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East Kilbride

From £120 per night
38.7 miles

Close to Glasgow, yet well-situated for other areas like Hamilton and the major routes to Edinburgh, the Glen Isla Lodge Serviced Apartment can be found on the outskirts of East Kilbride. With three bedrooms and a capacity of up to five guests, it’s beautifully decorated throughout, enjoying a light and spacious theme, especially in the sizeable lounge. Of particular note is the large corner bath in one of the two bathrooms, while on-street parking is also readily available.

Min. Stay 3 nights

East Kilbride

From £70 per night
38.7 miles

Up to six guests can stay in this two bedroom serviced apartment in East Kilbride, with the optional use of a double sofa bed in the lounge. Glen Tennet House Serviced Apartment is furnished to a high standard and has a spacious communal area with wooden floorboards, plenty of seating and a flat screen TV with Freeview. On-street parking is available, with the apartment being located only about 20 minutes away from Glasgow Airport. Train services are also available close by.

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East Kilbride

From £120 per night
39.4 miles

This three bedroom house can be found in a quiet area of East Kilbride. Up to five guests can stay in Mallard House serviced accommodation, enjoying a comprehensive range of facilities including in-apartment laundry, a smart bathroom with combined bath and shower, on-site parking and free Wi-Fi. It’s not just the cooking and laundry facilities, but also the little touches that often put a serviced property above a hotel, such as dedicated workspace and the fact that you can even bring your pet!

Min. Stay 3 nights

East Kilbride

From £115 per night
39.6 miles

With space for up to seven guests across four bedrooms, Carnoustie House serviced accommodation is a corporate rental in the southwestern suburbs of East Kilbride. The rooms have handy work desks and there is a fully equipped kitchen with an upright fridge/freezer that includes an icemaker. There are also laundry facilities and a good-sized lounge where guests can relax together in front of the flat screen TV. Bus services from nearby Lickprivick Road run regularly into Glasgow.

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East Kilbride

From £155 per night
39.8 miles

Delivering homely four bedroom accommodation a short distance from Glasgow, this property in the town of East Kilbride can accommodate up to six guests and includes three bathrooms, one of which is en-suite. Canonbie House serviced accommodation has a cosy lounge and a separate kitchen and dining area with a bench-style dining table and extra sofa. There is a utility space just off to the side of the kitchen, as well. The back garden has a decked area and there is driveway parking at the front.

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East Kilbride

From £110 per night
40.5 miles

Hairmyres View Serviced Apartment sleeps up to four guests in two twin bedrooms, both of which benefit from the presence of an en-suite bathroom. The apartment is on the first floor and is bright with a homely feel in the open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area. The lounge has two sofas and a flat screen TV. The kitchen has full cooking facilities, along with a dishwasher and laundry facilities. Just a few minutes from the local train station, the apartment also has is also on-site parking.

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East Kilbride

From £127 per night
40.5 miles

This is a beautifully furnished four bedroom property in East Kilbride, with accommodation split between one double and three twin rooms. MacNeish House serviced accommodation is a new build property with three bathrooms, a lounge with high-quality furniture and a large kitchen. For grocery shopping, there is a large supermarket almost next door, while a drive into the town centre takes about seven minutes. The railway station is about a five-minute drive and runs into Glasgow Central.

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About United Kingdom


The UK, short for 'United Kingdom', is a small European country, but a major influence on the world. The UK encompasses the countries of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, as well as quite a few small islands. Our British serviced apartments allow the corporate traveller to live in the UK how they see fit.

About United Kingdom

Although relatively small in terms of land, the island nation has a population of about 65 million and a vast coastline, the 12th longest in the world. Access is easy, with four bordering bodies of water, the English Channel, North Sea, Irish Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The topography of the British Isles is extremely diverse, with each region defined by individualistic geographical features. For instance, UK’s longest river, the River Severn passes through England and Wales, the largest lake the Lough Neagh is in Northern Island and the highest point is Ben Nevis in Scotland. You can, therefore, expect the climate and terrain to be various from north to south. This is essential though to British tourism and exploration, with nearly forty million overseas explorers spending over twenty billion pounds last year. SITU recognises this and has diverse serviced apartments to accommodate for business travel to anywhere you wish.


The history of the United Kingdom is almost immeasurable, consisting of the past of four, very individual nations. The first people to supposedly inhabit British mainland arrived throughout the Ice Age. Later came centuries of tribal invasion and departure, including the Celtics, Romans, Anglo-Saxon, Vikings and Normans. Their European influences spread across the UK, contributing to territories, place names, settlements and the language integrated into modern-day British society. Monarchical changes persisted into the Middle Ages, and significant events such as the Great Plague and Hundred Years War have defined the territory and demographics of present-day United Kingdom.

Decrees and acts then shaped the Kingdom’s borders, with the sixteenth century Welsh Acts, the Acts of Union in 1603, 1707 and 1800 securing the unification of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. With the Republic of Ireland seceding in 1922, only Northern Ireland remains. Through this period of Kingdom transition and influence in global foreign affairs, such as the World Wars, the leadership of iconic monarchs and Prime Ministers such as the current Queen Elizabeth II, Churchill and Thatcher have been integral in creating the global superpower.


