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Defined by its leafy green spaces, independent stores and stunning views of the River Thames, Richmond, located in West London, is a charming district that is a short commute from central London. Ideal for guests seeking accommodation outside the perpetual buzz of central London, Richmond is well connected. Travelling to central London from Richmond is simple, with the Underground and Train Station offering regular services to the city.
Historically, Richmond has close connections with the Royal Family. Such elegance is manifest in the architecture of the area, with buildings possessing a regal feel. Richmond Park is more rugged than central London parks, but offers sights of wildlife and exotic flowers in the spring.
Ideal for extended stay and self catering, thesqua.re offers both corporate housing and holiday apartments. Accommodation in Richmond is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to centrally located apartments in London due to its excellent transport links. Offering the best of both the city and suburbia, Richmond is mostly populated by professionals.
Uniting style and comfort, thesqua.re’s accommodation in Richmond provides guests with a comfortable living space complete with a comfortable seating area and home entertainment system, a kitchen that is fully equipped with the necessary appliances and utensils for self-catered living, a bathroom with both bathing and showering facilities, and large bedrooms replete with exquisite linen.
Additionally, a stay with thesqua.re provides guests with complimentary Wi-Fi, a 24 hour concierge service, weekly housekeeping, a parking space, access to a gym and a secure entry system.
Whilst maintaining close connections to central London, Richmond is a significant commercial and retail centre in its own right. Although the infinite excitement of central London is a short journey away, the suburb of Richmond warrants further exploration due to its aesthetically pleasing architecture and numerous idyllic parks.
Located in Richmond Park- the largest Royal Park in London- The Isabella Plantation, contains a kaleidoscopic vista of colourful flowers from across the globe. In the springtime, there are few more tranquil sites in London. Richmond Park features wild animals, with sightings of wild deer being commonplace.
In contrast to central London, Richmond,is a bastion of independent shops. Teddington High Street, Twickenham Church Street and Barnes High Street are worth seeking out if you fancy an alternative shopping experience.
Located in West London, Richmond possesses several transport links to central London’s business and tourist hubs. Richmond Underground Station, served by the District Line, offers visitors access to central Richmond Station, too, offers overground services to central London, which are often less crowded and generally more pleasant than travelling on the Underground. Services run from Richmond to Waterloo every ten minutes and take around half an hour.
London’s bus network extends out to Richmond, however it often takes a couple of changes to reach central London. Despite this, travelling by bus offers visitors a different perspective on London. London’s international airports are accessible via Richmond- London Heathrow is approximately 25 minutes from Richmond.