Serviced Apartments Wembley

Top Serviced Apartments in Wembley

Situated in North London, Wembley serviced apartments are a great place to stay for long and short trips. With great connections to central London, each apartment contains all the facilities to make you feel at home. A perfect alternative to hotels, our apartments include a fully equipped kitchen, ample space, a living area and a comfortable place to sleep. Whether in London for business or pleasure, serviced accommodation is the only place to spend one’s nights. Acting as private travel hubs, these apartments feature plush interiors and a range of high-end amenities to guarantee comfort and convenience to all visitors. Not only this, but also meticulously selects each apartment based on a range of criteria, so guests are sure never to be too far away from local attractions or public transport hubs. Experience luxury living for less in some of the most popular travel destinations in the world, and help create lasting memories out of even the shortest stay.

Some of the best serviced apartments near Wembley include:

The apartments offer a mix of cleaning and concierge services (subject to availability), private access facilities, fitted kitchen units, high-speed Wi-Fi, and much, much more. These apartments are growing increasingly popular among travellers looking for accommodation in Wembley for both long term and short term residential visits. Whatever is on the agenda, guarantees restful and relaxing nights, with a unique human touch offered throughout.

There are plenty of things to do in Wembley - be it shopping, restaurant dining and other places to eat or attractions to visit - Wembley has it all.

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Benefits of Serviced Apartments

Serviced accommodation is ideal for temporary travellers or prospective residents looking to get a feel for a new city. Lower rental costs and a range of additional perks and benefits make these apartments a perfect alternative to busy city hotels or short term property lets, and also handles all legal and contractual aspects, so residents need not worry about paying deposits, bills or agency fees: it’s all included. Extended stays can even result in exclusive benefits, such as gym memberships or discounted entry to local events, creating more incentive for postponing that departure, and the apartments also come fully furnished, with kitchen fittings, cutlery, furniture, bedding and washing facilities already in place, in order to ensure that every one of these luxury homes is as close to a castle as it is possible to be. Live it up from day one and feel truly in control of that stay away with

Corporate Accommodation in Wembley

Located close to the beating heart of London, Wembley provides excellent transport links throughout the wider city, making it an ideal destination for those looking for easy access to the capital’s commercial and financial quarters. Served by TFL, trips into Central London can be completed in almost no time at all, meaning that many of business and networking opportunities will be available right on the apartment’s doorstep for those intrepid startups and sole traders. Apartments in the financial districts, however, can be rather pricy, even for shorter stays, which is where corporate accommodation in Wembley can really shine. The apartments also come with fully-stocked kitchens, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, flatscreen TVs and much, much more, allowing even the busiest business traveller to unwind after a long day, and maximise productivity and profitability for the rest of their trip.

Holiday Accommodation in Wembley

Wembley is also a convenient destination for those looking for a leisure retreat, be that a weekend away or a first family holiday. With all of London’s top sights and attractions a short commute away, as well as proximity to famous sports and entertainment venues, Wembley can be a great place for groups or solo travellers looking to escape for a few nights. Whatever is on the agenda, holiday apartments from can accommodate for quiet evenings in and nights on the town, thanks to their home-cooking and entertainment facilities. Plus, the cosy bedrooms allow guests to be well-rested for the next day, ensuring every trip is a memorable one.

Where to Stay in Wembley

There are a number of notable neighbourhoods in the Wembley area that offer great accommodation within easy walking distance of many top local sights and attractions. Wembley Park is the favoured destination for those looking to enjoy a concert or sporting event at the stadium or SSE Arena, and this neighbourhood also offers great transport links via the Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines and access to the Asda Superstore for any urgent retail therapy. The neighbourhoods of Alperton and Sudbury meanwhile are popular among golfing enthusiasts due to their proximity to Sudbury Golf Club and Horsenden Hill Golf, Disc Golf & FootGolf Centre. Though Wembley is generally a safe area of London, visitors are advised to keep an eye on their possessions, particularly during game days, as pickpockets tend to operate within the busy crowds.

