London Serviced Apartments

Top Furnished Apartments in London, UK

One of the most iconic cities in the world, London is a rich tapestry of culture, history and diversity that leaves a lasting impression. If you are visiting for business or leisure, our London serviced apartments offer privacy, space and high-speed internet to keep you connected.

Serviced apartments provide a range of benefits to make them the perfect alternative to hotels. When choosing a furnished apartment in London, you can expect a comfortable living area with a wide-screen television to enjoy your favourite shows, a fully equipped kitchen so you can cook your meals and a serene bedroom to ensure that you get a great night’s rest.

We know that booking accommodation in London can be nerve-inducing, that is why each apartment that is listed on has been fully verified by our experienced team.

Our Top 10 Most Booked Furnished Apartments in London

  1. Lanterns Court
  2. Avant Garde
  3. Shoreditch Square
  4. Liberty
  5. Lincoln Plaza
  6. Waterloo Apartments By MySquare
  7. South Quay
  8. Olympic Way Apartment In Wembley Park By MySquare
  9. Heathrow Lodges By MySquare
  10. Tower Hill Apartment

London is broken down into a number of different neighbourhoods, all of which offer something unique. Whether it is the grand townhomes of Kensington or the contemporary newly built apartment blocks of Canary Wharf, has fully furnished housing in London.

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Benefits of Serviced Apartments

Serviced apartments are an increasingly popular choice for leisure and business travellers visiting a new city for extended stays. There are countless reasons to choose a serviced apartment when staying in a flat in London.

Each apartment that we have contains amenities to help you feel at home when you are visiting: a fully fitted kitchen with all the utensils you would find at home, a comfortable living area that contains a sofa along with a television, bedrooms designed to ensure you get a great night’s sleep, and a bathroom with contemporary fittings.

If you are looking to bring your furry friend to London, we have many pet-friendly apartments located across the city that are ideal for your long-term as well as short stay. A serviced apartment can make you feel at home when you are visiting London, UK.

 Corporate Housing in London

If you are a business traveller visiting for work, our corporate housing in London provides guests with the perfect base for working in the city. In addition to being located close to public transport locations to connect you with your workplace, our apartments are in bustling neighbourhoods that offer a wide range of food, shopping, entertainment and fitness facilities.

Holiday Accommodation in London

London is a city that will make you fall in love every single day. If you are interested in history, London is the city for you. If you are interested in contemporary architecture, London is the city for you. If you are interested in a diverse city which has some of the best food in the world and the most entertaining nightlife, London is the city for you. If you are planning on visiting London on vacation. Enjoy the attractions such as Covent Garden, Tower Bridge and more we have plenty of vacation apartments for you to rent in London.

London Luxury Apartments

London is a city synonymous with luxury, particularly in its central location. London luxury apartments are available in all different areas of the city and always come with a price tag. At, we offer a range of different luxury apartments in London that start from £80 per night.


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Things to know before booking serviced apartments in London

Luxury apartments in London are available to book with us. Many luxury apartments are located in stylish neighbourhoods throughout the city such as Kensington, Knightsbridge and hyde Park

There is no time limit to staying in a serviced apartment. Due to the ample space, privacy, fully equipped kitchens, living areas and the fact that all utility bills are included, a serviced apartment can be your home away from home for as long as you need it.

In London, the cost of a serviced apartment is correlated with the quality of the building, neighbourhood and features. Typically, furnished apartments in London start from around £80 per night and can go as high as £2000 per night. At, we are able to cater to a wide range of budgets and can help you find your ideal apartment.

The Shard is synonymous with contemporary London and sits in the heart of the city. Distinctly modern, The Shard is one of the most visible features in London's famous skyline. The Shard gives stunning views of all of London. Here are some apartments located close by. Tower Bridge Road, Cannon Street Apartments, Broken Wharf and Sir John Lyon House Serviced Apartment by

All serviced apartments listed on our website have all bills included. By staying in a serviced apartment, you will save time when it comes to paying your bills - giving you more time to enjoy the things that you love.

If you are staying in a serviced apartment, you are not allowed to have guests staying in the apartment over night unless previously agreed at the time of booking.

When travelling, everyone wants a space with a great view. There aren't many better views than the iconic London skyline - many of our apartments feature stunning city vistas that are more than Instagram worthy. Some of our favourite apartments with a view are Modern Serviced Apartments near Ealing, Old Street Tower and Camden Serviced Apartments.

Some serviced apartments listed on our platform have a washing machine included. However, some don't. Before making an enquiry or booking, simply check on the listing or contact one of our expert guest service agents.

Speaking from a not at all biased opinion, YES, of course, serviced apartments are worth it. If you are visiting London for any length of time, staying in one of our serviced apartments can really make your trip feel like you are staying at home.

Furnished apartments in London are available to rent for a weekend, with prices starting at around £200 for two nights. Of course, if you are looking for something a little more luxurious, prices can go as high as £4000 for two nights. The main factors that determine the cost of an apartment are location and amenities.

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Where to Stay in London

With a total of 32 boroughs, choosing the right place to stay in London can be a little overwhelming. Each neighbourhood possesses its unique characteristics, which makes staying in London so charming.

Here are some of our favourite neighbourhoods in London:

1. Canary Wharf:

Located in the east of the city, Canary Wharf is one of Europe’s biggest financial hubs. Ever since the old docklands were redeveloped into this financial powerhouse, Canary Wharf had a reputation for being quite a dull place to spend your free time. However, in recent years perceptions of Canary Wharf have changed - and for good reason. Canary Wharf boasts an impressive collection of bars, restaurants and entertainment spots that are always bustling with people.

