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Pimlico

From £180 per night
0.1 miles

Nestled within the exclusive residential area of Pimlico and close to much of the action in London, the two bedroom Victoria Mews House serviced accommodation is a gorgeous period property spread across three floors. The main living area has a wonderfully homely feel, neatly fitting a good-sized lounging space and a six-seat dining table around a central staircase. The dining area leads out to a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and the property also boasts two bathrooms.

Min. Stay 31 nights

Pimlico

£Call for quote
0.1 miles

Situated between Victoria and Pimlico, guests will find this delightful two bedroom serviced apartment located on a quiet street. Wooden flooring is featured throughout the open-plan living space whilst traditional features of this period building can be noted by the large windows and high ceilings. In the lounge, guests will find a fireplace and large sofas to make the most of the large flat screen TV, DVD player and WiFi internet.

Min. Stay 4 nights

Pimlico

From £170 per night
0.1 miles

Located just a six minute walk from Victoria train station and Underground, Warwick Way Serviced Apartment provides both corporate and leisure guests with easy access for exploring and commuting around London. Uniquely decorated and furnished, this apartment provides guests with all the facilities which one would need to create a homely environment, including a fully-equipped kitchen, a relaxing living area complemented by a Freeview TV, laundry facilities, and free Wi-Fi.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Pimlico

From £145 per night
0.2 miles

In the lovely residential area of Pimlico, the Clarendon Pimlico Serviced Apartment offers a quaint and classically decorated place to stay for up to two guests. London Victoria station, with rail and underground links, is just a seven-minute walk away, and the busy Vauxhall Bridge Road only a little further. Well-equipped, the kitchen includes in-apartment laundry facilities and there is a tub in the bathroom. This unique and characterful apartment is ideal for longer stays.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Pimlico

From £100 per night
0.2 miles

Located in the heart of this popular residential area of Central London, only three minutes’ walk from the tube station and Victoria Line access, Pimlico Studio Serviced Apartment is a well laid out space, providing guests with everything for a flexible stay, including full cooking facilities, in-apartment laundry and a Smart TV to relax in front of. There is good storage and a well-finished bathroom. The apartment is situated within a gorgeous period façade, with a portico-style entrance.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Pimlico

From £144 per night
0.2 miles

Situated in the exclusive Pimlico area of London, just off Vauxhall Bridge Road, Victoria Serviced Apartments bring high-quality one and two bedroom accommodation for those coming to visit the UK’s capital city. These apartments enable guests to self-cater which, along with the in-apartment laundry facilities, provides a much higher level of independence than in most hotels. Smart TVs, Wi-Fi, access to off-site parking and a concierge helps to add up to an ideal accommodation option.

Min. Stay 14 nights

Pimlico

From £160 per night
0.3 miles

Dolphin House Serviced Apartments situated in the heart of Westminster offer a range of contemporary apartments set in an elegant building. Spacious and equipped with kitchens for any culinary need, modern bathrooms and comfortable lounges with quick and speedy Wi-Fi internet, as well as, satellite television, guests can remain connected and relaxed during their stay. The fantastic range of on-site facilities include the Champagne Bar, pool, spa/gym, tennis court, squash courts and over three acres of landscaped gardens.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Pimlico

£Call for quote
0.3 miles

With two bedrooms, two bathrooms and set over two floors, Douglas Street serviced accommodation provides a fantastic place to stay in a central location. Just off Vauxhall Bridge Road, this is convenient for Tate Britain and both Buckingham and Westminster Palace. The bedrooms, a separate WC and a utility cupboard with laundry facilities are located on the ground floor, while the living area and kitchen are located upstairs and have everything for a comfortable stay – including a coffee machine.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Pimlico

£Call for quote
0.3 miles

A wonderful three bedroom property full of character, Pimlico serviced accommodation has some interesting angles but still provides everything that guests could want for a comfortable and convenient stay in one of London’s most exclusive residential districts. Five guests can sleep in this exquisite Georgian townhouse, enjoying a full set of facilities and pleasing period touches, such as the cast iron period fireplace in the living room, and even having use of a private courtyard garden.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Pimlico

From £110 per night
0.3 miles

For light and bright accommodation in the Pimlico area, these one, two and three bedroom properties are ideal for the business traveller on an extended stay in London. As well as providing a comfortable private space, Dolphin Corporate Living serviced accommodation gives residents great on-site facilities that include a swimming pool and a gym, as well as a bar and a restaurant. There is also the security afforded by a 24-hour reception and underground parking for those with cars.

Min. Stay 90+ nights

Pimlico

£Call for quote
0.3 miles

This property lies on a stunning period terrace in the Central London area of Pimlico, a much sought-after residential district. It is an extravagant one bedroom option with a spacious main living area that boasts high ceilings, tall windows and a feature fireplace. There is a fully equipped kitchen, a bedroom with an elegant double bed and the bathroom features a freestanding bath. Westmoreland Terrace serviced accommodation is within walking distance of the King’s Road and the Victoria theatres.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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About Pimlico

Overview

Running along the northern bank of the Thames to the west of Westminster, Pimlico is an ideally-placed residential district right in the heart of London.


