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Serviced Apartments Hammersmith

Top Serviced Apartments in Hammersmith

Hammersmith is one of London’s most desirable areas - a perfect blend of relaxed residential living and big city appeal. Located close to many of London’s top attractions, Hammersmith’s historic streets offer the perfect opportunity for tourists to enjoy authentic London living, whilst having easy access to the wider city and all its iconic landmarks. Hammersmith is also one of the most desirable areas for those working in the city, thanks to its broad range of local amenities and excellent transport links. As a top residential area, many of those staying in Hammersmith are discovering the benefits of choosing private apartments over traditional accommodation, as these properties offer a much more authentic experience as well as being better suited to those preferring a more home-like atmosphere.

Some of the top serviced apartments in Hammersmith include:

TheSqua.re’s range of apartments in Hammersmith includes luxury apartments and functional corporate housing that has been selected according to exacting criteria; ensuring guests get the best experience available. Each comes with tasteful decor, luxury soft furnishings and extensive kitchen facilities to ensure guests have an enjoyable stay - particularly those making an extended stay in Hammersmith. What’s more, serviced apartments also include several enhanced conveniences, including room cleaning and reception services.

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Where to Stay in Hammersmith

You can choose to stay at the apartments on the west side of Central London, about 550 yards from the HMV Hammersmith Apollo venue. Earls Court and Olympia exhibition centres are within 2 miles. Via the Piccadilly Line, Hammersmith Station offers direct access to Heathrow Airport, museums at Knightsbridge, and entertainment at Leicester Square and Covent Garden.

There are many ways to get around the city and you'll have plenty of choice near to the apartments.

As an alternative accommodation you could stay at Serviced Apartments located in Baron’s Court. The area has many grocery stores, restaurants, and cafes in easy reach. The home is in a quiet and safe part of town, but offers easy connection via tube and bus to London’s many diverse neighbourhoods  - the perfect base for exploring the best that the city has to offer! The home itself is on a quiet road surrounded by other family homes, parks and cafes.

London is well connected by train stations, as well as buses, and the property is in a very pedestrian friendly area. It is well connected to public transport and main roads. The home sits closest to Baron’s Court and Hammersmith tube stations and it has plenty of bus stops in easy reach. For football lovers, it’s also located close by to Stamford Bridge stadium and Craven Cottage stadium.

Facts About Hammersmith

Hammersmith is an old area of London that has a history stretching back to the 13th century. Its growing importance throughout the centuries saw the neighbourhood experience many London records - including the location of the first suspension bridge crossing the Thames and being home to London’s smallest bar room, The Dove Pub which measures in at 4 feet 2 inches by 7 feet 10 inches. Below are a few more interesting facts about Hammersmith: 

  • Hammersmith is home to the first suspension bridge over the Thames. In 1827 the Hammersmith Bridge made history for being the first suspension bridge over our fair Thames, designed by William Tierney Clark. Hammersmith Bridge is the lowest bridge in London.
  • The Hammersmith Bridge hovers just under 4 meters above the Thames. 
  • Its home to the first ever underground line, the Hammersmith and City line, now serving 22 stations was in fact, the first ever underground line, not just in London, but in the world. 
  • It is home to three of the country’s most popular sports club, including Chelsea F.C. The other two are Fulham F.C. and Queens Park Rangers. 
  • It is the third smallest London borough. Of the 12 Inner London and 20 Outer London boroughs, Hammersmith and Fulham is the third smallest. It is home to just under 178,000 inhabitants. 
  • Gandhi used to live in Hammersmith. In the 1880s, while studying law, Gandhi lived on Baron’s Court Road in Hammersmith.

Things to Do in Hammersmith

Hammersmith is a fantastic place from which to explore London. The area itself has plenty of history and cultural attractions and it is ideally situated between several other historic boroughs. As such, those staying in the area will find they have ample opportunity to visit the numerous attractions and landmarks of England’s fascinating capital. 

What are the most popular things to do in Hammersmith?

Hammersmith is popular with those looking to find out about London’s rich history beyond the city centre. Many visitors choose to explore the local museums or perhaps go blue plaque hunting when the weather permits. There is also the option of heading into Kensington or Chelsea to explore some of London’s most affluent and picturesque areas. 

What are some free things to do in Hammersmith?

Hammersmith itself has plenty of parks and green spaces, which are of course free to enjoy. However, the area is also adjacent to South Kensington - known as London’s museum quarter with many of its famous institutions having no entry fee.

