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Synonymous with the London 2012 Olympics, Stratford was a once much derided part of East London that was referred to as “stinky Stratford” by locals due to noxious industries and slaughterhouses. However, since the 2012 Olympics, Stratford has undergone significant regeneration projects in recent years. Stratford has been subject to one of the largest regeneration projects in London history. Over the past ten years, £9 billion has been invested into the area, transforming Stratford into an irresistible combination of contemporary London and the traditional East End.
Due to its excellent transport links, accommodation in Stratford has become an attractive option for corporate stays in London. The formerly dilapidated area has been transfigured into an island of stadiums, high rise apartments, shopping centres and serene parklands.
Serviced apartments in London have fast become a popular choice in alternative accommodation due to the rise in hotel prices. Offering short stay apartments, studio apartments, holiday apartments and corporate housing, all of our apartments are self-catering, providing guests with a quintessential home from home experience.
Each apartment includes a spacious living area complete with home entertainment system, a fully equipped kitchen, peaceful bedrooms, and a bathroom that offers both bathing and showering facilities. Additionally, each apartment features complimentary Wi-Fi, a regular cleaning service, a concierge, a parking space and a secure entry system.
Following the Olympics, the nebulous concept of legacy has hung heavy upon Stratford. Sebastian Coe the chair of London 2012, stated that “legacy is nine tenths of what the Olympics is about, it is more than just 16 days of sport”. Years later, the London 2012 legacy is tangible, through new businesses, buildings and apartments.
Westfield Shopping Centre, built to coincide with London 2012, houses hundreds of high street stores, restaurants, bars and designer boutiques. A visit to Westfield Shopping Centre is a must for anyone staying in the area who possesses a keen eye for fashion.
Officially unveiled in 2012, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, now home of West Ham United FC, is open everyday of the week and is free to visit. Similarly, many of the new stadiums around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park are open to the public: The Copper Box Arena, the VeloPark, the London Aquatics Centre and the ArcelorMittal Orbit are open to the public are open to the general public. In the vicinity of the stadiums, peaceful waterways, playgrounds and leafy parklands provide a space to unwind.
For guests staying in Stratford for extended stays, transport to central London and the surrounding areas is important. Stratford Underground Station has the Jubilee and Central Line- the Jubilee line runs to Canary Wharf in ten minutes, whilst the Central Line runs through to Liverpool Street and Bank in 15 minutes. The Stratford Railway Station provides access to England’s south coast, with express services running regularly. For a different perspective of London, take one of the many busses that depart from Stratford Bus Station- located opposite the Underground Station.
London King’s Cross St Pancras, which offers services to the North of England and the Midlands, is approximately 20 minutes away from Stratford. Services to Heathrow, Stansted and Gatwick run from Victoria and King's Cross.