Welcome to Anglers Lane
Sonder is redefining the hotel experience with inspiring design and modern services in their developments, including Anglers Lane in Camden. Residents will enjoy access to sleek living spaces that are a stone's throw away from one of London's most exciting areas.
Staying at Anglers Lane gives you access to plenty of five-star amenities. Use the self-check-in to gain entry, get 24/7 support on the app, and wake up each morning to a fresh pot of artisan coffee. Sonder combines the best parts of home and hotel.
Each living space contains a king-size bed with memory foam mattresses for added comfort, fully-equipped kitchen, in-suite laundry, bathroom essentials and pre-stay cleaning. You can also enjoy access to a private balcony.
Read more about the lifestyle at Anglers Lane by Sonder, and discover a better way to rent in London!
Fitness at Anglers Lane
Camden is full of fitness centres where you can work up a sweat. Whether you're into cardio, weightlifting or are a peace-seeking yoga lover, you won't be short of options for places to work out and record your new personal best.
There's no need for a contract at PureGym, so you can come and go as you please without incurring hefty monthly costs. Show up 24/7 and choose from 220-plus bits of equipment, 50 free weekly classes and dumbbells up to 50kgs.
The Fitness Mosiac
The Fitness Mosaic has everything you need to get in shape. There are two gymnasiums spread over two floors with all the latest fitness equipment and huge studio spaces that have more than 50 weekly classes. You don't need a contract to join either!
Triyoga encompasses every aspect of finding your zen with a variety of yoga classes that include Ashtanga and Jivamukti. There's also pilates classes and 50-plus alternative therapies to support your health and wellbeing.
Get Social at Anglers Lane
Camden isn't short of music venues, bars and nightclubs to discover - after all, it's one of London's best places to enjoy entertainment. Expect to find everything from grungy dives playing indie hits to hip-hop clubs and bohemian haunts. Oh, and there are quaint canals and open spaces to wander around too.
Enjoy a drink and burger at the ground floor bar or party the night away upstairs at Camden Assembly. The venue is iconic for hosting upcoming music talent and has garnered a reputation as one of the best places for partygoers in North London.
The Jazz Cafe has been going strong for 30 years. In that time, a range of musicians, including D'Angelo, Amy Winehouse and Adele, have graced the stage. If you're into funk, soul, RnB and electronic music, then you better get yourself down to the Jazz Cafe.
Koko is one of London's best-known music venues and was the place where a variety of music acts got their start in the business. Punk legends like The Clash and garage masters such as So Solid used their chance to shine at Koko. Today it plays everything from indy and punk to electro and hip-hop.
One of London's most popular open spaces, Regent's Park spans 410 acres and is just a hop and a skip away from Camden. The park is the ideal place to go for a scenic stroll, take part in recreational sports and enjoy events like the Open Air Theatre.
Wander Camden Town, stopping by the independent boutiques that have everything from high-end fashion to the latest grunge gear. Visit the many bars and pubs before admiring local canals that add to the charm of the NW1 postcode.
Restaurants and Retail Anglers Lane
Camden is a super-prime postcode in London and welcomes visitors from all over the world. From bustling markets to some of the capital's best restaurants, it's easy to lose track of time while you discover everything the NW1 postcode has to offer.
Buzzfeed said Hook might just be the best fish and chips you've ever had, and who are we to argue? If you like this traditional English dish with added gourmet sauces, then Hook is the restaurant for you. It's got everything from small plates to "new school" fish and chips, which includes cajun in panko breadcrumbs and more.
Made in Brasil
Transport yourself to Rio de Janeiro without even leaving NW1. Made in Brasil is a Brazilian restaurant with authentic dishes that include Feijoada and cassava chips. It brings the best of Brazilian and Latino culture to the heart of Camden.
The Blues Kitchen
Enjoy great food at The Blues Kitchen, and live music that is just as good as the grub. The menu includes BBQ favourites such as ribs, burgers and fried chicken, while live music comes in the form of bands and DJs every Friday and Saturday. It also has London's most extensive bourbon collection.
One of the biggest tourist attractions in the area, Camden Market features 200 stalls filled with everything from food to furniture. Browse the market at your leisure and discover a gem or two before sampling the many mouthwatering treats on offer.
Local Area Around Anglers Lane
Camden enjoys a position just a few miles from central London and has excellent travel links, including a tube station on the Northern Line. Nearby areas offer plenty of variety, whether it's the quaint neighbourhoods of Hampstead and Primrose Hill or the bustling postcodes of Islington and King's Cross.
Everything just seems more fun in Camden, whether you're browsing the quirky shops, trying the many bars or dancing the night away at one of the eclectic clubs. It's no surprise that people flock from all over the world to experience life in the NW1 postcode.
A favourite with celebrities, Primrose Hill features pretty pastel-coloured homes, local patisseries and cafes, and a selection of popular restaurants. It's situated between Camden, Swiss Cottage and Regent's Park and has plenty of hillside homes and shops.
One of London's best village areas, Hampstead is full of cobblestone streets, grand mansions and local independent fashion boutiques. It is, however, best known for Hampstead Heath, which is 790 acres of open space with swimming ponds and local wildlife.
The fashionable Upper Street is where you will find all the designer shops, whether its clothes, furniture or galleries. Islington also has many restaurants, bars and its own music scene that offers an alternative to Camden.
The regeneration at King's Cross has turned the area into a fashionable London neighbourhood with shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. It's also your gateway to Europe, with trains leaving on the Eurostar to Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam from Kings Cross St. Pancras.