The United Kingdom has the fifth largest economy in the world, ranked also the eighth freest on the Ease of Business 2018 Index. London is the capital and financial heart of the UK. Where once much of the UK’s economy was based in manufacturing, it has now moved largely into the service and tourism sector, further centring much of the economy in the capital. Present day is also seeing a transition from the European Union, where the government expect deficiencies to be minimalised and global trade relationships to extend. 

Incentives for foreign investments are plentiful in the UK. It has the joint lowest corporation tax rate of the world’s 20 largest economies (G20). A £120 billion infrastructure development plan is well underway, although the UK already has the largest air transport system in Europe and the most improved rail network in the EU. The business environment is friendly and supportive too. There is a great thirty million workforce pool to choose from, overall low labour cost and equal treatment for both foreign and domestic business. The UK offers corporates all the tools necessary to profit from business travel and access to more than five hundred million consumers across Europe makes Britain immensely popular for foreign investment.

Unlike much of Europe, Britain adopted the pound sterling as its independent currency. You will find that when travelling through the major cities, funding your trip is not always cheap. Be sure to bring enough sterling to support your travelling and living. Visit for the current exchange rates of the British pound sterling.


Residents of EEA or EU countries do not require a visa for entry to the UK and can stay for any length of time. British nationals who are not currently citizens of the EU citizens and another fifty-six countries are visa-exempt for stays in the UK and Scotland of up to six months. You can always visit for definitive clarification. Also worth considering is that UK’s withdrawal from the EU commences in March 2019 which will alter visa requirements.

All European Union driver’s licenses are valid in the UK, and if you wish you can check the validity of your non-GB license with this UK Government’s online test. The minimum of third party insurance is also required. British driving is known to be one of the busiest in Europe. Particularly in London where the traffic is dominated by taxis, buses and commercial vehicles. There is even a congestion charge in place if you drive through the marked ‘central zone’. On the other end of the spectrum is the pleasure of driving through Scottish and Welsh countryside. Whilst certain terrain can be difficult to manoeuvre, travelling along the wonderful coastlines and deep into forested regions is absolutely worthwhile. We only advise that wherever you travel, plan your route ahead and consider the weather!


Supposedly, according to tourist popularity, the top five most visited attractions in the UK are all based in London. Attractions such as Big Ben, the London Eye, the Tower of London and the River Thames collectively contribute to a fantastic day out in the British capital. The British Royal Family, and their homes like Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle, also attract a following that does not exist anywhere else in the world. British nationalism is unique, and travellers from all over the world appreciate the royal family. Displays of national identity also pour out of the other UK major cities. The capitals Belfast, Cardiff and Edinburgh all define their nation’s pasts and culture, making them separate travel destinations for international arrivals.

There is more to the UK than the major cities though. Scotland and Wales take great pride in their rugged and beautiful terrain, offering an alternative to British urbanity. Of course, England has some eye-catching destinations such as the Cotswolds, Stonehenge, the Lake District, and several national parks. However, Scotland and Northern Island have distinctive islands, encompassing beautiful landscapes, amazing green spaces and astonishing views looking out onto the North Atlantic Ocean. Much recommended is Skye, connected to northwest Scotland. To summarise, there is so much to explore in the UK and remember, sometimes the best places are not always the most globally recognised. Wherever you visit, SITU’s UK serviced apartments are sure to provide the best assistance for your travel.

There is no place in the world like the UK. Segregated from the rest of Europe, exploring all four states of the United Kingdom is an exclusive experience. Its business climate is also like no other, and foreign corporates are flooding corporate accommodation each year with the hope of bearing the fruits of the British economy.


By Air

Across the UK there is a vast range of airports, differing in size, capacity and frequency of flights. The UK’s top five busiest airports are in England, including London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, London Stanstead and London Luton. The busiest outside of England are Scottish airports Edinburgh and Glasgow then Belfast airport in Northern Ireland. Cardiff is the busiest airport and twentieth busiest in Wales and the UK respectively.

Transport to-and-from all these international airports are always facilitated, and all provide a large range of domestic and international flights, both inside and outside of the EU.

Network Rail UK

The British Railway network is the fifth most used worldwide, functioning over 1.7 billion train journeys through more than twenty different train operators and 2,500 train stations. The busiest across the UK is Clapham Junction.

The highest concentration of trains service through southern and central England. There are also connections to Europe too via an undersea rail link over the Channel. Fares are reasonable, but acquiring discount cards, such as a Railcard, make frequent and longer journeys cheaper.


The UK is regarded as the birthplace for metro rapid travel. There are five metro stations in the UK across four cities. London Underground, Docklands Light Railway, Glasgow Subway, Tyne and Wear Metro and Liverpool Merseyrail.

Our serviced apartments are within close vicinity of these metro systems, which enable quick and simple travel across these cities without the hassle of traffic.

By Bus

The UK has a variety of bus and coach travel services to help enable both short and long-distance travel through rural and urban locations. This is the cheapest mode of public transport but can be more time-consuming compared to the others.

Bus operators vary based on the location, but National Express and Megabus are the main providers of coach travel in the UK. These services enable comfortable multi-country travel at reasonable prices, even better if you book in advance.