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Top Serviced Apartments in Shepherd’s Bush

No matter the reason for visiting London, serviced accommodation is the only place to spend one’s nights. With an abundance of excellent locations in some of the most popular travel destinations in the world, as well as plush, stylish interiors, all luxury furnished apartments from are maintained to exacting standards in order to match the comfort and convenience of a true home away from home. Able to come and go as they please, visitors can experience their chosen city at their own pace, and all from the peace and quiet of a private travel hub. And as meticulously selects each apartment for its desirable location, guests are sure never to be too far away from public transport hubs or local attractions.

Some of the best serviced apartments near Shepherd’s Bush include:

Offering private access facilities, fitted kitchen units, high-speed Wi-Fi, cleaning and concierge services, as well as a number of other luxury amenities, these spacious and stylish apartments are growing increasingly popular among travellers looking for accommodation in Shepherd’s Bush for the long term or the short. Whatever is on the agenda, business or pleasure, guarantees restful and relaxing nights, with a unique human touch that will keep guests coming back time and time again.

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There are over 36 serviced apartments in Shepherd'S Bush London with more being added every day. In total, has over 250,000 apartments across the globe that are waiting to be booked. Book Now .

The best 5 and 4 star serviced apartments in Shepherd'S Bush London are Hammersmith Residences by MySquare. Kew Bridge Court. High Street Kensington. Barons Court - Queen Club. Hammersmith Apartment.

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More About Shepherd’s Bush

Corporate Accommodation in Shepherd’s Bush

Located just west of Central London, Shepherd’s Bush provides excellent transport links throughout the wider city, making it the perfect destination for those looking to do business in the capital’s commercial and financial centres. Served by TFL, trips into Canary Wharf and the City of London, among other locations, can be completed in almost no time at all, ideal for those sole traders or intrepid start-ups looking to close that deal. Useful for those on a budget, serviced apartments in Shepherd’s Bush are a great solution to business accommodation woes. Every one of these beautiful, bespoke living spaces comes furnished with fully-equipped kitchens, flatscreen TVs, high-speed complimentary Wi-Fi and much, much more, allowing even the busiest business traveller to unwind after a long day. Maximise productivity and profitability with, and make every penny go the distance.

Holiday Accommodation in Shepherd’s Bush

Shepherd’s Bush is also a convenient destination for those looking for a luxury leisure retreat, be that a weekend away or a first family holiday. With plenty of local activities, and many of London’s top sights and attractions a short commute away, Shepherd’s Bush can be a great place for groups or solo travellers looking to escape for a few nights. Each apartment boasts cosy, quiet bedrooms and plenty of amenities to ensure guests are well-rested for the next day, as well as fully equipped kitchens to allow for home cooking alternatives to going out of an evening. Whatever is on the agenda, can help all visitors make the most out of that London getaway. What’s not to like?

Where to Stay in Shepherd’s Bush

Shepherd’s Bush is relatively small in size when compared to the surrounding areas of White City, Hammersmith and Kensington. Concentrated mainly around Shepherd’s Bush Green, any serviced apartment located in this area will benefit from easy access to the high street stores of Uxbridge Road and Westfield, as well as to the entertainment venues of the local Vue Cinema and O2 Empire. Accommodation located around Goldhawk Road meanwhile can further benefit from the presence of Shepherd’s Bush Market right on the doorstep, not to mention the location being a short step away from the official stadium of Queen’s Park Rangers, for any eager football fans.

Most London neighbourhoods are considered pretty safe when compared to other major capital cities, and Shepherd’s Bush is no exception. Even in the quieter areas though, tourists are still advised to be aware of pickpockets, and it is not wise to leave any personal possessions unattended.

Facts About Shepherd’s Bush

Home of Wormwood Scrubs prison and the Wood Lane BBC Television Centre, Shepherd’s Bush has a long social history very much in keeping with the rest of the city. A former rural suburb that was engulfed as London grew, the area has featured prominently in British culture, both on TV and in the biographies of rock stars of old. Here then are some of our favourite facts about Shepherd’s Bush to grant visitors a brief overview of the neighbourhood:

  • Shepherd’s Bush was an almost entirely rural area of London until the mid-nineteenth century (likely where it acquired its name, though exact sources are unknown). Proper urban development did not occur until the later years of that century with the arrival of the tram line.
  • Shepherd’s Bush is the birthplace of many notable musicians, among them Pete Doherty, The Sex Pistols’ Steve Jones, and The Who’s Roger Daltrey.
  • Another musician, Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones, once spent 30 hours in Wormwood Scrubs prison for a drugs conviction in 1967. He was released on appeal after a day and a half.
  • The standard distance for the marathon, 26 miles and 385 yards, is derived from the original White City Olympics in 1908. The only reason for the extra yards at the end is because the finishing line was moved to outside the Royal Box so Queen Alexandra could better see the result.
  • The famous British sitcom duo ‘Steptoe and Son’ owned a junkyard located at the fictional address 24 Oil Drum Lane, Shepherd’s Bush.

