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Baby-friendly Accommodation in London

London is one of the most baby-friendly cities to visit with its great mix of things to see and do from parks with fantastic playgrounds, kids shops, restaurants with baby facilities, baby changing toilets, transport with room for buggies and all sorts of shows and entertainment for the kids.

You can even choose from a fantastic range of baby-friendly accommodation in London. We have something to suit every parent's budget or location preference with an excellent range of serviced apartments that feature baby cots, high chairs, baby-sitting, movie rentals, bottle sterlisers and more. The whole family can enjoy a comfortable and great value stay while enjoying th best London has to offer.

London serviced apartments are truly a perfect fit for families with their generous living spaces for the kids to feel at home, kitchen facilities where you can cook your children's meals as per their requirements, laundry facilities as there's always laundry with little ones and baby cots so you don't need to worry about sleeping arrangements for baby.

All our London family accommodation is fully furnished and cleaned regularly for your convenience and peace of mind. In addition to this, some places offer on-site services like a swimming pool which are great for little swimmers, a concierge team who can assist with local advice on where to take babies or younger kids, and car parking if you plan on hiring a car and driving around the city or beyond.



Where to stay in London with a baby

1. Stay within walking distance to the attractions
If you stay in the central neighbourhoods like The Oxford Street, Covent Garden, Kensington, Westminster, Bayswater, Marylebone, Clerkenwell or Bloomsbury  you will be able to easily walk to many attractions, shops, restaurants and leisure facilities which is the easiest thing to do with a buggy. Museums like The Science Museum, The Natural History Museum, The Museum of Childhood and The Horniman Museum are all well suited to get the kids interested in a broad range of topics from history to nature.

2. Stay close to parks
Parks are really the best place for kids to burn some energy no matter what the weather and London has some fantastic green spaces with plenty of activities and things to see and do for little ones. Try boating in Hyde Park, be a pirate in Kensington Gardens, get up close and personal with a asiatic lion in Regents Park or spot a deer in Richmond Park.

3. Stay in a serviced apartment
Needless to say, you  need more space when you are travelling with little ones and serviced apartments offer so much more space and value than standard hotel rooms. You have the benefit of cooking in a fully set up kitchen and doing the laundry with your very own washer dryer. On top of this there's free wireless internet and a daily or weekly maid service which means less things to worry about and more time to enjoy with the family. They are also more reliable than private rentals because they are managed by professional companies with maintenance teams who are there to assist incase you have any issues during your stay, which gives you added peace of mind.





Tips for travelling with a baby in London

1. Getting around
Small compact foldable strollers or slings will make it  much easier to get around the city with a baby or toddler. Buses and overground trains have designated spaces for pushchairs and some tube stations have step-free acesss and lifts to the platforms. Avoid rush hour for sure. Black cabs are also great because they have enough space for a stroller.

2. Free attractions for the kids
Many attractions allow kids under the age of 5 to go in for free including the London Eye, Natural History Museum, Science Museum and Madame Tussauds.

3. Parks, zoos and farms
Entertaining babies can be hard work but you will be pleased to know that parks are free and have toddler playgrounds, lovely gardens and plenty of green patches to let baby explore. Regents Park and Battersea Park have zoos within their boundaries and there are also some lovely little city farms around in Hackney and Mudchute for the kids to enjoy petting some farm animals.

4. Feeding and changing baby
Most restaurants allow babies and have high chairs or tables with room for a pushchair to be close by. They would also normally have a baby changing toilet or table in the ladies loo. Shopping centres and department stores also cater for baby with baby changing rooms complete with room for mum to breastfeed if needed and facilities to warm food as well.

 


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