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Piccadilly is the name given to a junction and public space of London's West End in the City of Westminster, known across the world for its iconic neon advertisements and bustling pedestrian area around Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain. Being one of London’s most famous landmarks, Piccadilly is chock-full of restaurants, bars and shops, all of which see a huge amount of visitors from all over the world - a melting pot of tourists, city workers and locals giving it a uniquely vibrant atmosphere.
The central location puts some of London’s most famous landmarks just a short walk away, so you can be in one of Piccadilly’s famous bars just a few moments after shopping on Oxford Street or perusing the National Gallery. An exciting place to be, day or night, the bright lights of Piccadilly provide the perfect backdrop to the ultimate London experience.
Piccadilly is in the heart of London, so there are myriad accommodation options to choose from, including budget hostels, five-star hotels and B&Bs. The location and format of your accommodation will of course depend on the nature of your stay, but anyone planning a longer visit will find that serviced apartments are the most cost-effective way of having your own private space, offering a kind of home-from-home atmosphere that you can’t find in a hotel.
We offer a selection of serviced apartments in Piccadilly, ranging from self-contained studios to luxury family-sized apartments. Each has been chosen in accordance with our discerning criteria, ensuring we only offer you the best. Our properties feature stylish and tasteful interiors, fully-equipped kitchen facilities and sumptuous soft-furnishings. Our customer advisors can also accommodate any special requirements you may have, such as disabled access or particular spatial requirements.
Being central London, there are more cultural attractions near Piccadilly that can possibly be seen in a single visit. Of course, the neon billboards and statue of Eros are a must for first time visitors, with the Criterion theatre also being an essential stop on anyone’s itinerary. The area’s pubs, restaurants and bars are an attraction in themselves, with many have historical significance. Those who enjoy the outdoors can head out to nearby St James’s Park, or take a walk around the Golden Square.
Shoppers will not be found wanting in Piccadilly; not only is it just a short walk from arguably the most famous shopping street in the world - Oxford Street - but it also has several places in the immediate vicinity, with the Piccadilly Arcade and Prince’s Arcade carrying a range of stores. There’s also the Piccadilly Market at St James’s church, running six days per week.
The area around Piccadilly is exceptionally well served by public transport - as one may expect with it being in the heart of the UK capital. Piccadilly Circus tube station is your key to exploring the rest of London, served by the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines. Charing Cross is also just a short walk away, which provides overground services to most other London terminals.
The area is also served by the city’s extensive bus network, with services running to all the surrounding areas, as well as Camden Town, Clapham Common, Marble Arch and Putney Heath. There are also direct services out towards Hackney and Clapham. Some routes have services every ten minutes and run throughout the night. There are also numerous tourist buses, offering tours of the surrounding areas.
Of course London’s ubiquitous black cabs serve the area and can be hailed on the street, but these are often expensive and a little impractical if travelling during rush hour.