Royal Wedding Accommodation London
Following the announcement in October 2010 of the engagement between Prince William and Kate Middleton and naming of the big day, being the 29th April, all focus will be on London as people from all corners of the globe firm up travel arrangements to guarantee their place and participation in planned celebrations.
Demand for accommodation in London during the Easters holidays is high under normal circumstances but given the occasion, demand is set to be unprecedented with London Hotels filling quickly. If you haven’t already booked accommodation in London along the wedding route, its likely availability will be now limited. However there are still options available to people looking for Easter accommodation in London, one of the those options being serviced apartments.
Clarendon Serviced Apartments owns and manages a portfolio of accommodation in London and across the South West, ideal for individuals and families travelling to London to see the Royal Wedding and for the Easter holidays.
London like most world cities is not cheap, especially for families faced with the cost of dining out. However by staying in a Clarendon London serviced apartment guests can take advantage of the fully equipped kitchens and prepare sumptuous meals avoiding restaurant prices. What’s more Clarendon offers a choice of serviced apartments in London, from 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms; providing an ideal base for visiting families with young children, couples and friends wishing to share accommodation.
Clarendon’s serviced apartments in Kew and Richmond are perfectly placed for travelling into London. Both are on the District Line and provide a direct service to Westminster taking just 32 minutes. There are plenty of local attractions including Kew Botanical Gardens and Richmond Park close to the apartments providing alternative days out and well earned break from the hustle and bustle of central London.
Clarendon’s serviced apartments in the City and Canary Wharf are centrally placed for travelling to Westminster Abbey where the Royal wedding will take place. The journey time from Tower Hill to Westminster tube is 11 minutes and from Canary Wharf 13 minutes.
So, if you are planning to travel to London for the Royal Wedding or are looking for self catering accommodation in London at Easter and would like to discuss the options available then why not try Clarendon serviced apartments?