Luxury Serviced Apartments in
Holland Park

An affluent and fashionable area of London, our serviced apartments in Holland Park are the best way to experience an authentic taste of what the city and this leafy residential district have to offer.

Where is Holland Park in London?

Part of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea located just west of Kensington Gardens, between the famous districts of Notting Hill and Kensington, Holland Park is the area immediately around Holland Park itself.  

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Holland Park Guide

An affluent and fashionable area of London, our serviced apartments in Holland Park are the best way to experience an authentic taste of what the city and this leafy residential district have to offer.

Where is Holland Park in London?

Part of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea located just west of Kensington Gardens, between the famous districts of Notting Hill and Kensington, Holland Park is the area immediately around Holland Park itself.  

Accessible through Notting Hill Gate, Holland Park and High Street Kensington Underground stations, it sits only 15 minutes away from Westminster on the Underground District Line.

What is the appeal of staying in Holland Park?

Rich in green spaces and boasting a residential feel, Holland Park is ideal for families, those who love the outdoors or guests wanting to stay in a more peaceful part of the city.

The area is mostly residential, but it is ideally located for exploring some of London’s most famous neighbourhoods – Kensington, home to a handful of the Royal Family and London’s museum district, and Nothing Hill, immortalised on film and famous for its chic vintage vibe. This part of London is also only about 20 minutes on the Tube from some of London’s most famous attractions.

Things to do in Holland Park

Holland Park is a leafy, fashionable and affluent residential district famous for its beautiful Victorian townhouses.  

For active travellers and families, the surrounding parks offer a great place to walk, jog, picnic and play during warmer months. Fans of horticulture will also be spoiled by the beauty of the The Orangery and Kyoto Garden within Holland Park itself. 

Those who are interested in culture and history will enjoy a visit to Leighton House Museum, the stunning former home of Victorian artists Lord Frederic Leighton, as well as a visit to 18 Stratford Terrace, the former home of Punch cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne.  The Design Museum is just on the edges of Holland Park itself and, inside the park, The Orangery also hosts art exhibitions. A few minutes away on the Tube and into Kensington is the museum district where you will find the Natural History, Science and V&A museums. 

Head to Kensington High Street, just at the edges of the Holland Park district, or Kensington Church Street for a spot of shopping or go a little further into Portobello Road in Notting Hill or Brompton Road in Knightsbridge for upmarket stores and markets.

Places to eat in Holland Park

Holland Park has a good selection of high quality places to eat, chic wine bars and buzzing brasseries Head to Notting Hill Gate and Kensington Church Street for even more restaurants, coffee shops and bars.  You will also find a great selection of places to eat at Kensington High Street and a little further afield on Portobello Road.

First time staying in a London Apartment?

Offering more space and versatility, serviced apartments boast a kitchen and living area, available with multiple bedrooms and inclusive of regular services, such as housekeeping and linen changes, serviced apartments offer you the room to live in London like a resident while enjoying the perks of a visitor. Cook, eat, entertain or relax in your very own living area. Bring the kids or visit the city for a romantic getaway.  Whatever your needs are, we have the perfect serviced apartment for you.