Top 10 London Serviced Apartment Destinations

London is the UKís commercial, political and financial centre and every year it attracts 3.5 million business visitors from across the UK and around the world. More and more are choosing to stay in the serviced apartments London has to offer, which offer more space and freedom than hotel rooms and offer significant savings on long term stays.

What makes an area a top London serviced apartment destination? They need either to be close to business travellersí place of work or in a location with good transport links, they also need to provide good local amenities, and many visitors will want entertainment facilities nearby.

The Top Ten

1 The City

It's not surprising that this is the most popular London serviced apartment destination. The City is the hub of the United Kingdom's financial industry and one of the world's most important business centres. Far more people work in the City than actually live there, so there is significant demand for accommodation and the area has excellent transport links to the rest of London.

2 Richmond

The London borough of Richmond-upon-Thames in south west London is an ideal location for those working in central London but wanting to stay in a quieter area. The borough has five times more green and open space than any other London borough, yet it is also connected to central London via National Rail and underground services and benefits from being a half an hour drive from Heathrow Airport.

3 Covent Garden

This area of London is well known for its theatres, restaurants and street performers but it is also favoured by business travellers for its central position close to the City. Any business traveller staying here is also sure to find plenty to entertain themselves in the evenings and weekends, making this another very popular London serviced apartment destination.

4 Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf is a thriving and vibrant business district that is beginning to rival the City as one of London's most important financial districts. This means that, like the City, Canary Wharf is a popular choice for business travellers.. The area is also famed for its cutting-edge architecture and also boasts a wide range of shops, restaurants, pubs and wine bars.

5 Westminster

Westminster is one of the most famous areas of London, containing some of London's most iconic landmarks, from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace. Many business travellers favour the area when choosing a serviced apartment in London thanks to its central location and extensive transport links to other parts of London.

6 Holborn

Holborn is a thriving business area located close to St. Paul's Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, and Covent Garden. For the many business visitors who work here or nearby, it is an ideal London serviced apartment destination, not only for its rich history and boutique-style entrepreneurial ventures but for its transport links - two of London's main railway stations, Kings Cross St Pancras and Euston, are in the area.

7 Earls Court

Home to the Earls Court Exhibition Centre, one of the UK's largest indoor arenas, Earls Court is also within walking distance of the shops of High Street Kensington and the museums of South Kensington. It is well-situated for business visitors, with Earls Court underground station and West Brompton underground and railway station providing connections to locations across London.

8 South Kensington

South Kensington is an appealing London serviced apartment destination thanks to its excellent shopping and leisure facilities and its proximity to central London. With Hyde Park on their doorstep as well as numerous museums, - including the Victoria and Albert, guests will never be short of things to do outside of work.

9 Marylebone

Marylebone is an affluent area in central London, bordered by Oxford Street - one of London's top shopping destinations. The numerous tourist attractions nearby - from Marble Arch to Regent's Park - ensure that guests have plenty to do during their stay.

10 London Bridge

Direct links to Cannon Street and Waterloo Stations make London Bridge a pivotal point on the south bank of the Thames and an ideal London serviced apartment destination. London Bridge underground station is on the Northern line, meaning business travellers staying here can travel with ease to Bank underground station as well as to Euston and King's Cross/St Pancras railway stations.

The Contenders

11 Bermondsey

At the bank of the Thames Bermondsey is a really vibrant place, just a few minutes from central London, with great transportation links (Jubilee Line) And is also close to Waterloo

12 Moorgate

Loads of Cafes and Restaurants nearby, amazing Transportation Links in the area, Liverpool Street and Farringdon being the major ones, next to other stations like Aldgate, Barbican, St. Paul's etc.. Which can link people who live here with leisure facilities in no time. Up and coming part of London

13 Shoreditch

Being traveler I would recommend this place! One of the most creative and artistic neighborhoods in London. to make your stay more pleasant and comfortable you can opt for serviced apartments like thesqua.re- a community for travelers specifically dealing in major cities such as London, Paris and New York.

The hub of art and creativity, Shoreditch is one of the most happening neighbourhoods of London. The area is dotted with trendy art galleries, happening museums, cafes an d restaurants. You can find a wide range of thesqua.re serviced apartments in this part of London. The area is well connected to other parts of London.

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