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London, United Kingdom
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South Kensington, London
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Covent Garden, London
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Price per night
August : £1 395
Price in October
Type of accommodation
1 Bedroom, 60m²
Price per week
November : £1 329
A holiday rental in London is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in London is £1 363.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in London, you have to pay on average £9 540 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £9 305 and £9 768 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in London are less expensive in November: £1 329 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 2% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 2% (£1 395 per night) in 08, which is the most expensive month to live in London.
On average, rentals in London can accommodate 4 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 85 m².
The price of a holiday rental in London is £1 398 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £9 787.
A holiday rental for a weekend in London costs on average £1 332, for Friday and Saturday nights.
17% of accommodation is still available for a stay in November. It will be necessary to pay on average £1 329 per night.
Nothing says chic city break quite like a Georgian townhouse in London, which are famed across the world for their aesthetic charm and individually rich history. Dotted around the capital's most distinguished areas, you will discover these picturesque properties, which you can call home throughout your stay in London Town. To ensure your trip is truly unforgettable, reserve a luxurious townhouse in the prestigious district of Mayfair, where you can enjoy breakfast with a view over Hyde Park, before indulging in the labels of Bond Street and Savile Row. The nearby area of South Kensington and Knightsbridge are similarly famed for their gorgeous townhouses and are brimming with exclusive restaurants for the evenings beyond your luxury rental.
If you only have a day or two in London, then fear not, as you can still catch all the highlights if you plan ahead and stay in the right area. Choosing a rental in Westminster will ensure you can take in the most famous attractions, including Big Ben, The London Eye, The Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and Buckingham Palace, all of which are within a stone's throw of each other. Apartments in Westminster are also only a short tube ride away from the elegant and historical district of Belgravia, where you can pick up breakfast from a local bakery and enjoy it on-the-go, as time is of the essence after all!
Despite London's reputation as one of the most expensive destinations in the UK, it is still possible to enjoy the splendour of the capital without breaking your budget. Search for a bed and breakfast in Paddington, where you can enjoy some more affordable food and drinks in one of the many traditional pubs in the area. There are also some affordable accommodation options around the hip area or Camden, which is a particular favourite among young travellers. Among the rainbow kissed bars and shops of Camden, you can discover some cost-friendly guesthouses and youth hostels, which are a great alternative for anybody looking to explore London on a budget.
If you are visiting London as a family, look for a holiday home which is spacious enough for every visitor to enjoy. Many families choose to reserve accommodation in Finsbury Park, which is slightly north of the city centre. In this area, there is a range of roomy Victorian homes where the whole family can relax in their own bedrooms and dine in their private kitchen. Another popular area which offers more spacious accommodation options is the area of Hampstead. With its vast leafy parks, woodland trails and cosy gastropubs, it is unsurprising that holiday homes in this neighbourhood are so sought after by families visiting the capital.
When it comes to nightlife in London, there is no better place to stay than in Soho. This West-End area has something for every type of visitor when the sun sets over London. From its musical theatre's to the jazz bars, to the vibrant nightclubs which illuminate these cobbled streets. Stay in the very heart of the action by renting an apartment which overlooks the most fun district in the city. Similarly, the upcoming area of Shoreditch is a great alternative where you can find a unique apartment to recharge after a night on Brick Lane.
London is a city that has it all, especially in terms of accommodation, whether you are looking for a holiday letting for your family, a group of friends or as a couple, we are sure to have something that suits you. Just refine your search with our easy to use filter option and we will find you your ideal accommodation in London from websites such as Airbnb and TripAdvisor.
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England, United Kingdom
London is calling, and you just have to answer! The capital holds a global reputation for food, fashion and culture for a reason, so get out there and discover this melting pot of culture for yourself. There are a million images which might come to mind upon hearing London, whether it is Big Ben, the London Eye or Buckingham Palace. Though these landmarks lay at the very staple of British culture, this city is a place where you can expect the unexpected, from stumbling across the colour-kissed streets of Notting Hill, to the indie bars of Shoreditch, London is just waiting to be discovered. Choose the perfect holiday rental in London, from a luxury apartment in Chelsea, to a townhouse near Hyde Park, all of your accommodation needs will be taken care of when you book a place to stay through TripAdivisor or Airbnb today.
