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Known for its stunning Tube station, Uxbridge is an area steeped in architectural history. Uxbridge tube station stands as a stunning landmark - designed by one of London Underground’s most gifted architects - celebrating it being the final terminus for both the Metropolitan and Piccadilly Lines. As well as its impressive station, other architectural wonders are to been - Hillingdon Civic Centre also being a focal point in the area. To the west, there is a peaceful network of rivers that once powered water mills (flour milling was its major industry for many years). Whether you are looking for a short term stay in North West London, or a place away from the hustle and bustle of the city during your extended stay in London - look no further that Uxbridge!
Our selection of places to stay in Uxbridge are perfect for those looking for a short period of time or wish to be based somewhere with direct links to active surroundings, yet easily commutable to the central London. All are spacious and fully furnished with tasteful and modern finishes - incorporating a complete kitchen and comfortable surroundings to relax in. All of our serviced apartments are never more than 400m from a tube station, so you’ll never miss any of the action! Kitchens are fully equipped with a fridge freezer, oven and hob, microwave oven, dishwasher and washer dryers. Living areas have large screen TVs with full Sky Movies and Sports packages inclusive. Unlimited internet connection via wifi or Ethernet cable is available throughout the apartment - perfect to catch up with the latest news!
Home to one of the most famous universities in Europe (Brunel), the area isn’t short of heritage. Uxbridge has featured in many significant historical events including negotiations during the English Civil War and as an RAF base at the centre of the Battle of Britain. Today there are some substantial local employers so it's not so much a commuter suburb as a large fairly self-contained town, with Cadbury, Xerox, Canon, Apple and PWC all having their main European offices based in Uxbridge. The Chimes is the main shopping centre in Uxbridge, filled with over 70 stores, cafes and restaurants, including Currys Digital, Boots, BHS, Debenhams, Gap, H&M and Next. There is also a Cinema that shows all the latest releases.
Uxbridge station has connections to central London via tube and and bus - both Piccadilly and Metropolitan lines give direct access to popular tourist destinations and business districts such as Piccadilly Circus, Kings Cross St Pancras and Liverpool Street.