Friday, 10 November 2017

The Best Places in London to Go Shopping with Children


Many people find it difficult to have children with them when they go shopping. Kids are likely to find the exercise boring and may whine about the ordeal.
When you go shopping in London, it is a good idea to include in your itinerary some shops which children are likely to find fun and interesting. Many of these shops are a short train or bus ride from most of the serviced apartments Covent Garden.

Hamleys Toy Store
Many tourists refer to Hamleys as one of the greatest toy shops they have ever been to. You can find the toy shop on Regent Street. It has 7 floors filled with amazing games and toys. Your children will be thrilled no end exploring all seven floors.
Hamleys maintains a magical ambiance. Many of the shop assistants are garbed in costumes to add entertainment value. There are toy demonstrations so you can try out the toys before deciding which ones to get for your kids.

Green Baby
If you want eco-friendly stuff for babies and kids, make sure to drop by Green Baby. The shop is the leading store for fair trade, organic, environment-friendly, and natural products. They have a wide selection of accessories, cotton clothing, and underwear for the young ones.

Mystical Fairies
If you have little girls, they will be fascinated by what this shop has to offer. Mystical Fairies has a grand selection of princess and fairy costumes, and accessories like tiaras, wands, and wings.
Your boys will like the shop as well. There are many costumes and accessories for wizards and pirates.

Oh Baby London
You will find this hip store in Brick Lane over at the city’s East End. Hannah McHalick started the shop to provide children’s wear of the irreverent, bold, cool, and eccentric variety. If you prefer cute, unusual, and cool to pretty and pastel, you will be pleased with your finds at Oh Baby London.


Forbidden Planet

If your children are into cult entertainment, fantasy, or science fiction, make sure to take them to Forbidden Planet. The store has the largest collection of the latest graphic novels and comics in the entire United Kingdom. They also have toys, action figures, DVDs, books, and other merchandise that you see on television and movies.

Niketown
If your kids are into sports, do not fail to bring them over to Niketown. Located on Oxford Street, this popular sports store is the go-to for sports-related merchandise.

All these kid-friendly shops are accessible from any of the serviced apartments Central London.

Exploring Sherlock Holmes Museum in London


Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, one of Britain’s most popular authors, created Sherlock Holmes, a fictional “consulting detective” recognized for his incredible proficiency in forensic science, observation, deduction, and logical reasoning. The gifted investigator uses these amazing skills to investigate cases for Scotland Yard and other clients. Dr. Watson, Holmes’ biographer and friend, narrates Holmes’ investigations. 

According to the stories, Holmes lives at 221b Baker St. in London.
The stories are so popular that many people see Holmes as a British cultural icon. Holmes’ character is said to have had a profound influence in popular culture and mystery writing.

Sherlock Holmes made his first appearance in print in 1887. Today, stories about him continue to be adapted into radio and stage plays, movies, films made for television, and video games.

The Sherlock Holmes Museum now stands at 221b Baker Street – a museum dedicated to portraying how the famous detective lived during his time. The interior of the building is maintained to reflect what you read in Conan Doyle’s stories.

The house is considered to be of particular historical and architectural interest. It has been renovated to look like a Victorian home. The exterior includes many interesting details of the Victorian era. It has mosaic floor tiles of black and white, black iron railings, and bay windows featuring net curtains.

The Sherlock Holmes Museum is a short 5-minute walk from the Baker Street Station. It is quite accessible from any of the holiday apartments London.
The museum is usually filled with tourists. The ground floor serves as a shop where you can buy novelty teapots, pipes, deerstalker hats, jewelry, magnifying glasses, and many other items featured in the stories. It also carries books and films about Sherlock Holmes. To maintain the Victoria-era theme, museum assistants are dressed in clothes representing the era.

Holmes’ study is located on the 1st floor overlooking Baker Street. Sherlock Holmes’ armchair sits by the fireplace. Tourists are allowed to sit on the famous chair for photo opportunities. You will also find the detective’s bedroom on this floor.

You will find Dr. Watson’s bedroom on the 2nd floor. You will even see the dear doctor writing on his diary! The duo’s landlady, Mrs. Hudson, also has her room in this area.

