This stylish three-bedroom Stayo apartment near Kew Bridge Station gives our guests over 80 square metres of bright, stylish space. The apartment, with lift access, boasts two double bedrooms and one single bedroom, providing both private and communal space. The apartment is fitted with a family bathroom, an en suite and a living space that adds to the feeling of comfort and luxury. With Kew Gardens only a 10-minute walk away, you can enjoy your own private balcony, a feature flat screen TV, and a fully fitted kitchen while overlooking London’s greenest borough.
Stayo Kew Gardens, located right next to the iconic Brentford Community Stadium, home to Brentford FC, combines beautiful design with comfort and picture-perfect views across West London. Kew offers the escape of a village atmosphere whilst remaining only 28 minutes from Waterloo and 40 minutes from central London by tube, providing access to all of London’s top attractions. Stayo Kew is the perfect place to bring family, friends, or colleagues and, together, enjoy Kew’s perfect balance of urban life and nature.
Stayo Kew apartments and the development itself are ideal for work or pleasure. You will be able to work from home via your high-speed internet in either the privacy of your own apartment or by using the building’s co-working space. Enjoy a relaxing city break with the benefits of a serviced apartment and the comforts of home.
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This old Georgian coaching inn just next door to the Gardens has been restored to become a long time favourite with Kew residents and visitors. Enjoy great ales, wines, craft beers and delicious pub classics in this cosy spot, the fire is lit in Winter and seasonal specials are waiting for you!
The Temporate House is the world’s largest surviving Victorian glasshouse home to 1500 species from all over the world. The iconic glass structure opened in 1863 and took decades to build. Today, the conservatory works to rescue plants under threat and find solutions to some of the planet's most pressing natural issues such as climate change.
Take the family to Kew Gardens to experience what it's like to step inside a real bee hive and learn about the important role that bees play in protecting our planet. The Hive is filled with hundreds of glowing LED lights and vibration sensors from inside a real bee hive that trigger the sound and light systems. Listen to the activity of worker bees going about their business, every visit sounds different depending on what the bees are up to!
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Broad Walk, Richmond TW9 3AB
Here you will find a hidden Royal home in Kew Gardens. Kew Palace reflects the intimate personal and domestic life of Georgian kings and queens as they used it as a weekend retreat from their public lives in the city. Today the interior of this tiny, atmospheric palace tells the powerful story of George III, his mental illness and the members of his family who lived and died here.