A Guide To The Best Areas For A Short Stay In London


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London is a sprawling city with many suburbs and for most visitors, staying somewhere in Central London would be the goal. We all know how busy the city can be, therefore minimising travel is always the best solution. With that in mind, here is a guide to a few of the best neighbourhoods in Central London.


South of Hyde Park, Knightsbridge is a residential and retail part of London that is very popular as a short stay destination. South of Knightsbridge is the district of Chelsea, with Belgravia to the east and South Kensington is to the west. Of course, the shopping in Knightsbridge is out of this world, while there are some great restaurants and cocktail bars nearby. One of the most fashionable areas of London, Knightsbridge is home to many celebrities and who knows? You might bump into a few of your favourite TV and music stars.


What better place to stay than exclusive Mayfair? Book one of the luxury serviced apartments London Mayfair offers and you are in the centre of all the nightclub action. Located at the eastern edge of Hyde Park in the City of Westminster, Mayfair is between Oxford Street and Regent Street – one of the most exclusive residential areas in the world. Park Lane is just around the corner and you can walk through the many mews and attractive gardens that are found in this exclusive area of London.


Just to the west of Central London lies the Borough of Kensington and staying there puts you right next to Kensington High Street, which is a shopper’s delight. To the north east is the idyllic Kensington Gardens and within walking distance are the Royal Albert Hall, Imperial College of London, Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. If you are into history, this is the place to stay, where you can visit the many museums and learn more about British history and culture.

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Covent Garden

Known as the art centre of London, Covent Garden sits on the eastern edge of the West End; it is between Drury Lane and St Martin’s Lane, with the Royal Opera House, which is often referred to as Covent Garden. The great thing about short stay luxury apartments London has is how close you are to the places of interest that makes London the city that it is. There are 1, 2, 3 and even 4-bedroom apartments, which is ideal for a large family. Start your search for the perfect serviced apartment today.

Earls Court

This is a district of Kensington, with Fulham to the west, Chelsea to the south and Kensington to the north east. If you book a serviced apartment in Earls Court, you are close to many famous museums, plus Hyde Park is only minutes away.


This district is centered around Paddington Station, which is the start of the Great Western Railway line and in the swinging 1960s, Paddington was the place to be. There are several famous markets in this western region of the capital. With a fully furnished serviced apartment right in the centre of Paddington, you can enjoy your long weekend in the nation’s capital city.

As you can see, there are many districts in Central London where you can stay in a serviced apartment – one, two, three and even four-bedroom apartments. Start with a Google search to find a leading serviced apartment provider and when you find the right apartment, make your booking to ensure that your stay in London is a wonderful experience.

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