Go up to the 3rd floor and you will find waxwork statues of Professor Moriarty and other main characters in the stories.

The Sherlock Holmes Museum was actually a lodging house during Holmes’ time. Nobody knows who actually lived in the house during that particular period. The museum’s curators, however, have done such an excellent job of fixing up the place that you somehow believe that the characters actually lived there.


London is a very interesting place to visit. You can stay in Presidential Apartments Marylebone to make your visit more pleasant and convenient.

Monday, 23 October 2017

Interesting Ways to Enjoy a Sunday in London


There are many interesting things to do in London – even on a Sunday. You can spend your time in serviced apartments Covent Garden or opt to go out and savour London’s remarkable attractions.

What are some of the exciting things you can do in the city on a Sunday?

·         Visit Westminster Abbey.
You can find the impressive Westminster Abbey right at the center of the city. It is a dazzling Gothic church that is steeped in history. All the English monarchs from William the Conqueror’s time have been crowned in this majestic church.
The church is celebrated for its beautiful and breath-taking paintings, statues, murals and stain glass windows.

·         Stroll through the markets.
Many of the city’s fascinating markets remain open even on Sundays. You can visit the Old Spitalfields Market, the city’s oldest market, and soak in the Ye Olde vibe of the 300-year old market.
Camden Market is another charming market found in North London. The market is well-received for its funky and edgy merchandise. If you want to visit a market that is patently different from most, make it a point to go to Camden Market.

·         Watch a film at the Rooftop Cinema Club.
You can have a relaxing Sunday by taking in a classic film in this rooftop cinema. The cinema is well known for showing timeless classics, as well as new movie releases. Londoners often flock to this cinema, especially during summer.

·         Go shopping.
Choose a Sunday to go on a grand shopping spree. Central London is filled with retail shops guaranteed to help you go on a glorious and fruitful shopping binge.
Oxford Circus, with more than 150 retail outlets to its name, is considered one of Europe’s busiest shopping havens.
If you want something more edgy, you can simply hop across to Carnaby Street around the corner. The place was one of the vanguards of the British counterculture movement in the 60s. Living up to its reputation as a hip place, Carnaby Street remains a hub for subversive music and radical fashion.
If you want to experience shopping in a cutting-edge mega mall, you should visit Westfields. The mall is gigantic with more than 300 bars, boutiques, and restaurants.

·         Go on a picnic at Greenwich Park.
If you want to do something more relaxing and laid-back, you can stroll over from one of the serviced apartments Central London to Greenwich Park. The park gives you a breath-taking view of the city from across the river. You can simply immerse yourself in the natural uplifting beauty of the green reserve or choose a spot under a cool shady tree and relax with your favourite book.

London is a bustling city. You will not run out of things to do – even on a Sunday.

Attractions at Trafalgar Square


A large majority of London tourists make it a point to include Trafalgar Square in their itinerary. Put up in 1806, the square stands as a constant reminder and celebration of Admiral Horatio Nelson’s victory over Napoleon’s army during the Battle of Trafalgar.
Guests at holiday apartments London always drop by the square to enjoy its attractions.
What can you expect to do or see at Trafalgar Square?
Nelson’s Column
Nelson’s Column is one of the foremost attractions of Trafalgar Square. The monument stands at 185 feet to replicate the exact height of HMS Victory’s main mast. HMS Victory was Sir Nelson’s flagship during the famous battle.
Bronze relief casts of cannons and beautiful fountains surround the column to commemorate Sir Nelson’s triumphs at Trafalgar, the Nile, Cape St. Vincent, and Copenhagen.
You will also find other imposing statues in the square including those of General Gordon, Henry Havelock, Charles Napier, and George IV.
St. Martin-in-the-Fields
St. Martin-in-the-Fields is the church of the Admiralty. It also serves as the royal parish church.
St. Martin-in-the-Fields has beautiful elements of Georgian architecture. Corinthian columns support an elliptical ceiling. The building features a Corinthian portico, as well as a steeple that stands a stunning 185 feet in height.
The Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, the church’s orchestra, as well as Sir Neville Marriner, its renowned conductor, are known to music-lovers all over the world. The orchestra holds noontime concerts and evening performances for music enthusiasts.
Royal Celebrations
Trafalgar Square is a popular venue for royal celebrations and festive events. It is not surprising that the square is always bustling with tourists visiting from all over the world.
During the London Olympics in 2012, the Trafalgar Square served as the centre for many of London’s revelry. Special occasions like St. Patrick’s Day, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and Chinese New Year, among others are celebrated with much festivity and pomp in the square.
Interesting Places Nearby
You can find quite a number of interesting places to explore around the square. The half mile area around the square, which stretches from Piccadilly Circus all the way to the Covent Garden Market, is fairly bursting with iconic landmarks, historic churches, theaters, eclectic market stalls, and stylish boutiques.
You will not have a difficult time going from place to place around Trafalgar Square. You can stay in one of the Presidential Apartments Marylebone and keep yourself busy for days at the square and its surrounding vicinity.