London does not have extreme temperatures, in the summer temperatures range from 20-30 degrees whilst in the winter they start at 15 and generally do not fall below 0 degrees Celsius. However it can snow in the winter so be sure to pack some thermals!
If you are travelling from the North it may be worth flying to London City airport, Heathrow or Gatwick. Gatwick has the famous Gatwick Express train that runs every 15 minutes, it is £30 and it takes just 40 minutes to get to Victoria, it is very easy to use. Heathrow has a similar system that goes to Paddington. You can also get the Piccadilly Line from Heathrow that takes 45 minutes to get to zone 1, the tubes conveniently run every two to three minutes throughout the day. London City Airport is arguably the closest to central London and it is only six miles away from Canary Wharf. There is no express train to and from here but is very easy to get to using the Jubilee Line and the DLR.
London has an excellent public transport system, one can choose from the tube or the bus. There are 11 tube lines which may seem a bit overwhelming but they are all signposted very clearly to help you find your way. Using the bus in London is a great way to get from A to B but also see London at the same time. You can also make unlimited bus journeys within one hour of tapping in. It is possible to pay for the bus or tube with a contactless card or you can buy an oyster card at your nearest tube station.
This is the place to be if you want to be surrounded by hipster, young, cool vibes - it is where British rock music was born! Camden also has an incredible market that attracts hundreds to thousands of Londoners every weekend, you will find everything from vintage clothing, to art records and gourmet street food. Book a bed and breakfast or hostel here and enjoy all that Camden has to offer.
Mayfair is where you will find the world of decadence, old money and A-listers. This is a very expensive part of London to stay in, but if you are on a romantic getaway and you want to treat yourselves, then book a beautiful luxury apartment. Mayfair is home to some of London's finest hotels and restaurants such as the Ritz, the Dorchester, Nobu, Novikov and Sexy Fish. It is also in a great location to rent a flat if you want to relax in Hyde Park or be near Oxford Street, otherwise known as a shopper's paradise.
Notting Hill is in the West of London and it is one of the most popular places in London for celebrities to hangout. It is a bit further away from the tourist attractions then places like Mayfair, however booking a holiday rental here will allow you to experience life as a Londoner. Primrose Hill in Notting Hill is full of lively pubs, trendy coffee shops, chic boutiques and delicious gastropubs. There is not a huge choice of hotels here but we have plenty of serviced apartments available for rental.
Booking a holiday letting in Covent garden has many advantages, you will find some of the best shopping in the city, great theatres and of course the Royal Opera House. It is an uber-cool part of London and it has a wide range of places to eat, varying from inexpensive food markets to fine dining. We have an amazing selection of serviced apartments and hotel rooms here but this is a very popular area, so book quickly before they sell out! Covent garden is very close to Chinatown and Soho, visiting these areas make for a great day out. We also have several studios available for rental in this area if you are travelling on a budget. Furthermore, if you want to be near some of London's biggest attractions, such as the London Aquarium, Big Ben, the London Eye and the National Gallery, then this is the place to stay.
Richmond is the perfect place to book a short term holiday letting if you are travelling with kids and want to be surrounded by parks and greenery, then find a rental here. Richmond is on the outskirts of London and so holiday apartment rentals are cheaper than accommodation in central London and they are much more spacious. Richmond is only a 30 minute tube ride and a 15 minute drive into central London, so this is a great place to stay if you want to find accommodation where you get more for your money.
The London Eye is an iconic part of the city's skyline, it consists of 32 capsules and each one holds 25 people. Book tickets if you want to get the most breath-taking bird's eye view of London. The London Eye lasts half an hour and within that time one can see over 55 of London's most well-known landmarks. Child tickets are £21 and adult tickets are £26, for the best prices we would advise you book in advance online.
If you want to discover more about London rich history then the Tower of London is the place to start. It was built in 1066 and it was a powerful fortress used for executions and torture. One can admire the magnificent crown jewels, visit the zoo and marvel at the incredible architecture.
The London Aquarium is famous for being one of the best aquarium's in the world, it is the only place in London where you can stroll through an astonishing glass tunnel and be surrounded by over 350 species. One can enjoy feeding the stingrays and watch sharks, octopuses and many other creatures swim around you.
The Royal Family in Britain is one of the most famous in the world and their palace certainly does not disappoint. Tourists can visit Buckingham Palace from July 21st to September 30th, one can discover the incredible, ornate state apartments and understand more about the history of the Royal Family.