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Top-rated holiday rentals in London

Guests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.

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Home in Mayfair
Park Lane,Mayfair. New Ultra Modern Spacious House
Just off Park Lane,Step out of your door and 25 yards to the open Hyde Park. Newly fitted out 2000 sq ft lateral space flat w/high ceilings. Ultra modern high end flat in Mayfair with Air con, heated flooring,80inch TV,mood lighting and walking distance to Shepard’s Market. Ground floor flat w/own entrance from Street, very airy and lovely large windows with incredible views of the Mayfair Christ Church with a lot of light. Newly done up and only used a few times, I am a new host & enjoying it.
18–25 Jan, Individual Host
£805 per night
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Apartment in Bermondsey
The Shakespeare Room: Historic Design-led Stay
The Tanners Studios is a collection of boutique, design-led, eco-conscious apartments, located just a 10-minutes walk from London Bridge station and London's most iconic landmarks; Tower Bridge, Tower of London and Borough Market. Based in the Historic Centre, you’ll be footsteps from London’s best pubs, restaurants and breweries. This modern, secure & spacious one bedroom (3 person) apartment has all of the modern cons, whilst being designed within a uniquely charming and antique setting.
10–17 Nov, Professional Host
£175 per night
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Flat in Southwark
Artist School Borough Market Shard View SE1
The Artist School is a well kept secret, Available for executive and city breaks - deals available, please get in touch for more information. A true bohemian hideaway in a private location in SE1, in the shadow of the Shard and around the corner from the Borough Market and the Tate Modern. A short walk across one of the bridges in to the City of London, Covent Garden and Shoreditch. This space satisfies the imaginative who want to privacy, security, comfort, space (1400sqft) and peace.
9–16 Nov, Individual Host
£343 per night

Popular amenities for London holiday rentals

Stay near London's top sights

Tower Bridge1,577 locals recommend
Big Ben1,337 locals recommend
The Shard828 locals recommend
Westfield London1,121 locals recommend
Kensington Gardens664 locals recommend
Westminster Abbey668 locals recommend

Other great holiday rentals in London

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Apartment in Marylebone
RARE: Oxford Street 2 Bed Apartment- Hyde Park
11–18 Nov, Professional Host
£520 per night
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Flat in Lambeth
Swifts Yard *ENTIRE* 1 bed flat Vintage Industrial
10–17 Jan, Individual Host
£113 per night
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Flat in Camden
Nice micro studio in prime area (shared kitchen)
4–11 Mar, Professional Host
£92 per night
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Apartment in Paddington
Little Venice Garden Flat
17–24 Dec, Individual Host
£678 per night
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Flat in Earl's Court
Bright Studio in Chelsea
11–18 Mar, Individual Host
£115 per night
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Townhouse in London
New Luxury Town House with AC
1–8 Dec, Individual Host
£767 per night
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Houseboat in Little Venice
Scorpio Little Venice
10–17 Nov, Individual Host
£215 per night
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Flat in Mayfair
Luxurious Mayfair apartment best location/reviews
29 Jan – 5 Feb, Individual Host
£514 per night
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Townhouse in Mayfair
Stunning 3 Bed Townhouse in the heart of Mayfair
7–14 Dec, Professional Host
£799 per night
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Apartment in Westminster
Luxury Buckingham Palace Apartment with Terrace
17–24 Sept, Individual Host
£691 per night
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Flat in Marylebone
West End - 2 Bed, 2 Bath, with terrace new build
13–20 Oct, Professional Host
£566 per night
Superhost
Flat in London
UltimateChelsea/Knightsbridge/Belgravia 2BedLiving
18–25 Jan, Individual Host
£386 per night

Quick stats about holiday rentals in London

Total rentals

102K properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

40K properties have a dedicated workspace

Rentals with a pool

1K properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

12K properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

32K properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

1.7M reviews

Your guide to London

All about London

As the capital of the United Kingdom, London is a royal destination complete with luxe palaces, lush gardens, and an active infantry of foot guards in full uniform. But it may as well be the capital of the world: more than 300 languages are spoken in this 2,000-year-old metropolis founded by the Romans. The city’s colorful melting pot of international culture is rivaled only by its age-old British traditions and superstitions: keeping a half-dozen ravens at the Tower of London to protect the crown; licensing taxi drivers only after they’ve passed a daunting local geography test known as the Knowledge; and pausing for the requisite cuppa tea every afternoon. Whether you’re in town for the live Shakespearean theater or the lively nightlife, one thing is certain: London rolls out the royal treatment.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in London

London’s climate is true to the seasons. The spring and fall are pleasantly sunny and cool, and summers are warm, peaking in the 80s, making both seasons optimal for staying in one of the city’s apartments. While the winter weather typically hovers just above freezing, it’s a charming time to experience the displays the city puts on for the holidays. Neither heat waves nor snow storms are common, though they have been known to occasionally make the news. Despite London’s dreary, rainy reputation, it’s actually fairly dry, averaging less than 23 inches annually. Still, locals tend to carry umbrellas during spring, just in case. As for the city’s infamous fog, it was caused by pollution, and has mostly disappeared since the Clean Air Act of the 1950s.


Top things to do in London

Tower Bridge

One of the city’s most iconic works of Victorian architecture, Tower Bridge spans the River Thames at the heart of central London. At 800 feet long, it’s easily walkable, connecting pedestrians and cars from the medieval Tower of London to Potters Fields Park, with unmatched views of the city skyline.

Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park

Located in West London, facing Kensington Palace, the immaculately maintained 265 acres of Kensington Gardens are open to the public, and feature a half-dozen statues and monuments to royalty and fairytale icons alike. Just across the road is Hyde Park, marked with walking paths, historical monuments, and even a bird refuge.

Buckingham Palace

Unless you have an invitation from the monarch, you can’t go inside Buckingham Palace, but the lavish facade is reason enough to stroll past. Built in 1703 and updated with each reigning monarch, the palace is the official royal residence. Plan ahead to catch the Changing of the Queen’s Guard, a London tourist tradition.

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