Tuesday, 10 October 2017

The Twisted Circus Halloween Festival 2017


The Twisted Circus Halloween Festival 2017 returns, Friday 27th October @ Building Six, o2 Arena. Party with thousands of likeminded freaks & indulge yourself in a night of @TwistedCircusUK horror.

Should you be brave enough to watch, the surprises are constant, from evil clowns lurking in the shadows to a Halloween visit from the Angel of Death. Our weird and wonderful circus acts will perform routinely to shape your evening to anything our imaginations can conceive.


In addition there are a lot of destinations to stop by while in the capital. Self Catering Apartments London is definitely a place to stay to explore the majority of the capital’s sites and destinations of great importance.

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Diwali Festival 2017 in Trafalgar Square


Join in the Diwali festival this year in Trafalgar Square, London to celebrate light and life. Thousands of people come together to celebrate the Hindu, Sikh and Jain festival of lights in London.
Diwali festival represents the victory of good over evil, and light over darkness.

Everyone is welcome to celebrate the festival in Trafalgar Square. Entry is absolutely free.  The function includes music and dance stage performances, family-friendly craft activities, yoga, henna art, and delicious food from India and beyond.


So, if you are coming to London and planning to stay for some time than an affordable Serviced Apartments Central London might be a great accommodation choice for you as it can ease off your travel heck to reach popular London’s sites and destinations. 

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Spending the Day at Covent Garden and Soho


Just when you thought you already know London’s best tourist spots by heart, comes uptwo places that are not yet on your radar: Soho and Covent Garden.

Over the past few years, Covent Garden in West End London has fully developed into a vibrant, world-class tourist destination that not too many people, especially non-locals, know of. It now offers an eclectic mix of shopping, entertainment, and good food, while retaining its historical and cultural character – just like the most of London.

Indeed, Covent Garden makes for an amusing destination as it boasts of more than ten theaters and over 60 bars and pubs. Moreover,with fantastic street performances being held daily alongthe marketarea, it is easy to see why this is the best place to goif you wish to be fully entertained.In fact, it is the sole district in London to begiven license for entertainers and street performers. 

Soho, on the other hand, has had a more notorious history – that of being a base for sex industry during the 20th century. It has since then evolved into a small but charming residential and commercial district, yet remained to be popular as it didn’t lose all the energetic, gay atmosphere and epic nightlife that it had been known for.

A Whole Day's Worth: Places to Visit

Start your day at the traffic-free Covent Garden Piazza Squarewhere you can enjoy awesome free entertainment from the street performers who’ll surely get you in the mood for more wandering later on. Then, after getting you all hyped, head on to the Covent Garden Market for some good food or to grab some snacks.

Next, make sure to visit Royal Opera House as it is one of the most popular places in the area. If you’re going to watch a show, however, you’ll need to book in advance).

The other famous attractions in the area are the London Transport Museum which showcases the evolution of London’s transportation system in the past few centuries, and Ripley’s Believe It or Not with its collection of the strangest, weirdest, and most wonderful. Make sure tocheck out these places as well.

Feeling hungry from all the strolling?

Covent Garden has a wide variety of restaurants and cafés to offer, but the ones that you should visit first include Punch & Judy, Polpo (Italian cuisine), Maxwell’s Bar and Grill (since 1980’s), Peyton and Byrne (British bakery), Oystermen, and Caffé Nero.

