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Wimbledon

Serviced Apartments in Wimbledon

Famously known for the oldest tennis tournament in the world, Wimbledon is a historic suburb in the Southwest of London. Made up mostly of green space as part of Wimbledon Common and Wimbledon Park, this district is full of beautiful and relaxing walks around this suburb. Home to the world-famous tennis championships, Golf, and New Wimbledon Theatre, there is always something going on in this lively place. 

Wimbledon can also be a place for the perfect retail therapy, with shops lining the main high street in Wimbledon Village. Centre Court Shopping Centre is home to a range of high street shops and designers, catering to all ranges of budgets. Staying in this district also offers guests a range of sights to see and explore. Wat Buddapadipa is a “must see” and offers guests an opportunity to explore the first Thai Buddhist temple built in the UK, home to monks and nuns, visitors are able to discover the grounds and temple. For those visiting on the back of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, a sight worth seeing is The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, the largest tennis museum in the world. Open all year round except during the tennis tournaments when only tournament ticket holders can obtain entry. 

 After all the sight-seeing and shopping in the suburb, there are a wealth of diverse restaurants to choose from. From burgers to sushi there is something for every type of appetite. Wimbledon is easily accessible by tube using a number of stations dispersed throughout the suburb. Those wanting the Tennis courts are able to use Wimbledon Park, whereas guest interested in shopping can use the Wimbledon station.