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Cost of a Serviced Apartment in London

With such a variety of serviced apartments in London, the costs of staying in this type of accommodation can vary depending on location, facilities, time of the year and apartment size.

To give you a better idea of how much it cost to stay in london for a week, we have done some research and put together this guide to help you with your search. You can also be sure that serviced apartments are always better value and mostly cheaper than a hotel room.



Luxury living - Mayfair & Knightsbridge

These high-end districts are synonymous for expensive real-estate, exclusive dining and elegant period architecture.

Studios: From £158 per night / £1106 per week
1 Bed Apt: From £192 per night / £1344 per week
2 Bed Apt: From £382 per night / £2674 per week
3 Bed Apt: From £457 per night / £3199 per week

 

Mid-range style - Kensington & Clerkenwell

These mid-range areas are close to London's heart, well priced and brimming with plenty of sights, eateries, shopping and easy connections.

Studios: From £130 per night / £910 per week
1 Bed Apt: From £180 per night / £1260 per week
2 Bed Apt: From £203 per night / £1421 per week
3 Bed Apt: From £392 per night / £2744 per week

 

Smart for Business - Liverpool Street & Canary Wharf

These commercial hubs offer the corporate traveller great accommodation, convenient amenities and quick links to the West End.

Studios: From £130 per night / £910 per week
1 Bed Apt: From £168 per night / £1176 per week
2 Bed Apt: From £216 per night / £1512 per week
3 Bed Apt: From £268 per night / £1876 per week

 

Great Value - Bayswater & Earls Court

These bustling areas are not just great value but great for multi-cuisine food, park life and getting to Heathrow Airport.

Studios: From £90 per night / £630 per week
1 Bed Apt: From £108 per night / £756 per week
2 Bed Apt: From £215 per night / £1505 per week
3 Bed Apt: From £300 per night / £2100 per week

 

*Rates checked are per night for period 1-14 October 2017 on 30 May 2017




What affects the prices

1. Location
Location is the most important factor when it comes to price. Neighbourhoods close to the West End are more expensive in comparison to areas that are further away. Districts with high-end real estate also attracts higher prices especially around Hyde Park.

2. Facilities & Services
Serviced Apartments can vary in terms of the facilities and services they have on-site and in the apartment. Apartments with air-conditioning, 24 hour receptions, gymnasiums, daily maid service usually cost more.

3. Special Events
Rates on special dates around holidays and events like Christmas, Easter, Summer, Fashion Weeks, Flower Shows and Wimbledon (tennis) are higher than other times of the year.

4. More rooms
Apartments can come in different sizes from compact studios to large five bedroom penthouses. The bigger the apartment the higher the nightly rate but this could be more economical than booking multiple hotel rooms.

5. Longer stays
The longer you stay, the more likely you will pay less as many properties offer long stay discounts.
Stays of 28 nights are significantly less and enjoy a reduced VAT rate.

6. Peace of mind
Serviced apartments are professionaly managed and have staff available on call for emergencies, maintenance issues and security. This may mean a higher cost compared to private apartments.

 


Money saving tips for London

1. Use the tube
London has excellent local transport links so try a neighbourhood a few stops away from Oxford Street, Green Park or Covent Garden.
Areas like Bayswater, Earls Court, Aldgate, Camden, Vauxhall, London Bridge well-priced and have easy access to the sights.

2. Pay for what you need
Pick an apartment with facilities to match what you need to save costs.
i.e weekly housekeeping rather than daily housekeeping, a daytime concierge rather than a 24 hour reception.

3. Come to London when it's less busy
Try to adjust your dates to travel just before these important dates or off-peak times like Mid January, March, May, October, November.

4. Make the most of more bedrooms
Sharing a larger apartment with friends, family or colleagues would help you save money as the rates charged are per apartment and not per person. (extra beds may incur extra charges)

5. There may be special deals
Apartments with no access to lifts, internal views or on a lower ground floor may sometimes be cheaper. Make sure you are fully aware of all details before booking.

 




Other ways you save

1. Your own kitchen
Having a fully equipped kitchen makes it easy to dine-in whenever you want. Have breakfast in bed and save on restaurant bills during your stay. If you are travelling with kids then it is a big convenience.

2. Do the laundry
Your serviced apartment is likely to have an iron and a washing machine or a washer dryer. This means you don't have to carry too many clothes, you don't have to pay for expensive dry cleaning and you can make sure you are dressed to impress for that important meeting.

3. Stay connected
Wireless internet is all set up and provided free of charge so you can stay connected without any hassle or interuptions during your stay.


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