Still, there is a lot more to explore in this foodie’s paradise of West End London!

After a hearty meal at Covent Square, feel free to spend the rest of the afternoon until the night time at Soho where you’ll get to experience its legendary nightlife – one that is filled with fun, music, dining, and festivities.

Finally, end your day perfectly by getting yourself a reservation at one of the serviced apartments Covent Garden. This type of accommodation (aparthotel) in London is increasing in popularity due to its advantages over an actual hotel.

Not only is it more affordable, it’ll also give you the feeling that you are at home or in your own apartment – sans the hassle of maintenance. Serviced apartments Central London, for example, have a crew and maintenance team who’ll take care of your place’s upkeep (cleaning, repairs, etc.) and who’ll look after the place to make sure that it’s safe, secure, and comfortable for you. Now that’s true value for your travel money.


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Marylebone, London as the Perfect Holiday Destination


Christmas is just around the corner, and many people are starting to plan their holiday getaway. Indeed, it isn’t too early to prepare for this time of the year, especially if your vacation destination is to one of the world’s loveliest cities – London.

London is brimming with tourist spots that also reflect its rich heritage and culture, and with innumerable must-see places in it, you might have to narrow down your choices to only a few.

Where to go in this vibrant city, then?

Marylebone – a Story in Itself

Marylebone, pronounced as Marly-bone, is an inner-city region of Central London known for its attractive buildings that used to be inhabited by famous personalities like Charles Dickens, Jimi Hendrix, and The Beatles. Its beautiful townhouses reflected the Georgian and Edwardian eras and architecture.

Certainly quieter than shoppers’ favorite and always bustling Oxford Street, and classier than the classic film setting of Notting Hill, Marylebone exudes an enigmatic charm of its own. Stroll casually along its elegant streets, or shop to your heart's content in its array of cool and unique stores. Wine and dine in some of the place's luxurious restaurants, and get to stay at the best holiday apartments London, England. Yes, you can do all these in one of Central London's nattiest neighborhoods.

Marylebone's Highlights

Among the must-see places in Marylebone are the Wallace Collection of French furniture and paintings and 221B Baker Street - the latter actually being the address of Conan Doyle's fictional sleuth or, more commonly, the Sherlock Holmes Museum.

Madame Tussauds, a popular London wax museum that houses prominent figures in history and from the present time, is also something that you wouldn't want to miss during your Marylebone trip. Here, you can rub elbows with Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, and yes, even with The Queen herself.

Aside from the above tourist attractions, Marylebone has also some of the most unique and independent stores. Button Queen, The Collaborative Store, Gallery 1930, and the well-loved bookshop, Daunt Books, are among the people's favorites.

Marylebone - Living the Life

Are you hungry from walking around all day? Marylebone offers the most sumptuous food at the finest restaurants, too. Have your dinner at Italian-inspired Briciole or from the renowned Chiltern Firehouse, and then get some dessert from Pierre Marcolini to give your gastronomic encounter a heavenly conclusion.

Finally, after a whole day of walking and shopping (or window-shopping) and dining and what have you, it's time settle down. Spend the rest of the night in a chic aparthotel - an apartment that is run like a hotel but with furnishings like that in your home and which is more affordable with better amenities. One such example is the Presidential Apartments Marylebone at the very heart of Central London.


This coming holiday season, visit Marylebone in London, England, and experience living the high life in one of the city's most attractive destinations.

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

The Luna Cinema




Enjoying a movie under the stars should be on every family bucket list in London.

Bring in your blanket and relax on the beautiful grounds at different gorgeous locations of London such as Brockwell Lido, Kew Gardens and Alexandra Palace starting from 17 Aug 2017 until 24 Sep 2017.

Come and join in Luna Cinema  to enjoy classic Films under the Stars. From classic romantics through to hilarious comedy, the company will be screening a huge line-up of films.

For visitors travelling to London, it is recommendable to book an affordable Serviced Apartments Central London to ease of travel heck. Enjoy summer entertainment under the stars with your family and friends. 

