Serviced Apartments in West End


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There are over 56 serviced apartments in West End London with more being added every day. In total, has over 250,000 apartments across the globe that are waiting to be booked. Book Now .

Prices start from £49 per night and increase from there. Bear in mind that the type of apartment and number of guest will affect the overall price. Book Now .

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Some of the apartment buildings in West End London will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear. Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full experience.

That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in West End London.

Serviced apartments in West End London have all the features of home, are centrally located and have other astounding attributes that make them better than hotels, as covered here.

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Serviced Apartments in West End

As travel enthusiasts already know and love by now, the West End sits majestically at the core of London's cultural life. Did you know that entertainment wasn't always legal in London? The Puritans shut down all London theatres in 1642, a prohibition that lasted 17 years. The Theatre Royal Drury Lane, which debuted in 1663 and is still in use today, is the oldest theatre in West End. It was an instant hit with King Charles II, and it has remained a royal favorite ever since. It was the first venue where the National Anthem and Rule Britannia were heard. All these striking features about the city will sure hype your excitement about our exclusive serviced apartments in West End.

Apartment with the best service In West End

Each of our serviced apartments in West end sits at exclusive locations. Some of them are less than a 2-minute walk from Oxford Street and offer exquisite rooms with posh furnishings, free Wi-Fi, groceries, and a full-fledged home-like setup. Friendly staff and a great location are a rare combo indeed. 

Whether you're visiting London for business or pleasure, all of our serviced apartments in West End are carefully furnished as per the needs of travelers collected and studied over a decade of being in the travel accommodation industry. It also includes all hotel-like utilities for further comfort. Take a look at our excellent choice of short-stay flats, especially if you're seeking a less expensive hotel option with more room, facilities, and solitude.

Where should you stay in West End?

The West End is London's shopping and entertainment district with the best theatres, shopping, and many of the city's most famous buildings and attractions. The West End is the city's leading media and entertainment hub, while the City of London and Canary Wharf are the city's central business and financial sectors. It is home to many art galleries, educational institutions, embassies, government buildings, and hotels, as well as the majority of London's non-financial services corporate headquarters. Berwick Street, Fitzrovia, Chiltern and Garrick Streets are some of the cream spots in the neighborhood.

Facts about West End

While West End has a lot of history and culture to offer, we still want to make sure that you look forward to your stay at our serviced apartments in West End. Have a look at some of its fun facts below:

  • The Phantom of the Opera's make-up takes two hours to apply and 30 minutes to remove before each performance. Prosthetics, two wigs, and two different colored contact lenses are fitted after the actor's face is prepped.
  •  Saying 'Macbeth' in a theatre is considered bad luck. Numerous tragic incidents have been placed on 'the curse,' with stories of performers being pushed over by collapsing set pieces or unintentionally stabbed with real daggers.
  • One performer fell 15 feet into the orchestra pit during a performance. Although we aren't sure if the curse is to blame for this, she was surprisingly unharmed. Her eyes were closed as she pretended to sleepwalk.
  • The Theatre Royal Drury Lane is said to be haunted by various ghosts. Actor Charles Macklin's spirit is described as a 'tall, slender, and ugly' ghost with a nasty temper. However, not all of the ghosts on Drury Lane are bad.
  • Joseph Grimaldi's spirit, claimed to be the most famous clown in a pantomime, leads hesitant actors around the stage. There have also been reports of a 'Man in Grey,' claimed to bring good fortune to those who see him.
  • During WWII, a total of 167 bombs were dropped on London's West End. Bomb Sight is a World War II bomb census that maps the bombed regions and allows users to view historic photos of the aftermath.

Weather in West End

The West End enjoys a temperate climate. This means that it experiences cool, rainy winters and warm, rainy summers. During the months from September to December, the highest temperature goes to 29 degrees and the lowest temperature goes down to 14 degrees. Our serviced apartments in West End will take good care of you all year long.