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Ladbroke Grove

From £155 per night
2 min

These serviced apartments are situated in the Notting Hill district and within a short distance of Ladbroke Grove underground station, allowing easy access to London and surrounding areas. Ideally situated with close access to several restaurants, shops and pubs, Cambridge Gardens Serviced Apartments are more than suitable for corporate travellers. Each apartment provides a well equipped kitchen and the spacious living and dining area offer guests a comfortable place to relax.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Notting Hill

£Call for quote
2 min

Located in Notting Hill, Portobello Pad Serviced Apartment is just a one minute walk from Ladbroke Grove Station, allowing guests to travel to other London locations easily. The modern, fully-equipped kitchen allows guests to prepare and cook meals, alternatively restaurants and cafés can be found within walking distance. This spacious and light apartment provides guests with all the essential facilities to help create a perfect home from home environment for the duration of their stay.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Notting Hill

From £180 per night
2 min

Situated in Notting Hill and mere minutes from Ladbroke Grove underground station, these modern two bedroom, two bathroom apartments offer guests a popular location and homely accommodation to stay in whilst away on business. Guests can access the secure building via a camera phone-entry system whilst the kitchens feature high gloss cabinetry, complete with integrated appliances, and the living areas offer a space to relax.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Notting Hill

£Call for quote
3 min

In the heart of Notting Hill and only a few minutes’ walk from the famous street market, Portobello Market Serviced Apartments are a set of one bedroom apartments ideal for corporate visitors. Different layouts are available, including a duplex option, and have cooking facilities – either kitchenettes or fully equipped kitchens – to fit varying needs. Flat screen TVs and DVD players are provided for entertainment and transport options include the Ladbroke Grove tube– a three-minute walk.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Ladbroke Grove

From £154 per night
3 min

These contemporary and light apartments are located just a short walk from shops, restaurants, and Ladbroke Grove Underground station. Oxford Garden Serviced Apartments are all complemented with a modern, fully-equipped kitchen which is ideal for guests who want to prepare and cook meals. All guests are provided with comfortable and homely bedrooms, and stylish bathrooms. Selected apartments have the luxury of an outside area which is perfect for the summer months.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Ladbroke Grove

3 min

Guests staying here will find a modern and fully equipped kitchen, a spacious living room and four bright bedrooms. Lancaster Road offers a homely environment for guests to enjoy and unwind during their stay. With excellent transport links across the rest of London and in a superb central location, guests have every amenity on their doorstep.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Notting Hill

3 min

This is an individual two bedroom, two bathroom property in the Notting Hill area of London. Sumptuously decorated, it has a luxury feel and some great features, such as the beautiful dark wood flooring, the window seat in the lounge, or the free-standing bath in the master bedroom. The addition of an optional single sofa bed can allow the Charles Square Serviced Apartment to accommodate up to five guests coming to stay longer in this exclusive part of North London.

Min. Stay 3 nights

London

From £227 per night
4 min

This property has a lovely large living area, with an enormous bay window and a kitchen tucked away to one side. There is also a wall-mounted Smart TV located in the middle of a very funky feature wall. Notting Hill Nook Serviced Apartment boasts two bathrooms and has nicely-presented wooden floors throughout. Situated on one of the district’s pleasant green crescents, it’s a four-minute walk from the Ladbroke Grove Underground Station, which has Circle and Hammersmith & City line access.

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Notting Hill

4 min

Colourful, with a style all of its own, the five bedroom Portobello Road serviced accommodation is a property in the Notting Hill area of London. There is space for up to nine guests between four double rooms and a single, as well as an ample three bathrooms, one with a free-standing tub. Outside, there is a lovely decked area, an outdoor dining set, comfortable seating and plenty of potted plants. The Portobello Road location means access to shops and, of course, Portobello Road Market.

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Ladbroke Grove

4 min

In the Ladbroke Grove area of West London, situated on a leafy suburban street lined with gorgeous period properties, the Portobello Road Serviced Accommodation can deliver a flexible luxury accommodation option for up to five guests in two bedrooms. The main open plan living area benefits from large bay windows facing out onto the street and a gorgeous period fireplace, while the kitchen area keeps the room’s character, with appliances concealed behind wooden cupboard doors.