Popular London Places for Crazy Golf

Crazy golf is no longer considered just the seaside pastime it used to be. If you live in one of the Serviced Apartments Covent Garden, you will find it quite easy to find a joint nearby to play crazy golf in. You can even bring your kids with you to enjoy several rounds of the game.
  • Jurassic Encounter Adventure Golf
The course features 18 prehistoric holes. Giant dinosaurs flank the holes. Waterfalls and caves complete the Jurassic feel of the place.
You can play golf every day. If you fancy playing a few rounds at night, you will be glad to note that the golf course stays open until 9 o’clock at night.
  • Moby Golf
This golf course takes inspiration from the famous whale allegedly washed up in 1790 at Dagenham. It is not surprising to find that water figures quite a bit in the course. The highlight remains trying to putt your golf ball right through the 9-foot mouth of a full-scale sperm whale at the finish.
  • Mr. Mulligan's Dino Golf
Adventure golf was introduced in London by featuring giant dinosaurs in the Lost Island Encounter golf course. Mr. Mulligan’s Dino continues the theme with an enormous 36-hole adventure with the prehistoric animal.
  • Dragon Quest Adventure Golf
In this crazy golf course, you go through 18 holes and past a collection of gold, fire-breathing dragons. You also have to go past a lot of water forms the color of lurid blue.
  • Dinosaur Escape
This golf course features 18 holes, and huge life-size prehistoric dinosaurs, to boot. There is also a lot of water around the course – this time, in a scary shade of red.
  • Dinosaur Escape Adventure Golf
The course is designed for the entire family, including young golfers. It is a 9-hole course that features a nautical theme. The family will have a fun time avoiding bunkers and a lot of water.
  • Putt in the Park
This is the tamed edition of the other themed crazy golf courses. You will find no dinosaur or whale in this course – just plain, old, crazy golf. Whether you are a neophyte or a show-off expert in crazy golf, you will find a course that is suited for your level of skills. You can play at Acton Park, Battersea Park, or Wandsworth Park. All three locations feature beautiful landscapes and charming cafes.

With the many options for crazy golf courses near Serviced Apartments Central London, you will not find it hard to look for a course with a theme that will challenge both your imagination and your golf skills.

Enjoying London Cinema without Spending Too Much

Going to a cinema in London can be quite expensive. You can always opt for off-peak tickets if you can get everyone off work or school at 2:30 in the afternoon of a Tuesday. Otherwise, especially with hot dogs, soda, ice cream, and popcorn, a cinema date does not come cheap. A visit to the cinema can cost you about £20.
Fortunately, there is a way to enjoy cinema for less than £7 per film. The following guide gives you the heads up on what places to visit for cheap – or even free – cinema viewing. You can just head off from your Presidential Serviced Apartments Marylebone and enjoy a good movie in any of these venues.
·         Barbican Cinema
Barbican offers an interesting mix of movies, including British drama, foreign language films, and films of varied genres. You get to enjoy the films on discount the entire day of Monday.
·         Shortwave Cinema
This cinema is known for its eclectic offerings. It combines modern releases with art house and film festival jewels. It is also popular for events hosting, as well as for its homey café and bar. You can get discounted tickets for Monday viewing.
·         Picturehouse
Every Monday, you can enjoy movies at participating London branches of Picturehouse at discounted rates. Check out their branches in Brixton’s Ritzy, Gate at Notting Hill, East Dulwich, Hackney, and Greenwich.
·         Prince Charles Cinema
This well-loved cinema on Leicester Square is known for its incredible offer to members. For £10 annual membership fee, you get to enjoy screenings for as low £1.
·         Rio Cinema
This cinema palace is the oldest cinema in London. It has been operating as a single screen community cinema for close to 40 years now. You get to enjoy a mix of mainstream movies and arthouse in a vintage 1930s building. Monday screenings are at discounted rates.
·         Phoenix Cinema
The Phoenix Cinema in North London runs a kid’s club every Saturday. Kids enjoy a free activity workshop before heading off to the movies. For only £3 per seat, it is quite a deal. The latest screenings include Gnomeo and Juliet, The Muppets, and The Iron Giant.
·         BFI Southbank
People flock to this cinema for Hollywood classics, children’s films, and obscure cinema gems. Tickets tend to sell out fast so you better pre-book seats. The cinema is also known for running seasons based on theme or director. Its Shakespeare on Film program was a major box office hit.
·         The Cat’s Back
People flock to The Cat’s Back for its great ale selection, as well as for its wide range of delicious food. This cozy pub found between Putney and Wandsworth, however, makes Thursday and Sunday quite special with its free screening of films. Dead Man’s Shoes and This is England were among its most recent offerings.

