible, this is where many of London’s top chefs can be found buying unusual ingredients or seeking out ideas. When you want a break, watch a film in the British Film Theatre, or listen to some music in the Clore Ballroom at the Royal Festival Hall.

South Bank Centre Market

South Bank Market

Head out of your hotel room at the Best Western Palm Hotel Cricklewood and get ready for the excellent weekend of fun.

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