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An introduction to Dollis Hill

Dollis Hill is a multicultural residential area in Northwest London, consisting of several streets surrounding Gladstone Park. The park, which dominates the area, was created in 1901, and once served as the grounds for Dollis Hill House, frequently visited by William Gladstone, and once by the great American author Mark Twain. The property was converted into luxury flats in the '90s.

Brent - London's most vibrant multicultural area

Though Brent isn't the greenest borough in London, it's well known for the turf of Wembley Stadium, which lies at the heart of the area. Another well-known landmark is the Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, a temple which serves as a symbol of the borough's large Hindu population. Brent is an exceedingly multi-cultural borough, with the most varied mesh of different ethnic backgrounds anywhere in London.

Eat and drink like a local at The Karmarama Cafe

Surrounded by the green expanses of Gladstone Park, the Karmarama Cafe is one of Dollis Hill's many hidden, bohemian gems. This popular independent cafe serves delectable breakfasts, excellent coffee and a range of cakes and other baked treats straight from their oven.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Dollis Hill? Travelodge London Cricklewood Hotel is just around the corner, and Travelodge London Brent Cross Hotel is a 10-minute drive away.