You have many great options for watching movies without spending too much money. These venues are accessible from any of the Holiday Apartments in London.

Friday, 21 July 2017

Celebrate Moments with Holiday Apartments in London

May it be for summer, Christmas, or any holidays, London is the best place to be. Everyone will definitely have the best holiday of his/her life as the place is full of wonderful things to see, and discover. But first things first, find a place to stay that will kick-off the whole experience. There are numerous Holiday Apartments in London, but only a few stands out. No one wants to commemorate his holiday with an unsatisfying picture of the place he stayed at. Make it as unforgettable as possible.
There are a lot of factors to be considered when looking for a superb accommodation. The list may go on, but for a small or a big family, the quality of the place is as good as it gets. Many would opt for bigger, spacious apartment. Holiday Apartments in London have different sizes and it will boil down to your preferred number of the bedroom. Next comes amenities. A group or family needs more services, therefore, the many facilities, the better. It should cover everyone’s needs from Air-condition, entertainment system, wi-fi, well-equipped kitchen to the washer with dryer. Everything!
Holiday Apartments in London are usually with self-catered accommodation. This means if you are with a group or family, chances are you wanted to prepare your own meals to lessen the cost and ensure dietary restrictions are met. This is a good thing for families whose tradition include good home-cooking for the holiday.
Many apartments in London also cater to your one-of-a-lifetime experience need. You can try urban lifestyle, nightlife in pubs and bars, or sight-seeing over historic spots. Through Holiday Apartments in London, you can prefer to be near the beach, or near the Canary Wharf View, or the simple serene green nature. While those are for adults, the city boasts various recreational activities to try for kids and kids-at-heart. There are tons of stuff to do may it be for indoor or outdoor. The young ones can enjoy their day going on a trip to a city farm, swimming pool, planetarium, theater, parks, or museum. You name it, it literally got everything to offer.

Accommodation options can be cheap to luxurious, but nothing beats quality living at an affordable rate. Various activities and sights are there just waiting for you to explore. Aparthotels London can make every season memorable. Whether you are up for a loud party or fun child games, or you just want it to be peaceful & calm, away from the city bustle, it is all in your hands to make the best holiday there is.

Living the Life at Presidential Apartments Marylebone

Whether you are in a business or a pleasure trip, it is always comforting to find an immaculate place to stay without the need to pay more. This might be the idea that drove service apartments to exist and is continuously being patronized all over London and other countries. A well-furnished place like the Presidential Apartments Marylebone is your home away from home regardless if you are on a short or a long-term stay. Many tourists are opting for this type of accommodation as it is very cost effective. It can provide you hotel-like amenities without the need to pay more.
Presidential Apartments Marylebone is situated in Central London. Being the premium location, it is near to many tourist destinations like Madame Tussauds, Buckingham Palace, Sherlock Holmes Museum, and more. Aside from running elbows with the locals, you can explore the culture through different go-to places like London’s West End, or shop to your heart’s content through Oxford Street. Even though Presidential Apartments Marylebone is walking distance to many spots, it is accessible to transportation if you are commuting around.
The community boasts its superb, village-feel like as you enjoy different independent shops around. It has abundant restaurants that can satisfy both your palate and pocket. Despite the modern feel, Marylebone has a lot of garden squares and park open for public, perfect for the family.
Your experience will not be complete if you won’t live the London way. And what better way to do that than to stay at Presidential Marylebone Mayfair and be mesmerized with its modern interior decoration the Britain way. Apartments are filled with carefully selected colors and furniture to achieve its spacious and feel-good ambiance. Even without so, service apartments are usually 30% more spacious than standard hotel rooms. Presidential Apartments Marylebone also takes pride in its state-of-the-art facility. It comes with the entertainment package for those days you wanted to just stay at home. The apartment includes wi-fi, kitchen equipment, and even washing machine. This is basically all-you-need service in one location. Concierge is also available for your needs all throughout your stay. What more can you ask for?

