Serviced Apartments The Regent's Park

Top Serviced Apartments in Regents Park

Regent’s Park is situated in Central London along with the best sights of London. You can explore many things right outside your door once you stay in the Serviced Apartments Regent’s Park. It is called one of the Royal Parks and offers a vast green area between Baker Street and Camden. You can enjoy a picnic, bicycle out, and many other outdoor activities. The Regent’s Park Serviced Apartments are located in the Camden district of London, less than 1 kilometre from Camden Market and Euston Station within walking distance. You can enjoy great accommodation with free Wi-Fi throughout the apartment. The units of the serviced apartments are fitted with washing machines, a big flat-screen TV, a sofa, and a desk. You can also get kitchen utensils along with a fridge and a dishwasher. Once you are here, you can explore interesting places like London Zoo, King’s Cross St. Pancras, King’s Cross Station, and many more. You can have a nearby airport facility as well. You can come to the Central London Serviced Apartments Regent’s Park for your corporate meetings and on holidays.

Top Serviced Apartments in Regent’s Park:

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  • Camden Road serviced apartments
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  • Weymouth Mews Apartments, London

The serviced apartments in Regent’s Park are luxurious and modern facilities. Travellers used to stay, whether for a long trip or a shorter period. Travellers can enjoy the amenities and facilities of different types of bedrooms with studio apartments. You can go for one- or two-bedroom apartments once you are coming with your spouse or a friend, or you can opt for three-bedroom apartments where you can stay with your family members. You can have cosy bedrooms, attached bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen with essential appliances, a flat-screen TV in the living room, and complimentary Wi-Fi.


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Washer / Dryer
Central Heating
Air Conditioning
Cots or Cribs
Work Desk
Private Garden
Secure Entry System
Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Gas Safety Check
Electrical Safety Check
Fire Certificates
Wheelchair Accessible
Onsite Restaurant
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Smoking Allowed
Car Parking

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Cost of Living in Regent’s Park

The Regent’s Park is located at the heart of London, and thus the place is a little expensive and the most famous place is located in Central London. You can have many leisure spots to live in, as well as several cafes, sports areas, greenery landscapes, and many more. It is a highly functional area known for corporate offices, the London Business School, and Regent’s University London. In this place, you can peacefully stay within the serviced apartments ranging from £134 to £622 and more. The cost depends on an individual’s financial situation. So, it can be more or less while staying in the serviced apartments, though the place is a little expensive for living.

Where to stay in Regent’s Park

The place is best for living with family, as the neighbourhood is famous for local Londoners and travellers visiting London. Here you can find several famous street markets and world-famous music venues. The place is rich in culture, along with fashion and art. The place is between Kings Cross and Paddington, and the borough of Northern London is busy with activities. The area is great for walking, and there is live music on the streets, cafes, and many other great city views. Once you come to Regent’s Park, you can opt for serviced apartments like Regent’s Park Serviced Apartments, where you can have two-bedroom apartments located near Mornington Crescent and Camden High Street. The apartments are fully furnished, and you can easily access the West End. The apartment has great security and great access to public transportation. In addition, the apartments have great access to Wi-Fi, where people can attend their business meetings.

Facts about Regent’s Park

There are many interesting facts about Regent’s Park. 

  • In the early days, the place belonged to Barking Abbey until Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries and owned the property for the crown. From this time, it was a hunting park until the time of King George IV, and Prince Regent created a master plan with John Nash and opened the Park to the public in 1835. Today, tourists are coming from different places in London and beyond. As a result, it is called one of the city’s greatest parks and the world’s scientific Park. 


  • In 1826, Sir Stamford Raffles was creating plans to present the Zoological Society of London in Regent’s Park and create the first scientific zoo to understand zoology. Later on, the zoo’s creation was handed over to the Marquis of Lansdowne, who opened the Park as the world’s first scientific zoo in 1828. Charles Darwin was a fellow of this zoo and a visitor in 1831. 


  • The Sovereign Mary’s Rose Gardens inside the Inner Circle is a place of recreation. St. John is a private home in Regent’s Park, and the nurseries are available to people. The highlight is a Grade 11 recorded sculpture given to the nurseries by the Royal Academy of Arts, and the nursery has a pergola walk, a good spring, and indented grass.

Weather in Regent’s Park

The weather in Regent’s Park in London is in the Spring season. The summers are also favourable for visiting the most iconic places in Regent’s Park. The winters are frizzy and thus not favourable in the evenings of the winters. People used to spend time in the greenery lands during the summer evenings, especially when they were staying in the Serviced Apartments Regent’s Park. Thus, the summer season, from July to August, is suitable for planning to visit Regent’s Park. Winters are cold, but it will give you a suitable vibe once you are by the fireplace of the serviced apartments.