Kingston Serviced Apartments

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A historic market town just ten miles south-west of London city centre, Kingston offers the perfect balance between hectic city life and suburban tranquillity. Whilst Kingston itself has a bustling pedestrianised centre and offers plenty by way of bars and restaurants, its location and ease of access to both London and the Surrey countryside are what makes Kingston one of the most desirable locations in the region. It is also hugely popular as a commuter town, as London can be reached in less than thirty minutes by train. For this reason, visitors to Kingston will find an abundance of choice when it comes to accommodation. Whilst there are plenty of hotels locally, visitors planning an extended stay or simply those looking for added privacy may wish to consider private apartment lets. Choosing this kind of accommodation offers visitors much more flexibility as well as the chance to stay in an apartment or studio with genuine character. 

Some of the most noteworthy properties include:

Private apartments in Kingston offer a much more comfortable and home-like stay than is possible at a generic hotel. Each property features a host of mod cons, such as home entertainment, Wi-Fi and air conditioning, whilst also having the added advantage of fully equipped kitchen facilities - making them the perfect solution for anyone looking to self-cater. What’s more, serviced apartments, in particular, provide many of the benefits usually associated with hotels, such as room servicing and even reception and concierge services where available.

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Where to Stay in Kingston

Kingston-upon-Thames covers an area of roughly 40 sq miles, bordered by Bushy Park and Hampton Court to the west and Richmond Park to the east. It’s location as well as its historic market town, means Kingston can offer both metropolitan and semi-rural living. Those looking to stay close to the amenities or requiring easy access to central London would be best suited to the north side of town - particularly along Canbury Park Road, Acre Road or Gibbon Road - all of which are within easy walking distance of the station. Alternatively, those looking to enjoy a quieter place of life may prefer somewhere on the west side of the river, between Langdon Park and Bushy Park. These areas have a much more village-like feel whilst not being too far from Kingston town centre.

Facts About Kingston

Kingston-upon-Thames has a history stretching back to the Anglo-Saxon era and has long been an important location for trade and commerce. Its royal connections also mean the town has been furnished with plenty of grandiose architecture and amenities over the years, with several historic parks and landmarks to make it befitting for regal visits. Below are a few other interesting facts about Kingston:

  • Kingston was once a centre of aviation engineering, with some of the most important aircraft manufactured locally by companies such as Sopwith, Hawker, and British Aerospace.

  • In the 10th Century, Kingston established itself as a coronation place of Kings. At least two, and as many as seven, Anglo-Saxon Kings are said to have been crowned on the Coronation Stone.

  • Kingston is one of only 5 royal boroughs in England and Wales.

  • The dog from the famous HMV logo was a Kingston native and the town has a plaque commemorating his final resting place.

  • Kingston-upon-Thames has a royal connection dating back to 838.

Things to Do in Kingston

Kingston is known locally as a great place for nightlife as well as having plenty of outdoor attractions. The area surrounding the town also boasts some of the UK’s most popular landmarks, all of which are within easy reach. If that weren’t enough, central London is just a short journey away - meaning all of the capital's cultural highlights are on offer to those staying in Kingston. 

What are the most popular things to do in Kingston?

Kingston itself has plenty to offer visitors. From sprawling royal estates to some of the most picturesque parkland in London, anyone staying locally will find they have plenty to see and do. What’s more, Kingston is also a great place for nightlife, its Riverside Walk replete with bars and restaurants.

What is Kingston known for?

Kingston is known as a quintessential English market town, offering a perfect blend of modern living whilst maintaining a distinct connection with its history and cultural heritage. Visitors will find plenty of historic landmarks - some dating back to the Anglo-Saxon era - along with modern art installations, cutting edge leisure facilities and a thriving, multicultural social scene. 

Are there any free things to do in Kingston?

Thanks to its abundance of parks and historic landmarks, there are plenty of free things to do in Kingston - especially in the summer months. Visitors can explore the town's royal connections by visiting key landmarks, or enjoy a stroll along a nature trail in one of Kingston’s lush green spaces. 

Is Kingston close to any other interesting areas?

Kingston is well connected to central London both by bus and by rail, so all of the capital’s attractions are within easy reach. The town also neighbours Richmond, Kew and Chessington, meaning several of the UK’s most popular sights and attractions are just a short bus ride away - in fact, some are even within walking distance!

