City

Serviced Apartments in City

Historically the City has always been the financial and business district of London. Meaning that most leisure guest will choose to stay elsewhere and venture in. However, The City has more than enough to offer for any visitor on business or leisure. With a wealth of bars, restaurants, and shops, the City offers everyone a lot of choices to get all of the retail therapy they need as well as a host of other amenities around the area.

The City combines the best of both worlds, from imposing skyscrapers that dominate the London Skyline to small independent shops and cafes along the streets. Guests can view the incredible Gherkin and The Walkie Talkie Building. The latter of which is home to the Sky Gardens which offer visitors the opportunity to look at the uninterrupted views over London from the 35th,36th and 37th floors of this great tower. Visitors can wander around the landscaped gardens at this height and then spoil themselves at the restaurant. For those exploring the area and wanting to embrace London’s cultural attractions and popular landmarks, the City offers a diverse range of attractions for everyone. St.Pauls Cathedral is positioned on the highest point within the district and is a magnificent Anglican Cathedral that offers visitors the opportunity to see the incredible building from the inside. A short walk from the cathedral sits the Museum of London.  A free-entry museum that stimulates the imagination of both children and adults alike. With constantly changing exhibitions this museum is sure not to disappoint and is a must for people wanting to know more about what London has to offer, both in the past and the present.

As well as this, Tower bridge, the Barbican Centre and Smithfield Market all fall within the City and are all within walking distance or a short ride on the tube away from the centre. The City is home to a number of train stations, tube stations, and bus links so getting around to other districts is quick and simple. For those wishing to venture beyond The City, The Tate Modern is situated just opposite on the river's edge and offers a fantastic day out for all the family with a range of modern art and installations for guests to enjoy. On the edge of The City lies the famous Tower of London and Tower Hill which borders the district and makes for a great adventure and sight-seeing opportunity.