If you’re heading to London in November for the London Jazz Festival, 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 near the London Jazz Festival
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.
Leafy & Buzzy
Click to book Leafy & Buzzy now: from £213 per night The south London neighbourhood of Brixton has a bit of everything — a proud history, a huge park, legendary nightlife and a burgeoning reputation as one of the best places in the city to grab a bite to eat. What better base to get a taste of this inimitable area than at this colourful apartment? You’ll wake to views over the large and leafy Brockwell Park from your bedroom window, before getting breakfast in the modern kitchen — complete with contemporary cookbooks if you fancy trying to replicate the tasty street food you had the previous night at Pop Brixton. There’s a sociable round table for group meals behind a comfy sofa on which to figure out what to do with the day. And you’ll want to go out, that's for sure — a brisk walk in the park and an afternoon movie at the cinema will take you through to the evening, and after that, the late-night bars, gig venues and nightclubs will have you up on your feet and on the dance floor until the small hours. And best of all, no long taxi rides home. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
What's the Altitude
Click to book What's the Altitude now: from £200 per night Located in the beating heart of cosmopolitan London, Whitechapel is where the gleaming office tower blocks of The City give way to the most exciting corner of Tower Hamlets. Near bustling Aldgate East station, this block of luxury flats rises high above the fine Georgian terraces that line the streets below. The apartment is decorated in neutral tones, with mid-century inspired furniture to add a touch of panache. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the living space and bedroom offer uninterrupted views of the London skyline. At the same time, the mirrored wardrobe does an excellent job of storing your belongings and ensuring plenty of natural light even when the London weather isn't playing ball. The clean and compact kitchen has everything you could need, but when you can go on a culinary voyage to all corners of the globe in restaurants just minutes from your front door, you might find the urge to cook your own dinner slowly ebbing away. Instead, we'd suggest trying out Tayyabs and Lahore Kebab House for mouth-watering flavours served up in a no-nonsense setting – the food definitely takes centre stage here. Sleeps up to 3 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Moon Over Soho
Click to book Moon Over Soho now: from £600 per night Slap bang in the heart of Soho, this third-floor flat is pure modern luxe. Think abstract art, copper accents and contemporary furniture. In an architecturally striking building on the corner of Golden Square, you couldn’t be better placed for enjoying the city. Piccadilly Circus and Regent’s Street are within walking distance and the choice of places to shop and eat is endless. Guests enjoy access to a 24/7 concierge service, a high-class French restaurant on the ground floor, and an exclusive Soho fitness club (with pool and sauna) round the corner – five-star hotel luxury meets the privacy and comfort of a private residence. Your host can arrange lots of extras, from fridge fills and laundry service to room service and airport runs. All you’ve got to do is turn up and enjoy yourself. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Hardy's now: from £1500 per night A lovely, large home, stunning from the outside and impressive inside. Hardy's manages to be both luxurious and tastefully finished while retaining a homely and welcoming appeal, often a difficult balance to achieve. It has a unique layout with the communal areas and kitchen on the lower ground level and the bedrooms on the upper level, but having the huge conservatory opening onto the garden is a fantastic feature. The fifth bedroom is generally used as a sitting room but it converts perfectly into a bedroom and this is how it will be set up for guests. Sleeps up to 8 | 5 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms
Make Your Move
Click to book Make Your Move now: from £350 per night You'll find this sumptuous apartment nestled between Shepherd's Bush and Kensington, on a quiet street in the heart of West London. In one direction, there's the coffee shops and eateries on Kensington High Street, and in the other lies the extensive Westfield Shopping Centre, so you're not far from great shopping and excellent dining. Also close by is Holland Park – a ten-minute walk – which is the perfect spot for morning jogs and evening strolls in the fresh air. When you're not out exploring this pocket of the city, you'll probably be unwinding in the roomy living area, curled up on the plush sofa or rustling up dinner in the modern kitchen. This pad feels luxurious with marble backsplash, bright windows, and gold accents, yet it's still a comfortable place to rest your legs. The quaint balcony is our favourite spot – start the day out there with a cup of tea and watch the world wake up with the sun. Plus, there's so much room to spread out, we think two people will be more than happy calling this home while they're in town. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Why book through Plum Guide?
We meticulously test every home available in each of our destinations, selecting only the top 3%.
Our professional Home Critics obsess over every last detail, so absolutely nothing is left to chance.
Our friendly team of experts is just a phone call away, and always ready to help in any way they can.