Shopping & Dining

Lambs Conduit Street


This fashionable street lined with luxury boutique shops and independent cafes was named after a wealthy Tudor dude called William Lambe. He built a conduit, or pipe here to supply the City with spring water, which was rebuilt by Christopher Wren after being damaged in the Great Fire of London.

The street became popular in the nineteenth century, when Charles Dickens was a local!

Here is the list of our branches nearby Lambs Conduit Street 

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London, WC1N 3NH
Distance To Hotel

10 minute walk

Nearest Tube Station

Nearest Tube Station