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Ladbroke Grove

6 min

Located within a gorgeous old mews house on a private gated street, guests will enjoy walking across the quaint cobbles to get into this two bedroom duplex. Inside, Notting Hill Serviced Apartment mixes a colourful brand of modernism with old wooden floors and stylish retro furniture. Up to five guests can stay in two double bedrooms, with the addition of a temporary bed, and benefit from the use of three bathrooms, as well as a fully fitted kitchen and much else besides.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Notting Hill

£Call for quote
6 min

Notting Hill Gardens Serviced Apartment offers a spacious three bedroom apartments perfectly located in the Notting Hill district of London. This apartment benefits from easy access to Notting Hill Gate train station which gives good links to London and the surrounding areas. This apartment features a fully equipped kitchen with all the modern appliances which is ideal for guests who want to prepare and cook meals. The bedrooms are comfortable and also include plenty of storage space.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Notting Hill

6 min

Atrium serviced accommodation is a truly special two bedroom property in the Notting Hill area of London, with plenty to recommend it. The kitchen, which is large with plenty of countertop space, leads out to a courtyard garden with a glass floor, which looks down onto a garden room accessed from the second bedroom. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with an incredible feel, very much like a spa, as well as a desk and a wardrobe and access from a wooden spiral staircase.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Notting Hill

6 min

Oxford Gardens is in the Notting Hill area of London, with the Latimer Road Underground Station providing the nearest tube access for the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines. This five bedroom property has a beautiful garden, a kitchen/diner and a living room with characterful furniture and a wall-mounted flat screen TV. A utility room includes a washing machine and tumble dryer , plus Oxford Gardens serviced accommodation even has a second living area with a projector and drinks fridge.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Notting Hill

From £277 per night
7 min

With a characterful loft-style living area, three bedrooms and two bathrooms, Lansdowne Crescent Serviced Apartment is a wonderful accommodation solution in the Notting Hill part of London. In the heart of the distinctive area of period townhouses around Ladbroke Grove, the property has the Holland Park, Notting Hill Gate and Ladbroke Grove tube stations all within an easy walk. Features include gorgeously finished bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and access to a communal garden.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Notting Hill

£Call for quote
7 min

Some of the real features of Sirdar Road House serviced accommodation are its open spaces, including good-sized bedrooms and a rear garden, but more specifically its incredible open plan kitchen/diner, which has an island unit and a 10-seat dining table and sofa under a glass roof. Eight guests can stay across four bedrooms and with three bathrooms, while one of the other superb features is a piano. This property is in Notting Hill, a five-minute walk from Latimer Road Underground Station.

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Notting Hill

£Call for quote
7 min

This sophisticated and modern-feeling two bedroom apartment is ideal for staying longer in London. Up to six guests can stay between two double beds and a sofa bed, and there are two bathrooms, one an en-suite shower room and the other with a tub. The Kensington Accommodation Serviced Apartment is located a short distance from the Westfield London Shopping Centre, and is also ideal for Shepherd’s Bush and the White City area, as well as Kensington and Notting Hill.

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Ladbroke Grove

£Call for quote
7 min

Wallingford Avenue V Serviced Apartment is in the Ladbroke Grove area of London, about a 10-minute walk from the underground station, and has accommodation for up to five guests in three bedrooms. This property is spread across three levels, with at least one bathroom on every level, and benefits from having a garden with a lawn and barbecue. Two of the bedrooms include dedicated workspace and there are two separate sitting areas. Lovely parquet flooring covers much of the entrance level.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Ladbroke Grove

From £140 per night
7 min

Portobello Road Serviced Apartments are located next to the popular Portobello Road Market and Notting Hill. These modern and contemporarily designed apartments provide guests with spacious open-plan living areas and fully fitted kitchens. Each apartment benefits from a private balcony and entertainment facilities including a flat screen TV, Wi-Fi internet and an iPod docking station. The nearest tube station is Ladbroke Grove which offers business travellers easy travel into the City.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Notting Hill

£Call for quote
8 min

With a stunning mix of period opulence and sleek modern living, Elgin Crescent VIII serviced accommodation makes a comprehensive choice for up to eight looking for a short stay in the Notting Hill area of London. The property is spread over four levels and has three bathrooms plus an en-suite for the master bedroom. There is also an office room and a good-sized outside space with plenty of furniture for relaxing. London Underground access is available at nearby Ladbroke Grove and Notting Hill Gate.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Ladbroke Grove

