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London Apartment #100London
Apartment #100London
London, Chelsea
from €1,222/week
Sleeps 4, 1 bed / 1 bath
London Apartment #SOF331LR
Apartment #SOF331LR
London, Mayfair
€3,828 - €4,130 per week
Sleeps 5, 2 bed / 2 bath
London Apartment #155London
Apartment #155London
London, Kensington
from €1,059/week
Sleeps 6, 2 bed / 1 bath
London Apartment #135LR
Apartment #135LR
London, Chiswick
€1,703 - €2,013 per week
Sleeps 6, 3 bed / 3 bath

Finding Great Vacation Rental Apartments in London, England: Five Questions to Consider

Vacation rental apartments in London, England are becoming increasingly popular with tourists and rightfully so. They tend to be less expensive than hotels and they give you a chance to feel more like a local than a tourist. If you’re thinking of getting a rental apartment for your next vacation, here are three questions to ask yourself.

  1. Do you want to use a real estate management service or rent from a private owner? For Rent By Owner (FRBO) apartments are generally less expensive, but they will also have fewer amenities (depending on the apartment). On the plus side, it’s more likely that an FRBO apartment will let you feel like a real local, which is appealing to many travelers. The advantage of using a real estate service is that it provides a stronger sense of security and may offer access to more luxurious accommodations.
  2. What are your “must haves” for your apartment? What matters most to you? Do you have to be near famous landmarks like Big Ben or the London Eye? Does your apartment have to have laundry in-unit? Whether it’s where you are or what’s in your apartment, it’s important to know the things that you must have to be happy before you go searching for vacation rental apartments in London, England.
  3. How much can you afford? For most visitors, vacation rental apartments in London, England are going to be more expensive than you’re accustomed to paying and that’s because London is one of the most expensive cities in the world. With space at a premium, you may have to sacrifice on certain “must haves” if you’re going to find a place that you can stay in for an extended period of time. Knowing how much you can afford in advance can help you narrow down how large of an apartment you can get, as well as what neighborhood you can live in.

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