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Short-term rentals are perfect for business trips to London. London is a thriving hub of business activity, much of it concentrated in areas between Heathrow in the west, to Canary Wharf in the east. Different types of business are centred in broad areas, and here is a rough guide.
|Canary Wharf||A hub for banking and business services|
|Clerkenwell||One of London’s villages and is a hub for digital businesses and start-ups|
|“The City”||Attracts insurance, financial services, and legal firms|
|Holborn||Attracts accounting and consultancy|
|The West End||Home to London’s famous retail and shopping heaven including Regent’s Street|
|Soho||You will find plenty of media and creative types|
|Heathrow||Is, of course, home to transport and travel, while also TV, media, life sciences, pharma|
Business parks in London are also on the rise. These purpose-built developments are home to a wide range of businesses and organisations. Chiswick Business Park in the west and North London Business Park in New Southgate are two of the busiest.
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London is full of world-class attractions for tourists, including historic buildings, museums, galleries, theatre and shopping. There are also hundreds of sights which tourists love to discover by exploring the city.
|Area||Type of Tourist Attraction|
|West End||Theatres, shopping, restaurants|
|Westminster||Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, London Eye, Sealife Centre|
|City of London||Tower Bridge, Tower of London|
|London Bridge||The Shard, Borough Market|
|Park Lane||Hyde Park, luxury restaurants|
|Camden||Camden Market, independent shops and restaurants|
|Notting Hill||Antiques market, restaurants, village atmosphere|
|Marylebone||Madame Tussauds, London Planetarium|
|Greenwich||Royal Observatory, Greenwich Park|
Living in London usually means setting up home outside of the centre of the city. If you are looking for somewhere to live, you are likely to be heading for residential areas, especially if you are visiting as a family.
|Richmond||Shopping, riverside, open spaces, schools|
|Kensington||Tourist attractions, parks, restaurants, colleges|
|Greenwich||Historic buildings, riverside attractions, O2 Arena, parks|
|Hampstead||Village atmosphere, schools, Hampstead Heath|
|Islington||Restaurants, shopping, theatres, Emirates Stadium, colleges|
|Walthamstow||Independent shops, nature reserve, outdoor market|
Some of London’s most popular places to live offer plenty of green spaces, thriving High Streets, and great schools and colleges. If you are visiting friends or relatives, these are also the areas they may well be living in. We can help you find apartments in these popular hotspots, but it is also easy for you and your friends to travel to the central areas to meet up.
We offer short term rentals in serviced apartments throughout London and in surrounding areas. All the apartments we offer are fully furnished, and your rental includes a range of services and facilities. Short term rentals for most properties begin at 3 days, but can be agreed for over a year. Extending or changing the length of your stay is easy and flexible.
We offer apartments for a complete range of budgets, from the affordable to luxurious. Location, size and facilities are reflected in prices ranging from under £50 a night to over £700. We also have special offers available which can make your trip to London even more cost effective.
You can find current prices for immediately available apartments by contacting us at any time. Early booking is always advisable to make sure you have most choice.
London prices are generally higher than in the rest of the UK, but there are competitive prices for accommodation in areas such as Acton, Shepherd’s Bush, Kentish Town, Stepney Green and Dalston. The cost of eating, drinking and entertainment is also likely to be easier on the pocket in these areas than the West End. Expect the highest prices in affluent areas such as Mayfair and Park Lane.
If luxury is at the top of your wish list, we offer a huge range of contemporary, no-expense-spared apartments to superior penthouses and traditionally-styled London town houses. A full range of concierge services which cater for your every need is also available in our most exclusive apartments.
The answer is probably ‘yes’. The property market in London has been hugely competitive for years, and the better position you’re in as a buyer can give you a real advantage.
If you are a cash buyer in a short term rental, you can move much more quickly than anyone who has to find a buyer and wait for all parties in a property chain to complete. And that makes your offer much more likely to be accepted by anyone selling their home.
A short term rental also gives you the chance to get to know the area you are in. Knowing the advantages and disadvantages of specific streets can help you to decide exactly where you want to live, and will give you a clear view of transport links, shops, restaurants and services.