Luxury Serviced Apartments in Kew

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pin Richmond | 1.5 miles from Kew
pin Hammersmith | 2.2 miles from Kew
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£156

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pin St Margarets | 2.2 miles from Kew
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pin East Twickenham | 2.3 miles from Kew
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pin Notting Hill | 4.3 miles from Kew
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pin Fulham | 4.4 miles from Kew
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pin Fulham | 4.4 miles from Kew

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Kew Guide

Part of the borough of Richmond, the London area of Kew is famous for its stunning gardens and suburban location. A serviced apartment in Kew is the best way to make the most of what the area has to offer, enjoying an authentic experience of the capital during your stay. 

Where is the Kew area of London?

Dominated by the beautiful Kew Gardens and nestled inside a meandering turn of the River Thames, the area of Kew lies 27 minutes west of Westminster on the London Underground District Line.

What is the appeal of staying in Kew?

Rich in green open spaces, away from the hustle and bustle of central London, and showing a distinct lack of high-rise buildings, Kew has a very serene and suburban feel, perfect for families or travellers who enjoy the outdoors and a more tranquil pace of life.

Things to do in Kew and Richmond

Kew Garden is home to the Royal Botanical Gardens, which has plenty to see and do and will keep the whole family happy, including The Hive art sculpture, the Treetop Walkway, Palm House and Marianne North Gallery. Gardening and horticulture fans will also enjoy the diverse natural landscapes and habitats, and animal lovers will love wildlife spotting in the Deer Park.

For sports fans, you can not only do a lot of walking while taking in the beautiful scenery around The Royal Botanical Gardens, but there are also sports clubs around Richmond Park. From swimming at the Richmond Swimming Baths to enjoying a spot of golf, cricket, archery, tennis or athletics, there is even a gym and squash club.

There is also plenty to see. From the historic Kew Palace, once home to Queen Victoria’s father, King George III; to the Great Pagoda landmark and Museum N.1. During the winter, Kew Gardens also becomes the host of an annual light show and ice skating rink. 

And of course, a short half-hour trip into central London and you can enjoy all the attractions of the city.

Places to eat in Kew
The area of Kew is dotted with great places to eat, mostly gastro-pubs and independent restaurants, which add to its suburban charm. During the summer, many restaurants make the most of their serene surroundings and offer outdoor dining. Highlights are Annie’s and The Kew Greenhouse Café, Kew Grill, and The Greyhound Pub. Although there are restaurants dotted all over the area, you will find a good selection close to the Tube station and down Kew Gardens Road.

First time staying in a London serviced apartment?

There is no better accommodation in a district like Kew than a serviced apartment.  Including an added kitchen and living area, our handpicked apartments provide you with all the benefits of a holiday home, offering more privacy, space and flexibility.  So you can decide exactly when to explore the city and when to relax at home. 

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