What is there to do in the evening in Hammersmith?

Hammersmith is one of the best areas in London to enjoy an evening out. Aside from taking a leisurely stroll along the Thames and admiring London’s cityscape, there is also plenty of opportunities to enjoy a meal at one of the area’s fantastic restaurants, enjoy a night in a traditional London pub, or simply take in a show at one of the local community theatres. 

Places to Visit in Hammersmith

Hammersmith is ideally situated for anyone looking to visit London’s myriad cultural attractions. The neighbouring borough of Kensington offers many of the city’s iconic museums, whilst several other attractions are within easy walking distance or just a short ride on the tube. Below is a selection of some of the top things to see in and around Hammersmith:

 

  • The William Morris Society - a museum housed in the designer's former home, showcasing artwork, textiles and a working printing press.

 

  • Hyde Park - 350-acre park in the centre of London, offering a stunning landscape of lakes, woodland and gardens. 

  • The Natural History Museum - one of London’s most popular museums, dedicated to the history of the natural world and housed in a stunning Romanesque building.

  • The Victoria and Albert Museum - the largest museum of applied and decorative arts and design in the world, founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

  • The Royal College of Music - London’s premier music training college also hosts regular concerts and performances for the public.

  • Harrods - Iconic department store, known for its sumptuous interior and wealth of luxury brands.

  • The Saatchi Gallery - Modern art gallery founded by advertising mogul Charles Saatchi, also hosts temporary exhibits of international treasures.

Places to Eat in Hammersmith

Hammersmith is home to plenty of top restaurants, sharing the capital’s love of all things gastronomy. The area has several fine dining and Michelin-starred establishments, as well as a great selection of ethnic cuisine and no-frills takeaways. As such, visitors to Hammersmith who find themselves hungry will not be short of choices when it comes to dining out.

Those looking for an evening of sophisticated dining have options including:

  • The River Café.
  • L'Amorosa.
  • La Trompette.
  • The Melody Restaurant.

There are also plenty of high-end gastropubs, such as:

  • The Hampshire Hog.
  • The Anglesea Arms.
  • The Cumberland Arms.
  • The Pear Tree.

Finally, Hammersmith is particularly noted for its excellent array of Indian and Middle-eastern cuisine. Some local favourites are:

  • Shilpa Restaurant.
  • Rangrez Indian Restaurant.
  • Indian Zing.
  • Haweli.

Shopping in Hammersmith

London is one of the world’s top shopping destinations and anyone staying in Hammersmith will find they are just a short tube or bus ride away from places like Oxford Street and Regents Street. However, Hammersmith itself, as well as the neighbouring boroughs, also offers plenty of retail opportunities. Locally, Kings Street is where Kings Mall can be found - a modern complex with around 50 stores and services. The high street also features numerous global brands as well as independent retailers. 

Further afield but still within easy reach of Hammersmith are several other large shopping malls, which include:

  • Westfield London, Shepherd’s Bush (The capital’s largest shopping centre).
  • Kensington Arcade.
  • W12 Shopping Centre.
  • Broadway Shopping Centre.

Transportation in Hammersmith

Hammersmith is a small neighbourhood and most important locations in the area can easily be reached on foot. However, for longer journeys, Hammersmith benefits from being part of London’s transport infrastructure - one of the largest in the world. There are several bus routes operating locally, including 24-hour services in all directions. However, during the day most travellers prefer to use the tube. Hammersmith’s underground station is served by the Hammersmith and City, Piccadilly and District lines, connecting it to every part of the city. 

Nearby stations to be aware of include:

  • Hammersmith.
  • Kensington Olympia.
  • High Street Kensington.
  • Gloucester Road.
  • West Kensington.
  • Earl’s Court.

The most cost-effective way of paying for both bus and tube journeys is to make use of London’s Oyster card payment system. This is particularly true for those planning to make regular trips around the city - a single trip to zone 1-2 will cost £2.40 whilst the equivalent single ticket is £4.90. Similarly, a zone 1 - 4 Travelcard will cost £13.10, whilst the Oyster is capped at £10.10.

Weather in Hammersmith

The summers are short, comfortable, and partly cloudy and the winters are long, very cold, windy, and mostly cloudy. Temperature hovers around 22°c and at night it feels like 14°c. In August, Hammersmith gets 76.90mm of rain and approximately 5 rainy days in the month.