London Serviced Apartments & Self Catering Accommodation
- Bethnal Green
- Canary Wharf
- City of London
- Covent Garden
- Kingston upon Thames
- Notting Hill
- Richmond upon Thames
- South Kensington
- St John's Wood
Traditional Five Star Luxury in Mayfair, London
Exceptional five star serviced apartments in Shepherd Street, Mayfar. Both classic and contemporary properties are available here at Mayfair House, just over 5 minutes from Green Park tube station on foot.
These luxurious apartments are available in a range of sizes, suitable for accommodating 2, 4, 6 or even 8 people.
Stunning serviced apartments with some of the best views in London
Incredible five star serviced apartments at a recently-built aparthotel next to the River Thames and the Tower of London.
One, two and three bed apartments are available, many of which enjoy unparallelled vistas of iconic Tower Bridge.
Modern luxurious executive apartments in Canary Wharf
Superb five star serviced accommodation in Canary Wharf, East London. Situated at West India Quay, this executive aparthotel offers studios, one and two bed apartments.
Brilliantly located for anyone working in or visiting Canary Wharf business district, the apartments are also just a short walk from local shopping malls, restaurants, the DLR and the Jubilee Line.
Superb five star aparthotel in desirable Knightsbridge
These wonderful 5* serviced apartments are brilliantly located in Knightsbridge - one of the most exclusive parts of London.
A choice of one bed, two bed and three bed apartments (as well as a townhouse) are available to rent, all stylishly decorated throughout and equipped with air conditioning.
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London is one of the most exciting cities in the world, buzzing with culture, the arts, history and heritage. Whether your extended stay in the capital is for business or for pleasure, we feel sure these serviced apartments in London will right up your street. We have split the serviced apartments up in to boroughs and districts to make it easy to navigate through to the area in which you wish to stay. If you are looking for a short term let in London, start your search for a serviced office by exploring the links below. While you're in London, why not try afternoon tea on the Thames, too!
Points of Interest in London
- Royal Institution
Dedictated to scientific education and research, the Royal Institution in Mayfair is especially well known for its Christmas Lectures. The Albemarle Street building also houses the free-to-visit Faraday Museum.
- The Glades, Bromley
The Glades is a major shopping mall in Bromley town centre which opened in 1991. It has over 130 stores including Marks & Spencer, Apple, Superdry and Argos.
- Camden Market
Camden Market is famous for his eclectic range of stalls selling clothes, art, music and accessories.
- Richmond Riverside
With pubs, restaurants and plenty of space to sity and relax, Richmond Riverside is a beautiful place to stop and enjoy watching the river with friends. Or why not take a trip on the water or hire your own boat?
- Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Free-to-visit parklands built for London 2012 which are home to a range of sports venues and attractions such as the London Stadium, the London Aquatics Centre, the Copper Box Arena and the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
- Balans Soho
Famous Soho eaterie in Old Compton Street which is open through the night, closing at 5am on weekdays and 6am at weekends.
- Mount Street Gardens
This Green Flag-award winning park in Mayfair, created on a former burial ground, is an oasis of peace and calm. Nearby Mount Street is home to many interesting shops and businesses.
- Portobello Market
Famous market on Portobello Road in Notting Hill which is popular for rummaging through antiques and collectables on Saturdays.
- Museum of London
Museum in the City of London dedicated to telling the story of London from pre-historic times to the modern day.
- Prince Edward Theatre
West End theatre in Old Compton Street which dates back to the 1930s and is currently home to the London production of Aladdin.