1 double bedroom for 2 people perfect for travelers and adventurers.
- English, Spanish, Portuguese
I am from time to time be as a guest and as a host. What I like about this as a guest is the opportunity to visit other places at an affordable price. As a host, make my guest feel comfortable at home. I do sport, my favourite actors are Al Pacino, Sean Connery, and Robert de Niro. I really like to go to the beach and I would like to go surfing one day without sharks in it. I love to read history books and know more about cultures around the world, and the beauty of the earth. I used to play football when I was a teenager, but my parents opted to send me to study in order to be somebody else in life, and here I am still learning new things every day. I think that the best school is the life that you challenge each day, and your best teacher your failure, so get up and live, love, and enjoy!
Why Jimmy chose Lansbury
The area is provided by a supermarket, coffee shops, pharmacy, and much more. At a very good location, it is near to All Saints Station (DLR), 5 - 8 minutes from Poplar Station and 8 - 10 minutes walking to Canary Wharf, and 10 minutes to Queen Mary University. 24 hours bus (15, 115), 2 minutes to Barclays Bank, and post office, and the Better Gym.
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
Good value for money and exquisite communication
First of all, Jimmy has been just the perfect host: reactive communication, kind and helpful, warm and cherful!
The location is good for commuting to London, the room very clean and confortable, the matress (very important point!) just excellent.
Of course the building from the oustside is not the top, but considering the price I would reccomend it for sure!
Thank you for staying with us. I hope you have enjoyed our hospitality.
The best wishes,
The area is called Chrisp Street Market, is a marketplace within the Lansbury Estate in Poplar in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It was the first purpose-built pedestrian shopping area in the United Kingdom, built as part of the 1951 Festival of Britain. It features a prominent clock tower, shops, small retail outlets, pubs, cafes, apartments, and 80 market stalls. Since 1997 it has been in a conservation area. The market was the main focus point and filming location of E14: A Dying Trade, a short documentary filmed in 2011.