Serviced Apartments Uxbridge

Top Serviced Apartments in Uxbridge

Situated in west London, Uxbridge  serviced apartments are the ideal place to stay in London if you are looking for short or long term accommodation just outside of the city. An excellent alternative to hotels, serviced apartments offer ample space, a fully equipped kitchen, stylish interiors and comfortable living space. Uxbridge is a charming residential town just within the M25 area, less than twenty miles west of London city centre. Its location also puts Uxbridge within easy reach of several other important locations, including Slough, Oxford and Reading. What’s more, the town is also just a stone’s throw from the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This means Uxbridge is hugely popular with both business and leisure travellers - a fact which is reflected in the broad range of accommodation on offer locally. One of the most popular options is to rent a private apartment. Not only does this option provide a comfortable, home-like environment in which to enjoy Uxbridge, serviced apartments in particular also offer many additional conveniences usually associated with hotels, such as room cleaning and reception services. 

Some of the top serviced apartments in Uxbridge are:

Each of these properties have been selected due to its comprehensive range of mod cons - including home entertainment and kitchen facilities - as well as the high standard of its decor and its proximity to local transport links. For more information about other things you can do around Uxbridge - be it shopping, places to eat or attractions in Uxbridge please get in touch.


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Corporate Accommodation in Uxbridge

Uxbridge is a key location for business travellers as it offers access to several of southern England’s key commercial and industrial hubs. Of course, the town is just half an hour from London by tube, which also makes it an ideal commuter location for City workers. However, Reading, Slough, Watford and even Oxford are within easy reach. For those visiting on business, serviced apartments are the perfect corporate accommodation in Uxbridge. Each offers a comfortable, modern space in which guests can both work and relax, thanks to the inclusion of mod-cons such as high-speed broadband and a flatscreen TV. What’s more, each property has been specifically chosen due to its proximity to local transport links, meaning they are ideal for those commuting into London or other nearby towns. 

Holiday Accommodation in Uxbridge

It may come as a surprise that Uxbridge is also a popular destination for tourists who are looking primarily to visit London, but also want the option of exploring other towns and cities.

Uxbridge is also an ideal place for those seeking to explore rural England, with Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty such as the Chiltern Hills or North Wessex Downs being right on its doorstep. When it comes to holiday accommodation in Uxbridge, serviced apartments are often a much better solution than the usual hotels and guesthouses, as not only do they offer a completely private, self-contained living space, but the inclusion of full kitchen facilities makes them ideal for those who may be looking to self-cater their trip. Finally, serviced apartments still provide many of the benefits associated with more traditional holiday accommodation, such as regular room cleaning, concierge and reception services. 

Where to Stay in Uxbridge

Uxbridge is a small town that nonetheless boasts a surprising amount of diversity from north to south. Being the western-most borough of London, visitors will see the built-up urban area start to fragment into a more rural setting the further they get from the city. When choosing where to stay in Uxbridge, those seeking more greenery and a quieter atmosphere may prefer to base themselves towards the area of New Denham, which offers plenty of greenery yet is also close to the local trading estate. Alternatively, those who would prefer to stay on the London side can opt for anywhere around the tube station and town centre. Of particular note, are the residential areas around The Greenway and Hillingdon Hill. 

Facts About Uxbridge

Whilst it’s fair to say that many people might be unfamiliar with Uxbridge, the unassuming London borough has a long and diverse history, stretching back over a thousand years. From its early years as a village settlement, through its important role in agriculture and, today, a leading area for business and commerce, Uxbridge has always been one of London’s most consistent economic performers and continues to stay relevant in the 21st century. 

Below are a few interesting facts about Uxbridge: 

  • The name is derived from ‘Wixan’s Bridge’, named after a 7th-century Saxon tribe.
  • Uxbridge  home to Brunel University, which was named after the Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Notable former students include former England footballer Tony Adams, Mighty Boosh actor Noel Fielding and Libertines/Dirty Pretty Things guitarist Carl Barat.
  • For about 200 years most of London’s flour was produced in and around Uxbridge. In the 19th century the Kingsmill opened - and is today one of the most recognisable bread brands in the country.
  • During the English Civil War, Uxbridge was the location of attempted negotiations between King Charles I and the Parliamentary Army.
  • The Grand Junction Canal opened in 1794, linking Uxbridge with Birmingham.

