You work in the financial district
Canary Warf or Bishopsgate are your best bet, depending on where your office is located.
Bishopsgate is not only home to the Gherkin, it’s also London’s central business hub.
It benefits from excellent transport connections and a central location, great for business opportunities.
Whilst in the east end of London, Canary Wharf is the second largest business district in the UK and home to world renowned blue chip companies.
The district filled with modern sky-scrapers employs over 100,000 people and is perfect for those who want to live right by their office.
Soho is home to London’s creative and media industries, which helps it retain the bohemian, artistic vibe it is known for.
If you work in the creative industry, the odds are your office while be in the Soho area.
In your downtime, you will be surrounded by cobbled streets, vintage shops, hipster cafes and an abundance of tattoo parlors.
Clarendon Serviced apartments are spread across Soho overlooking both Chinatown or the West End, providing an exciting and vibrant place to live.
Fitzrovia is up and coming, with the wealth of Marylebone but the edge of Soho, this is arguably one of the most fun and exciting areas to live in London.
Once home to some of the best writers such as Virginia Woolf, it is now home to many advertising, media and PR companies, as well as the music and film industry.
Fitzrovia is bursting with personality and one of the trendiest places in London. The district is frequently described as an urban village for its mixture of bohemian side alleys and street art to glamorous shops and restaurants.
The area is surrounded by well-known streets including Tottenham Court Road and Goodge Street, Charlotte Street and is also served extremely well by public transport with 6 tube stations nearby and 5 mainline rail stations just a short walk away. It’s no wonder that Fitzrovia has one of the lowest rates of car ownership in the UK .
With the NightTube now successfully running in London on the weekends, this is a great area to enjoy a late night out.
Marylebone is a popular residential village, with beautiful architecture, great transport links and charming village shops.
The London village is just a stone’s throw away from zone 1, but remote enough that you won’t hear the hustle and bustle of people shopping, dining and drinking until the later horus of the night.
It’s the perfect area to get fresh local groceries for dinner, spending a snug Saturday afternoon at an independent café or having a picnic at Hyde Park.
You’re traveling with your family
Kew is amongst the most desired residential suburbs in London for its superb transport links and its beautiful village atmosphere.
Kew Garden station is on the boundary of Zones 3 and 4 and has access to the M3, M4 and M25.
Aside from being a few minutes away from Kew Garden station, our Clarendon Kew Serviced apartments are moments away from the picturesque kew village and close to some of London’s highest achieving schools. Making it a great location for relocating families.
You have a pet
Moving to London with your furry friend?
Then our Staines or Richmond serviced apartments are for you.
Both located in the suburbs of London, they are great alternatives to living in the center.
Both apartments are situated by large parks and the river Thames perfect for walking your dog, they are located in quiet residential areas and have a great transport links, taking you to London Waterloo in half an hour.
You’ve never been to London
Covent Garden is an ideal destination for those who seek to immerse themselves in the London lifestyle and benefit from the convenient Central location.
Clarendon Covent Garden serviced apartments benefit from being within walking distance to a number of London Underground Tube stations. Making commuting to work and exploring London easy.
Situated in the of heart of the Capital’s theatre district there is no shortage of restaurants, bars and entertainment, making Covent Garden perfect for a London newbie.