Places to Visit in Kingston

Thanks to its central location and excellent public transport links, Kingston offers a wealth of choice when it comes to things to see and do. In fact, many of Britain’s best-loved landmarks are within easy reach of the town centre. Below are just a few suggestions of places to visit in Kingston:

  • Hampton Court Palace - arguably England’s most famous palace, the former residence of Henry VIII is an astounding attraction.

  • Richmond Park - stunning 2500-acre park and National Nature Reserve famous for its stags and their impressive antlers. 

  • Royal Botanical Gardens - a sprawling collection of flora from around the globe, covering over 300 acres and boasting a stunning Victorian greenhouse.

  • Isabella Plantation - lush gardens and floral displays with plenty of lakes and woodland trails.

  • The National Archives - home to historically significant documents with a museum and library on site.

  • Ham House and Garden - 17th century stately home with ornate gardens - a testament to the region’s historical prosperity.

  • Syon House - one of London’s last great houses, Syon House and its surrounding 200-acre park has been in the same family for over 400 years and attract visitors from all over the country.

  • London Museum of Water & Steam - a quirky museum with plenty of interactive exhibits dedicated to steam engineering. Perfect for family-friendly sightseeing.

Places to Eat in Kingston

Kingston-upon-Thames has a huge amount of choice when it comes to places to eat. The area along Riverside Walk is particularly popular with diners, as it offers fantastic views of the Thames as well as a great social atmosphere. Some popular venues in this area include:

  • Busaba Kingston Riverside.
  • Riverside Vegetaria.
  • Al Forno.
  • Chakra Indian Restaurant.

There are also several fine dining restaurants located towards the centre of town, ranging from classic French cuisine to contemporary Mediterranean foods. Some noteworthy eateries are:

  • Roz Ana.
  • Trattoria Calabrese.
  • The Pottery Tapas Bar.
  • Terra Mia.
  • The Canbury Arms.

Shopping in Kingston

Kingston-upon-Thames has been known as a market town for hundreds of years - and not much has changed. Outside of central London, the town is known as one of the best shopping hotspots in the region. The high street is filled with a mix of global brands and quirky independent retailers and there are several markets operating locally, including Kingston Historic market (open daily) and Kingston Monday Market. The town also features several shopping centres and plazas, including:

  • Eden Walk Shopping Centre.
  • The Bentall Centre.
  • Kingston Wood Street.
  • Market House.

There are also several other shopping centres in neighbouring towns within easy reach of Kingston, such as:

  • Madastore (Teddington).
  • Kew Retail Park (Richmond).
  • Centre Court Shopping (Wimbledon).

Transportation in Kingston

Kingston is covered by several public transport providers and falls under the remit of Transport for London. As such, visitors will find the town is well connected to both London city centre and the wider south-east of England. Kingston Rail Station offers services into London Waterloo in as little as 25 minutes and has regular services to Kempton Park, Twickenham and Wimbledon. The station is part of Zone 6, so the Oyster card or a 1 - 6 Zone Travelcard can be used to pay for fares. 

There are also several other key transport hubs nearby, which are just a short walk or bus ride away. These include:

  • Wimbledon.
  • Richmond.
  • Surbiton.
  • Worcester Park.

Kingston also benefits from having over 40 bus routes - 8 of which run throughout the night. They provide a frequent service to London city centre, the surrounding towns of Wimbledon, Richmond and Putney as well as Surrey and Heathrow Airport.

Weather in Kingston

Kingston, like the rest of the south-east, has a temperate climate that is divided into four distinct seasons. Summers are typically warm rather than hot, with temperatures in August usually peaking at around 30°C. Winters, on the other hand, can be cold, with temperatures sometimes dropping below freezing. However, Kingston rarely experiences any extremes of weather, meaning it can be visited throughout the year. On average the hottest month is July in summer and the coldest is January in winter. As with anywhere else in the UK, there is always a chance of rain, particularly in spring and autumn. 

FAQs - Things to Know before booking Kingston Serviced Apartments

Q1. How many serviced apartments are available for booking in Kingston, London ?

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A2. The best 5 and 4 star serviced apartments in Kingston, London are Kew Riverside Apartments, Kew Eye Apartments, Noble House,

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Q6. Do Kingston, London serviced apartments provide breakfast, gym & other extra services?

A6. Some of the apartment buildings in Kingston, 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.

Q7. Can I have guests in a Kingston, London serviced apartment?

A7. That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in Kingston, London .

Q8. Why is staying in a serviced apartment in Kingston, London better than a hotel?

A8. Serviced apartments in Kingston, 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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