Cost of Living in Shepherd’s Bush

A popular location in the city due to its proximity to London Westfield, as well as to more central neighbourhoods, property prices in and around Shepherd’s Bush tend to be much in keeping with the wider capital. Rental apartments can range from £700 to £2,000 a month or more in price, which serves to make serviced accommodation an increasingly viable option for longer term travellers, both in costs and in the many benefits includes with extended residential stays.

Serviced apartments can also help with savings in day to day costs. While dining out of an evening can range from £15 for a meal for one, to £55 for a three-course meal for two, the relatively low price of local groceries, combined with’s fully equipped kitchens, can make for an inexpensive workaround. Regular travel via TFL can also add up, however there are weekly travel passes available (for Zones 1-2) that can be purchased for around £35, with discounts available for eligible residents. Finally, there are plenty of entertainment options, including theatres and cinemas, that offer cheaper tickets with select membership schemes.

Things to Do in Shepherd’s Bush 

From tourist hotspots to unique cultural attractions, there are plenty of sightseeing opportunities to be found in the area around Shepherd’s Bush. Here are some of the top activities in the area to help guests make the most out of their precious leisure time:

Q. What are the most popular things to do near Shepherd’s Bush?

Here are just a few of the many opportunities for entertainment and enjoyment to act as the cherry on top of any stay:

  • Take in a show at the O2 Empire or Bush Hall.
  • Explore the world’s biggest underground boating lake at The Lost Lagoon, fun for all the family.
  • Indulge in some luxury aromatherapy and holistic treatments at K Spa.
  • Put those culinary skills to the test at Jamie Oliver’s Cookery School.
  • Sample a huge range of gins in a sophisticated venue at the aptly named Ginstitute.

Q. What are some free things to do near Shepherd’s Bush?

Want to save some pennies on those day-to-day activities? Here are some great ways of passing the time close to home without breaking the bank:

  • Take a trip to nearby Kensington to explore the many free museums and galleries in the area.
  • Step into serenity with a trip to Holland Park’s Kyoto Garden.
  • Visit Shepherd’s Bush Market to browse the wares of local wholesalers and retailers, or else window shop at W12 or Westfields.

Q. What are the most family-friendly things to do near Shepherd’s Bush?

For families with children, or simply the young at heart, there are a number of fun days out we would recommend:

  • Enjoy a round of indoor mini-golf on hilarious custom links at Puttshack White City.
  • Try a hand at bouldering or rock climbing at Westway Climbing Centre.
  • Dive into the fun-filled indoor play of Bramley’s Big Adventure.
  • Check out the latest blockbusters and independent releases at the local Vue Cinema.
  • Test your wits in one of Shepherd’s Bush numerous local Escape Rooms.

Places to Visit in Shepherd’s Bush

Wondering how to spend that precious day off? Shepherd’s Bush provides plenty of fun things to see and do locally, as well as easy access to a host of popular tourist attractions in nearby area. Here are a few of our favourite things to do to help guests make the most out of their leisure time:


  • Design Museum - a free museum specialising in all things design, exhibitions cover product, graphic, industrial, fashion, and architecture. The institution also won the 2018 European Museum of the Year Award, solidifying its reputation as a popular tourist attraction.



  • Holland House and Park - an early Jacobean country house built by Sir Walter Cope in 1605, the country estate on which it was built makes up much of what is now Holland Park, a public park a little outside of Shepherd’s Bush. Comprising open green spaces, formal gardens, the house, and more, the former estate acts as a great respite and cut-through for any residents crossing towards Hyde Park and Kensington.


  • Kyoto Garden - a popular feature in itself, Kyoto Garden can be found within Holland Park, and was created by a collection of renowned Japanese architects. Boasting colourful plants, shrubs and water features, including a koi pond, the garden is perfect for quiet reflection and relaxation away from the busy city.


  • Kensington Palace - across Holland Park from Shepherd’s Bush lies this famous royal palace. Currently the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, among others, the palace has been in use since the 17th century, and many of the State Rooms are now open to the public.


  • Church of St John The Baptist - built in 1868, this Grade I listed church is officially designated a place of ‘exceptional interest and outstanding importance’ by English Heritage. Of particular note is the tiny Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament, the existence of which was a carefully guarded secret for many years, as this sacrament was not permitted within the Church of England.


  • Bush Hall - built in 1904, this unique Edwardian venue was once a dance hall, and is now an independent space hosting live music, conferences, events and dining. Well worth a night out.



  • Royal Albert Hall - located in the borough of Kensington a short walk from Shepherd’s Bush, the Royal Albert Hall is one of the most famous concert venues in the world, as well as the UK’s most treasured and distinctive building. Hosting a wide variety of musical events, tickets for this venue are highly sought-after, and the hall’s currently capacity stands at 5,272.



  • Natural History Museum - a popular free museum in Kensington, the Natural History Museum is world-famous for its collection of dinosaur fossils and animal displays, but also explores such topics as earthquakes, volcanoes and astronomy. Fun for all ages.



