serviced apartments in west london:
find the perfect long-term rental

welcome to west london

Renowned for its aristocratic history, perfectly manicured parks, and cultural quarter, west London offers visitors the best of the city. For business travellers, students, and long-term visitors, adopting this beautiful area of the capital as your home-from-home is the perfect foundation for an unforgettable long-term visit. Add into this the blend of convenience, comfort, and security offered by choosing a serviced apartment in west London, and you’ll have the perfect set-up.

why choose a serviced apartment in west london?

The best serviced apartments bring together the services of a luxury hotel with the comfort and flexibility of a discreet private residence. Opting for one of these serviced apartments, like at Hyde Park Residence, gives guests 24-hour concierge, housekeeping, and facilities that are tailored to individual needs. Staying in a serviced apartment is characterised by bespoke experiences and unrivalled personalisation, allowing you to enjoy London life without the hassle of long-term leases or utility bills.

The allure of serviced apartments lies in their ability to combine the luxuries of a high-end hotel with the comforts of a private residence.
Photo: Penguin Eggs

highlights of west london

Notting Hill

Notting Hill, famously portrayed in the 1999 romantic comedy “Notting Hill” featuring Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant, is a quintessentially diverse neighbourhood. Wander its quaint winding streets and discover charming Victorian townhouses, independent boutiques, and the famous Portobello Road Market, a treasure trove of antiques, design, and all things vintage. It’s a cultural hub that’s as trendy as it is timeless.

Kensington Museum district and more

For the richest cultural experience in London, Kensington is a district of museums, galleries, music venues, historic art schools and auction houses. The renowned V&A, Natural History Museum and Science Museum sit alongside each other, with the Royal Albert Hall just behind, home of “The Proms” and the world’s most impressive music concerts. If you’re interested in the next generation of creatives, keep your eyes out for any Royal College of Art and Royal College of Music events. Interested in discovering some lesser-known gems in London’s cultural crown? Don’t miss our art lover’s guide to Mayfair’s galleries and museums.

Royal Botanic Gardens

Escape the urban buzz and enjoy a tranquil day out in the idyllic Royal Botanic Gardens, known locally as simply “Kew Gardens”. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Kew Gardens’ glasshouses and landscaped gardens are home to plants from around the globe. Within its sprawling 300 acres, there are plenty of events and exhibitions to enjoy, including an immersive insight into the life of bees at the Hive installation, or a meander through the historic Palm House, which houses a rainforest climate and many spectacular tropical species.

Hampton Court Palace

Step into England’s Royal past at Hampton Court Palace, opulent home to one of England’s most famous Tudor Kings, Henry VIII, ​​who brought all his six wives here. Surrounded by gorgeous gardens and famous features such as the Maze, the Great Vine, and an historic art collection, there’s something here for every member of the family. You may even catch a glimpse of one of the resident ghosts as you explore its ancient corridors.

Little Venice

Rumoured to have been named by the enfant terrible of the Romantic era, poet Lord Byron, Little Venice offers a canal stroll along part of the Jubilee Greenway. Time has weathered the route, so for those looking for a grittier edge, you’ll find contrasting views of London along the way, with elegant white Victorian villas and immaculate lawns on the edge of Regents Park opposite graffitied bridges, concrete buildings and Camden townhouses. Narrowboats are moored along the way and boat rides are offered. If you need a break, there are plenty of cafes where you can watch the world go by.

Holland Park

A walk around Holland Park brings greenery, wildlife, and the elegance of Japanese-style Kyoto Garden, but beyond the gardens, this 54 acre oasis is full of surprises. In the remains of Jacobian mansion Holland House, originally known as Cope Castle, you’ll find open-air theatre and opera in the summer. In Leighton House Museum, you’ll be transported back to the home and studio of a Victorian artist, built in the style of an Italian palazzo, with a hidden tiled Arab Hall inside. And in the Design Museum, you’ll find the latest in contemporary design from around the world.

