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5 Holiday Homes for the London Festival of Architecture, UK

When attending the London Festival of Architecture you need the perfect accommodation, so look no further. These homes are the best of the best


The apex of numerous grey buildings in Canary Wharf, London

If you’re heading to London in June for the London Festival of Architecture, then we’ve got the perfect accommodation for you. When enjoying an event as incredible as this, your home has to match the standards, so heed our expert advice and book one of these gems to truly complete the experience.

Where to reside for the London Festival of Architecture

Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes in our London collection. If these don’t meet your high expectations, then nothing will.

Hitchcock's Map

Hitchcock's Map, Plum Guide home in London

Hitchcock's Map, Plum Guide home in London

Click to book Hitchcock's Map now: from £150 per night Do you appreciate idiosyncratic design? This bright and bijou apartment has the stuff in spades: each room has its own aesthetic and vibe, from the chic, tiled kitchen to bedrooms adorned with psychedelic or flower print wallpaper. A real steal, it suits business travellers based in Stratford, or anyone looking to explore the Olympic Park, original Westfield shopping mall or East London in general. Excellent transport options serve everywhere else in the capital; that large wall map will help you navigate. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom

Sloane Gardens X

Sloane Gardens X, Plum Guide home in London

Sloane Gardens X, Plum Guide home in London

Click to book Sloane Gardens X now: from £707 per night This cosy Belgravia home expertly blends modern style and tradition. You'd be forgiven for thinking you've stepped into a gallery with the large canvas on the wall of the living space - but the pink kitchenette assures you that you haven't. Neon signs sit alongside antique furniture, while all the mod cons mean you can really make yourself at home. Guests looking for somewhere to catch up with emails will appreciate the desk in the master bedroom, and both bedrooms feature en-suites. It's easy to spend the evening reading in the window seat, with views out to a charming Belgravia street, but with so much to explore in the local area, you'll undoubtedly spend more time outdoors. This home is just a short walk from Sloane Square, where you can enjoy an alfresco lunch and explore striking modern art at the Saatchi Gallery. Wander the boutiques on King's Road, then return home to unwind with a home-cooked meal. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

Lucky Number

Lucky Number, Plum Guide home in London

Lucky Number, Plum Guide home in London

Click to book Lucky Number now: from £275 per night Celebrate London with a local experience in a neighbourhood that has everything from football to hip cafes. This new block of flats was made to charm and indulge guests of every age, it's packed with entertainment and has A/C and a balcony. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

Museum View

Museum View, Plum Guide home in London

Museum View, Plum Guide home in London

Click to book Museum View now: from £220 per night Art-lovers, history-enthusiasts and those with an appetite for the finer things in life – rejoice – this is the South Kensington home you've been waiting for. Under 100 yards from the National History Museum, how's ‘Dippy’ the Diplodocus dinosaur for an interesting "maybe-not-so-friendly" neighbour? Elsewhere, delve into the upscale shopping and high-end dining scene of Harrods, just a fourteen-minute walk from your door. And if you need to stretch your legs to work off lunchtime's over-indulgence, we can think of no better place than the Kensington Palace and Gardens – found thirteen minutes away. When the shopping bags get too heavy, or it's time for a little holiday tipple, return to your new home-from-home. Stepping in to look around the decor – this is where arty types find their element. We love the eclectic artwork, quirky ornaments and industrial-chic styling throughout the home. Sit down for breakfast in the elegant dining area, benefitting from ghost chairs and a modern take on the chandelier. Small but ever-so-sweet, the kitchen is a picture of rustic charm – perfect for plating up home-cooking perfection. As evening draws in, choose from the collection of literature for a spot of bedtime reading before a restful night's sleep, knowing West London's sought-after delights are right on your doorstep. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

Drury Lane Garden

Drury Lane Garden, Plum Guide home in London

Drury Lane Garden, Plum Guide home in London

Click to book Drury Lane Garden now: from £139 per night Bright and functional, this long second-floor apartment is newly renovated with fresh paint, carpets and contemporary furniture. There’s a lovely dining area in the conservatory – optimistically called a ‘‘sun room’ – plus a modern kitchen, good beds, rain showers and Xbox games to play. You’ve even got your own front door, through which both Covent Garden and Somerset House are close by. Sleeps up to 6 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms

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