Holiday Rentals in London
Holiday Rentals in London
Seeking holiday rentals in London? A holiday in London can be most memorable if you take some time out to truly explore the city and its myriad historical landmarks, attractions and tourist sites. However, what can make your stay truly memorable are the vast options pertaining to holiday rentals London offers throughTheSqua.re. We offer the best rentals for all types of travellers, right from solo travellers and couples to smaller families and larger travelling groups.
Theholiday rentals London offersamenitiessuited to all your requirements and they come well-furnished and equipped with everything that you require on a day to day basis. It is just like having your home in London when you land here for an extended stay. This will naturally give you a splendid experience and will be more fulfilling in comparison to staying in conventional hospitality accommodation. Our team will help you find the best possible options tailored to your specific needs.
Our Best Holiday Rentals in London
If you are seeking holiday rentals in London, then there are options worth considering. Some of them include the following:
- Avant-Garde Serviced Apartments Shoreditch
- Cleveland Residences Fitzrovia Serviced Apartments
- Central Serviced Apartments Near Heathrow
- Boxpark Apartments, Shoreditch
- Lexicon Serviced Apartments, Angel
- Elephant & Castle Serviced Apartment, Waterloo
- Canary Gateway Apartments, Canary Wharf
- One Commercial Street, Aldgate
- Chancery Serviced Apartments, Central London
- St. George Wharf Apartments, Vauxhall
- Lanterns Court Serviced Apartments, Canary Wharf
- Globe View Apartment By TheSqua.re’s
- Shoreditch Square Serviced Apartments, Hoxton
These are only some of the options that we provide ourcustomers in prime and well-connected areas of London. Our award-winning reservations team will help you find the best possible options suited to your specific budget. Rest assured that we are pocket-friendly and charge reasonable rates which are always in sync with prevailing standards in the industry.
Why Book Holiday Rentals in London?
You should certainly consider booking holiday rentals Londonoffers for the diverse advantages that you get.
- Firstly, you get to stay in an accommodation thatguarantees more space, privacy and comfort above all else.
- Secondly, you can have friends or colleagues over at your London digs, which otherwise,could sometimes be difficult at other establishments.
- Thirdly, you get all the necessary appliances and amenities which make life more comfortable during your stay in London.
- Fourthly, there are top-notch furnishing and fixtures for ensuring memorable times during your stay.
- Lastly, you get easy access to major tourist landmarks, historical sites, cultural attractions, business and corporate hubs, public transportation facilities and entertainment options from our Holiday Rentals London.
Holiday Rentals in London for Leisure Travelers
Leisure travellers and families should certainly consider our Holiday Rentals London for the sheer convenience and comfort that they provide. Our rental units are furnished immaculately along with offering lovely views and adequate space for everyone including the spouse, children and even the parents or in-laws, should they wish to accompany you on the London sojourn.
Extra privacy, flexibility and space aside, you will also appreciate the mélange of amenities and facilities provided for customers. Some of the best bathroom amenities, kitchen appliances and all other necessary gadgets are readily available in tandem with entertainment options galore, including flat-screen televisions and complimentary Wi-Fi, among others. You will also enjoy great connectivity to major tourist spots, parks, playgrounds, museums, monuments, shopping and dining destinations and public transport facilities from our Holiday Rentals London.
Holiday Rentals in London for Corporate Travelers
Contrary to regular perceptions, corporate or business travellers will actually enjoy booking our Holiday Rentals London for amemorable stay in the city. If you are a professional visiting London for an extended period on business, you will naturally want to alsorelax during your staybesides working. Our rentals help you do just that in style, courtesy their comfortable and aesthetically appealing furnishing, ample space, privacy and convenience and most importantly, all vital bathroom amenities, appliances and gadgets that you require on a daily basis. Our Holiday Rentals Londonalso comes with flat-screen televisions, fridge/freeze provisions, complimentary Wi-Fi, and super comfortable beds to help you relax and unwind in style after a hectic and long day at work. You will also appreciate seamless access to major public transportation facilities, business and corporate hubs and of course, all the best shopping, dining, and entertainment destinations for exploring on the weekends.
