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St Paul’s is a popular area in Central London, best known for the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral which dominates the city skyline and is one of London’s most popular landmarks. As one of the oldest parts of London, the St Paul’s area is home to much of the capitals’ rich cultural heritage. Due to its central location, St Paul’s offers convenient access to most of London’s main attractions and boasts a vast selection of restaurants, cafes and bars. Visitors can also find an excellent range of accommodation choices in the area of St Paul’s – from luxury 5-star hotels to budget-friendly hostels. Let’s look at what makes St Paul’s one of the most diverse and interesting areas in the capital.



St Paul’s boasts an impressive selection of pubs and bars. The Paternoster is a popular pub located opposite St Paul’s Cathedral. It offers a great selection of local beers and wines which you can enjoy in the venue’s relaxed, informal surroundings. There is also a beautiful outdoor seating area with incredible views of St Paul’s Cathedral, making this an excellent place for after-work drinks. For special occasions, you can head to Searcy’s Champagne bar in St Pancras. This impressive bar is home to Europe’s longest Champagne bar and features an extensive selection of Champagnes, wines, cocktails and local craft beers. You can also take advantage of the famous ‘Press for Champagne’ buttons at the tables.



There is an excellent selection of restaurants and cafes in the area of St Paul’s. The Madison is a fantastic choice because of its award-winning rooftop terrace and incredible sweeping views of St Paul’s Cathedral. There is a delicious European menu on offer along with an extensive cocktail menu served at the restaurant’s lively bar. Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen is another great dining spot in St Paul’s. This popular restaurant has been designed in a stylish award-winning warehouse style and offers a fantastic menu of classic British dishes. If you’re looking for a quick lunch spot, Burrito Mama offers tasty, fast and affordable Mexican food with the option to pre-order via the restaurant’s app or self-service machines.



You won’t be short of accommodation choices in St Paul’s! You can find everything from 5-star luxury hotels to budget-friendly hostels. The South Place Hotel is a luxurious boutique hotel ideally located next to St Paul’s Cathedral. The hotel interiors have been designed in an extravagant style, with glamorous bedrooms featuring huge marble en-suite bathrooms and incredible rainfall showers. There is an on-site Michelin star restaurant and even a secret garden, where you can enjoy cocktails on the beautiful terrace. For a great value budget option, check out YHA St Pauls which is conveniently located next to St Paul’s Cathedral. This friendly hostel offers dormitory-style accommodation which is perfect for individual travellers, along with private twins and doubles.


Health and Fitness

There are plenty of great places to workout in St Paul’s. Rena London is a luxury spa and fitness club in the centre of St Paul’s. It features an award-winning spa offering an indulgent range of beauty and holistic therapies delivered by highly qualified professionals. The fully equipped gym has everything you need as part of your exercise routine and also offers a great selection of exercise classes. Other popular gyms in St Paul’s include – Anytime Fitness, Fitness First and Ten Health and Fitness.



The St Paul’s area offers convenient access to many of London’s top tourist attractions. The magnificent St Paul’s Cathedral is undoubtedly the most famous attraction in the area, with people travelling from all over to witness the buildings stunning architecture and historical significance. The Millennium Bridge is another popular attraction that can be found near the area of St Paul’s. Other popular nearby attractions include The Museum of London, Guildhall Yard and The Tower of London.