2. Kensington:

Situated in the west of the city, Kensington is one of London’s most iconic neighbourhoods. Synonymous with style and fashion, Kensington seamlessly blends contemporary architecture with classic townhouses. Kensington has great connections to the city centre via public transport and is within walking distance to Hyde Park, perhaps London’s most famous park.

3. The City:

Also known as the square mile, The City is home to some of the biggest global businesses. Despite the modern flavours of The City, there is something distinctly historic about the area. The Tower of London, London Bridge and Monument are just a few of the major landmarks in The City. If you are looking to snap some selfies in front of some iconic landmarks whilst you are on your business trip, make sure you book to stay in the city.

4. Shoreditch:

Over the past ten years, Shoreditch has become one of London’s most hip places to stay. Ideal for people who need fast access to the city, Shoreditch is defined by its artisan eateries, microbreweries and bustling nightlife. Our flagship property, Avant Garde, is located in Shoreditch and contains all the features to make your stay perfect.

5. Wembley:

One of London’s up-and-coming areas, Wembley is perhaps best known for the stadium. Whilst Wembley Stadium dominates the skyline, Wembley has developed into a contemporary residential area that features shopping outlets, restaurants and bars. Wembley has great access to the city centre through the Jubilee and Metropolitan Line.

If you are still struggling to find the right area for you, get in contact with one of our London experts on our live chat.

6. Trafalgar Square: 

A captivating attraction of London that stands true to legacy and grandeur. Explore the museums and galleries available at this place, most of them are free.

Cost of Living in London

London has the reputation of being an expensive city to live in. Here are some rough ideas of what to expect in terms of cost when you are staying in London.

1. Food:

Whatever direction you turn in London you will find a Tesco, Sainsbury or Morrisons store. These stores offer a range of fresh produce at reasonable prices. In London, you would expect to pay £1.50 for 4 pints of milk, £1.50 for a loaf of bread and £3 for 12 eggs. Outside of the basics, a weekly shop for one person in London costs around £60 depending on where you shop.

2. Going out:

London has a diverse range of cuisines available across the city. Similarly, the prices of London’s restaurants greatly vary depending on the reputation of the establishment. In most places around the city, you would be able to get a good meal and a drink for around £25. If you are looking to impress, countless restaurants come in at a higher price.

3. Transport:

Travelling around London can be a little expensive if you don’t use an Oyster Card. Oyster Cards are available for free at most stations or can be ordered online. Once you have it, you can top up your card for reduced rates. Typically, a single journey will cost between £1.80 to £7.50, depending on the distance you travel. The London travel network is broken down into nine different zones, with the most expensive fares being travelling between Zone 1 to Zone 9.

4. Gym:

If you are looking to keep up your workout routine when you are staying in London, there are many gyms located across the city from national brands. Nuffield Health, The Gym Group, Gymbox and Virgin Active offer monthly subscriptions ranging from £40-£150 per month. Most gyms will also offer a day pass - just enquire at the reception.

5. Household bills:

Gas and electric prices are in line with those of the UK. Typically, monthly, you should expect your electricity bill to be around £100- £200. However, if you choose to stay in a serviced apartment, you will not be charged a penny.

Tips for Visiting London

When visiting a new city, it is always good to know a few tips from locals about how to have a comfortable stay. So we asked some of our expert reservations staff for some tips for staying in London:

  • Always carry an umbrella with you in the winter - you never know when a shower may strike.
  • Always check to see if your train, bus or tube is running.
  • If you are visiting from another country, make sure you download a contactless bank card that can process international payments.
  • If you are visiting from Europe, traffic comes from the opposite direction you may be used to - so make sure you check.
  • Watch out for stray cyclists!
  • Bring a universal charger for your electrical goods.
  • Purchase an oyster card - this will help you navigate London’s transport system.
  • Stand on the right side of the escalator lest you annoy a local trying to make a quick escape from the station.
  • Take a trip outside of London - there is an amazing country outside of London.

Transportation in London

The world-famous London Underground - perhaps better known as the Tube - is one of the most well-established rail networks in the world. For a city of close to 10 million people, a reliable public transport network is required to carry passengers from a to b. There are 11 tube lines that sprawl across the city- in addition to 272 stations located across the capital. On a weekend, many of the tube lines run all night. The tube is the fastest and most reliable way to travel around the city.

If you are staying in the east of London, you will likely encounter the DLR. The DLR is a light railway service that travels overground, connecting Canary Wharf to Bank - London’s two financial hubs. Throughout the city, there is an Overground service that runs throughout the day.

Alternatively, you can travel around on a bus. However, when travelling by bus, you can expect to run into traffic - particularly when navigating the city centre.

Of course, there are many cab services available. You can either use an app like Uber, or you can hail a black cab down - but only if you are in the city centre.

If you choose to stay in one of our serviced apartments, you can expect to be located within a short distance of one of London’s many public transport stations.

Before travelling, you should always check if the transport that you require is running on time, delayed or there is a strike.

Weather in London

The weather - every English person’s favourite subject. London, like the rest of the United Kingdom, has a reputation for unpredictable and gloomy weather. Throughout the winter months, any visitors to London can expect rain, temperatures of around 5 degrees and even some snow. But wait - despite London’s gloomy winters, the summer can be very warm and pleasant. Temperatures regularly exceed 20 degrees - and there is nothing better than enjoying London’s 11 royal parks in the sun.