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What's Croydon Like?

Croydon is just a hop, skip and a tube journey from the heart and soul of the metropolis that is the capital, London. Still a London Borough, Croydon is based on the outskirts of London, offering the perfect mix between the capital’s hustle and bustle and the real London. If shopping is what you’re after then you’re going to be spoilt in Croydon with the Whitgift Shopping Centre, boasting over 140 retailers all under one roof. The award-winning Croydon Museum offers historical delights and is a great way to spend a fun-filled couple of hours. The Croydon Airport Visitor Centre is steeped in history, as it’s where the first international air terminal was housed. The Old Palace and Shirley Windmill offer an even greater insight into the history and culture of the town. London is renowned for its vibrant nightlife and Croydon is not left out. With bars, clubs and restaurants putting on burlesque, casino and comedy shows, you’ll never be bored when you book a hotel in the historical London Borough of Croydon.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Croydon

Londoners aren’t typically known for their friendliness and welcoming attitude. If you think of the stereotype of a stiff upper lip, bowler hat and tailored suit, then you’re certainly be confused when you meet the locals. If you stay in a Croydon hotel, you couldn’t be further from that. Situated on the outskirts of the capital, skyscrapers are replaced with rows of shops including fruit and veg stalls, launderettes and cafes. This is where the true locals are and where real Cockney rhyming slang is used. Travel is easy with extensive routes via public transport methods including buses, taxis and the underground. Although cars are an option, it’s by far, quicker and less stressful to get around on foot, bike or tube. With over 20,000 black cabs alone in London, it’s not difficult to see why. The underground service is all-year-round but typically runs between 5.30am – 12.30am except Sundays, which has a reduced service.