London Condo Rentals

Looking for the ultimate London condo rental? We have 1 condos in London resorts. Owner Direct Vacation Rentals offers fabulous condos for rent in London and throughout United Kingdom. Find several condo and apartment rentals in complexes and communities such as Bloomsbury, Colindale, Docklands and many more. Whether it's in the areas of England or elsewhere there are many accommodation options... read more
Looking for the ultimate London condo rental? We have 1 condos in London resorts. Owner Direct Vacation Rentals offers fabulous condos for rent in London and throughout United Kingdom. Find several condo and apartment rentals in complexes and communities such as Bloomsbury, Colindale, Docklands and many more. Whether it's in the areas of England or elsewhere there are many accommodation options for your consideration.

Find a condo downtown or a luxury apartment with a great view away from the hustle and bustle. Clear, concise, easy to read listings, coupled with excellent customer service and great prices are the perfect combination to help you save time and money when planning the perfect getaway and London accommodations.

By definition, a condominium or condo is a building or complex of buildings containing a number of individually owned apartments or houses. As an alternative to a London hotel, consider renting a condo on your next vacation or holiday. The extra space and freedom will be well worth it.
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  • Luxury Penthouse in one of

    Kensington and Chelsea: Condo
    1 BDR • 1 BA • Sleeps 4 • #264066
    275 to 450 GBP/night  
    Completely renovated flat with high-spec features. Bohemian crystal chandeliers with Swarovski crystals. Venetian chandeliers. Solid oak parquet de Versailles floors. Bluetooth in-ceiling speakers in each room. Smart TV with "guest" access to Netflix, Disney+ and SkyTV. Marble skirting, marble backsplash and marble bathroom. Original European artwork throughout. Antique furniture from the 16th to 19th centuries throughout. 24 carat gold-plated Lefroy Brooks bathroom fixtures. Clawfoot bathtub with separate shower room with hand-painted Portuguese tiles and a stained glass window from the 1870s. Zuber French wallpaper. Gold-leafed Victorian cornicing. Beautiful red-brick Victorian building with immaculate interiors on a quiet residential street. All located within 2 minutes from the Sloane Square tube station. Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park are both within 15 minutes walk distance. Sloane Street is within 6 minutes, where you'll find stores like Gucci, Balenciaga, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, etc. More affordable options are also available nearby on Kings Road. All guests will receive gift packs of Molton Brown shampoo, lotion and bath gel, as well as a gift pack of European wines, champagne and other goodies.
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  • Luxury 3 Bedroom Holiday

    Bournemouth: Apartment
    3 BDR • 2 BA • Sleeps 5 • #265586
    230 to 320 GBP/night
    Welcome to our top floor pent house apartment fitted with a luxury kitchen with quartz worktops and provides accommodation in one of the best locations in Bournemouth. The apartment is perfect for a holiday getaway or longer stay for work or corporate requirements. With 3 bedrooms comprising of 1 king size with ensuite shower room, 1 double bedroom and a further single bedroom the property can comfortably accommodate up to a maximum of 5 guests. Guests will have access to smart TV in the lounge with Roku, washing machine and access to the properties communal grounds. Free parking is available on site for 1 car, with additional free parking available across the road. Talbot Woods is famous for its luxury villa style houses and tree lined roads, located within a 5 minute walk of the Meyrick Park Golf Course and Park, the famous blue flag beaches of Bournemouth and Poole are 3 minute drive or 20 minute brisk walk from the apartment. Winton Highstreets is within a 5 minute walk of the property and independent bars, coffee shops and restaurants can be sampled here. The nearest airport is Bournemouth airport within 6 miles, the nearest train station is Bournemouth Station within 1.4 miles.
  • Charming Stroud Valley

    Gloucestershire : Apartment
    2 BDR • 1 BA • Sleeps 4 • #265173
    175 to 175 USD/night
    This light and airy 3rd floor apartment with modern furnishings, exposed features, and high ceilings enjoys views across Stroud Valley. The fitted kitchen with cooker, hob, and other appliances draws you into a lovely open plan living and dining area. Situated on pedestrian friendly High Street, there’s a wealth of shops and amenities right on your door step. The meeting point of the five valleys, the historic town of Stroud is a well known center for arts and crafts as well as it's wonderful weekly farmers market. The area with its beautifully preserved trails and homes is and outdoor enthusiasts delight. Stroud train station is a mere four minute walk from the apartment and has good transport links with Central London. Paddington Station is 90 minutes by train and Bath or Bristol 45 minutes by car
  • Stunning Apartment with

    Carbis Bay: Apartment
    2 BDR • 2 BA • Sleeps 4 • #251731
    61 to 189 GBP/night
    Located in one of Cornwall's most beautiful bays which has a mile long of golden sands. Ideally located as it is only a 5 minute walk from Carbis Bay beach, and 1.5 miles from St Ives and approx 2 minute walk to Carbis Bay train station. The apartment has two bedrooms, both with en-suite facilities and can sleep up to four guests. Fairfield Apartment is a self catering facility and as such everything is supplied for your stay, from bedding & towels to wireless speakers. The property is our very own holiday rental which we use ourselves several times a year and as such it is kept in an immaculate condition. With close proximity to lots to see and do in Cornwall it is a great base to discover all that Cornwall has to offer, or you can just sit back and relax and take in the stunning sea views that the property has to offer,

London News and Events

Annual Events in London

BRIT Awards (February): The BRIT Awards is an annual music awards ceremony, the biggest event in the British music calendar and one of the major London attractions for lovers of British pop. Since its origination in 1977 the BRIT Awards has been hosted in London every single year.