From £185 per night
8 min

The Portobello Road Serviced Apartments offer guests light and modern accommodation in the heart of the popular and trendy district of Notting Hill. The ultra-modern furnishings and appliances mean guests can feel at home, with under-floor heating, fully tiled bathrooms and spacious bedrooms featuring plenty of storage space. Each home comfort is provided to ensure guests can have a convenient and relaxing stay whilst away from home for short or long term trips.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Notting Hill

From £170 per night
8 min

Powis Square Serviced Apartment is a two bedroom property with a gorgeous open plan living space. It is laid out across three floors, the bedrooms coming with a king-size and a queen-size bed, while there is also a terrace with outdoor furniture that overlooks the nearby park. A superb location means about a four-minute walk to the popular shopping area of Portobello Road and under 10 minutes to the nearest tube access at Westbourne Park, which runs on the Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Ladbroke Grove

From £254 per night
8 min

In West London, close to the A40, White City and Ladbroke Grove, Oxford Gardens serviced accommodation provides superior quality four bedroom, four bathroom accommodation for those coming on business. The communal areas in this property have a stunning layout and combine beautiful period features like the cast iron fireplace with something much more modern in the kitchen and dining area at the rear, surrounding guests with glass through which natural light can flow and leading out to a neat garden.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Notting Hill

9 min

Denbigh Close House offers serviced accommodation situated right by Portobello Road where guests can easily access several markets, shops and restaurants. The house offers delightful and contemporary accommodation for guests who are looking to stay in London on a long term trip. This accommodation has been furnished to a high standard with wooden flooring throughout the ground floor and opens directly onto a spacious living room and a modern fully fitted kitchen with all the latest appliances.

Min. Stay 3 nights

London

From £285 per night
9 min

This lovely four bedroom terrace is in West London, nicely situated for a number of nearby locations like Hammersmith Hospital, Westfield White City and Portobello Road. The property is across three levels, with the bedrooms on the first and second floors. Two have king-size beds, then there is a double and a twin room. The lounge and dining area is a wonderful space, with a bay window at the front and an attractive fireplace, as well as dining space for eight and a Smart TV, too.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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About Ladbroke Grove

Overview

Ladbroke Grove is probably most well known as a major part of the route for London's famous Notting Hill Carnival. However, the West London ‘road’ should also be credited for its great connections to other parts of the city.


About Ladbroke Grove

Whilst many might have only heard about this part of London after the release of the song, ‘Ladbroke Grove’ by AJ Tracey, there are many other reasons as to why it should be recognised.

Although not actually a district of London in its own right, Ladbroke Grove – part of the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea – has so much of its own character that many people think of it as one, distinctive place. More then just a road, as it is geographically described, Ladbroke Grove should be deemed as the general area which surrounds the nearby Notting Hill and Kensal Green. The Ladbroke Grove road itself does, however, run southwards from North Kensington to Holland Park.

A large part of its fame also probably comes the fact that Ladbroke Grove is a part of the main route for the Notting Hill Carnival, London’s diverse and colourful street carnival held every summer. Millions of tourists attend the event every year, but business travellers have grown fond of Ladbroke Grove because of its great connections to the rest of London. Ladbroke Grove station sits on both the Hammersmith & City and Circle lines, meaning much of London is within touching distance, whilst the nearby Heathrow Airport (just 15 miles to the west) enables the opportunity to travel domestically and overseas relatively simply.

It is for these reasons that demand for Ladbroke Grove serviced apartments is heightening, mainly because they could offer an ideal solution for staying for longer periods in the capital.

BUSINESS CLIMATE & ECONOMY

A big reason why businesses look to relocate to Ladbroke Grove is due to its perfect location, easily accessible thanks to good transport connections. For instance, Central London is easy to visit from Ladbroke Grove station, with the District, Circle, Central and Hammersmith & City lines all accessible.

Across the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, of which Ladbroke Grove belongs, there are over 18,000 businesses who employ around 120,000 people. These function mainly in the sectors of; retail, hospitality, real estate, medical and business services. There is also a strong visitor economy at large, which is fuelled by a range of iconic events, some in Ladbroke Grove. Attractions such as the London Museum quarter draw a lot of attention too, bringing around £3 billion into the economy every year.

Ultimately, the potential for business success is on offer in this Borough, with its internal locations, such as Ladbroke Grove, boasting a strong visiting economy and already promising economic climate. Guests staying in bright and spacious Ladbroke Grove corporate accommodation can see first-hand how the area has the capacity to support all forms of business undertaking.