Cost of Living in Uxbridge

London has a reputation for being expensive, so visitors to Uxbridge will be pleasantly surprised to find it generally offers a lower cost of living. For example, the average rent in Uxbridge per calendar month is approximately £1,700 - this compares to well over £2,200 for London city itself. Those staying solo can expect to pay around £1100 per month for a one-bedroom apartment, whilst larger houses of 3-4 bedrooms will cost between £1,700 and £2,000. 

The day-to-day cost of living in Uxbridge will also be significantly cheaper than London city centre. The average cost of a meal for two at a moderately priced restaurant will generally be between £25 and £60, depending on the restaurants. The other main acost to consider will be transport. Those looking to venture out into the countryside have the option to rent a car from as little as £30 per day, whilst those planning to travel in and out of London can expect to pay £18.10 for a zone 1 - 6 travel card. 

Tips for Visiting Uxbridge

Uxbridge is a diverse area that sits between the Greater London area and the rural locations to the west of the city. As such, those with a little local information will find it much easier to know the best places to go, where and when to avoid traffic and how to find the undiscovered gems in the local area. 

With this in mind, below are a few tips for visiting Uxbridge:

  • Bear in mind that the cost of a meal or night out will likely increase in cost in areas closer to London. 
  • Enjoy a beverage in one of the historic local pubs.
  • Explore the areas stunning parks and green spaces.
  • If heading out of London, then renting a car is a great way of getting around. If heading into the city, then it's much better to use public transport. 
  • Be sure to venture out into the incredible countryside just west of Uxbridge. 
  • Check out the deals available with the local public transport services for days out to other UK cities.

Things to Do in Uxbridge

The more people explore Uxbridge and its surrounding areas, the more they will find to see and do. Not only does the town centre have plenty of amenities, shopping and leisure facilities, but it is also the perfect place from which to venture out on an excursion to one of the neighbouring towns or points of interest. 

Q. What are the most popular things to do in Uxbridge?

Those staying in Uxbridge will find the area offers plenty of things to do within its immediate vicinity. Some of the most popular activities are:

  • Enjoy a stroll along the canal.
  • Play a round or two of golf at one of several local courses.
  • Learn about the Battle of Britain at the local RAF museum.
  • Get active in the modern leisure centre.
  • Enjoy one of the many nature trails in the area.

Q. Are there any other attractions near Uxbridge?

Uxbridge is close to several of London’s most popular neighbourhoods and attractions - many of which are just a short tube ride away. These include:

  • Richmond Park.
  • Hampton Court Palace.
  • Kingston-upon-Thames.
  • Twickenham Stadium.

Q. Are there any outdoor activities in Uxbridge?

Uxbridge has a few options when it comes to outdoor activities. For starters, the area has an abundance of parks and nature trails all of which are free to enter and make for a great day in the sunshine - weather permitting. However, for something a little more structured there are also two excellent golf courses in the area, as well as hiking trails throughout the Colne Valley Regional Park.

Q. What are some family-friendly activities in  Uxbridge?

Those visiting Uxbridge with family will find there is plenty of amenities, attractions and facilities catering to all ages. The Ruislip Lido Railway is hugely popular with children, as is the Battle of Britain Bunker. When the weather is good, there are also plenty of parks and recreation areas that are ideal for picnics and games. 

Places to Visit in Uxbridge

Whilst Uxbridge has plenty to see and do locally, it is also a great place from which to explore west London as well as the neighbouring counties of Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. Below is just a small selection of places to visit in Uxbridge and its surrounding area.

  • Fassnidge Park - a picturesque local park with nature trails, gardens and adventure playgrounds. 
  • Hampton Court Palace - arguably England’s most famous palace, the former residence of Henry VIII is an astounding attraction.
  • Colne Valley Regional Park - a sprawling 27,500-acre park with picturesque waterways, green spaces and stunning vistas.
  • Battle of Britain Bunker - a former RAF base dedicated to the Few and Uxbridge’s role in Britain's finest hour. 
  • Hillingdon Sports and Leisure Complex - the local sports facility is a modern complex offering everything from swimming to table tennis.
  • Osterley Park - stunning 16th-century estate with mansion and gardens.
  • London Museum of Water & Steam - a quirky museum with plenty of interactive exhibits dedicated to steam engineering. Perfect for family-friendly sightseeing.
  • Oxford - one of the UK’s most visited cities, Oxford’s stunning architecture and rich history make it a must-see excursion from Uxbridge.

