Simplicity and functionality define St. Luke’s. Situated just north of London’s financial headquarters and business center, St. Luke’s is a mild-mannered neighborhood best identified by the steeple and church that now serve as a concert hall and rehearsal space. Committed to community engagement, the neighborhood hosts a daily pedestrian market and bustles with activity during the rush of high-powered lunch-hours. Outside of its marketplace, no-fuss flats and cottages line this traditional neighborhood’s tree-lined streets.See 81 places to stay Save this neighborhood
A Quiet and Unpretentious Central Neighborhood
[This neighborhood] itself is a bit of a hidden gem - it's so central but it has a very local feel about it. The area is home to some of the best restaurants in London, including St John, a traditional English restaurant. The Spanish/Moroccan restaurant Moro, Bistrot Loubet, the Michelin starred Club Gascon, Café du Marché."
Buzzing Whitecross Street Market
Whitecross Street Market is lined-up with food stalls at lunchtime during the week, serving the City of London in our hinterland."
... extremely fashionable neighborhood with tons of local pubs, lounges, cafes and restaurants. Galleries and shopping are right outside your door. Liverpool Street and trendy East London (Shoreditch, Hoxton, etc.) are walking distance if you fancy a bit of arts & culture or a night out on the town!"
St Luke's Church
Staying here means you have as much peace and quiet as you want or find as much as excitement as you want within just a few minutes walk from the apartment. There are bars, restaurants, entertainment venues, and art galleries and museums such as the Barbican nearby."
Around St Luke's
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Rebecca Duke has been working as a photographer for the last decade, after attending Central St Martin’s in London. Her work focuses on people, interiors and travel and has been published in The Sunday Times, Elle Decor and Conde Nast Traveller. Rebecca travels frequently for her work but loved working in her hometown of London for this project. London’s friendliness about this work took this ‘true Londoner’ by surprise.