Most of the economic and business support that existing and start-up companies can receive comes from the Portobello Business Centre or Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council. Across both of these websites, users can source information on how they can receive funding, advice, information on networking and knowledge of business infrastructure, across the local area and the borough as a whole.

HISTORY

Although evidence dates the history of Ladbroke Grove back as far as 700AD, many consider the London area’s true origins as truly arriving during the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century. In fact, up to this point, Ladbroke Grove was mostly farmland. It was 1819 that the land was inherited by James Weller Ladbroke who was the main driving force in the development of what was such a vague area.

It was not long before Ladbroke Grove was completely developed. It had a new lease of life, engulfed by lovely stucco properties and pretty gardens, all intersected by a north-south street which is now known as Ladbroke Grove Road. Much of the area’s character remains to this day too,  despite some the buildings being destroyed throughout the World Wars.

One moment that does stick out in the history of the area is the Ladbroke Grove rail crash. Deemed as one of Britain's worst railway disasters, Ladbroke Grove continues to remember to this day the saddening events which took places in October 1999.

Those who choose to stay in spacious, open plan Ladbroke Grove furnished short lets will soon realise the rich history which is embedded across the town. One of the more popular historic sites and definitely worth visiting is the Museum of Brands. It is the home of the world’s largest collection of British consumer history and is one of the more popular attractions in Ladbroke Grove.   

THINGS TO DO IN LADBROKE GROVE

As we know, Ladbroke Grove holds its head high as a top-end, yet distinctive, London area. The popular Ladbroke Grove lyrics aside, there are plenty more reasons as to why someone should investigate what there is to do in this admired London area. Although visitors could easily make-do with the great array of Ladbroke Grove restaurants, pubs and cafes, the area and its surrounding London neighbourhoods also have much to offer in terms of attractions and things to do.  

For one, it almost borders the famous Portobello Road, known for its antique market which takes place every Saturday. Portobello Road Market is one of London’s most notable street markets, occupied by over 1,000 dealers selling an amazing range of antiques and collectables. It truly is one of a kind, a lovable landmark completely unique to any other market nationwide.

The Ladbroke Grove Road is also surrounded by a lovely selection of both private and communal gardens. Ladbroke Square is perhaps the most recognised private garden. It is the ideal place to go if you are after some downtime by yourself or with the family throughout a potentially busy business trip.

As well as having the chance to be near this fantastic market, visitors to the area can also choose to stay in SITU's Ladbroke Grove short term accommodation solely to witness the Notting Hill Carnival. The annual event has lit up the streets of the capital since 1966, expressing Caribbean culture, creativity and unique community spirit. Around one million people attend the event every Summer, with many seeing the carnival display on the part of the route which runs through Ladbroke Grove Road (stretching as far northwards as the Anytime Fitness in Ladbroke Grove).

The carnival really is enough of a reason to visit the area, and those who book stays in Ladbroke Grove corporate housing can have the iconic festivities within a minutes walk away.

Transport

By Air

Areas of London benefit considerably from the array of easily accessible major airports, and this is no different for Ladbroke Grove. Either side of the area is London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and London City Airport (LCY). Both are around fifteen miles to the west and east respectively.

Otherwise, guests staying in SITU Ladbroke Grove aparthotels could have a taxi transfer arranged to take them to the airport of their choosing.

Ladbroke Grove Underground Station

Ladbroke Grove station is situated at the intersection where the A40 passes over the Ladbroke Grove road, also a few seconds walk from the Camden Coffee House and local Sainsbury’s in Ladbroke Grove.

This underground station functions on the Circle and Hammersmith Lines between Latimer Road and Westbourne Park stations.

By Train

Although there is no railway station based within the boundaries of Ladbroke Grove, there are some stations within the close vicinity of the area which enable easy transit across London and beyond. The two closest railway stations are Paddington and Shepherd’s Bush, situated east and southwest of Ladbroke Grove respectively.

By Bus

Evidently, Ladbroke Grove’s transport connections should not be discredited despite its size. This is no different in regard to buses, of which there is an extensive network of. There are at least twelve bus routes that stop at the Ladbroke Grove Road itself.

Bus passengers can travel to the following locations from stops in Ladbroke Grove; Euston, Westbourne Park, Bayswater, City of London, Kensington, Notting Hill, Shepherd’s Bush, Wembley, Willesden, Kilburn.