A small, charming city with thousands of years of history, St Albans sits in London's greenbelt and has excellent transport links.
Historically, St Albans has long been a well-known final stop on the road to London. Nowadays, sitting in the greenbelt surrounding the capital and having become a favourite with London commuters, this small city’s charms make it easy to see why there is a demand for serviced apartments in St Albans.
Although business travellers who decide to come and make use of our St Albans serviced apartments might have business locally, they often have business in the capital and prefer to stay in apartments outside of the hustle and bustle of the London’s centre. St Albans’ great transport links help make this a viable option, the city having two railway stations and with Luton and Heathrow airports both nearby, as well as the M25 and M1 motorways running to the south and west of the city respectively.
Part of the joy of using serviced apartments is having your very own base right in the heart of an area, and travellers using our serviced apartments in St Albans have a lot to enjoy on their doorstep. With 2000 years of history, brought to life wonderfully in the Verulamium Museum, the country’s oldest pub, a stunning cathedral and all the shopping delights of an ancient market town, St Albans will likely not disappoint.
The city is easily accessible via train.
First Capital Connect railway runs from London St Pancras and connects with London Luton Airport. The city has a second railway station called St Albans Abbey Station, this is located to the south of the city centre and is the terminus of the local line to Watford Junction.
St Albans is served by three operating companies.
The Metroline PLC provides two routes; the 84 and 242. Uno bus company also provides local services. The Arriva bus company connects visitors to Essex and the shires.
Located in such close proximity to London, visitors are able to access the collection of London airports with ease.
Luton Airport is the most convenient airport to access and is just 18 miles away, and visitors are served by both direct bus and rail links. Gatwick Airport is also accessible by a direct rail link. Heathrow Airport is accessible via a direct bus.