Friday, 30 June 2017


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.

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.