Royal Wharf is perfectly placed on London’s River Thames, just east of Canary Wharf and down water from Greenwich and the O2 Arena. An innovative addition to the ever-changing riverscape of London.
We love the fact it’s easy to explore and discover London from here.
Royal Wharf is at the epicentre of what was once the world’s largest port. This previously industrial zone provided an opportunity to build some of the capital’s most significant 21st century landmarks, from the O2 Arena, to Docklands Excel, the Olympic Park and Westfield Shopping Centre.
ExCeL has over 100,000 sq m of exhibition and conference space, the UK’s largest auditorium, London’s largest banqueting hall and 7 on-site hotels.
Less than 10 mins cycle ride away, is the world’s largest exhibition on the future of cities, with over 100,000 visitors annually.
The only airport actually located in London, last year over 4.5 million passengers travelled from City Airport to destinations worldwide.
Just north of Royal Wharf, covers 560 acres, with 6.5 km of waterways. Its iconic ArcelorMittal Orbit designed by sculptor Anish Kapoor, is the world’s longest
and tallest tunnel slide.
With a capacity of just over 20,000, this is the world’s busiest music venue, ahead of New York’s Madison Square Garden.
12 mins on the DLR, is Europe’s largest urban shopping centre, with over 250 shops, and more than 65 restaurants.
Fast access across the city with unrivalled transport links, and an epicentre for culture and creativity.