About Pimlico

Our serviced apartments in Pimlico are well located in this popular residential district close to Westminster, and also ideal for the transport connections found at nearby London Victoria. The northern tip of the district actually borders the station and encapsulates Victoria’s Apollo Theatre. Architecturally a beautiful part of the city, it’s full of stunning Regency architecture and pleasant garden squares. The heart of the district is actually a conservation area. Business travellers using our Pimlico corporate accommodation are likely to find themselves using the connections at nearby Victoria. Pimlico does have its own tube station though on the Victoria Line, and Vauxhall Bridge Road, which forms Pimlico’s eastern border, and is one of the major routes through London.

HISTORY

The former home of Winston Churchill, Pimlico has a relatively murky history. Tradition says the residential area received its name from a man called ‘Ben Pimlico’. However, it was the developments of Thomas Cubitt in the early nineteenth century which saw Pimlico grow. He generously compensated the gardeners who lived in the area and began to remove the risks which were associated with land restricted by a floodplain status. Alongside the rich developments of Belgravia, Cubitt then laid out the street and squares of today’s Pimlico. After a lot of shuffling around, and even some undermining of Cubitt’s plan after he died, Pimlico started attracting the more discerning residents who were attracted to its wide street and green squares.

Then followed a twentieth-century ‘wave’ of development, essential for accommodating an area brimming with political activity and parliamentary figures. One of the more significant developments was the opening of Dolphin Square block of flats in 1937. Pimlico was also left relatively unscathed by the impacts of World War Two, allowing developments to continue. This includes the installation of one of the first district heating systems in the 1950s and the area’s connection to the underground in 1972. Nowadays, Pimlico is reaping the benefits of these developments. Consisting now of a social mix, and a pleasant combination of niche restaurants and lovely green space. Guests staying in Pimlico aparthotels can appreciate first-hand these developments and the attractive place the area has become.

PROFESSIONAL LIFE

Practical business and relaxing leisurely travel come hand-in-hand when relocating to Pimlico. Despite clear luxurious similarities compared with other nearby London neighbourhoods, Pimlico prides itself as a more affordable version. It is also particularly quiet in comparison. This entices a wealth of professionals to choose Pimlico as a place to get away from their hectic business lifestyles elsewhere in London. Consequently, therefore, the nightlife scene ultimately suffers.

Another obvious appeal though to the largely young professional population is the transportation benefits the area offers commuters. Especially attractive is Pimlico’s links with the Victoria underground line. Conveniently, guests booking stays through SITU can base themselves in Pimlico corporate housing just outside Pimlico and Victoria stations.

ATTRACTIONS

It’s hard to understate just how pleasant an area this is for somewhere so central in a major capital city. First off, the retail facilities here are fantastic. There is a range of distinctive boutiques, niche clothes shops, pleasant eateries and a small daily street market on offer. In terms of attractions though, the Tate Britain and Buckingham Palace are both close by, while the iconic Battersea Power Station is visible just across the River Thames.

Tate Britain may as well be the landmark of Pimlico. Even though it is just outside of the area’s official ‘borders’. Belonging to a network of galleries, Tate Britain is amongst the top ten most visited museums in the UK. It displays the largest collection of British art worldwide, covering over five centuries of history. The exhibits here are fascinating and well worth a visit. Alternatively, perhaps the next most significant building in Pimlico is the Apollo Victoria Theatre. Here guests can enjoy lively, eccentric live performances, perfect for families or groups of friends.

Travellers can also venture from the comfort of their Pimlico furnished housing and relax at the several public spaces in the area. On either side of Pimlico station to the south, there is both St George’s Square and Bessborough Gardens, whose clean green spaces are closed off from the streets by beautiful, towering trees. Below them though is Pimlico Gardens, which is particularly popular for its views of the Thames and the Vauxhall Bridge. All in all, each of these gardens can enable corporates a chance to relax within a busy business schedule.

Overall, despite Pimlico’s small, neighbourhood size, this London residential area has much to offer the relocating traveller, regardless of if they are staying in Pimlico extended stay apartments or short-term accommodation. It is the commuter-based lifestyle which ultimately makes the area one of the more popular to relocate in London.  

Transport

By Air

Pimlico sits between three of the UK’s and London’s biggest airports. The closest are London Heathrow (LHR) and London City (LCY) airports, which are an approximate forty minutes’ drive away. London Luton (LTN) airport, on the other hand, is just over an hour away by car.

All of these airports are accessible by bus or train services to nearby or on-site stations. Airport transfer services can also be organised from SITU’s Pimlico city apartments.

Pimlico Underground Station

Within the Pimlico ‘boundaries’ is the only London Underground station, Pimlico Station. Opened in 1972, the station is a stop along the Victoria Line, based a few minutes’ walks away from the district’s centre.

By Train

The closest overground railway station to the Pimlico residential area is Victoria Station, just on the outskirts. Victoria Station also doubles up as an underground too, running along the Circle, District and Victoria Lines.

By Bus

There are at least six bus routes which run through stops in the Pimlico area and around Tate Britain. From these stops, buses run to Camden, Hampstead Heath, West End, Westminster, Clapham, Brixton, Lewisham, Wimbledon, Kingston, Peckham and Queen’s Park.

Contactless or debit card payments are accepted for these bus fares. Passengers can also invest in a pay-as-you-go Oyster Card to use on as many journeys as they please.