Location of Fraser Place
Located in the heart of Canary Wharf, Fraser Place Canary Wharf, London, enjoys the best of both worlds. On one hand, our guests are always in the beat with the hustle and bustle of an exciting city life, surrounded by many cafes, bars, restaurants and shopping venues in close proximity. On the other, right in their serviced residences which they call home, they are serenaded by beautiful waterfront views that work to calm their senses at the end of each working day.
With a diverse range of attractions and amenities within the vicinity, Fraser Place Canary Wharf, London is one fully serviced luxury residence that will find its mark on any traveller’s map.
Fraser Place Canary Wharf
80 Boardwalk Place
London E14 5SF
Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity
- Waitrose Supermarket (5-minute walk)
- Tesco Supermarket (10-minute walk)
- Array of Restaurants, Cafes and Bars (5- to 10-minute walk)
- Jamies Italian Restaurant (5-minute walk)
- Boots & Superdrugs chemists (7-minute walk)
- Banks: NatWest, Barclays and Lloyds (5- to 15-minute walk)
- Paul’s bakery (6-minute walk)
- Post office (10-minute walk)
- Cabot Square Mall West & East (5- to 10-minute walk)
- Billingsgate Fish Market (3-minute walk)
- Docklands Museum (10-minute walk)
- Cineworld Cinema (10-minute walk)
- The O2 (10-minutes by tube)
- Westfield Stratford City (10-minute by DLR)
- The Emirates Air Line (15-minute by tube)
Nearest underground station:
The Canary Wharf station, 5-minute walk from the property, is serviced by the Jubilee Line with direct links to London Bridge (7 minutes), London Waterloo (11 minutes), Westminster (13 minutes), Green Park (15 minutes) and Bond Street (16 minutes).
Nearest railway station:
The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) station, 10-minute walk from the property, runs from Bank and Tower Gateway directly to Canary Wharf.
Nearest access to motorway:
The Limehouse Link provides rapid and easy access to the City and London’s West End, connecting Canary Wharf directly to the North Circular, the M11 and M25 motorway.
Getting to Fraser Place Canary Wharf
From London City Airport, about 5 km (or 3 miles) via taxi and Docklands Light Railway (DLR).
About Canary Wharf
A major business district located in the East End of London, Canary Wharf is one of London’s main financial centre that plays hosts to the headquarters of major banks from around the world, including Europe.
With over 300 cafes, bars, shops and restaurants and lots of landscaped spaces, the city is constantly abuzz with events and activities. Some of these include lunchtime acts, outdoor music, orchestra, plays, children’s theatre, al fresco dance treats, visual arts, fashion, world-class expositions, street markets and international sport competitions. Organized according to themes and seasons, these programmes provide endless fun and entertainment throughout the year. Appealing across all age groups, Canary Wharf is the perfect destination for a great day out. Read more
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