Kensington Serviced Apartments

Top Service Apartments in Kensington, London

Live in the upscaled neighbourhood of London with our serviced apartments in Kensington. Offering amenities like a fully furnished kitchen, complimentary Wi-Fi and other essentials this is your home away from home. Offering ample space and privacy we provide accommodations that provide flexibility to our guests. Explore our wide range of apartments to find your ideal stay.

Top 10 Kensington Furnished Apartments Available for Business and Leisure Stay:

  1. Chelsea Apartments
  2. 1 Bed Kensington Apartments
  3. Warwick Road Apartment
  4. Ladbroke 2
  5. The Harrods Mews
  6. Stanhope Gardens
  7. Prince of Wales Terrace Apartments
  8. Queens Gate Gardens Apartments
  9. Queens Gate Apartment
  10. The Kensington Palace Mews

All of these fully serviced apartments have bespoke amenities that will appeal to the corporate as well as the leisure traveller regardless of the length of stay. All of the apartments offer fully fitted kitchens as well as comfortable sitting areas. Ideal for evening entertainment whether that be dinner with friends or relaxing in front of the flat-screen TV.

The bedrooms are comfortable and, more importantly, separate from the living room area so guests can leave the tidying up until the morning, reassured that they can relax and recharge in the luxurious next room.

Kensington is centrally located so, naturally, all of the apartments are available. All are within easy reach of public transport, amenities, and attractions. So, whether a commute to the office or a trip to the local museum is on the cards, the apartment is ideally placed.

Benefits of Serviced Apartments in Kensington

From high class luxury to family friendly apartments our wide range of serviced apartments in Kensington are thoughtfully designed to cater to your needs. Guest’s staying with us don’t have to worry about leases or any other legal paperwork as it is taken care of by our experienced team.

We believe in offering our guests an authentic experience through freedom and privacy to make the space their own. Our serviced apartments come equipped with fully furnished kitchens and other essential appliances and furnishings. Catch up on the latest entertainment on the flat screen tv and stay connected thanks to complimentary Wi-Fi. Our furnished apartments offer more space and privacy compared to other alternative accommodation options.

All apartments go through our 150 point checklist to ensure they meet our robust requirements. If they don’t, then we won’t list it. You’ll have the assurance that every apartment is of premium quality.

Short Term Rentals in Kensington

Visitors looking for a short stay apartments in Kensington should consider renting from our wide range of serviced apartments. Whether you are a solo traveller or travelling with a group, our apartments are a perfect balance of comfort and convenience. Our experienced team ensures that you get a short term rental that is safe,comfortable and legal. Some of our short term rentals in Kensington come with additional amenities such as concierge services,onsite gyms etc. Book from our portfolio and start your ideal stay in Kensington.

Holiday Apartments in Kensington

Tourists planning to visit London should consider staying in our stylish holiday apartments in Kensington. Explore the Kensington High Street, Hyde park and the Kensington palace. Guests enjoy an authentic experience of living in one of London’s most affluent neighbourhoods. Our furnished apartments in Kensington offer guests an accommodation that has ample space and privacy equipped with all the essential amenities.

Each of our apartments are furnished with top notch fittings and the finest quality of linens. Guests have space that is personalised for them with a fully equipped kitchen where they can make their favourite meals and complimentary Wi-Fi which helps you catch up on last minute work. Our holiday apartments are strategically located close to the local transportation,shops and restaurants giving you easy access. Guests can also bring their furry companions in our pet-friendly apartments in Kensington. For making the most of vacation in London, book from our portfolio of holiday apartments in Kensington.

Cost to Rent Service Apartments in Kensington

Being one of the most posh neighbourhoods of London, the cost of staying can get high, however, by choosing to stay in our service apartments in Kensington guests enjoy more value in terms of space and amenities. The average cost to stay in a Kensington serviced apartment can start from $153 or £130 per night and can go up to $2,543 or £2,000 per night.


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There are over 61 serviced apartments in Kensington London with more being added every day. In total, has over 250,000 apartments across the globe that are waiting to be booked. Book Now .

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Some of the apartment buildings in Kensington London will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear. Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full experience.

That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in Kensington London.

Serviced apartments in Kensington London have all the features of home, are centrally located and have other astounding attributes that make them better than hotels, as covered here.

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More about Kensington, London

Kensington is a popular district in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Kensington occupies the area below Hyde Park, whilst being enclosed by other popular districts like Chelsea and Knightsbridge

It appeals to travellers due to its upscale and high-end feel, which isn’t surprising given that it is in one of the wealthiest areas in the whole of London. The swish SW7 postcode is a staple that the residents take to heart and can often be a sign of envy from all those that want to lead the London high life available in the streets.

