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With links to the Royal Family, Kingston Upon Thames is bordered by the historic River Thames. A wander along the River Thames will lead visitors to uncover countless idyllic spots replete with luscious trees and verdant parklands.
Located in between Kingston Bridge and Surbiton, The Queen’s Promenade is a charming stretch of river bank that includes trendy bars, exquisite restaurants and chic cafes. Wander down the river banks and let your whim determine your evening’s entertainment.
Kingston Upon Thames is well connected to central London, with train services and bus services connecting this South Western district to the capital’s central business and tourist hubs.
Serviced apartments in London have become a popular choice in alternative accommodation due to the rise in hotel prices across the city and the added privacy of serviced apartments. Offering stylish short stay apartments, studio apartments, holiday apartments and corporate housing, all of our apartments are self-catering, providing guests with a home from home experience ideal for extended stay trips.
As standard, our apartments include a spacious living area replete with home entertainment system, a fully equipped modern kitchen, a large bedroom featuring a comfortable double bed and a bathroom with both bathing and showering facilities. Additionally, each apartment includes complimentary Wi-Fi, a parking space and a secure entry system system.
Once an ancient market town where Saxon kings were crowned, Kingston boasts a royal reputation. Home to two royal parks, a shopping hub to rival Oxford Street and Hampton Court Palace, Kingston is popular with young professionals and families seeking a location just on the periphery of London.
Kingston’s Town Centre is a shopper’s delight, with stores ranging from archetypal high street chains to antique stores to boutiques. The Bentall Centre and The Rotunda are popular with residents from all over London.
Kingston’s historic market place has existed for over 800 years and regularly hosts markets to this day. There are several permanent markets in addition to visiting markets that appear throughout the year.
Rose Theatre, opened in 2008, has been the host of classic plays, comedy performances and music concerts- be sure to consult their schedule before organising a visit.
Kingston Train Station is the most popular train station in the area in addition to being the most well connected, with Hampton Wick just being a short distance away. Both stations offer regular services travelling into London.
Heathrow Airport (9.3 miles), Gatwick (19.9 miles) and London City (19.3 miles) are the best airports in the area for international travel. Trains often run to these airports from some of London’s stations. Victoria Coach Station is a short journey from Kingston and offers services to all of the UK.