Bright lights, big city: Clarendon’s London serviced apartments in Piccadilly Circus put residents right in thick of London’s fast-paced action.
Clarendon’s serviced apartments in Piccadilly Circus
Often referred to as the busiest area of the city, Piccadilly Circus is the junction at which several of central London’s most famous roads meet. Regent’s Street connects with Coventry, Piccadilly with Shaftesbury Avenue, making it a hotspot on which tourists, locals and businesspeople converge each day. Yet walk a couple of minutes in any direction and you’ll find yourself on any number of leafy, well-manicured streets, all of which feel a world away from the activity and buzz of the Circus. To say it’s well connected is an understatement – close to Mayfair, Covent Garden, Carnaby and Soho, our corporate accommodation in Piccadilly Circus is perfect for anyone wanting to fully immerse themselves in central city living.
Clarendon’s top tips for living in Piccadilly Circus
Overlooked by the famous neon-lit Coca Cola sign – which has been there since 1955 – this area cheerfully welcomes thousands of visitors each day and has become a London landmark in its own right. If you’re staying in corporate serviced apartments in Piccadilly Circus, get up early to enjoy it in one of its quieter periods and spend a moment taking in the truly impressive Eros fountain. Though named for the Greek god of love, its proud guardian is actually a depiction of Anteros – the god of requited love – making it a charming spot to arrange meetings with loved ones after spending time apart. Passionate runners should make the most of the area’s adjacency to Pall Mall, which offers a breath-taking view of Buckingham Palace and quick access to St James’ Park.
Clarendon’s guide to living in Piccadilly Circus
Residents of corporate serviced apartments in Piccadilly Circus have an abundance of choice when it comes to places to eat and things to do at the weekend. Theatre lovers will particularly appreciate how close it is to Shaftesbury Avenue – largely recognised as the home of the city’s theatre scene and the road on which many of the most famous venues can be found. Walk beneath the colourful play posters and names up in lights to Soho for a bite to eat. Close to Chinatown and filled with fusion restaurants, burger joints and more coffee shops than can be counted, there’s something new to discover each time you visit – even for those on long term stays or relocations.
Retail therapy can be found easily too – just follow the iconic curved crescent of Regent’s Street to find yourself in Oxford Circus, which offers one of the best stocked shopping streets in the world. Liberty, in all its Tudor glory, is great for picking up pretty gifts and designer labels.
Clarendon’s verdict on living in Piccadilly Circus
The value of living in long stay serviced apartments in Piccadilly Circus is undeniable – with Covent Garden and Mayfair within walking distance and the City of London accessible within just a few short stops on the tube, it’s supremely well connected. Each apartment in the area is specifically chosen for its modern amenities, superior security and peaceful atmosphere, meaning residents can enjoy this central location but still return to a quiet haven-like home when life calls for it.