Facilities in Our Holiday Rentals London
There are several amenities and facilities available at our Holiday Rentals London. Some of them have been given below for your perusal:
- Air conditioning
- Central heating
- Laundry and dry cleaning services
- Intercom systems
- Flat screen television
- Cable packages
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Washer dryer machine
Several other amenities may be available at our Holiday Rentals London, although they may vary from one location to another. Every apartment has its own unique vibe, amenities and plus points that make your stay more fulfilling, to say the least.
London - A Brief History
When you seek holiday rentals in London, you will naturally be aware that you are staying in one of the greatest cities in the world. London is the capital of England and the UK (United Kingdom) and is one of the biggest and most important global cities. The area was originally home to early hunter/gatherer settlers sometime in the6000 B.C., with researchers finding evidence here of forts datingback tothe Iron Age and Bronze Age, likeBridges near the River Thames. Londinium was a trading and port-based settlement, established by ancient Romans here inthe 43 A.D. and some years later, a bridge was built across the Thames River for enabling better movement of soldiers and trade alike. In the60 A.D.,however, Boudicca, the Celtic Queen, led her army todestroy the city and burn it, razed to the ground. The city was rebuilt soon after, but wasburned down again inthe 125 A.D. Rebuilding took place once again and several generations were born here, although it was attacked several times by raiders like the Vikings after the Roman Empire fell in about 476 A.D. London remained majorly abandoned thereafter, although, things started changing in around 1065 with the establishment of Westminster Abbey. A year later, post his triumph at the Battle of Hastings, the new King of England was William the Conqueror. Throughout his rule, the Tower of London was established and in 1176, the wooden London Bridge was substituted with a bridge made of stone.
With the growth in the Stuart and Tudor ruling dynasties and their overall powers, London became bigger and highly important. The population increased to 100,000 at least, by the time Henry VIII became the King. Elizabeth I had a prosperous reign, although in 1605, Guy Fawkes attempted to blow up the House of Parliament in the controversial Gunpowder Plot, butit failed.
In 1665, London was affected due to the Great Plague that killed thousands and a year later, the city was destroyed yet again in the Great Fire of London. After this, several famous buildings were built, including St. Paul’s Cathedral and Buckingham Palace. In 1694, the Bank of England was established and by 1840, the city had a population of close to 2 million individuals.
During Queen Victoria’s reign, London was the preferred seat for the gargantuan British Empire and the Big Ben was built in 1859. The London Underground opened its doors in the year 1863 as the first-ever subterranean railway system across the world. In 1885, however, Jack the Ripper, an infamous and mysterious serial killer, stalked the women of the city, killing at least 5 of them in one of the most gruesome and unsolved murder mysteries of London. London has witnessed other dangers including air raids during the World Wars and the Great Smog of 1952. However, the city has continued to prosper over the decades, eventually establishing itself as the European financial and cultural epicentre today.
Key Attractions Near Our Holiday Rentals in London
London is home to numerous attractions for tourists and visitors. Some of them include the following:
- British Museum - The British Museum was established in the year 1753 and is one of the most appealing landmarks for tourists with a massive collection of items spanning 2 million years of human existence and counting. The collections are unique and several global artefacts are showcased for visitors. The British Museum is situated in the Bloomsbury area with more than 8 million works in its collection, making it one of the most extensive and biggest museums across the world.
- Somerset House - Somerset House is a unique and historically relevant cultural landmark in the city. This is a famous building where you will find various unique and original works that come to life in a dazzling display of cultural magnificence and splendour. Somerset House is an awe-inspiring neo-classical structure which is located in the very heart of the city and is positioned between the River Thames and Strand. The house looks even more beautiful during summers when there are 55 fountains that come alive in the courtyard. During winters people skate at the hugely popular ice skating rinkhere. Multiple open air concerts take place here while film screenings are also held at times. Hyde Park - Hyde Park draws millions of people every year and is loved by the locals in London as well. One of the 8 royal parks in the city, Hyde Park covers a gargantuan 350 acres and is home to several major attractions including the Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, Serpentine Lake and Speaker’s Corner. It is one of the biggest global parks and covers 142 hectares with more than 4,000 trees, a huge lake, meadow and charming floral gardens. This place offers activities like boating, swimming, skating and cycling alike. There are grounds for horse riding, tennis and several other games, along with a couple of lake-side restaurants. There are several monuments and buildings here, including the Achilles Statue and Joy of Life fountain. BFI London - BFI (London Film Institute) is the principal organization for preservation and promotion of films and was conceptualized 66 years earlier in the year 1953 by James Quinn. It seeks to celebrate cinema across the globe with more than 300 screenings taking place annually ofdocumentaries and movies throughout 70 countries. The London Film Festival is hosted by BFI every year as well. The festival is now one of the world’s biggest and most unique movie eventsheld, with the first-ever film shown here being Throne of Blood by Akira Kurosawa and the year was 1957.
