Tribe Canary Wharf, London, review | The Sun

The new hotel in London's Canary Wharf is the first in the UK for the Tribe chain – which offers "accessible luxury", with high end features but no frills.

Read on to find out more about the food and what the rooms are like.

Where is Tribe Canary Wharf?

Overlooking Canary Wharf's dock, Tribe is a five-minute walk from the tube station.

It's surrounded by some of the city's most popular chain restaurants like Patty & Bun and Dishoom.

What is Tribe Canary Wharf like?

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The hotel is modern and stylish, with edgy graphic design and chrome gold lighting in the bedrooms.

It's in a prime spot in London and the cool interiors separate it from older, more traditional hotels.

What is there to do at Tribe Canary Wharf?

There's no gym or extra amenities, although there are lots of seats and tables in the 24-hour lobby if you need to work.

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Just outside is GoBoat if you fancy a ride around Canary Wharf's canals, while many of London's main tourist attractions are a short tube ride away.

What is there to eat and drink at Tribe Canary Wharf?

The district might have all the food joints you could want, from Hawksmoor to Market Hall, but the hotel's Feels Like June restaurant offers a unique take on California dining.

Don't miss out on sharing pork tacos or the extensive list of unique cocktails, with a highlight being the delicious Rhubarb Cosmopolitan.

It's also a great spot for breakfast, so you can indulge in avocado on toast or a superfood smoothie bowl before checkout.

Remember to visit the 24-hour Grab & Go station near reception, which has pre-packaged meals, snacks and a coffee station.

What are the rooms like at Tribe Canary Wharf?

While simple – don't expect dressing gowns or slippers – the 320 rooms have everything you need, including complimentary toiletries, USB ports by the bed plus tea and coffee.

They are compact, but the floor-to-ceiling windows with views over Canary Wharf make up for it.

How much is Tribe Canary Wharf?

Rooms start from £189 a night. Click here to book.

Is Tribe Canary Wharf family friendly?

The hotel is not really suited to kids.

Is there access for guests with disabilities?

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Yes, there are 16 accessible rooms.

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