This area of South London sits just far enough out to benefit from excellent green spaces and a sense of its own identity, while still only being a short journey from the centre.
Business travellers coming to stay in serviced apartments in Tooting will find a cosmopolitan, yet unpretentious London suburb, with plenty of green space. Sitting in travelcard zone 3, it benefits not only from an over ground station and separate Northern Line underground station at Tooting Broadway, but also has two other Northern Line stations nearby, meaning that wherever you are in Tooting, the London Transport network is never far away.
For those staying in Tooting serviced apartments between May and September, it’s worth visiting the Tooting Bec Lido, an over one-hundred-year-old outdoor swimming pool that dates back to 1906. It is the UK’s largest swimming pool, measuring 100 yards long by 33 yards wide. As with other nearby areas, such as Wimbledon, Tooting combines a sense of its own community with still very much being a ‘London suburb’. There exists a notable Asian community in the area and, as such, Tooting High Street can boast some of the best Asian cuisine found in London.