Located in West London, Earls Court is home to countless apartments that are ideal for your stay in London. Each apartment features a beautiful living space, complimentary Wi-Fi, a comfortable bedroom and a fully equipped kitchen - proving serviced apartments to be a fantastic alternative for hotels for both long and short stays. Earls Court is famous for its globally recognised events venue. However, the surrounding neighbourhood - a mix of residential and commercial streets in the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea - also happens to be one of the most desirable areas in London. Staying in Earls Court means being in the heart of one of the capital’s most affluent areas, as well as having easy access to the rest of the city. As such, there is a fantastic selection of accommodation available locally. In particular, serviced accommodation is increasingly being seen as the number one way to experience London - offering all the benefits of a private apartment along with many of the conveniences usually associated with upscale hotels. TheSqua.re’s offering of serviced apartments in Earls Court comprises of some of the finest properties available for rent anywhere in the city. Each has been selected for its high standard of interior decor, the desirability of its location and its range of mod-cons.
Some of the top properties in Earls Court include:
These properties offer several home comforts as standard, such as home entertainment, wifi and air conditioning. However, TheSqua.re can also offer properties with additional amenities, such as concierge, parking and disabled access, where available.
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Serviced apartments are becoming increasingly popular amongst both business and leisure travellers. Not only do they offer a private environment in which guests can work, relax, cook or even entertain, but they also enhanced benefits such as room cleaning, home entertainment and even reception or concierge services. As such, private lets offer a much more versatile living arrangement for both long and short stays and also give a more authentic and personal experience of a city.
The explosion in the popularity of serviced apartments is also largely down to their simplicity. Using a trusted booking platform, guests simply need to choose a property, safe in the knowledge that any paperwork, rental agreements and insurance details are all taken care of by the provider - just as with booking a hotel. They also come complete with everything guests need to enjoy a relaxing stay - including cooking utensils, bedding, cleaning equipment and other accessories.
Serviced apartments are also usually found in the most desirable areas of a city and offering excellent transport links. What’s more, experienced providers such as TheSqua.re can also accommodate special requests, such as disabled access, on-site leisure facilities or even just properties in quieter locations. Furthermore, TheSqua.re’s expert customer service team can also advise on suitable properties, as well as offer information on local amenities, transport connections and nearby landmarks.
Many business travellers choose Earls Court for a base, as it can offer a more residential atmosphere whilst still being within easy reach of Canary Wharf and the City. Of course, serviced apartments lend themselves perfectly to the requirements of the discerning business traveller - many of whom prefer a more private environment in which they can either work or relax during downtime.
TheSqua.re’s range of corporate accommodation in Earls Court offers the perfect solution for business travellers. Each offers a host of mod-cons, including flat-screen TV, high-speed WiFi and home entertainment as well as a fully equipped kitchen. They are also conveniently located near public transport links - ideal for those looking to travel across the city on a regular basis.
London is an important hub for international business, however, the volume of corporate travellers pales in comparison to the number of tourists who flock to England’s capital every year to take in its famous sights. Fortunately, serviced apartments are also the perfect holiday accommodation in Earls Court - particularly for those making a longer stay in London. TheSqua.re selects the finest properties in the area - each offering luxurious and tasteful interior that is replete with mod-cons, as well as the added convenience of kitchen facilities for those looking to self-cater. Another great advantage of holiday accommodation in Earls Court is, of course, the location. Each property is selected specifically for its proximity to the major landmarks of the area, as well as the ease of access when it comes to public transport links.
Earls Court is a reasonably small area within Kensington, so anyone staying in the neighbourhood will find they can easily reach its amenities and nearby attractions. That being said, the area around Philbeach Gardens is highly sought after, particularly along Long Ridge Road, as this offers a slightly quieter atmosphere than closer to the tube station and events venue whilst still putting guests in the heart of the neighbourhood. Whilst the tube station is easily walkable from anywhere within Earls Court, those who require more frequent access to public transport might prefer to opt for properties along Templeton Place - just a stone's throw from the station entrance.
Despite its diminutive size and with a population of less than 10,000, Earls Court has been the setting for a surprising amount of UK firsts, as well as having played home to numerous famous residents from the world of literature, music and movies. Of course, the area is particularly well known for its famous 20,000 capacity events centre - which hosts everything from music concerts to movie conventions. However, there is also a lot more to this diverse neighbourhood. Below are a few interesting facts about Earls Court.