One other key factor to the area’s popularity is the array of attractions within its boundaries, including Kensington High Street, Harrods, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Science Museum, and the Natural History Museum. Giving its residents and guests ample access to high-sale commerce, history, and scientific institutions, they can feel like they’re in the perfect spot for the ultimate London experience.

Lastly, there are the fine dining and luxurious restaurants that fill up the shopping streets, each one serving a diversity of global cuisines. The foods here are cooked to the highest quality, so all guests can indulge in delight as the rest of the city moves around outside. From the best of British to French finesse and other remarkable and popular dishes, any guest of ours will have plenty of opportunities to enjoy the opulent cooking standards of Kensington.

Where to Stay in Kensington

Kensington is located in the West End of Central London, north of Fulham, east of Hammersmith, and on the southwest corner of Hyde Park.

It is an ideal spot to stay in London, whatever the reason for the visit. It is ideally located for travel into Central London and, because of the transport links, it is even easy to get into East London and the corporate area around Canary Wharf.

For anyone wanting to stay put in Kensington itself, there is a huge number of attractions within walking distance.

Kensington High Street is a great place to stay for anyone who has even just a passing interest in shopping. It was the home of major department stores for many years and now has been redesigned as a traditional British High Street. This is in contrast to Westfield Shopping, a mall-type shopping centre which has opened in nearby Shepherds Bush.

South Kensington is the more cultured side of the area and a favourite of tourists who are visiting London. It has a high concentration of historic landmarks as well as being home to some of the most well-known museums in the capital. It is also in close proximity to other popular London areas like Chelsea, Earls Court, and Knightsbridge.

Facts about Kensington

Kensington’s history stretches back to the time of William the Conqueror when it was part of the historic county of Middlesex. 

Today it is an area that has grown from the High Street, with pretty vague geographical boundaries. A particularly old and apparently unsolvable local argument is where Kensington ends and Chelsea begins.

The west of Kensington is more clearly defined by a railway line running across it.

Kensington is part of one of the most populated areas in the UK but it also boasts two famous London green areas, Kensington Gardens, and Hyde Park. Though the latter only borders Kensington itself.

More facts about Kensington

  • The first official sumo wrestling tournament to be held away from Japan was held in Kensington, at the Royal Albert Hall.
  • Two of the most expensive streets in London can be found in Kensington. Including the most expensive street in the UK for the 13th year in a row, Kensington Palace Gardens.
  • One-fifth of the UK’s most visited attractions are to be found in Kensington.
  • Members of the Royal Family have called Kensington home since the seventeenth century,
  • One of the tallest church spires in London can be found in Kensington. It stands above St Mary’s Abbots Church.
  • Prince William and Kate and Prince Harry and Meghan live in Kensington Palace and its gardens.
  • The Domesday Book gave Kensington its first official mention in 1086.
  • There are eight Royal parks in London and Kensington is home to one of them.
  • The Beatles and the Rolling Stones only appeared on the same bill twice, the first of which was at the Royal Albert Hall in 1963.
  • Kensington is home to London’s ‘Museum District’.

Kensington’s high-profile role in the capital is helped by its access to London’s vast transport network. This access comes in the form of two overground train stations, four underground train stations, and multiple bus routes.

South Kensington and Gloucester Road stations also sit on the Piccadilly Line, giving direct access to Heathrow Airport in only 45 minutes.

Things to do in Kensington

The full list is long. As already mentioned, one-fifth of the most visited UK attractions are located here. Finding fun activities in Kensington or things to do in Kensington with kids is even more straightforward than it is in the rest of London.

What are some of the most popular activities in Kensington? What are some of the must-see, cool things to do in Kensington?

Here are a few.

  • The Natural History Museum
  • Royal Albert Hall concert
  • Shopping at Harrods
  • The Science Museum
  • Visit Kensington Palace

Is Kensington a good neighbourhood for families?

It’s an affluent area of London with a high proportion of residential areas when compared to other areas in London. It is also home to some of the best and most popular attractions to be found in the UK. It’s a great neighbourhood for families!

Are there any free activities in Kensington?

Museums are free in London, which means some of the most respected museums in the world, which just happen to be located in Kensington, are essentially free.

‘Essentially’ because a donation should always be considered.

Shopping also costs nothing, as long as it doesn’t lead to buying! Harrods, for example, is a great place to browse.

The Royal College of Music is located in Kensington and puts on fantastic free classical concerts throughout the year.

