New Serviced Apartments in London's West End

Published: 16 Dec 2011
Category: Area Focus

In many ways, London is characterised by the presence of the West End, and invariably, when tourists visit London, it is the attractions of the area which draw them to the City in the first place.

The West End is made up of several sub-districts, which are all famous in their own right for the role they play in making the West End what it is.

Covent Garden is home to Covent Garden market and the Royal Opera House. Oxford Street, Tottenham Court Road, Soho and Shaftesbury Avenue are areas well known for entertainment and shopping, and also as London's theatre district. Mayfair, South of Oxford Street, is home to the American Embassy, and some of the best hotels and restaurants in London, including The Dorchester and Claridges.

Public transport by bus and tube is abundant as you would expect, and being the heart of Central London, the rest of the capital is extremely accessible, mainly through the tube network. With particularly good access via the Jubilee Line, the West End is a very popular location for those working in the City and Canary Wharf, given the speed and availability of connection.

St Christophers Place apartments and Marylebone apartments are two such properties, the former being just a few minutes walk to Bond Street station, and the latter, a short walk to Baker Street station. Both stations serve multiple lines, ensuring that those working in London's financial districts can get to and from work very easily.

Rates at these serviced apartments in the West End start from around £124 + VAT per night for Studios, £165 + VAT per night for one bedroom apartments, and £215 + VAT per night for two bedroom apartments. Rate reductions may apply for longer bookings (3 months +), subject to availability.