  • Science Museum - similar to the Natural History Museum above, the Science Museum takes visitors on an exciting discovery tour through space, steam machinery, optics and more. The museum also frequently runs special exhibitions ranging from everything from James Bond to Alan Turing.



  • Victoria & Albert Museum - the world’s largest museum of applied and decorative arts and design, from sculptures to textiles, the V&A houses a permanent collection of over 2.27 million objects. It also has a connection to history, as it was named for then royals Queen Victoria and Prince Albert following its founding in 1852.


Places to Eat in Shepherd’s Bush

Whenever quiet nights in are not on the agenda, residents can get out and explore the many fine restaurants and eateries in the Shepherd’s Bush area. Away from their fully-fitted kitchens and home-cooking duties, they will find a vast range of cuisine catering to all tastes, and with so much choice available, it can sometimes be hard to narrow a selection down.

Here then are a few places to eat in Shepherd’s Bush we would recommend to any traveller:


  • Harana Meze Restaurant.
  • Al Forno Shepherd’s Bush.
  • Shikumen.
  • Bush Hall Dining Rooms.
  • Balans Soho Society.
  • Wahaca Westfields.
  • The Meat Co.
  • Roosters Piri Piri.
  • Aroma W12.
  • Mandaloun.


Street Food in Shepherd’s Bush

Street food is also an option in the area, with Shepherd’s Bush Market itself offering regular pop-up stalls within walking distance of every serviced apartment. Westfield London is also home to several eateries with takeaway menu options. For a true street food dining experience however, we would recommend visiting some of the more popular markets closer to Central London, such as Street Food Union, Model Market, Vauxhall Street Food Garden, and the Southbank Centre Food Market, for a vast range of national and international cuisine. 

Shopping in Shepherd’s Bush

Reasonably popular as a shopping destination due to the presence of London Westfield, it is almost a guarantee that residents of Shepherd’s Bush will be able to find everything they could want or need within easy walking distance of any serviced apartment. And for those turned off by big name brands or high street stores, there are also plenty of independent retailers around from which to pick up any essentials.

Some of the best places to shop near Shepherd’s Bush include:

  • London Westfield - a huge shopping centre featuring over 400 stores and restaurants, from high street retailers and chain eateries to independent establishments. Also includes a 17-screen Vue cinema.
  • W12 Shopping Centre - a lively shopping mall housing many high street stores, restaurants, and a multi-screen cinema.
  • Shepherd’s Bush Market - a street market popular with tourists and residents alike, many local wholesalers and waresellers keep stalls here bursting with fresh produce, exotic foods, jewellery, fabrics and more.
  • Uxbridge Road - The primary ‘high street’ in Shepherd’s Bush, featuring a number of familiar chain brands, as well as independent coffee shops and retailers.

Transportation in Shepherd’s Bush

Getting around the city is easy. London is served by 11 Underground lines covering 270 stations, including night services on many major lines through Fridays and Saturdays. Shepherd’s Bush is served by several Tube stations, including Shepherd’s Bush (Central Line, Overground), Shepherd’s Bush Market, Wood Lane and Goldhawk Road (Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines). Served by TFL, these services are arguably the most efficient way of commuting to and from home, and Day Travelcards can be bought for £18.10 and are accepted through Zones 1-5.

Naturally, there’s nothing more readily associated with London than its famous red buses. A great way of sightseeing while commuting, these red buses can be simply boarded with a Contactless Payment Card, Travelcard, or Oyster. Fares cost just £1.50 (£4.50 for a day of bus-only travel), and with 700 routes, including 52 night services, travellers can always be sure of getting back to their serviced apartment at any time day or night. Black cabs are also great for the swift routes and local knowledge many of the drivers offer, however fares can be a little pricier, so we recommend spacing use of them out.

Weather in Shepherd’s Bush

With a generally temperate climate across much of the UK, the weather can range from temperatures below freezing during winter, to hot and balmy heights of thirty and above in July and August. Weather patterns can be unpredictable however, and even on the brightest days, rain may still be just a cloud away, so longer-term visitors are advised packing for all outcomes, just in case. September is usually a good time to visit Shepherd’s Bush, as this month offers comfortably warm days and cooler evenings, enabling travellers to get out and about on their own schedule, and so make the most out of their trip.

Cost to Stay in Serviced Apartments in Shepherds Bush

The energetic Shepherds Bush is a perfect fit for visitors who have a love for music, bars, and shopping. But are you moving there on a long-term basis? Then it’s ideal to look for temporary options at the beginning before switching to a permanent house. That’s because it is an affluent area with quite a high cost of living. The average rate of the properties is around £1,580,000. Whereas the ones with premium features can reach £2,500,000. Home-like vacation rentals are a preferred choice for short-term purposes. The cost to stay in serviced apartments in Shepherds Bush White City Tube Station comes to around £201 per night. For the apartments near the major Goldhawk Road, the prices start from £350 per night onwards. The 2-bedroom serviced apartments are spacious and are great for a family of 4.