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Romford

From £110 per night
0.1 miles

South Street Serviced Apartments are situated in the centre of Romford and offer one and two bedroom accommodation with excellent facilities and a relaxed, homely vibe. Thought has been given to the decor, with individual touches, yet everything remains smart and well-presented. All apartments have their own fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities and the accommodation is moments from the High Street and The Liberty Shopping Centre, plus about a four-minute walk from Romford Railway Station.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Romford

From £130 per night
0.3 miles

Charrington Court Serviced Apartment is a two bedroom, two bathroom property in Romford, on the eastern edge of London. The apartment has a pleasant, naturally-lit feel, with floor-to-ceiling windows in the bedrooms and the communal living area. There are comfortable carpets in the bedrooms and smart wooden flooring in the living area, which has a corner sofa that doubles as a sofa bed, a flat screen TV, dining space for four and a kitchen. The apartment also has access to a balcony.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Romford

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0.3 miles

Absolutely perfect for Romford’s main railway station, which is just two minutes away on foot, the centrally located Eastern Road Serviced Apartments are a flexible accommodation choice, ideal for visiting Romford’s town centre, but also with great connections into London via road and rail. One and two bedroom apartments are available, with accommodation for up to four guests in smart surroundings that include wooden flooring and high quality furniture. Car parking is available on-site.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Romford

From £150 per night
0.3 miles

Although situated in the centre of Romford, Regarth Avenue Serviced Apartment is located on a street with a suburban feel about it. There is a supermarket just around the corner and Romford Railway Station is only a three-minute walk away. The property has three bedrooms and can accommodate up to five guests – making it a great choice either for a family or a group of corporate travellers. There is a cosy lounge, as well as a fully equipped kitchen and guests will have use of a Smart TV.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Romford

From £135 per night
0.3 miles

The two bedroom Eastbury Serviced Apartment lies just outside the centre of Romford on the main London Road. The open plan living area has a nice layout, with the kitchen set apart but still close to the lounge / diner. Sleeping arrangements are flexible, with the master bedroom’s super king bed having the option to split into two singles, while the twin beds in the other bedroom can also be brought together. Free secure parking and a host of amenities nearby make this a great accommodation option.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Romford

From £135 per night
0.4 miles

Just outside the CBD in Romford, Image Court Serviced Apartments deliver two bedroom accommodation within easy reach of Romford Railway Station. The apartment has an open plan living area, which includes a corner sofa and a Smart TV, dining space and a well-equipped kitchen. The living area also leads out onto a balcony that has a table and outdoor seating. There is secure access to the building and guests will find plenty of shops and a cinema at The Brewery Shopping Centre nearby.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Romford

From £135 per night
0.4 miles

Perfect for staying close to Queens Hospital and also for the centre of Romford, the two bedroom, two bathroom Wave Court Serviced Apartment is a splendidly decorated and furnished modern property and ideal for business guests. The communal space revolves around a large open plan living area with a modern kitchen, dining space for four and a large L-shaped sofa, from where those staying can enjoy watching the flat screen TV. Other features include laundry facilities and on-site parking.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Romford

From £135 per night
1.6 miles

A good layout and plenty of natural light help to make Gidea Serviced Apartment a pleasant and relaxing place to stay for longer on the outskirts of Romford. Gidea Park Railway Station is less than 10 minutes’ walk away, and on-site parking adds to the apartment’s convenience for business travellers. The fully equipped kitchen boasts all the essential appliances, including a washing machine, while Freeview TV and free wireless internet mean that entertainment is taken care of.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Romford

From £114 per night
1.6 miles

Kidman Close is a busy main commercial street in the centre of Romford and the Kidman Close Serviced Apartments offer one and two bedroom accommodation in this fantastic central location. Apartments have substantial open plan living areas and cosy bedrooms that include good storage. A sofa bed adds extra flexibility with accommodation, there is on-site parking and guests may also enjoy the provision of a local gym pass. Romford Railway Station is about a four-minute walk from the property.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Romford

From £140 per night
1.8 miles

The three bedroom Beansland Grove Serviced Apartment is situated on a peaceful suburban street close to Romford and Dagenham. Accommodation is in a double room, a twin and also a single, although a sofa bed allows for two extra guests. The property has a garden and there is also on-site parking, while a good-size kitchen provides ideal facilities for those who wish to self-cater and has a washing machine for laundry. The living room has a homely feel and there is also a dedicated work desk.

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About Romford

Overview

Romford is a large town east of London. Once part of Essex, it now identifies as one of the potential major metropolitan centres for the future of Greater London.


About Romford

Based in East London, Romford is the primary town of the Borough of Havering, with a population of around 20,000. From London, Romford is accessible via the A12, going past Stratford and out through Leytonstone, passing the southern tip of Epping Forest, across the North Circular Road and eastwards towards Essex. Once part of Essex, it now belongs to the Greater London region. Being 18 miles from London, corporate accommodation in Romford may be a little further out than some other ‘commuter centres’. Nevertheless, it makes up for this by being a large town of almost a hundred thousand people, with all the amenities, services and sources of entertainment expected of a place its size. In fact, the town is one of the 13 significant metropolitan centres in the London Plan.