With just one click away, you can book your accommodation online at Serviced Apartments Central London and surely, you will get your money’s worth.

Isn’t it amazing to be able to “live” in your place rather than just sleep on it? While hotels expect you to pay more, why not pay less while experiencing more? With serviced apartment, you home is not too far. This home allows you to do what you want whenever you want it. Presidential Apartments Marylebone made it possible, and it is time for you to get the experience.

Friday, 30 June 2017

HARD ROCK CAFE LONDON

Hard Rock café in Mayfair, London provides an authentic dining and world class entertainment. The food here is loved by both locals and tourists.
So, if you are looking for food, entertainment, and culture under one roof, then you must visit Hard Rock Café. For visitors staying in Serviced Apartments Mayfair they will be at luck as the place is very close by.  
Presidential Marylebone Mayfair provides an affordable serviced apartment. Each apartment comes equipped with LCD TV, Free high speed internet, DVD Player, and fully equipped kitchen (includes fridge, microwave, hob, oven, washer/dryer) to make the convenient and comfortable stay for guest.

Have a wonder dining experience along with the pleasant stay in London!

Thursday, 15 June 2017

London’s most visited parties

London is for romance, art and culture. It is the home of great historic men. Everyone wants to be in London. With more open flights from different countries to London, there are also more opportunities and a lot of buzz is coming from London’s nightlife.

These are London’s most visited parties:

Ministry of Sound
Known to be London’s Number One night club, Ministry of Sound has evolved from housing global dances and house music since 1991 to managing its own Record Labels and Artists as of today. If you are a tourist aiming to have this historic nightclub outside your doorstep, book bed and breakfasts or hotels in Covent Garden London. You may check-out The Regency House Hotel Gower Street London.

Koko
Not too far from beautiful Presidential Marylebone Mayfair is the Koko Club in Camden is famous for its royal architecture. With a capacity of housing 1,500 partygoers, Koko is Camden’s royal treasure. If you fancy some contemporary music scene, then Koko is the nightclub for you. Added bonus for partygoers who enjoy the theatrical vibes, Koko is rerouting its music roots once a week to showcase some acts from different music genres.

The Roxy
If you need some prepping before going into a night club, The Roxy is known for its 1920’s speakeasy vibe. You can grab a few drinks at the bar or just hangout the entire night at The Roxy for some booze and talks. This club offers a variety of beers perfect for partygoers who enjoy the more subtle nightlife.

The Social
The Social at Fitzrovia is a students’ favourite place to catch up outside the university. Aside from its fancy decor, they offer an internet cafe with free Wifi on the second floor for students who also need to balance life and school.

If you are the partygoer or you wish to travel and see London parties, then check out these clubs famous for their own crowd and mood. For travellers, these night clubs have nearby ApartHotel. Serviced Apartments Covent Garden is worthy to check in at.

All apartments have en-suite with Freewifi, plasma screen TV’s, and selected sky channels. The place is surrounded by great facilities such as a renowned medical hospital at Harley Street, open garden spaced at the Regent’s Park, best restaurants, the famous Madame Tussauds and Planetarium museum, nightlife at Covent Garden and Soho, shopping areas at oxford, regent and baker street, and for music lovers the historical stage of Wigmore Hall. Come now and visit the London’s way.


The Student Budget: Living in London


Crossing over from high school to college is the most monumental event in a student’s life. It is the the end of prelude and the beginning of chapter one. A student is no longer learning from the four corners of a classroom, but also becoming a student of life. He/she now begins to trust his own judgment and makes his own call. Some easily learn the ways, but some freshers still need the map. That is perfectly normal and fine. Below is a fresher’s starter kit in knowing how to work around the student’s budget in London:

The food
A good student always allots his funds first to his/her consumption. This is because a healthy student produces good grades and a better stamina for the exam week. Choices from buying your own groceries and making a meal from raw ingredients to finding and maintaining your “budget restaurant” should be initially considered. Tesco and Sainsbury’s are two of the biggest chain of supermarket in London. It is believed that every £1 from every £10 spent in London is spent in Tesco while ‘Sainsbury’s Range’ houses cheaper than usual branded products. For those who choose to eat at a restaurant, most recommended student budget meal can be found at Baiwei in Chinatown, Bi Bim Bap in Soho, or City Caphe in Mansion House. Most university student’s suggest that freshers take a walk at Chinatown for more choices.

