Where to stay in Central London
Central London attractions
The centre of the city plays host to some of the most infamous London landmarks and tourist destinations in the capital. If you’re visiting London, you simply can’t miss it.
Famous for the ebb and flow of population from day to night, Central London encompasses both the financial and business heart of the capital as well as some of the most well-known tourist hotspots. From London museums and landmark buildings to priceless entertainment - a trip to Central London has certainly got something to please all tastes, budgets and ages! So make sure that you book your London serviced apartment with SACO and you’ll be well positioned for everything you want to see and do.
Restaurants in Central London
The perfect place for foodies to let loose and enjoy a culinary treat, Central London has it all! Choose from the slickest celebrity restaurants such as Gordon Ramsey’s Bread Street Kitchen, Marco Pierre White’s Steak & Alehouse and Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa. If you enjoy your food at altitude coupled with an incredible view then we suggest you head over to Duck & Waffle, located on the 40th floor of Heron Tower this breath-taking restaurant serves jaw-dropping food and even better, is open 24 hours making it perfect for a late-night treat.
Shopping centres in Central London
If you’re in Central London for a spot of shopping, you’re in for a treat! For the designer-label lovers we recommend a trip to The Royal Exchange shopping Centre where you’ll find more than 30 luxury designer stores all under one nicely packaged roof, or try out One New Change shopping centre which is home to 60 high end boutique stores.
If you’re watching the pennies but still looking to pick up a treat from the capital then try out Old Spitalfields Market, it has a huge selection of stalls and shops selling vintage and unique goodies. The atmosphere is also great and there are plenty of cafes and restaurants around if you’re looking for a pick-me-up!
Transport in Central London
With a multitude of underground stations dotted all over Central London, getting around couldn’t be easier. The main station for the centre is Liverpool Street which connects four main lines as well as National Rail services. But if you prefer to stay above ground you’ll find most big attractions are actually well within walking distance or just a short hop on a classic red London bus.
Things to watch out for
Central London often caters for the city slickers of Monday to Friday – so be warned, you might find some cafes and pubs closed at the weekends.
Being one of the biggest financial hubs in the world, central London is home to some of the most well-known insurance and banking companies in the world. You’ll also find institutions such as the London Stock Exchange, the Bank of England and Lloyd’s of London – to name a few! So if you’re in London on business, SACO The Serviced Apartment Company have access to long and short stay serviced apartments all over central London - stay in the most convenient location for you.
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