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Few areas in london, or even the UK, have a reputation as notorious as the one which proceeds Soho. For centuries Soho has been the place to go for cultural entertainment; since the Victorian era, the area has been synonymous with vibrant nightlife, diverse cultural offerings and fashionable hangouts.
The area has everything from independent curiosity shops to famous nightclubs and features an electrifying atmosphere 24/7. Whilst it is often seen as the nightlife capital of London, Soho also has a huge amount of cafes, shops and galleries for enjoying during the day. One of the busiest areas of the city, there is plenty going on and visitors will find that just wandering the streets will throw up numerous opportunities for entertainment.
Whatever the reason for your visit to London, no trip to the capital is complete without a thorough exploration of Soho and the surrounding districts.
Soho is right in the heart of the city and so there are plenty of accommodation options, ranging from high-end hotel chains to backpacker hostels. The format of accommodation you choose will depend on the reason and length of your stay, but those making an extended stay in Soho or visiting the area for business will undoubtedly find that serviced apartments offer the highest level of comfort, convenience and value for money.
TheSqua.re’s selection of properties in Soho range from luxury corporate housing to self-contained studios for individual occupancy. Each has been selected according to our discerning criteria, ensuring our guests experience unparalleled comfort in the most desirable areas of the district. Our serviced apartments in Soho offer luxury soft furnishings set in tastefully decorated interiors, as well as full kitchen facilities and a host of mod-cons. Our team are on hand to offer you advice and guidance on selecting the perfect property for your individual requirements.
Soho is right in the heart of London, so all of the city’s attractions are within easy reach. Anyone looking to spend time in the immediate area of Soho will not be found wanting. There are a great selection of theatres, with Soho Theatre, the London Palladium and Queen’s Theatre being just a few of the venues offering a broad spectrum of drama and comedy shows. For the daytime, there’s the photographer’s gallery, showcasing local and international talent, or the notorious Carnaby street. Anyone looking to enjoy green spaces will find Golden Square and Soho Gardens offer a small but picturesque respite from the urban streets.
Of course, Soho is also a fantastic location for a little retail therapy, being so close to one of the world’s most famous shopping locations: Oxford Street. There’s also Liberty in Soho itself, which offers luxury goods and fashions.
Soho is in the centre of London and so it is covered by the capital’s extensive public transport links, meaning that getting around the area is a relatively simple affair. Oxford Circus is the nearest tube station, served by the Bakerloo, Victoria, and Central lines. The tube is arguably the easiest and most convenient way of making multiple trips around the city. Alternatively, Soho has numerous bus routes, with some services running as frequently as every ten minutes. Buses run around the local districts of Fitzrovia, Mayfair and Paddington, as well as across to South Bank and the wider city area. Buses and tube services are all covered by the Oyster card scheme, which offers a cost effective means of paying for multiple journeys.
Exploring Soho itself is indubitably best on foot, as many areas are either pedestrianised or heavy with traffic, making taxi rides impractical. It’s also possible to rent bicycles, for those looking to cover a larger area.