Holiday Apartments in London
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- London Tower
- Tower Bridge
- Saint Paul's Cathedral
- Trafalgar Square
- Westminster Abbey
- Buckingham Palace
- Marble Arch
- Tate Britain
- Hyde Park
- Houses of Parliament
- Oxford Street
- Heathrow Airport
- Gatwick Airport
- Stansted Airport
- Luton Airport
- London City Airport
- King's Cross station
- London Victoria Station
- Liverpool Street Station
- The West End
- St. Pancras Station
- The South Bank
- Piccadilly Circus
- Covent Garden
- London Centre
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Feel right at home with a GowithOh London Apartment
London, the capital of England and The United Kingdom, is a magnificent global city. Home to over 8 million inhabitants, this expansive city has been growing for over 2,000 years and contains a vast array of attractions and iconic locations to visit. With 14 million tourists arriving to the UK capital each year, hotels can be quite crowded which is all the more reason to book your own self-catered apartment from which to see this incredible city.
Apartments in London: The best option for your city-break in London
London is an incomparable city. Once you’ve been there, London will be so fascinating that you’ll want to come back. The feeling of being part of one of the most important cities in the world is truly unique. And what makes this experience even better is living like a local in an apartment rental for a couple of days.
At GowithOh we offer you short-stay apartments in London to make your trip to the capital of the United Kingdom unforgettable. All our London apartments for rent have the following features:
- - They are located in the city centre of London with means of public transportation at your doorstep.
- - They are equipped with high-quality furniture.
- - You’ll have internet access in all apartments via Wi-Fi, USB or cable.
- - They are spacious with a minimum size of 10m2 per person.
Renting an apartment in London: What should you know?
If you’re renting a self-catering apartment in London you’ll have to pay a small amount of the total price directly with your reservation on the website. The rest you’ll pay upon your arrival to the owner or contact person of you apartment rental. Bear in mind that:
- - For the majority of our apartments you’ll have to pay a deposit, when you arrive at your short-term home. Of course, this is only for security reasons and you’ll get it back at the end of your stay.
- - That in many cases the minimum stay at a London apartment is 3 nights.
- - After the booking you’ll have to get in touch with the owner to indicate your time of arrival and the time when you want to check-in.
An apartment in the centre of London or in London’s most popular districts
London is one of the biggest cities in Europe. Seriously, you won’t believe how big it is until you’ve been there. The metropolitan area of London is the biggest and most popular district. That’s why we suggest you to rent a holiday rental in the centre of London. You’ll enjoy direct connection to the public transport system to get to the most important monuments in town.
Districts we recommend you to rent an apartment in London:
- - Camden, situated north from the city centre, is the hottest and most alternative district in London. Rent an apartment in Camden and get to know the trendy side of the city.
- - If you prefer a classy and more posh neighborhood, Westminster is the right place for you. This is the district where many of the most famous monuments are located. The royal family, living in the Buckingham Palace, will be your neighbors.
- - You’re more of a food lover? Then you should consider renting a holiday apartment in the area around Waterloo-London Bridge . Not only that you’ll have these two railway station close to you vocational apartment, but also you’ll be living in the gastronomic and cultural centre of the city.
A self-catering apartment in London for rent is cheaper than a hotel
Why you get more value for your money by staying in a holiday apartment in London rather than in a hotel:
- - The restaurants in London are quite expensive. Even more so if you have to change your euros into pounds. Eating out every day will get pricey and it’s unnecessary, because for sure you’ll have better ideas to spend your travel budget on. In fact, you’ll spend twice as much money on food if you book a hotel in comparison to an apartment where you’ll have your own kitchen.
- - The London Underground is the best, the oldest but also the most expensive underground. With a GowithOh apartment you can save on public transport too. Just choose an apartment in the city centre and most of the sights will be reachable by foot.
- - London is a busy city. Time to relax after a long day out. If you’re looking forward for some entertainment during your stay, you’ll have plenty of options: Watch a movie, listen to music or surf the web with the free internet access offered.
- - The city is basically bursting of great food markets with fresh fruit, vegetables and much more. It would be sad if you could not experience a walk over the markets, shopping and after preparing your dinner at home just like a real Londoner.
However, London is a city that deserves to be explored from the local point of view, from a GowithOh apartment! We got rated 9.1 from 10 by over 50.000 customers, which help us improve our service every day.
London is calling! Let’s go!
What to do and to see in London
Little known facts
* London used to be the largest and most influential city in the world. With a population of 12 million, it is still Europe's largest city and has the largest financial centre in the world.
* Every year the Norwegian government gives Great Britain the Christmas tree at Trafalgar Square, as a thank you for the help during World War II.
* The British capital consists of 19,000 listed buildings, 1,500 parks, six world heritage sites, 22 museums, 100 theatres, 233 nightclubs and 3,800 public houses.
* Big Ben, located at the south of the Parliament building, is in fact the name of the great bell within the tower, the tower it's self is simply called the clock-tower, which has the largest clock face (7m).
* Aldgate station was built on top of a plague pit, where more than 1,000 bodies were buried in 1665.
* In Borough and Smithfield pubs are licensed to serve alcohol from 7am, which means with breakfast, to fit the working hours of market porters.
Culture and Main Attractions
The city is one of the most culturally diverse in the world with over 300 languages spoken in the city. The World in London project aimed to showcase this multicultural society by locating, interviewing and photographing a London resident from each of the 204 countries in the world. During the 2012 London Olympic Games, these giant portraits were on display to embrace all the cultures that combine to make London truly unique.
It would be impossible to list everything to see and do in London although a stroll along the south bank will let you see the most famous landmarks of the London Eye, Tower Bridge and the Houses of Parliament. The museum district in Kensington is also a great way to spend the day as the majority of museums have free entry in London. Sports fans will also be in their element as the capital holds the national stadiums for Rugby, Football and Cricket among others.
London is one of the most fashion-conscious cities in Europe. From pricy designer stores to outlets with great deals, the British capital offers you about everything your shopaholic heart desires. On top of that, many trends are born here and so you can still get exclusive styles there and be a trendsetter back home. Famous places to go shopping are the mall Harrods, Oxford Street, Carnaby Street, Regent Street and Camden Town. Besides, you should also visit the weekly Borough Market. Here you can go grocery shopping just as the locals do and get to know typical British habits. And last but not least a visit of the popular Portobello Market is a must, when you're on a city trip to London.
Opened in 1863, the Londoner Underground is the oldest and also the largest metro system in the world. Locals call it the "tube". Being the biggest city in Europe London offers you a big variety of public transportation, from buses over tram to River Bus Services. Depending on the length of your stay you have different card options with which you can save money while exploring the capital.
London is said to be the rainiest city in Europe and yes, the weather is unpredictable throughout almost the whole year. The British capital has a temperate climate and the four seasons can be strongly distinguished from each other. During summer the temperatures are warm. July is the hottest month and rain is rare. But a city break in London is always a good idea, even if it's raining. In the end this is part of the charm, isn't it?
Food and Drink
London’s multiculturalism is also reflected in its diverse gastronomy. Wherever you go you’ll be offered multiple options for lunch and dinner. If you’re looking for a more local experience, visit one of the 5,000 pubs in the city. Here you can order the typical ale with some food, such as burgers with fries, for a reasonable price. And what would London be without tea? We recommend you to try the Afternoon Tea at Fortnum together with some pastry.