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Located in the heart of London, the City of Westminster is quintessential London. A collection of historical monuments, charming period buildings and luscious parks are strewn across Westminster. With Buckingham Palace- the London residence of Queen Elizabeth II- the House of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and Regent’s Park located within Westminster, guests are well located to experience all that London has to offer.
Westminster is populated by a range of exquisite dining experiences, cafes and bars-all of which are within walking distance from our accommodation in Westminster. In addition to the abundance of tourist attractions located in the area, travelling to London’s central business hubs is simple due to numerous tube stations situated in the area.
Serviced apartments in London have quickly become a popular choice in alternative accommodation due to the rise in hotel prices across the city. Offering short stay apartments, studio apartments, holiday apartments and corporate housing, all of our apartments are self-catering, providing guests with a sense of privacy not granted at hotels.
As standard, each of our apartments include a spacious living area complete with home entertainment system, a modern kitchen fully equipped with all the necessary appliances and utensils, classically designed bedrooms and bathrooms with both showering and bathing facilities. Moreover, a stay with thesqua.re provides guests with access to a gym, a concierge service, a regular cleaning service, complimentary Wi-Fi and a parking space.
Westminster is a fantastic place to discover the history and culture of London. The Houses of Parliament- the heart of British democracy- is open to the public, with tickets to tour the houses costing a nominal fee. Nearby, Westminster Abbey offers an introductory history of England’s religious history. With both buildings being close to 1,000 years old, Westminster Abbey and the House of Parliament are two of the oldest buildings in the city.
Buckingham Palace, situated a short walk away from the House of Parliament, is the residence of Queen Elizabeth II- the longest reigning living monarch. Parts of the Palace are open to the general public. For the best views of London, ascend the London Eye.
Oxford Street and Regent’s Street, two of London’s most famous shopping streets, are located in the City of Westminster. With a seemingly never ending collection of high street stores, restaurants and designer boutiques, Oxford Street and Regent’s Street are a shopping paradise.
Due to its central location, the City of Westminster contains numerous underground stations located on all of the major lines. Oxford Circus, Westminster, Paddington, Baker Street, Victoria, Bond Street and Pimlico are connected to the Hammersmith and City, Central, District, Jubilee, Piccadilly, Victoria and Circle lines. London Victoria Station offers over ground services in addition to coach services to connect London with the rest of the United Kingdom and mainland Europe.
Victoria offers express services to both Gatwick and Stansted Airports, while Paddington provides a regular service to Heathrow International Airport. If you wish to take in London in a different manner, take a bus to gain a different perspective of the city.