Top Restaurants near Our Holiday Apartments in London
There are innumerable London restaurants that you can dine in. These include the following:
- Brat - Opening its doors in 2018, Brat is known for the legendary Basque themed dishes and the Whole Grilled Turbot,among other major attractions. The Burnt Cheesecake is immensely popular here, along with fire-cooked and appetizing game, fish and meat. The first floor dining room is huge and quite charming as well. The Welsh Roots of Tomos Parry come to the fore with ample Samphire, Laverbread and Seaweed throughout the dishes.
- Rochelle Canteen - This is a contemporary British restaurant conceptualized by Margot Henderson and Melanie Arnold which offers a minimalistic and charming experience for guests. There are shorter descriptions and fewer ingredients which are seasonal in nature. Rochelle Canteen and Rochelle ICA are accommodated within a transformed Victorian school that is situated in East London and the art gallery alongside the Mall respectively. The crowd is artsy, fashionable and highly creative, feasting on simple yet appetizing fare including Cod’s Roe, Radishes and Quail with Harissa. The white and charming interiors are well complemented by lovely wooden tables and of course, the reasonable prices.
- Ikeda - Ikeda is a classic Japanese restaurant situated at Mayfair and has notched up multiple laurels throughout the years. It whips up a delicious spread of dishes including Spinach with Sesame dressing, Sushi, Tempura, Noodles and Agedashi Tofu from its open and tranquil kitchen. The kitchen counter seating options are truly delightful while other formal tables are also available.
- Le Gavroche - Le Gavroche is managed by Michel Roux Jr. and was earlier operated by his uncle and father. This restaurant has always been a lovely family joint in Mayfair and you will love the old-school yet quaint dining experience with the classic French cuisine and luxuriant feel overall. Try the fine wines offered across the tasting menu or the irresistible Soufflé and you can even check out the Coquilles St Jacques along with Beef Filletwith Red Wine Shallot Sauce.
- Hunan - Hunan has been a major favourite for Londoners since it started operations in the 1980s. The periodically transforming menu has several dishes with both Taiwanese and Hunanese inspirations, namely Spicy Aubergine, Braised Pork and the famous Broth with Pork. There are Chinese Mushroom and ginger dishes that will gleefully tickle your taste buds as well. Wine lists are extensive here with Burgundy and Bordeaux being mostly emphasized upon.
- Xu - Xu is a teahouse and restaurant in the classic Taiwanese style and is helmed by the team behind the popular Bao Korean restaurant. Stepping into this marvel is just like venturing into Taipei of the 1930s, complete with its pale leather décor theme, lacquered and warm wood, palms and ceiling fans along with the innovative dishes like Smoked-Tea Duckaccompanied by Oolong Teaor the lovely Tofu with Green Sichuan Peppercorns. Mahjong and splendid Martinis are the icing on the cake.
- Silo - This zero-waste concept is the driving force behind Silo by Doug McMaster where food is served on plates crafted from plastic bags which are not recyclable. This became hugely popular in Brighton and last year, it shifted to Hackney Wick. Every sustainable aspect has been emphasized upon for the tasting menu which ensures cooking over fire and fermentation. The team is also enthusiastic enough to explain sustainability-based dining concepts to guests and patrons.
- The Wolseley - The Wolseley is the famous art-décor structure beside The Ritz. The interiors have lovely marble columns and high ceilings while the bistro fare is excellent to say the least, complete with Steaks, Schnitzel and Chopped Salads. This is a quaint place for sampling breakfast, lunch and dinner alike.
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