These superb apartments in West London are ideal for corporate travellers, larger groups such as families and anyone looking for a base long term. Each apartment includes a living area, kitchen, private terrace and deluxe bathroom with a Jacuzzi style bath, sumptuous bathrobes and steam shower. Throughout your stay, a daily housekeeping service will ensure your apartment is kept to a high standard, and extra beds and cots are also available on request. The property is serviced by a 24 hour security and reception and offers parking, theatre reservations and an airport shuttle amongst other services. Business guests also have translation services, meeting rooms and secretarial services at their disposal.
Whatever the weather, visiting at least one of London’s Royal parks is a must. Regents Park is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic, but it’s also home to London Zoo- a must do especially if you’re visiting with children. London Zoo has a wide range of exotic and rare species, including Tigers, Komodo Dragons and Galapagos Tortoises. Take advantage of the daily talks and feeds, play areas and interactive displays that encourage everyone to care for and protect our planet. If it’s a special occasion, why don’t you become a zookeeper for the day and get even closer to your favourite animals!
Chelsea, located in West London, is synonymous with London’s rich and famous. It’s here you’ll find an abundance of designer shops and boutiques, luxury spas and beauty salons. For dinner, or Sunday lunch, the Builders Arms is located just off the Kings Road, whilst La Bouchee is a romantic French restaurant in South Kensington serving classic French dishes paired with delicious Old World wines. If you’re passing through in the week, the latter has a fantastic set lunch menu for under £15. The Saatchi Gallery is also located in Chelsea, and with free entry and a constant influx of new art it makes a worthwhile visit for any art lover.
Notting Hill is one of West London’s most famous areas, with the renowned Portobello road market running every Saturday and multi-coloured houses which continue to draw the crowds. Arrive with your bartering head on, and nab some deals on vintage clothes and antiquities. In the evening, Notting Hill Arts Club is a small but trendy nightclub that never fails to impress. Alternatively, E and O is a pan-Asian restaurant with exotic cocktails, fresh sashimi and mouth watering dum sum- perfect for groups of friends or couples.