Places to Eat in Uxbridge

Uxbridge has plenty of excellent places to eat, ranging from prestigious fine-dining restaurants to hearty pub fare. There are also several excellent establishments serving various international cuisine. 

A few of the most popular places to eat in Uxbridge are:

  • The Watersedge, Canal Cottages.
  • Javitri.
  • Nonna Rosa.
  • Lumbini Restaurant.
  • Tamara Lounge.
  • Nabrasa Brazilian Dining Experience.
  • The WatersEdge Bar and Restaurant.
  • Ottimmo Bao Bao.

Shopping in Uxbridge

Despite its diminutive size, Uxbridge is a surprisingly good location for shoppers. There are several large-scale, modern facilities in the area surrounding the underground station. Intu Uxbridge is the number one place to go, boasting over 70 stores across three floors, with numerous famous brands represented,  including Gap, H&M, Next and Moss Bros. Just a short distance away, Uxbridge also has The Pavillions - another indoor shopping centre with plenty of familiar brands as well as cafes and restaurants. 

Alternatively, those looking for retail therapy outside of Uxbridge will also find several large-scale shopping malls nearby, such as:

  • West Drayton Shopping Park.
  • Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre.
  • Westway Cross Retail Park.
  • The Blenheim Centre.

Transportation in Uxbridge

Uxbridge falls under Transport for London Zone 6, meaning it is covered by London’s extensive public transport network and journeys can be paid for using the Oyster contactless system. Uxbridge tube station is served by both the Metropolitan and the Piccadilly Line, meaning those travelling into London city centre will be able to take direct trains to several key locations, including:

  • Baker Street.
  • Kings Cross St Pancras.
  • South Kensington.
  • Hyde Park Corner.
  • Leicester Square.

Whilst Uxbridge does not have an overground railway station, there are several nearby that can be reached with a short tube journey.

Another option is to rent a car - especially for those who plan to make excursions to the nearby towns of Reading, Slough or Watford. Hire companies offer a variety of packages based on individual needs, with prices starting as little as £30 per day. Finally, there are also several bus routes operating throughout Uxbridge, with routes both into London city centre as well as out towards the suburbs. Most routes terminate in Belmont Road, as this is the main stop for the area. 

Weather in Uxbridge

Uxbridge features the same weather as the rest of London - save for a few minor regional variations. Whilst UK weather is famously difficult to predict, it can be broadly divided into the usual seasons. London often experiences cold winters, with the temperature dropping below freezing on the coldest months of December and January. However, this is still a popular time to visit Uxbridge as the surrounding area is especially picturesque in winter and there is always plenty of festive activities in the festive season. By contrast, the summer months of June and July are usually warm and dry, with temperatures reaching average highs of 24 degrees. August can be a little hotter, but typically the city doesn’t experience temperatures high enough to make it uncomfortable. Arguably the most popular month to visit is September, as the temperature is usually still warm, whilst being a little cooler than August in the evenings, making for a more comfortable stay. It should be noted, however, that in the UK there is always the chance of rain - so it’s essential to pack accordingly!

Cost to stay in Serviced Apartments Uxbridge

Uxbridge, the suburban town in West London, is an ideal place to stay in London for some days or for one night. The service apartments are well furnished and spacious, which will be a great option to stay in rather than any expensive hotels. You can expect many facilities within the serviced apartments in Uxbridge. Some serviced apartments are best for families traveling with kids. The service apartments provide kitchen facilities, hot and cold-water facilities, Wi-Fi, etc. The cost to stay in Serviced Apartments Uxbridge differs according to the type of bedrooms, facilities, and interior. The most important thing in the case of service apartments is the location. Once you are staying near the rail station, the average cost per night will be £140, and if you're staying close to every mode of transportation, then the cost can extend up to £200. Though the place is naturally beautiful and can be a great option once you want to stay in a private, serviced apartment.