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Serviced Apartments in Soho

The epicentre of London’s entertainment industry, from theatres and cinemas to casinos and nightclubs, our serviced apartments in Soho are right in the middle of one of London’s busiest districts.

Where is Soho in London?

Roughly the square between Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road, Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square Tube stations, Soho is right in the middle of central London and part of the famous London West End.

What is the appeal of staying in Soho?

Soho is ideal for travellers who enjoy being right in the centre of what is happening in London. From here you will be walking distance from London’s shopping, theatre, cinema and nightlife hotspots.

Originally the meeting place of the aristocracy, since the 19th Century Soho has become the capital’s entertainment district. Here is where you will find famous cinemas, theatres, casinos and nightclubs in what is today London’s most energetic and vibrant area. 

Things to do in Soho

For travellers who enjoy exploring and experiencing the nightlife of a city, Soho is the place to be.

London’s West End is known worldwide as one of the top places for theatre around the globe, and you can find a big number of them hosting internationally acclaimed plays on or around Shaftesbury Avenue.

Regent and Oxford Street, right on the borders of Soho, offer some of the best high-street shopping London has to offer, including the flagship stores for Top Shop, Zara, H&M, Gap, Asics, New Balance and Uniqlo. Carnaby Street and Liberty department store add unique high-end labels to the mix, making Soho a mecca for any fashionista visiting the capital.

Around Leicester Square are the city’s most famous cinemas and the location of most film premieres in London as well as part of the BFI Film Festival in autumn. Just behind Leicester Square is London’s famous Chinatown, the place to be in early February as the Chinese community celebrates Chinese New Year with parades and decorated streets. 

For those seeking London’s bohemian side, you need to look no further.  The area around Soho Square, namely Dean, Frith, Beak and Old Compton streets come alive as nightclubs open their doors after 10pm and hundreds of locals and visitors flock to enjoy the best of London’s nightlife.

And of course, from here you can easily access all of London’s famous attractions and landmarks during the day, being only a few Tube stations away from all the action. 

Places to eat in Soho

Brimming with Chinese restaurants, cafes and kiosks, and open until the early hours of the morning, London’s Chinatown, centred on Gerrard Street, is one dining experience not to be missed. Don’t forget to take a picture by the Chinese Arch at the Wardour Street end.  

Apart from Chinatown, Soho boasts an eclectic mix of restaurants chains and takeaway kiosks. Wander any of the streets here and you will find a great place to eat. But if you want something marginally less busy, you can always cross Charing Cross Road into Covent Garden for a more sedate dining experience or take something home to enjoy in the space of your Soho apartment.

First time staying in a London serviced Apartment?

Offering more space, privacy and flexibility, our London serviced apartments combine the best of self-catering accommodation with the services of a hotel, and provide you with a great base from which to explore the capital.

Having the extra space and facilities, you can choose exactly when to go out and enjoy the Soho nightlife to the full and when to stay in and enjoy a relaxing day. Available with multiple bedrooms, our apartments are also ideal for families or friends wishing to stay together without compromising on privacy.

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