A quintessentially British pub in Notting Hill, a quintessentially diverse west London neighbourhood. Photo: Nicholas Doherty on Unsplash

London’s Natural History Museum. Photo: Joshua Rawson-Harris on Unsplash

west london's culinary delights

Though opting for a serviced apartment in west London means you’ll have access to a fully equipped kitchen, only eating in might feel a little puritanical when you’re living in a paradise for food enthusiasts. The area brims with dining options for every palate and preference. Whether you’re in the mood for a gourmet experience at a Michelin-star establishment or craving the homely atmosphere of a local bistro, west London offers it all. See our guide to the best restaurants in Mayfair (2023 edition) for more inspiration.

The Ledbury

A celebrated Michelin-star restaurant known for its innovative British cuisine in a smart, modern setting. It’s an ideal venue for those special occasions where only the finest dining will do. Find out more: 

The River Café

Nestled on the banks of the Thames in Hammersmith, this Michelin-starred Italian restaurant has been delighting diners with its exceptional seasonal dishes, made from the freshest ingredients, for decades. Find out more: 

Bluebird Chelsea

Housed in an Art Deco building on the King’s Road, Bluebird boasts a modern European cuisine in its restaurant, vibrant outdoor terrace, and chic cocktail bar. As a lifestyle choice, it exemplifies the lively spirit of west London dining.  Find out more: 

getting around west london

Navigating west London is a breeze with its extensive network of transportation options. The District, Circle, and Piccadilly lines provide comprehensive coverage, making stops at key locations including Notting Hill Gate, South Kensington, and Knightsbridge. For those preferring the scenic route, you’ll find many “double-decker” bus routes including the 9 and 27 that offer panoramic views of the area’s historic streets and architectural wonders from the top deck. Additionally, train services from Paddington and Kensington Olympia can whisk you away to further afield destinations outside the city. For the environmentally minded, dedicated cycling lanes and bike-share docking stations are scattered throughout, encouraging a green way to explore west London.

The District, Circle, and Piccadilly lines make getting around a breeze. Photo: Tomas Anton Escobar on Unsplash

The District, Circle, and Piccadilly lines make getting around a breeze. Photo: Tomas Anton Escobar on Unsplash

our apartments

Located at 55-60 Park Lane our serviced apartments in West London offer views across Hyde Park or our serene private courtyard. Each apartment’s bespoke interior design creates a unique character, with an option for guests to personalise their furnishings and spaces. With flexible, interconnecting living options, we’re well-suited to cater to individual preferences or group stays.

You’ll enjoy peace of mind with our 24-hour onsite security, and our experienced international team are on hand to help you settle in and make the most of the city. Our knowledge of the local Mayfair area and relationships with neighbourhood businesses encompassing fitness, wellness and entertainment, means you’ll be living like a local in no time.

Full housekeeping services ensure your space remains immaculate while you focus on what matters most to you – be it work, study, or simply sampling London life. Above all, we promise a home away from home. Forego any hassle and enjoy an effortless life lived in Mayfair.

Discover why our serviced apartments are the ideal choice for discerning long-term visitors to west London.

Each apartment's bespoke interior design creates a unique character, with an option for guests to personalise their furnishings and spaces. Photo: Penguin Eggs Photo
Each apartment's bespoke interior design creates a unique character, with an option for guests to personalise their furnishings and spaces. Photo: Penguin Eggs Photo

Each apartment’s bespoke interior design creates a unique character, with an option for guests to personalise their furnishings and spaces.
Photo: Penguin Eggs

Our serviced apartments in Mayfair offer a unique and unparalleled living experience in one of London’s most prestigious neighbourhoods. With our prime location, luxurious amenities, local knowledge and unique services tailored to our guests, the Hyde Park Residence apartments provide the perfect base for exploring the city or simply enjoying all that Mayfair has to offer.

Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, we can provide you with the ultimate living experience.

Find out more about elevating your stay in the heart of Mayfair.

Book your ideal west London serviced apartment today!