London is a major city providing lots of opportunities for business and studying. Almost half a million students are registered in HEI in the British capital city, according to HE Statistics Agency. Daily, thousands of people are visiting London, totalling around 13 million just within 2013.
If you’re looking for an accommodation to rent while studying you may want to consider a fully furnished studio apartment that includes TV and high-speed internet facilities. Self-contained flats can offer open plan kitchens and en-suite shower rooms. Many will include electricity, water and heating within the monthly rent. Some will provide round the clock security. Starting prices from around £250 per week.
Depending on the number of people to be housed, apartments cater for singles, couples and families. You have the choice of one, two, three and four bedroom apartments to rent in London. A one bedroom type will basically consist of a double bedroom, spacious lounge, modern bathroom and fitted kitchen. You don’t have to scrimp on quality due to size! Single bed properties work out at about £900 per month. Two bedroom properties may have open plan receptions with en-suite bathrooms and fully fitted kitchens. Prices start from approximately £1,250 per calendar month.
Three-bedroom apartments can boast split-level three bedrooms and three bathrooms with terraces. Kitchens are fully equipped with appliances and white goods. Optionally, you can choose one or more of our complimentary services like 24-hour concierge, gym, swimming pool and leisure facilities. Prices are starting with £1,000 per week.
Luxury apartments in central areas like Knightsbridge or Mayfair can cost thousands of pounds per week to rent but if that’s within your budget you can opt for magnificent six bedroom penthouse apartments in prestigious locations. For your money you’ll get reception rooms with huge terraces, dining room and eat-in kitchen. Master bedrooms will have fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom as will the second bedroom. Four more double bedrooms, library, gym, home cinema and balconies with striking views complete the picture.
Short term letting from one day onwards is usually quite an expensive way to rent. Many companies will use a short let as a more cost-effective and convenient alternative to putting you up in a hotel! When renting a property on a short let utility bills are included in the rent excluding telephone services. Long term letting normally starts from six months. This is the most common form of lease agreement for luxury apartments london and generally requires one month’s deposit and one month’s rent in advance.
Whatever size and type of apartment you need it’s well worth using a trusted website to help you with your decisions. A reputable company will happily help you with all of your concerns and make your bookings for you.