Welcome to St Giles

Located on the southernmost tip of its exciting borough, St Giles is a district of Camden, north London. Formerly known as the parish of St Giles the Fields, it was merged with St George Bloomsbury in the late 19th century. The community has been marked by a church since the Saxon era, and it was home to the first recorded victims of the Great Plague in 1665.

Everything’s moving in Camden Town

The bustling centre of its borough, Camden Town is one of the most frequently-visited and bohemian areas in north London. With quirky vintage stores like Dappa Boutique, lively venues like The Roundhouse, and a number of homely pubs such as The Elephant’s Head, any visitor can have a unique and memorable day out in this part of London.

Have an unforgettable experience at Shaka Zulu

Shaka Zulu is one of the most unique restaurants you’ll find anywhere in London. Not only is it the city’s largest South African restaurant - it was opened in 2010 with a blessing from Goodwill Zwelithini, the reigning king of the Zulu nation. This staggering two-floor restaurant, bar, and club, is a sure-fire destination for unforgettable food, drinks, dancing and music, with unique family entertainment running through daytime hours.

Planning a trip to St Giles? Travelodge London Central Covent Garden Hotel is just off the high street, and Travelodge London Central Euston Hotel is a 10-minute drive away.