Luxury Serviced Apartments in Hammersmith

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£264

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pin Kensington | 1.7 miles from Hammersmith
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£450

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pin Kensington | 1.7 miles from Hammersmith
pin Kensington | 1.7 miles from Hammersmith
pin Kensington | 1.8 miles from Hammersmith
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£430

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pin South Kensington | 1.8 miles from Hammersmith
pin South Kensington | 1.8 miles from Hammersmith
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£268

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pin Fulham | 1.8 miles from Hammersmith
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£312

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pin Gloucester Road | 1.8 miles from Hammersmith
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£480

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pin Gloucester Road | 1.8 miles from Hammersmith

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Hammersmith Guide

Whether you’re looking for an easy commute into the city or taking in the vibrant London art scene, our apartments in Hammersmith will be well suited to you. For business travellers, our apartments offer easy access to transport links around the city and come well equipped to help you relax after a long days’ work. Visitors coming to Hammersmith to enjoy its idyllic riverside location and its many culinary delights choose our apartments as their own private base from which to explore the area.

Staying in an apartment in Hammersmith can be a unique way of experiencing London as the locals do.  Your apartment will become your home for the duration of your stay, and being in a popular commuter location, you’ll get to experience how real Londoners live.  To ease your stay, even more, you will be able to enjoy added hotel-like benefits such as maid and linen services.

Staying in Hammersmith

A lovely riverside location with fantastic transport links around London, Hammersmith is full of elegant architecture, great nightlife and a renowned home for performing arts.  The area is popular with young professionals being within an easy commute into the city.

During the summer months, Hammersmith’s riverside is awash with people enjoying al fresco eating and drinking in one of the many waterside establishments.  A path runs along the banks of the River Thames, enabling excellent riverside walks and interspersed with attractive grassy areas to stop, relax and take in the calm.

Each year, the famous Oxford/Cambridge boat race can be viewed from one of these green spaces, providing a great atmosphere and excellent vantage point close to the action. The area is rife with superb eateries, including a quaint and historic pub, The Dove, situated on the riverbank, as well as the Michelin star River Café, producing fine culinary talent like Jamie Oliver.

Culture lovers are in for a treat with three excellent performance spaces to choose from.  The Hammersmith Apollo is a major music venue, opening the curtain for many internationally famous names.  The Lyric Theatre presents a calendar of provoking theatrical performances, as the Riverside Studios (formerly a water pump factory) showcases more experimental pieces.

The shopping scene in Hammersmith mostly consists of typical high street stores, great for shoppers looking for a bargain.  For a more serious shopping spree, nearby Westfield Stratford City is just a bus ride away, offering hundreds of shops, a selection of restaurants and some of the UK’s biggest cinema screens.

First time in a London apartment?

It’s a great experience to stay in the heart of one of the busiest cities in the world, and an even greater one to do it in your own private apartment.  There are many accommodation options to choose from in London, with hotels often the most obvious choice.  But what you may not know is that you can get so much more for your money if you try a serviced apartment instead.  Serviced apartments usually have more space than a hotel room of the same standard. Plus, all of our apartments come with a fully equipped kitchen (or kitchenette in studio apartments).

With a serviced apartment you are free to entertain at your leisure, with separate lounge areas and multiple bedrooms for those travelling with family or friends.  

Hammersmith