All you need to know about Notting Hill, London


Renowned as one of London’s most multicultural, cosmopolitan and affluent districts, Notting Hill attracts many wealthy visitors to its streets. With an internationally famous summer carnival, and a highly attractive lifestyle aided by years of gentrification, it is unsurprising that the district is an increasingly popular destination for those doing business. As a result, there is a growing number of corporate serviced apartments in Notting Hill, catering to all manner of business trips in the capital. With properties designed for short and long stays for solo travellers, and those with three to four bedrooms suitable for multiple colleagues and longer stays, our selection of Notting Hill serviced apartments are second to none.

Transport in Notting Hill

The area is served by the Notting Hill Gate tube station, which in turn joins Central Line, Hammersmith and City, Circle and District Lines. Promising to make our Notting Hill serviced apartments even more accessible is the proposed Crossrail Station, which will mean travel across London is made even more convenient, especially for travellers who commute.

Shopping in Notting Hill

In keeping with its affluent, unique reputation, Notting Hill is home to a wealth of boutiques and original one-off shops. With beautiful international fashion stores such as L'Appartement Sézane and organic farm shops such as Daylesford to be found on every corner, Notting Hill’s shopping scene is ideal for business travellers looking for gifts during their stay in Notting Hill.

Things to do in Notting Hill

If you're staying at a Notting Hill aparthotel or serviced apartment, a trip to Portobello Road Market is a must. Famed for its bric-a-brac, antiques and odds and ends stalls since the 1940s, this historic market provides hours of interest for the casual shopper. Speaking of antiques, a trip to the Electric Cinema is well worth it when staying in Notting Hill. This incredible cinema dates back to 1911 and features a beautiful interior – a perfect setting for film lovers the world over. Finally, find some famous film locations and explore Notting Hill’s wonderful Mews. These highly desirable streets boast leafy, cobbled streets and are home to many celebrities – a perfect place to practice your photography skills.

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When staying in a Notting Hill serviced apartment, it is important to know how to get the most out of your stay in the area. As a district crammed with restaurants, bars and unique venues, it is easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of places to visit on offer in this fashionable location. Our below tips are your one-stop solution to ensuring your Notting Hill business trip is a successful one.


Notting Hill is thought to have got its name from a manor based in Kensington called ‘Knutting-Barnes’. Indeed, the area does also have a ‘hill’, with the summit located in the middle of Ladbroke Grove. Each year the Notting Hill Carnival attracts two million visitors, and requires nine thousand police officers to ensure it is carried out safely. Speaking of the Electric Cinema, the notorious serial killer John Christie was a projectionist at the cinema during the Second World War. He killed eight women in the forties and fifties. As well as featuring prominently in Richard Curtis’ film, Notting Hill, the area has also featured in a number of novels including Absolute Beginners and The Line of Beauty.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the different types of serviced apartments in Notting Hill?

    Our Notting Hill serviced apartments range from studio flats for solo explorers to extensive four-bedroom spaces for bigger parties. For a standout experience, consider the Hereford Road, offering four bedrooms, well-furnished areas and king-sized and twin beds for multiple guests.

  • What are the benefits of staying in a Notting Hill serviced apartment?

    The ideal location of Notting Hill places corporate travellers in the heart of London's vibrant cultural hub, with the iconic landmark Portobello Road Market, one of the most famous street markets in the world on your doorstep. Notting Hill is also closely linked to London's central business districts, ensuring an easier commute for your business commitments. Plus, the neighbourhood's charming eateries and boutiques provide leisure opportunities after work.

  • What amenities are typically included in a serviced apartment in Notting Hill?

    Serviced apartments in Notting Hill generally include amenities like filly-equipped kitchens, complementary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and laundry facilities. Certain serviced apartments like Milestone Apartments offer additional amenities, such as business centres and meeting rooms to hold your business commitments, a sauna and swimming pool for relaxation and a fitness centre for you to keep active during you stay.

  • Are there any pet-friendly serviced apartments in Notting Hill?

    Yes, several of our serviced apartments in Notting Hill cater to those looking to travel with their pets. However, please note for some apartments, it will be necessary to make prior arrangements. You can find further information on the dedicated pages for each serviced apartment or use our filters to find pet-friendly apartments in Notting Hill or any other desired locations.

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