FA Cup Final (May): Officially known as the Football Association Challenge Cup Final, the FA Cup Final is one of the most famous football fixtures in the world, with a glorious history, dating back to Victorian times. This great annual event is played out to a global television audience of millions. Tickets are difficult to obtain, but any lovers of football and its glorious history will find the effort to gain tickets worth it when witnessing the ceremony and sense of occasion, tradition and majesty that only this fixture can create. From the traditional rousing pre-match rendition of 'Abide With Me' to the winning captain raising the trophy, having walked the famous Wembley Stadium steps, there is nothing quite like it!

Buckingham Palace Tours (July-October): Buckingham Palace Summer Opening is the official name for the Buckingham Palace tours which take place each summer. The palace is the principal residence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, the Earl of Wessex and the Countess of Wessex. The Buckingham Palace tours normally take place between July and late September/early October, and take around two and a half hours. It allows visitors to enjoy nineteen fascinating state rooms as well as the palace’s mesmeric garden, which stretches to an impressive forty-two acres, complete with a beautiful 19th Century lake. The tour has become one of the most popular summertime London attractions. No dress code required.

Challenge Cup Final (August): The Challenge Cup is Rugby League's oldest knock-out tournament, with the competition dating back to 1896. It has been held at Wembley Stadium, the world's most iconic stadium, in north-west London since 1929. This wonderful event provides one of the most popular London attractions with sports lovers.

Great British Beer Festival (August): The Great British Beer Festival takes place at the iconic Olympia venue in Kensington. Organised by CAMRA (the Campaign For Real Ale), the festival's history dates back to the 1970s. The festival is one of the most popular London attractions with beer enthusiasts. Over five hundred beers, ciders and perries are available at the festival. The festival has fourteen bars, with the majority featuring ales from a particular region of the United Kingdom. There is also a bar dedicated to new breweries. Major real-ale breweries – such as Fuller's, Marston's and Theakston's – also have their own bars, where they serve new ales, as well as their established favourites. There are also bars dedicated to beers from across the rest of the world. There's also live music!

London Restaurant Festival (October): This London Restaurant Festival takes place over a week. Over 500 restaurants participate in this festival of culinary diversity and excellence, providing an essential London attraction for foodies as well as London tourists.

Click here for complete list of London's annual events.

Lonely Planet Article: Day Trips from London

Need a break from the hustle and bustle of London after a week of sightseeing? England's compactness means there are don't-miss day trips on the doorstep of the capital. From the dreaming spires of Oxford to sophisticated, sexy Brighton, and upper crust Windsor and Eton to classy Bath, you can easily hop on a train or catch a bus to a range of real gems.

The Victorian poet Matthew Arnold called Oxford 'that sweet city with her dreaming spires'. For visitors, the superb architecture and the unique atmosphere of the more than three dozen colleges – synonymous with academic excellence – and their courtyards and gardens remain major attractions.

The town's character essentially dates from the 1780s when the dissolute, music loving Prince Regent (the future King George IV) built his outrageous summer palace, the Royal Pavilion, here as a venue for lavish parties by the sea. And that charmingly seedy 'great-place-for-a-dirty-weekend' vibe lasted throughout the gang-ridden 1930s of Graham Greene's novel Brighton Rock and the mods versus-rockers rivalry of the 1950s and '60s.

Windsor & Eton
With its romantic architecture and superb state rooms, Windsor Castle is one of Britain's premier tourist attractions and, since it is so close to central London and easily accessible by rail and road, it crawls with tourists in all seasons.

This delightful city of honey-coloured stone has always been renowned for its architecture, especially its fine Georgian terraces. Nowadays, though, it is celebrated in equal measure for its association with the novelist Jane Austen – not so much for her actual works but for the films based on them.

Why London?

Top Attractions
You can't fail to be excited by London's amazing attractions. See London from above on the London Eye; meet a celebrity at Madame Tussauds; examine some of the world's most precious treasures at the British Museum; or, come face-to-face with the dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum.

Premiere Shopping Destination
You're spoilt for choice when shopping in London; from the flagship stores on Oxford Street, to gifts and bric-a-brac at London's markets. Shop in Europe's largest urban shopping centre at Westfield Stratford, or visit an iconic department store such as Harrods or Selfridges.

Beautiful Green Spaces
You don't need to travel far to find green space in London. The capital is home to eight beautiful Royal Parks, including Hyde Park, St James's Park and Richmond Park. There's also Hampstead Heath in North London, with amazing views over the city. Alternatively, visit one of London's peaceful gardens such as Kew or Chelsea Physic Garden.

River and Waterways
The Thames flows through Central London and provides a stunning backdrop to many of the city's top tourist attractions. River bus services and river tours are great ways to beat the traffic and enjoy wonderful views. Don't forget London's canals either, including Regent's Canal and Little Venice.

Top Sport
London attracts the biggest sporting events in the world, not least the Olympic and Paralympic Games. See a match in London or take a tour of the capital's spectacular sporting venues from the home of the English national football team Wembley Stadium, to Lord's Cricket Ground or Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.

Free Attractions
London is home to some of the best museums and galleries in the world – many of which are free. Spend a few hours in the British Museum, Tate Modern, Natural History Museum or the Science Museum, where you can browse the permanent collections at no cost.
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