Chalk Farm sits at the heart of one of London's most desirable areas, allowing tourists to easily take in the sights and sounds of neighbouring Camden and Primrose Hill.
The vibrant district is popular with both locals and visitors alike, and contains comprehensive transport links with the rest of London.
Chalk Farm is renowned for its rich cultural life, with The Roundhouse venue one of London's most popular. Built in 1846 as a railway shed, the circular venue now hosts the annual BBC Electric Proms and iTunes Music Festival. Since its conversion to a performing arts space in 1964, The Roundhouse has played host to world-famous musicians such as Bob Dylan and The Doors.
Tourists staying at Premier Inn's Chalk Farm hotel should also visit Queen's Crescent Market to absorb the area's local history and traditions. Selling a variety of fresh produce and locally made goods, the market is filled with stalls that have been passed down through generations of traders and market dealers.
Premier Inn guests are ideally placed to enjoy the area's numerous artistic attractions, with Chalk Farm Gallery, 176 Gallery and the nearby Painted Earth all displaying an exciting range of paintings and sculptures.