The transportation
Choices of transportation in Central London include buses, trains, undertown tube transport services and taxi cabs. London has also good roads for those who choose to ride a bike to school. The choices are yours. A single bus fare costs £1.50 for adults. Payment for bus fare is done by using a Visitor Oyster card, an Oyster card, a Travelcard or with a contactless payment card.These mode of payment could also be used if you choose to ride on a Tube, DLR, London Overground, Tfl Rail and most National Rail services.

The accommodation
Apartments are the most sought choice in choosing your accommodation. Because of some students prefer to have roommates, they choose an apartment with bigger space and more facilities even when they cost more. But for some, they can also choose to live alone in their apartment to study better and focus more. Presidential Apartments Marylebone is a service apartment good for 2-4 people and with a fully equipped Kitchen that has ovens, microwaves, fridge freezers, andwasher dryers. Presidential Marylebone Serviced Apartments are located in the very heart of Central London with easy access to the airport, train stations, bus and underground tube transport services. They also have available Holiday Apartments in London.

The miscellaneous

Of course student’s also need to relax and destress from all school works. This may be mandatory for some in their budgets, and that is perfectly fine. Just make sure to be responsible about the way you spend your allocation in this department.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

The unexpected charms of Soho and Covent Garden

Soho is only a 20-minute walk or 15-minute tube journey from Presidential Marylebone Mayfair. Way back, in the mid-19th century, it is known for its disreputable nature, the streets are filled with music halls, prostitutes, and theatre. Nowadays, it is still the heart of London’s gay and lesbian scene.
However, the Covent Garden has a less salacious history as compared to Soho. Covent Garden is mostly known for its fruit and vegetable market that stood from 1600s up until 1974. Today, the beautiful square is more on shopping, eating, and famous street performers.
Spend cash? Window shopping? Covent Gardens and Soho are the best places to fit your shopping experience.Book your stay at Serviced Apartments Central London just few minutes travel to Soho. Soho’s main shopping area includes Camaby Street, where it is known for old retro style boutique shopping.  It is a walking distance from Regent Street and is home to different shops including: Hamley – London’s oldest toy shop; Liberty – for beauty, fashion, accessories, homewares and antique furniture.
Covent Garden has a Market Piazza, which sells different goods, from fashion to furniture. It is a great place for tourists’ to find something unique. St. Martin’s Courtyard is also a place where tourists’ can enjoy open air shopping; it is a home to increasing number of international design brands and a great place for relaxing.
Central London also has to offer a variety of cultural sites including museums and galleries. One of which is the London Transport Museum located in Covent Garden, it explains London’s transportation system for the last 200 years. The Royal Academy of Arts where world-class exhibitions are found. Trafalgar Square – a home for famous Nelson’s Columns. These are only some of the well-known museums and galleries that London has.
Soho’s include Her Majesty’s Theatre and Soho’s Theatre which specialises theatre, comedy, and cabaret. Somerset House hosts a spectacular open air cinema for a great movie experience to remember. Leicester Square is a place to catch premiers and spot celebrity on red carpet. Covent Garden is a home to the world’s famous Royal Opera House which is one of the world’s leading opera companies; it is also home to Royal Ballets – Britain’s largest ballet company, it can easily visited from Serviced Apartments Mayfair.
Soho is a jam-packed full of bars and clubs. The famous venue for tourists’ nightlife experience includes Ronnie Scott – it is well-known for its jazz nights; Kettner Champagne Bar, and Hawksmoore 7 Dials for cocktails. Casinos are included for tourists’ entertainment. The most visited casinos are: The Hippodrome Casino, Casino at the Empire and G Casino.

Soho and Covent Garden are a very good place to visit because it’s like a one-stop-shop where all the amenities and attractions that tourists find in a place are just within a reach.