Romford railway station is in London Travel Zone 6. A branch line shuttle connects to Upminster, where the London Underground District Line can be accessed. The station sits in the middle of the iconic Romford Ring Road which continues to play a vital role in supporting the transport of 50,000 vehicles each day. Visitors to the area staying in Romford serviced apartments can situate themselves within or just outside this ring road, which provides easy travel in and out of the town. For instance, this road connects Romford to surrounding suburban areas such as Chadwell Heath, Mawneys, Rush Green and Gidea Park.

BUSINESS

Within the borough of Havering, Romford holds significant viability as an important metropolitan centre. Of course, central to economic strategy is recognising how Romford’s location fits within London. The town is an increasingly attractive location for people working in Central London and seeking to live in a more affordable, but still accessible, Outer London. This means directing developments to both accommodate for a commuter population and improve its own business potential.

For instance, recent investment has meant Romford has one of the largest shopping centres in the sub-region. Its historic market has benefited from infrastructural funding too, in a bid to ensure the Market Place remains as popular as it always has been. All in all, based on Romford’s economic state and proposals, it would appear the aim is to build on the town’s vibrant retail sector. This would be in order to take advantage of potential economic growth in the hospitality sectors.

Romford is currently reaping the benefits of a Business Improvement District (BID) Business Plan. Local businesses made themselves clear in their favour of improving the town in regard to accommodating new and existing business. With this scheme in place, businesses have a stronger influence on the community. The surrounding area develops as well to become more welcoming for new business. This could involve revamping the iconic ring road to become more practical and supportive of consistent corporate travel. Ultimately, its projects such as these which make the future of Romford’s business climate bright. The considerable stock of convenient corporate housing in Romford is also on hand to help make corporate trips to the area simple and comfortable.

HISTORY

First records of Romford being mentioned came in the twelfth century, with London town quoted as ‘Romfort’. However, it was arguably the actions of Henry III which put Romford on the map. He granted the town permission to hold a livestock market in the mid-thirteenth century, ultimately securing Romford's future. Historians believe the market became very popular for its leather goods before it expanded to be very agriculturally based. Romford then gained further exposure in the following centuries. The local hotels profited from the town sitting on a coach stop-off point between London and the town’s Colchester Road.

With any popularity comes further growth, and that is exactly how Romford continued. The nineteenth century saw the founding of the Romford Brewery, one of the country's biggest, and the arrival of the Eastern Counties Railway. The iconic ring road was then constructed in the late 1960s which effectively tied all of Romford’s success together. A more detailed overview of the town’s history can be explored at the Havering Museum along Romford High Street. It is just around the corner from the where the old brewery used to be. Guests can book stays in furnished housing in Romford within walking distance of this museum and the town’s other historic sites.

ATTRACTIONS

Based on the way Romford looks on the map and its status as a commuter town, it is only natural to think the town is congested, busy and overly urban. This is not the case though. Outside the town centre, from all angles, there is plenty of green space worth visiting. Raphael Park is particularly popular amongst the locals. It consists of a beautiful lake, sports facilities, a small café and a large play site for children.

Further to the northwest of Romford is the even larger Hainault Forest Country Park. Just outside of Romford, the forest covers nearly 300 acres of woodland and is a dream for animal lovers. Anyone though can appreciate the included petting zoo and over 150 species of bird seen on record so far. Visitors can also opt to cycle across the picturesque woodland setting thanks to the attached Redbridge Cycling Centre. Its open, green spaces such as Raphael and Hainault Forest Parks which encourages guests in Romford aparthotels to venture out and enjoy the great outdoors throughout a potentially stressful business trip.

Why not educate yourself about the area too whilst visiting? Even if you are in town for a brief period and have a stay at short term accommodation in Romford, it is still worth finding time to explore the fascinating Havering Museum. It primarily focuses on the history of the five towns encompassed in the Borough of Havering. Anyone is welcome to explore the strong community identity which radiates from the museum. After finishing up at the museum, within the close vicinity there is a surplus of nearby shops, restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars to keep you occupied. There is always something to do in Romford’s town centre.

When all is said and done, although Romford does not attract the same numbers of corporates or tourists to the area in comparison to London, this should not deter anyone from relocating here or paying a visit. Not only is the future bright economically, but its attractions and displays of local history make a stay in Romford serviced apartments worthwhile. 

Transport

By Air

As a London town, Romford benefits from close access to the capital’s international airports. The closest and only around half an hour away by car to the southwest of Romford is London City International Airport (LCY).

Alternatively, guests in Romford city apartments can also utilise London Southend International Airport (SEN), which is no further than forty-five minutes west by car. This airport can also be reached via Southend Airport railway station. To-and-from SITU’s furnished short lets in Reading and many other accommodation options, transfers to these airports can also be arranged.

Romford Railway Station

Ideally placed in the centre of Romford is its predominant railway station. It is an interchange station based along Great Eastern Main Line, which can also connect to Upminster, providing access to the London Underground.

The station sits between Chadwell Heath and Gidea Park and is twelve miles from London Liverpool Street station. Around 170 trains run each day from Romford to this major London station.

By Bus

The bus network in Romford is very supportive of the local community and visiting populations. The largest concentration of buses stop off at Romford Bus Station in the town centre.

There are at least twenty routes which run throughout Romford and connect to surrounding areas such as Ilford, Barking, Dagenham, Upminster, Redbridge and Hainault.