Thirsty in Shoreditch? You are so in the right place. Check out the second video instalment for my City Stories collaboration with Point A Hotels.
The short feature is all about where to have a quality drink in one of London’s best quarters for nightlife with tips on where best to bend your elbow without straying too far from the new Point A Hotel on Paul Street in Shoreditch.
Three of the best watering holes in Shoreditch include …
- The Barley Mow – Proper East End boozer with proper pubby atmosphere, smart selection of craft beers and ales, and street food;
- Strongroom Bar & Kitchen – Good all rounder with fantastic drinks line up, good burgers, laidback feel and buzzing courtyard; and
- White Lyan – Award-winning, innovative, and moody cocktail bar serving innovative and moody cocktails.
Thanks to the folks behind the bar at these three fabulous establishments for allowing us to film and for flavoursome thirstquenchers. Cheers!
About Point A Hotels
Point A Hotels is a brand new hotel group, launching six hotels in London and one in Glasgow. The group’s aim is to provide guests with affordable accommodation in super central locations.
The Paul Street hotel certainly fits that bill with loads of awesome things to see and do – and easy access to public transport – right outside its door. Whether you’re booking a room for business or pleasure, Point A does a stellar job offering guests everything they need, and nothing they don’t.
And that’s why I teamed up with Point A to create City Stories, to encourage the hotel’s guests to get out and explore the neighbourhood where they’re staying and experience the best of what’s nearby.
I’ll be back soon with one more videos about coffee followed by some concluding thoughts in a separate post. Until then check out this competition with the chance to win a personalised VIP experience for two in Shoreditch or Glasgow or £500 cash: pointahotels.com/uplift-your-stay.
Point A Hotel London Shoreditch is located at 8-10 Paul Street, EC2A 4JH. Find out more at pointahotels.com.
More City Stories posts coming soon! Thanks.