Places to visit in Kensington

As per the list above, there are many must-do things in Kensington from museums to Royal palaces to shopping. A serviced apartment in Kensington is all well and good, but it’s not somewhere that anyone wants to spend all day if they can help it!

  • The Natural History Museum - One of the three ‘big’ museums to be found in Kensington, this natural history museum is home to 80 million items, so impossible to get around in just one day.
  • Science Museum - Another of the big three, this museum is located next door to the Natural History Museum, but to see them both in one day is a tall order. It’s a great place for kids with plenty of buttons to push and levers to pull!
  • Royal Albert Hall - One of the UK’s most recognizable buildings, this concert hall was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871. The acoustics are legendary, making it one of the best places to hear live music.
  • Shopping at Harrods - One of the most famous department stores in the world. There are over 330 departments to browse and the site covers five acres in its entirety.
  • Kensington Palace - It is the official royal residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the future King, and Queen of the British Throne, as well as lots of other members of the Royal Family. It is also open to visitors. 

Places to Eat in Kensington

As a major London retail area, Kensington is not short of places to eat. There are high-end restaurants in which to enjoy an evening meal, as well as places to enjoy a light snack or just a coffee.

Here are ten of the best places to eat in Kensington, whether looking for romantic restaurants in Kensington or quirky restaurants in Kensington, this list is bound to have something to suit.

Top ten restaurants in Kensington:

  • Launceston Place
  • Kitchen W8
  • Elystan Street
  • Balans
  • Cambio De Tercio
  • Thali Restaurant

What are the poshest restaurants in Kensington?

  • Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
  • Belvedere
  • Restaurant Gordon Ramsey Street Burger
  • The Abingdon
  • Il Portico
  • The Shed
  • The Ivy Kensington Brasserie
  • Park Terrace Restaurant
  • Zuma
  • Gordon Ramsey Maze Grill Mayfair

What is a cheap place to eat in Kensington?

  • Cacciari’s
  • Muriel’s Kitchen
  • The Queen’s Arms
  • Squirrel
  • Comptoir Libanais
  • Brompton Food Market
  • Phat Phuc Noodle Bar
  • Tombo

Street food in Kensington

Whilst Kensington doesn’t have the foodie market of Borough, nor the range of ethnic eateries of Brick Lane, it does have its fair share of reasonably priced street food. There’s a small selection of cheap places to eat, but these few serve some of the best food in Kensington.

Shopping in Kensington

Kensington is an icon of ‘days gone by’ high street shopping. Whilst covered shopping centers and malls are springing up all over the UK, Kensington has held firm with its traditional high street layout.

The most infamous Kensington shopping street is High Street Kensington. Here you can find the best shopping in Kensington.

If malls are more to taste, that’s no problem either, the biggest mall in Kensington isn’t quite in Kensington but close enough. Westfield London is just down the road.

Whether looking for the best shopping in Kensington for clothes, streetwear shops in Kensington, or cheap shopping in Kensington, between High Street and Westfield, it’s covered.

Here are ten of the best shops in Kensington and the surrounding areas.

  • Portobello Road Market
  • South Kensington Books
  • Harrods
  • Christie’s South Kensington
  • The Conran Shop
  • L.K.Bennett
  • Harvey Nichols
  • Cologne and Cotton
  • Whole Foods

Transportation in Kensington

Getting around once in London is fairly straightforward, especially if the underground network is working. London Underground prices are also fairly reasonable for full-day travel passes and Oyster cards.

Here are the four London Underground stations located within Kensington

  • South Kensington
  • High Street Kensington
  • Earl’s Court
  • Gloucester Road

There are also another two underground stations within close proximity,

  • Notting Hill
  • Holland Park

The area is also served by two overground train stations,

  • West Brompton 
  • Kensington (Olympia)

The prices vary according to the zone that people wish to travel to. All of the underground stations listed above are in Zone 1, except Holland Park which falls in Zone 2.

All of’s Kensington apartments are within easy reach of underground stations. Here are the costs.

  • Single journey ticket (zone 1-2) - £5.50
  • Oyster/Contactless payment card (zone 1-2) - £2.40

Weather in Kensington

The UK is not a big country and therefore has limited weather zones. The southeast of England has similar weather throughout. London is in the southeast and therefore Kensington follows suit.

The weather, as a rule, has no rules and is quite difficult to forecast, what with Britain being an island. However, Kensington is guaranteed to be cold in winter and warm in summer. But remember, summer can jump between pouring rain and blistering temperatures at a moment’s notice, so layers are recommended.

As well as summer, spring and autumn are recommended times to visit Kensington. All will bring reasonable temperatures, at times, and will avoid the cold of winter.