Over the past few years, Shoreditch has witnessed a cultural explosion with an influx of independent, locally-owned boutiques, from craft coffee shops to design bookstores and restaurants serving organic, eco-conscious dishes. These 10 Airbnb listed apartments in and around London’s ultra-trendy Shoreditch offer visitors a chance to stay in the heart of London’s trendiest neighbourhood.
Our collection of 10 London Airbnb listed flats, centred around Shoreditch and extending to its neighbouring districts, reflect the area’s fluid character. Discover stately French Huguenot homes alongside converted industrial workshops and elegant Georgian townhouses that give visitors a taste of East London’s vibrant reinvention.
Heart of Shoreditch, Double Bedroom Ensuite
A cosy flat in the heart of buzzy Shoreditch, this tastefully decorated apartment transforms a compact space into a vibrant home away from home, proving that good design can be achieved on a budget. Mid-century design inspirations include an Eames-inspired chair as well as a sofa bed by up-and-coming London-based design company Made.com. Located steps away from some of the best Shoreditch hotspots, from the Labour and Wait design store to modern British café Albion, and within sight of contemporary City icons such as the Gherkin, Cheesegrater and Walkie Talkie, this flat is the perfect base for exploring Shoreditch.
Price: Around £80 per night (private room in a shared flat)
Vintage meets Shoreditch chic at this edgy London apartment. Unabashedly bold in its colour palette, pairing blue-tinged purples with engine red, the flat also exudes an industrial vibe in keeping with the building’s previous incarnation as a commercial warehouse. Large warehouse windows flood the apartment with natural light, illuminating the unique architectural details — exposed brickwork, steel ceiling beams and dark wood parquet — inside. Completing the look, the flat features Arne Jacobsen-style Series 7 dining chairs, steel filing cabinets and a stylish Karlsson flip wall clock.
Price: Around £75 per night (private room in a shared flat)
Imposing in its concrete might, the labyrinthine Barbican Complex is a staggering triumph of post-war British Brutalist design. Much-maligned at its inception, the Barbican has survived the critics to become one of London’s best beloved architectural landmarks. Its severe concrete façade creates a unified front behind which exists one of London’s most vibrant cultural hotspots, including the Barbican Arts Centre, the Museum of London and Guildhall School of Music and Drama — all within walking distance of trendy Shoreditch. This characteristic Barbican apartment offers an unparalleled opportunity to stay in the Barbican, a Grade II listed complex. The Barbican’s 1960s aesthetics are visible throughout the flat, with strong wooden framing accents and concrete floors balanced by abundant built-in cabinetry. The floor-to-ceiling glass curtain wall is a true stunner and opens out to a small balcony that overlooks the complex.
Price: Around £130 per night
Original Hoxton Warehouse
Pops of engine red and dark azure blue add even more character to this already characterful split-level Hoxton warehouse conversion. We love the smart and stylish layout of this Shoreditch flat; a circular metal staircase spirals up to connect the ground floor living room to the mezzanine-level bedroom. Stroll alongside the nearby Regent’s Canal or take Kingsland Road down to the heart of buzzy Shoreditch.
Price: Around £150 per night
Architect Designed Georgian Flat
The ‘Architect designed Georgian flat’ brings a luscious design aesthetic to the period townhouse. The flat betrays its exquisite taste through its marrying of period Georgian touches and contemporary Scandinavian designer furnishing, including chairs by Danish design firm HAY. The flat provides a richly textured experience with intricate cornice detailing, restored timber floors and lofty high ceilings. A neutral colour palette of grey, white and beige lends the flat a sense of serene stillness punctuated by pops of eye-catching greens, yellows and oranges. Mixing New Nordic design and 1960s furnishing with the rich architectural history of this 1860s building, this flat offers a truly unparalleled London stay.
Price: Around £155 – 160 per night
The ‘Huge, Stylish Shoreditch Loft’ has transformed a former Victorian bank depository into a remarkable example of conversion design. Making excellent use of the original building’s structure, the long, open plan flat boasts of many windows, abundant lighting, clean white furniture and weathered whitewashed floorboards. A set of 1951 Hans Wegner armchairs and an original 1960s wall curtain by Paco Rabanne pay homage to iconic mid-century design greats. In addition to admiring the flat’s original art works, guests can luxuriate in the apartment’s stunning marbled bathroom that also features a claw foot bathtub.
Price: Around £290 per night
This ‘Shoreditch Warehouse Conversion’ stuns with its huge wraparound windows that illuminate the entire open plan space. Stylishly furnished with a mix of modern, industrial and Scandinavian design pieces, we especially love the elegant lines of the 1950 Hans Wegner inspired sofa. Sleek steel filing cabinets offer a creative storage solution whilst adding a touch of industrial glam.
Price: Around £200 – 220 per night
This open plan warehouse conversion flat featuring brickwork and stainless steel accents is classic Shoreditch where commercial buildings, once the site of light industry, have largely been transformed into ultra-modern residential units. Vintage design accents complement the apartment’s contemporary vibe, adding a personal touch to the flat. Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, a set of double doors also open out to the city, offering fantastic views over buzzy Shoreditch. Not least, a set of stairs lead up to a private rooftop terrace, perfect for guests seeking the perfect urban getaway.
Price: Around £257 – 362 per night
Spitalfields, abutting Shoreditch, is the historical site of the city’s thriving silk industry, which was spearheaded by French Huguenot immigrants. This Grade II-listed Spitalfields home pays homage to its own history by maintaining original Georgian features. Soaring ceilings and whitewashed walls offer the perfect canvas for the flat’s contemporary redesign, where modern features are matched with classic enamel pendant lighting, vintage bar stools and weathered wooden flooring to stunning effect. Tastefully designed, this converted weaver’s house with its elegant weaver’s windows is a perfect example of the contemporary English aesthetic.
Price: £600 per night
Heart of Shoreditch
Whilst Shoreditch is renowned for its buzzy atmosphere, this charming apartment in the heart of the district exudes a sense of contemporary comfort with lovely pendant lighting and wooden flooring throughout. Taking pride of place is a dining table by Danish designer Hans Olsen, which is complemented by fine design pieces like the Alessi stovetop kettle and blue and white Falcon enamelware.
Price: Around £135 – 309 per night