Facts About Wembley

Known primarily for its famous stadium, Wembley has been dubbed the ‘Home of Football’ by fans of the sport. A stadium has been on the site since the 1920s, meaning that the area is just as steeped in history as many other more notable parts of Central London. Here are some of our favourite facts about Wembley new visitors will find fascinating:

  • The first football match Wembley ever hosted was the 1923 FA Cup Final. There were allegedly 300,000 people in attendance, more than double the stadium’s capacity at the time.
  • Approximately 40,000 pints of beer and 10,500 meals are consumed at every event the stadium hosts.
  • Wembley’s original name was Empire Stadium, as its original purpose in 1920 was to host an exhibition of the British Empire. Then the FA got involved and the rest is history.
  • The famous arch of the new stadium, at 315 metres long and visible from miles away, is the longest structure on a roof in the entire world. A symbol of national unity, people from the 83 counties that make up England participated in its construction. The arch also ensures that there are no restricted views from anywhere in the stadium.
  • Each of the two giant screens in the stadium is the same size as 600 domestic television sets.

Cost of Living in Wembley

Though less expensive when compared to some other parts of London, property prices in Wembley can still be pretty high to rent. Average monthly costs can range anywhere from £900 to £2,500+, making serviced accommodation an increasingly viable option for longer term travellers, particularly when taking into account the many benefits and additional perks that come from extended stays with

Day to day activities, unfortunately, offer little in the way of savings. Weekly travel passes (for Zones 1-2) can run to upwards of £35, though there are discounts available for certain residents, while meals out can range from £15 for a meal for one to £55 for a three-course dinner for two. Some of this expenditure, however, can be offset by the next-to-nothing medical costs, with guests usually only having to pay for private or cosmetic surgery or dental care, and by the relatively inexpensive price of local groceries, with which travellers are able to prepare home-cooked meals in their fully equipped kitchens.

Things to Do in Wembley

From paid day trips to fun freebies, there is plenty for new and returning visitors to see and do in the Wembley area. Families and solo travellers alike can easily while away a day enjoying the local sights and attractions. Here are a few of our favourite activities:

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

Here are just a few of the many opportunities for entertainment and enjoyment to act as the cherry on top of any stay:

  • Enjoy game day with tickets to the most famous sporting venue in the country.
  • Visit the statue of Bobby Moore and pay respects to the late, great legend.
  • Escape to another country with a visit to the stunning Hindu Sanatan temple.
  • Take in a show at The SSE Arena, home of music, comedy and sport.
  • Window shop at London Designer Outlet or Wembley Park pavilion.
  • Unwind with a visit to Northala Fields or Brent Reservoir, and bask in the peaceful greenery of nature.

Q.What are some free things to do near Wembley?

Wanting to save some pennies on those day-to-day activities? Here are some great ways of passing the time in Wembley without breaking the bank:

  • Get green fingered with a spot of Urban Gardening at the Yellow Pavilion.
  • Take in some free street dancing lessons, great for keeping the little ones entertained.
  • Rest that mind with free yoga and guitar lessons at the Yellow Pavilion.
  • Get a head start in that exercise regime by participating in the Wembley Stadium Group Run.

Q.What are the most family-friendly things to do near Wembley?

For families with children, or simply the young at heart, there are a number of fun days out we would recommend:

  • Walk the field and dressing rooms like a superstar with a tour of Wembley Stadium.
  • Get the party started at Partyman World Wembley, featuring balloon modelling, ball ponds, air cannons and more.
  • Hit a few holes in the Mini Majors at Playgolf near Harrow.
  • Enjoy the latest blockbusters and independent releases at the local Cineworld.

Places to Visit in Wembley

An important location in British sporting history, Wembley also features a number of other significant sites and tourist attractions to satisfy all comers. From events and performances to sites of specific cultural interest, there are plenty of great things to see and do in and around Wembley. Some of our favourites include:

    • Wembley Stadium - easily the most famous attraction in the area, Wembley Stadium is the home of the England football team, as well as a major sporting and entertainment venue. Anyone in the area should look into getting tickets for the next big game: nothing quite beats it.
    • The SSE Arena - adjacent to the stadium, the SSE Arena is London’s second-largest indoor arena after the O2. With 12,500 seats, the arena is used for a mixture of music, comedy, family entertainment and sport, and is a great day out for the whole family.
    • Shri Vallabh Nidhi Mandir - a stunning architectural work, this Hindu temple near Wembley Park boasts an intricately carved exterior and beautiful grounds. Well worth a visit.


  • Hoover Building - this Grade II listed building is the UK headquarters of The Hoover Company, and is an exquisite example of art deco architecture.
  • Brent Reservoir - a local nature park, canal and reservoir, ideal for quiet escapes from the city, and a great spot for birdwatching.


