Holiday apartments West London are in the more affluent part of London and are very highly respected. There's no wonder with the amount of famous sights and famous architectural structures in this part of town, like the Strawberry Hill House. The house is a Gothic Revival villa built by Horace Walpole from 1749. The exterior and interior both have a Gothic theme and he modelled the interior from things like medieval tombs and rose windows. You'll find when staying in holiday apartments West London that sport plays a big part too as it is home to 4 football clubs: Chelsea, Fulham, Queens Park Rangers and Brentford. Fulham is the home to London's oldest football club and tours of their stadium, Craven Cottage and tours of the Stamford Bridge stadium, which houses Chelsea are available, while the world famous Wembley Stadium is also nearby to West London accommodation.
Holiday apartments West London are definitely in a special area of the city and there are so many characteristic things to see here, for example this sub-region of London is where Portobello Road is. If you're looking to take home a special souvenir home after your holiday in West London accommodation, this is the place for you. There are dozens of antique shops and galleries along this road and they hold their famous street market every Saturday. You can also find a working Royal residence in the area, that being Kensington Palace and you can access the palace, gardens and exhibitions for a small price. In the nearby South West London you can find even more Royal sights, such as the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew. There are great transport links to get to West London accommodation too because this is the location of London Heathrow Airport.