Luxury Serviced Apartments in Kensington

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Kensington Guide

Known for its extravagant aura, Kensington is one of our most highly concentrated districts in London. These superlatives certainly apply to Kensington apartments too. As London’s top luxury serviced apartment provider, here at Central London Apartments, we have an unparalleled collection of Kensington apartments. In line with our whole portfolio, our luxury serviced apartments in Kensington consist of luxurious furnishings and sleek interior décor. With a vast variety of locations within Kensington, our assiduous team will be sure to fulfil your specific requirements and make your trip to London as pleasant as possible.


One reason why Kensington is such a sought after area is because of its accessibility to some of the main tourists' attractions in London. With Hyde Parkthe Royal Albert Hall and the Natural History Museum all inside the district borders, it is easy to see as to why holiday apartments to rent in Kensington are so popular. If that’s not a good enough reason to stay in Kensington, the picturesque street views are truly something to behold. This, partnered with a host of designer fashion stores, high-end restaurants and 5-star hotels shows that our luxury serviced apartments are situated in the perfect place.


A luxury serviced apartment is an accommodation that caters to specific needs. That can be through the provision of a well-equipped kitchen for cooking your own preferred meals, or a private living area to relax in: serviced apartments in Kensington fit the bill in all aspects of accommodation.

A fundamental aspect of all serviced apartments near Kensington is that they provide more than enough space for the number of guests residing in the apartment. In modern-day London, space is becoming a more and more prized aspect of all types of accommodation. Therefore, in our Kensington holiday apartments, we make sure that there is plentiful room in which to entertain, relax and rest.

Serviced apartments, in general, provide a huge amount of flexibility. Want to come and visit London for a long weekend? We can find somewhere for you. Or are you planning a long trip away to properly discover what London has to offer? At Central London Apartments we have the ability to carry out your requests.

One of the main reasons why people choose to rent our serviced apartments in Kensington is due to the privacy and freedom they allow during your stay. If you prefer eating in the company of your family or just want to put an easy meal together after a long day, serviced apartments are perfect for whatever the situation.


A benefit that we try to include with the majority of our apartments in Kensington is an outside area to enjoy. Whether enjoying the mild summer weather, or admiring some of the views that affluent districts such as Kensington provide, balconies or garden terraces can be the cherry on top for a luxury apartment.

In recent times, more and more serviced apartments are becoming a part of dedicated apartment blocks. With this, it can provide a collection of positives. One of these is that there is often a leisure or fitness centre within the building. If making sure that you maintain a fitness regime is an important part of your holiday agenda then these is certainly a must-have.

One of the perks of staying in one of our short stay apartments in Kensington is that you have access to some of London’s finest shopping areas on your doorstep. Not only are there designer fashion shops, but there are many distinguished jewellers and restaurants that help make Kensington one of the most luxurious areas of London.

Kensington is also incredibly accessible. With a multitude of tube stations and bus stops, Kensington is one of the best places to stay if travelling around London is at the top of your list.



Lying in the central-western part of London, Kensington is in close proximity of a handful of major landmarks, meaning that it is a very convenient location. With Gloucester Road, South Kensington and Notting Hill Gate being the area’s three key tube stops, Kensington incorporates some of the major lines that travel through London. With this of, course are several buses stop along the major roads as well as an abundance of black cabs.


Located at the eastern end of Hyde Park is the impressive Kensington Palace. An astonishing and imposing stately home, Kensington Palace and its gardens is one of the most beautiful landmarks in London. The district is also home to several museums. With the Natural History Museum, Science Museum and the Design Museum it is almost impossible to run out of things to do in a day in Kensington. These museums are always changing their exhibitions and material; therefore there will plenty more to see if you decide to revisit the area a few months later.

Kensington is also home to two of London’s biggest musical arenas. With the Royal Albert Hall and Royal College of Music, there is not only a huge amount of history but also an option for some evening entertainment.


High street Kensington is lined with a variety of grand bars and restaurants. One of these is the Piano Bar. Branded as an exciting live music cocktail bar, it is certainly the one for a few late-night drinks and a bit of dancing. Prefer something a bit more civilised? Balans Soho Society Restaurant is a late-night restaurant and bar, with a more tempered vibe. Moving away from the high-street, Blagclub Kensington is a beautifully decorated nightclub suitable for a bit of early morning pirouetting.


As you can imagine, Kensington is ideal for the high-end shopper who is willing to splash the cash on both independent and famous brands. Whether it’s for luxury linen and scents from Cologne & Cotton, or to satisfy that sweet tooth at Leonidas Belgian Chocolates, there is vast amounts of choice amongst the Kensington streets. With a wide selection of culture on offer, the museums and Kensington Palace will all have shops in which memorable souvenirs can be bought.

Food & Drink

With a plethora of places to eat and drink, Kensington is home to The Ivy Kensington Brasserie, serving a mixture of contemporary British food all day long. Want to indulge yourself in some Asian cuisine? Yashin Sushi and Little India are some popular and scrumptious options. Yet, if you want to wallow in the traditional British culture, then Maggie Jones’s Restaurant is one of the better options in London, let alone Kensington.