  • The Tricycle Theatre - producing challenging and thought-provoking pieces since the 1980s, this community theatre has a particular remit to produce for the local and wider London area, and is thoroughly deserving of a place among the best producing houses in the country.
  • Sudbury Golf Club - grab a quick game on the links at Sudbury Golf Club, or try a hand at Disc Golf or FootGolf nearby.
  • Northala Fields - featuring playgrounds, lakes and a visitor centre, Northala Fields is a great green escape from the bustle of London, with many pleasant walks and stunning views to enjoy.
  • London Designer Outlet - engage in some retail therapy at this popular shopping centre, stocked with a whole host of designer brands at discounted rates.
  • Harrow School - take a trip to Harrow to explore one of the most famous public schools in England. Founded in the 16th century, Harrow School is a stunning historic institution, and still educates young boys to this day.

Places to Eat in Wembley

Whenever nights on the town are at the top of the itinerary, Wembley residents can easily get out and explore the many fine bars and restaurants near to their accommodation. From familiar chains to artisan eateries, there is a huge host of catering options available to suit all tastes.

Here are a few places to eat in Wembley we would recommend to any visitor:

  • Kanishkaa Wembley.
  • Mushroom Italian Restaurant.
  • Savannah Lounge.
  • Big Moe’s Diner.
  • Cabana.
  • Wagamama.
  • Las Iguanas Wembley.
  • Treatz Dessert Parlour.
  • Pitch View Restaurant West.
  • The Association Restaurant.

Street Food in Wembley

Street food is also an option in the area, with the likes of Cabana Rio Street Food and Opa! Greek Bakery & Patisserie providing plenty of takeaway meal options. Not only this, but there are also plenty of pop-up food stands within Wembley Stadium itself for visitors to fill up on before, during and after that big event. In addition, there are several regular markets in and around Central London, such as Model Market, Street Food Union, Vauxhall Street Food Garden, and the Southbank Centre Food Market, which provide a true street food dining experience. Delicious!

Shopping in Wembley

Though less well-known as a shopping destination compared to locales such as Covent Garden, Oxford Street and Stratford, there are still plenty of high street chains and local ware sellers available to both long term and short term residents. Many of the most popular shopping hubs in the city are just a short tube journey away for those looking for a specific purchase; for the rest, there is a great selection of fashion, food and technology close to home.

Some of the best places to shop in Wembley include:

  • London Designer Outlet - a shopping centre featuring 70 familiar brands offering discounts of up to 70%, plus restaurants, bars and a multi-screen cinema.
  • Wembley Park Market - a local market combining fashion, food, arts and crafts, and health and wellness, this community hub brings together world-class independent brands, unique products, and, most importantly, people.
  • Wembley High Road - the main high street in the Wembley area, featuring unique boutiques and brand name stores.
  • Wembley Central - a shopping complex within the station, this popular pedestrian mall features supermarkets, high street stores, coffee shops, cafes and exquisite bakeries stocking a range of tasty treats.

Transportation in Wembley

Getting around the capital is easy. London’s famous Underground is world-famous, and with 11 lines covering 270 stations, visitors can be assured they will never be too far from home. The Wembley area is served by several station and lines: Wembley Central (Bakerloo), Wembley Park (Jubilee, Metropolitan), Sudbury Town (Piccadilly) and Alperton (Piccadilly). These stations are arguably the most efficient ways of getting out and about, with Day Travelcards available to purchase (accepted through Zones 1-5) for around £20.

London is, of course, famous for its iconic taxis and red buses, and with 700 bus routes in operation across the city, including 52 night services, these travel options are also great for sightseeing. Wembley is reliably pedestrianised, so getting around on foot is a simple matter, and the area is also well-linked to the M1 and M25, meaning visitors with access to their own vehicle will be able to get out into the wider country in no time at all.

Weather in Wembley

With a generally temperate climate across much of the UK, the weather can range from temperatures below freezing during winter, to hot and balmy heights of thirty and above in the summer months. Unpredictable weather patterns, however, mean that rain may still be just a cloud away, so visitors are advised to pack wet-weather gear at all times of the year. September is usually a good time to visit Wembley, as this month offers warm days and comfortably cool evenings, allowing travellers to maximise their time away and make the most out of their city break.