Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Fulham

Situ’s selection of serviced apartments in Fulham has been selected especially for those travelling for business. Experience a relaxing home-from-home in our Fulham accommodation where guests can enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a private and flexible space. Our serviced apartments in Fulham are conveniently located and have everything that the corporate traveller needs for a successful trip.
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About Fulham


Upmarket Fulham resembles a city in itself, with a vast array of riverside eateries, pubs, and architecture to marvel over.

About Fulham

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Fulham?

Situ offers an array of beautifully appointed, upmarket serviced apartments in Fulham for the discerning business traveller, including luxury serviced accommodation. You could even add on some extra time onto your trip, as our serviced apartments are well set up for extended stays too. Alternatively, why not check out Fulham’s aparthotels for a different sort of experience, with their various facilities on site. Whatever your choice, you are bound to find something to impress in terms of short-term corporate rentals in Fulham.

All of our self-catering accommodation in Fulham includes a smart TV, fast broadband, and fully-equipped kitchens with modern appliances. There is weekly domestic cleaning and some of the apartments offer concierge services too.

A few serviced apartments in Fulham offer parking, but such are the public transport options that you’ll be able to get around the London area with the minimum of fuss, since our corporate accommodation options are conveniently located for travel.


Where is Fulham?

Located in West London, Fulham is regarded as an attractive suburban neighbourhood on the north bank of the Thames. Nestled in one of this iconic river’s many curves, it makes for many pretty riverside walks with tranquil views.

Fulham has Hammersmith on its left, and the up-market areas of Kensington and Chelsea on its right. Battersea and Putney sit on the opposite bank of the Thames.

Central London is a short commute away, with the district line at Fulham Broadway taking just over 30 minutes to reach London Bridge.


Invest in Fulham

Fulham is located within the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, which is a very competitive local authority economy. The workforce is highly skilled, attracted to the area’s culture and heritage as well as its transport links.

Different growth sectors for the borough are life sciences and the creative and digital industries. To encourage this, Hammersmith and Fulham Council and Imperial College London have made a partnership to advance enterprise and innovation, enhance skills, and improve infrastructure locally. The centrepiece of this strategy is the hub at White City, which is intended to drive innovation and economic growth.

Major employers in Fulham include Deloitte (an accounting firm), Accenture (consulting), Amazon, PwC (consulting), and Ey (accounting).


Things to Do in Fulham

A residential neighbourhood with a small-town feel, Fulham boasts the amenities of a London suburb and yet manages to be within comfortable reach of central London.

Its architecture is characteristic of the grand Victorian and Edwardian eras, making for stunning house fronts and streets: Fulham Palace House & Garden is a particular example of this. This stately property has actually housed more than 130 bishops of London over the past 1300 years.

The Botanic Gardens in Fulham are magical, with a beautiful woodland walk, particularly in spring when there are bluebells. It’s even possible to book a falconry experience. The café is a popular stop-off, selling plenty of salads and homemade pastries.

Other green spaces in Fulham include Eel Brook Common, a pleasant grassy park complete with tennis courts. There’s also South Park with its cricket pitch, tennis courts, football pitches, netball, and basketball courts.

Fulham also has its own shopping centre — Fulham Broadway – which is home to an array of shops, restaurants, cafés, a nine-screen cinema, and a luxury health club if you need some extra relaxation time during your stay in Fulham.

Stamford Bridge football stadium, home to Premier League club Chelsea, is in the area. So too is The Hurlingham, an exclusive sports and social club offering polo, golf, and croquet.

A cosy neighborhood, Fulham is packed with trendy coffee shops, traditional English pubs, wine bars, riverside cafés, and restaurants. In terms of entertainment, Fulham town hall puts on music concerts during most of the year.

Fulham certainly has a lot to offer, and you can be sure that staying in one of Situ’s serviced apartments in Fulham will allow you to work, rest, and recharge during your time in London.



By Air

The nearest airport from Fulham is Heathrow. It’s only 35 mins from Fulham Broadway tube station to Paddington Station. Get to the airport via train terminals two and three.

London City Airport takes just under an hour from Fulham, while London Stansted Airport takes just under 1h 20 mins, as does London Luton Airport.

From the Luton Station Interchange, airport shuttles run every 10 mins to the airport bus station.

By Metro

Fulham is served by the underground District Line and has three stations in its neighbourhood: Fulham Broadway, Parsons Green, and Putney Bridge. Westbound, the line runs to Wimbledon (15 mins), and eastbound, to Edgware Road (20 mins).

Victoria Station is also easily accessible on the District Line and connects to country-wide National Rail services.

By Rail

West Brompton is a stop away eastbound, and connects to National Rail with regular services to Stratford and Clapham Junction. Paddington Station (15 mins away) also connects to National Rail, and runs services to Bristol, Plymouth, Reading, Oxford, and more.

By rail, Brighton is 1 hr 27 mins away, and Birmingham 2 hrs 35 mins.

By Bus

Buses 11, 14, and 295 all head towards central London; line 11 runs between Fulham Broadway and Liverpool Street and takes just over an hour. Bristol is 3 hrs 44 mins by bus, Manchester takes 6 hrs 16 mins.

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