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Possessing a rich history founded upon sport and music, Wembley is located in North London and has recently undergone major regeneration that coincided with the construction of the new Wembley Stadium. The regeneration of Wembley has rendered the district on of the hottest up and coming areas in London due to its countless leisure activities and commutable distance to central London.
There are a number of great restaurants and shopping malls in the area that offer a range of goods, services and cuisines. Amidst the typical chain restaurants, Wembley offers some of the most diverse eating options in all of London. From Vietnamese street food to modern European fine dining, Wembley contains a collection of delicious places to eat.
Our accommodation in Wembley are within a seven minute walk to both Wembley Park tube and Wembley Stadium rail stations- which provides a 10 minute commute into Central London or 30 minutes into The City.
Serviced apartments in London have recently become a popular choice in alternative accommodation solutions due to the rise in hotel prices. Offering short stay apartments, studio apartments, holiday apartments and corporate housing, our apartments are self-catering, providing guests with a quintessential home from home experience.
Each of our apartments in Wembley features a welcoming living space that is stylishly designed, a modern kitchen featuring all the necessary appliances for self-catering living, spacious bedrooms with ample storage space and a bathroom that contains both bathing and showering facilities. Additionally, a stay with thesqua.re provides guests with complimentary Wi-Fi, a parking space, access to a gym, a secure entry system and a concierge service.
Synonymous with football, Wembley Stadium- the home of English football- dominates the Wembley skyline. The iconic arch, a symbol of the trials and tribulations of the English national team, towers over the surrounding area. At Wembley Stadium, visitors are able to take a tour of the stadium or visit the museum. At the museum, guests can learn more about the cultural history of football.
However, there’s more to Wembley than football. If shopping is you’re looking for a place to shop without the crowds of the West End and Oxford Street, then staying in Wembley might give you the opportunity to miss the crowds. Historically, The High Road was the main place to go, but in 2013 the London Designer Outlet opened in Wembley Park/ With over eighty shops over three floors, there are over twenty restaurants to choose from.
Moreover, Wembley is home to Little India. The Sanatan Temple, a Hindu structure constructed with materials shipped from India, is the symbol of Little India, attracting visitors from all over London.
Wembley is well connected to central London, rendering the area popular with commuters. Wembley Park, Wembley Central and North Wembley are located within the area, offering access to London’s extensive Underground network. Wembley Stadium, Wembley Central and North Wembley Stations also offer overground services. Additionally, Wembley is part of London’s bus network.
In terms of international travel, London Heathrow is 14.5 miles away, London City Airport is 25 miles away and Luton Airport is 30 miles away. Each airport is accessible via services that run from central London’s stations.