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has a reputation for being expensive - and to some degree, this is deserved - a famously affluent area, the borough is home to much of the UK’s most expensive real estate. However, whilst some things in Earls Court may seem pricey, there are also plenty of ways to save money and the more savvy traveller knows how to keep expenditure within reasonable limits. Rent is always the most significant cost, with costs ranging from anything between £1,000 and £3,000 per month for a studio or small apartment. Fortunately, booking into a serviced apartment can offer savings over the long term and remove the need for contracts and tenancy agreements.
One advantage of Earls Court - particularly for tourists or those with an interest in culture - is that it is in the heart of London’s ‘museum district’, all of which are free to enter and are amongst London’s most popular attractions. When it comes to the evening, despite the area’s reputation for all things luxury, there are also plenty of moderately priced restaurants in the area - with a meal for two costing as little as £60 with a bottle of wine. Finally, discounted rates for many attractions for those who book in advance. As such, it’s possible for tourists to enjoy the sights of Earls Court and its surrounding areas on a per-person budget of just £50 per day.
Staying in Earls Court means staying in the heart of London - one of the biggest and most diverse capitals in the world. Whilst just about every street in London has some kind of attraction or world-famous landmark, the city’s sheer size can be overwhelming. Below are a few tips for visiting Earls Court that should help visitors get the most out of their stay:
Being just outside of London’s West End, Earls Court is ideally located for visitors to enjoy the capital’s myriad attractions, as well as head out into the more suburban and even rural areas outside of the city.
Q. What are the most popular landmarks in Earls Court?
Earls Court has plenty of famous landmarks. Below are a few of the most popular photo opportunities:
Q. What are some free things to do in Earls Court?
Despite its reputation as a more expensive area of London, visitors will be surprised at the number of free things to do in and around Earls Court.
Q. Are there many excursions to be had from Earls Court?
Earls Court is ideally located for excursions to several major landmarks outside of the city. Visitors can head out to enjoy the sprawling Richmond Park, the Botanical Gardens at Kew or even Hampton Court - all of which can be enjoyed in a half-day trip. Alternatively, those looking to go further afield can also head further out to the stunning landscapes of Surrey or Oxfordshire.
Q. What are the most family-friendly things to do in Earls Court?
Thanks to its abundance of museums, Earls Court and the surrounding area of Kensington make an ideal location for those visiting with family. There are also plenty of open spaces nearby for enjoying the outdoors - with Hyde Park being within walking distance of Earls Court. Finally, many of London’s most popular family attractions are just a short tube ride away.
Staying in Earls Court puts visitors amongst some of London’s most iconic attractions - from world-famous museums to sprawling city parks. Below is a list of some of the top places to visit in Earls Court and its immediate vicinity:
As one might expect from such a prestigious location, Earls Court offers an abundance of choice when it comes to places to eat. It isn’t all fine dining and upscale restaurants either - the neighbourhood offers plenty of more casual eateries, offering everything from takeout international cuisine to traditional pub food. Below are a few of the most popular places to eat in Earls Court.
London is world-famous for its incredible shopping locations, which are to be found all across the city. Earls Court can be seen as being more of a self-contained town, with its own high street and shopping centre. Most of the retailers are located around the tube station and along Earls Court Road - the Mtro Station being the only shopping mall that falls within the neighbourhood’s boundaries. However, visitors don’t have to travel far for larger retail opportunities.
Below is a list of shopping centres and plazas in close proximity to Earls Court:
Earls Court benefits from being covered by London’s extensive public transport network. Those staying locally will find they can use the London Underground or bus services to reach just about any part of the city. Of these, the tube is usually the preferred method, with Earls Court being served by its own station. There are also several others within walking distance of the neighbourhood:
Finally, West Brompton is also just a stone’s throw from Earls Court and offers both underground and overground lines.
The Oyster card is the best way of paying for journeys, at if offers lower rates than traditional payment methods, with single Zone 1 journeys being around £2.50. The cards can be purchased online, in newsagents and at most Transport for London stations.
London weather is known for being unpredictable, however, it usually follows the traditional seasonal pattern of anywhere else in western Europe. Winters are generally cold, with the temperature often dropping to the freezing mark in January. However, this is still a popular time to visit thanks to the city’s indoor attractions and festive events. The spring months of April and May are often the rainiest, however, temperatures start to pick up around this time. August is typically the hottest and driest month of the year, with temperatures climbing as high as thirty degrees. However, London - and therefore - Earls Court - is a city for all seasons. The summer months are perfect for enjoying a rooftop bar or one of the stunning city parks, whilst winter and the rainier months are ideal for enjoying a cosy pub or one of London’s many historic attractions.