All you need to know about Edgware Road, London

Edgware Road neatly separates Marylebone and Bayswater and spans ten miles in an almost straight path. As one of London's longest straight streets and generating roughly £165 million for the country's economy annually, there is a growing preference for serviced apartments in Edgware Road from business travellers.

Numerous bus routes and neighbouring underground tube stations make it simple to get around this area. The two Edgware Road stations are in the centre, with the Marble Arch station to the south, Marylebone to the east, Paddington to the west, and Warwick Avenue to the north. The tube is easy once you know how, but there are plenty of transport options to choose from making it simple to get to and from your Edgware Road serviced apartment.

Looking for activities to do while staying in an Edgware Road apartment? Visit Frameless for the UK's largest permanent multisensory experience. Four galleries make up Frameless, which exhibits some of the finest pieces of art ever created in ways that have never been seen before. Alternately, go to Lisson Gallery, one of the most significant and longest-running international contemporary art galleries in the world. Or take a look at London’s smallest property, number 10 Hyde Park Place, which is still considered a relative unknown spot and is only a short distance from Marble Arch. Casa Malevo, Melur, and Zonzo are just a few of the nice restaurants to visit if you'd prefer to eat out than prepare dinner in your fully furnished kitchen at your serviced apartment in Edgware Road.

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