Part of the financial district of the City of London serviced apartments in Aldgate are surrounded by high-end retail outlets and independent shops, exclusive restaurants and bars and some of London’s most recognisable landmarks
One of London’s affluent and quintessentially British districts, our handpicked serviced apartments in Belgravia are as elegant as the area and provide the perfect accommodation for any visitor wanting to stay within one of London’s most exclusive boroughs
Feel like home in the beautiful Bloomsbury area of London with your own apartment, complete with kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and living space to maximise your comfort during your stay
Home to a range of historic landmarks, tourist attractions and famed cultural institutions, Borough is one of London’s most culturally vibrant districts
On the surface, Canary Wharf resembles London’s lively financial core; sleek, towering skyscrapers make up the dizzying skyline and busy city workers populate the entire area during weekdays
Historically, The City of London has been one of London’s most affluent and financially dominated districts
As one of the most popular districts in London’s West End, Covent Garden is home to some of the most luxurious serviced apartments in London
An apartment in Earls Court is convenient for anyone exhibiting at or visiting one of the varied events that take place in the area’s main exhibition centre
Situated in the heart of central London, Fitzrovia is one of the most glamourous districts in the city
Once a mecca for wealthy 18th-century men to drink and gamble, Fulham has today flourished into a thriving, cosmopolitan area of London
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 a quiet visit, away from the tourist bustle of the West End and Covent Garden, Holborn is predominantly a commercial area, popular with lawyers and media professionals
Enjoy London at a slower pace with luxury serviced apartments in Hyde Park, one of the city’s most beautiful green spaces
Known for its extravagant aura, Kensington is one of our most highly concentrated districts in London
Part of the borough of Richmond, the London area of Kew is famous for its stunning gardens and suburban location
Better known for its shady past, as depicted in Dickens’ Oliver Twist, King’s Cross has in recent years undergone vast redevelopment, brightening the area into a hub for fashion and arts
At Central London Apartments, we specialise in providing luxury serviced apartments in Knightsbridge
Offering more space, flexibility and convenience, our serviced apartments in Liverpool Street are ideally located to explore the best London has to offer
London Bridge is often mistaken for just being the infrastructure that connects Borough to The City of London
South of the River Thames, the distinctive district of Battersea can be found
Known in London as one of the most trendy and characterful districts, Camden is one of the most common destinations for a trip to the capital
Adjacent to the River Thames and neighbouring the South Kensington district, Chelsea is one of the most affluent areas of London
Luxury serviced apartments in Oxford Street are some of the finest around
With a rich background of entertainment and theatre, Soho has recently turned into an incredibly sought after area for young and trendy Londoners
London is a city begging to be explored
A thriving cosmopolitan neighbourhood in West London, Notting Hill is a desirable area for aspiring artists, musicians, writers, young professionals and even celebrities. The area is easily accessible from the Underground, with close proximity to the centre of London.
Brimming with fantastic art galleries, from the small independents to the more traditional Temple Gallery, and housing the internationally renowned Gate Theatre, Notting Hill is a hive of artistic delights. Visitors and residents alike enjoy a diverse range of musical, dance and theatrical performances in the many contemporary venues that the area has to offer.
The entertainment scene explodes into the Notting Hill Carnival every summer, combining dance, music and theatrics with a Caribbean party atmosphere. Every August Bank Holiday crowds dance their way into the area to marvel at the elaborate costumes, taste exotic cuisines and join in the party. Since it began in the 1950s the Notting Hill Carnival has become Europe’s largest street festival, attracting visitors from all over the world.
Another key attraction that has received a global reputation is the famous Portobello Market situated on Portobello Road. Fridays and Saturdays are the main market days, seeing the area alive with bustling shoppers picking up fresh fruit and vegetables, browsing the many clothing stalls and hunting out quality antiques. A mile-long, the market has everything from secondhand knick-knacks to mouth-watering street foods.
Dining in Notting Hill is a delight for everyone from experimental foodies to even the fussiest of eaters. With Michelin Star restaurants, to traditional English pubs, there are plenty of options to appease every palette. Afterwards, Notting Hill’s many fashionable bars are a great place to absorb the area’s famed cosmopolitan vibe.
The area grew in popularity following the box office hit, romantic comedy aptly titled Notting Hill. Starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts and filmed in 1999, the film features many areas of the neighbourhood, which can be viewed on a dedicated Notting Hill Film Tour. A must-see for all rom-com fans.