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London is perhaps the most famous and best-loved city in the world. Its cosmopolitan atmosphere is imbued with a constant buzz that bounces off the major attractions, the incredible architecture, and the rich heritage. There are so many different sides to London, form luxurious neighbourhoods to urban hotspots and quirky old streets and a trip there will have you stepping back in time to a more regal, romantic period but with the added benefits of the huge diversity that the city has in the modern day. For the perfect place to stay in England’s capital, check out our great range of apartments in London that are dotted throughout the city, including cheap studios with fantastic skyline views and boutique rentals within walking distance of all the major sights.
London is a tapestry of different neighbourhoods, each with their own distinct personalities and attractions to offer. The South Bank area is a popular stretch of London that sprawls out alongside the Thames from Westminster Bridge to London Bridge and is filled with museums, galleries, and a selection of theatres. Along the river bank there are numerous street performers and an eclectic selection of locals who choose this area as their hangout. Then there’s Covent Garden, one of the best-loved areas of London. Here, you can wander through a quirky selection of boutique stalls and shops and dip in and out of independent cafes serving an experimental selection of cupcakes and coffee. This area is also home to the Royal Opera House and is the go-to place for evening entertainment.
Camden is a grittier area with a young crowd who spend their days strolling through the many street markets and sitting outside cafes soaking up the creative atmosphere. South Kensington is another popular neighbourhood and boasts rows of luxurious town houses as well as Exhibition Road which is home to some of the city’s most famous galleries and museums. Then there’s Shoreditch, an up-and-coming district of London that is popular with the young, trendy crowd. It has a huge emphasis on the arts and is also home to the Curry Mile, which oozes with delicious smells and colours stemming from India.
We have London apartments in all of these neighbourhoods and more.
This regal city offers as many different accommodation options as it does world-famous attractions. Throughout the historic streets, there are an endless supply of internationally renowned hotels that feature traditional English charm and an impossibly high level of service. But there are also plenty of laidback hostels and quaint guesthouses, too. Like its many districts, London accommodation offers a rotating selection of places to stay, from Victorian townhouses in Chelsea and five-star hotels in Kensington, to stylish hostels in Shoreditch and cheap apartments in Covent Garden.
Find the perfect place to stay by looking through our huge collection of apartments in London that are located near all the major hotspots above.
London is a hotbed of markets that sell everything from flowers and second-hand clothes to ornate trinkets and exotic foods. Camden Market is perfect for vintage lovers and boasts rows of stalls piled high with quirky clothes and vintage knickknacks, Columbia Road Flower Market does exactly as it says on the tin, serving up a riotous display of colour, and Borough Market is the perfect place to go for a bite to eat. The undercover area next to London Bridge boasts fresh produce from all over the world, including game burgers and exotic smoothies.