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We are so grateful for such positive feedback

We often hear our customers saying, ‘London is the place to be!’  Well it certainly is, although how often do you hear people speak about the accommodation they have been staying at during their trip to our glorious capital?  Often, you’ll find people saying, ’Where we stayed was okay but very expensive for what we got.’  Or maybe something along these lines, ‘Mmm, yes well, the place wasn’t large enough to swing a cat round and it was way out of the centre of the city.’

We, here at Euracom, have done our very best to ensure that none of these adverse comments apply to us.  We can proudly say, from the positive feedback that we have received over the years, from a substantial number of clients, that Euracom provides just what the customer needs, great service, great apartments in prime locations with great, competitive prices. 

We love hearing such positive feedback- it means an awful lot to us and it’s what makes our job worthwhile.  For we know that although we can extol the virtues of all our apartments, saying how economical and fabulous they are and then tell you how great our service is, there is no better testimonial to our efforts than when you take the trouble to send us your incredible comments, recommending that Euracom is only place to go for an affordable, yet comfortable stay.  

Here are just a few of the comments which have delighted us, coming from all over the world.

‘Thank you Euracom, we have had a wonderful stay in your apartment. It is very convenient, clean, near to lots of great sites and very comfortable. Thank you for your service. We visited the London Eye and plenty of other places and had a very nice journey in London. We will warmly recommend you to our friends and family‘

Doron Stein, Israel

‘From the outset, thank you for making our London visit a pleasurable experience! What we liked about dealing with Euracom is there was no pressure whatsoever and Robert was very patient with us - that helped build trust. We inspected the apartment prior to confirming the same - again, no pressure whatsoever. The process of booking the apartment was simple, transparent and quick. Our request for credit card payment was accommodated, which made it very easy. Wendy at Endsleigh Court was very helpful and showed us two apartment options. When we arrived at the apartment, everything was in order! The apartment was beyond our expectation, very clean, airy, lots of light and ventilation. Overall, it was a fantastic experience dealing with Robert as well as the team at Endsleigh Court. Special shout out for Wendy and the front desk team at Endsleigh Court who were very helpful and friendly. We would definitely recommend both Euracom and Endsleigh Court to friends and family and look forward to our future stays there.‘

Vaishali Jaising, India

‘The booking process through Euracom was easy and our e-mail enquiries were always answered quickly with helpful, clear answers. The apartment itself was comfortable and suitable for our needs in a great location. I would recommend Euracom to my friends and family.‘

Michael and Juliana Whiteman, Australia

‘I would absolutely recommend working with Euracom.  The staff always quickly answered our demands, we really appreciated their help on many occasions and we cannot wait to book with them again!‘

Shlomo Hauser, Israel

‘Dear Euracom A Home in London - I have used Euracom for over 9 years now and I can say without a doubt it has been amazing on all of my holiday trips. I usually stay at Hampden house, which you refer to as budget, but I call it luxury for the simple fact it’s clean, it’s spacious and the location is great. The speed that you respond to enquiries, complaints or requests is amazing, you are so professional in everything you do. From bookings to check in‘s, to staying in, to the departure, everything is faultless. The staff are always so lovely, polite and kind. You always make us feel like royalty. I have stayed in many other apartments in London over the years, however none of them compare to the service that you provide us with. Last month, I had to stay in Bloomsbury because Hampden House was not available, they made sure I got the best services and the flat was spotless. I have recommended Euracom to loads of friends and family and they always call back to say thank you! I also wanted to use this as a great opportunity to say a big thank you to Kelly, who is always finding a way to accommodate me and my budget, Robert, Joe and Tania for all their continued help. You have given my family a home in London.‘


‘It’s been a pleasure dealing with Euracom. Response time is very good. Your prices are reasonable for your locations. I will definitely recommend you to my family and friends.‘

Enitan Solarin, Nigeria

‘We would like to thank all of you at Euracom for a first -class service and hopefully we will meet up again in the not too distant future‘.

Mike Ryan, Argentina

‘Thanks for the great service again, Euracom. My queries were promptly answered and the staff at the apartment were also very co-operative and helpful. I will certainly get in touch with you next time I‘m travelling to London‘.

Farzana Ali, India

‘I have found booking through Euracom an easy experience. The apartments have always been clean and comfortable with everything needed, and the staff at Euracom and at Endsleigh Court have always been friendly and helpful and the rates are very reasonable.‘

Robert Brian Bunton, Australia

‘ Great accommodation, prime location, excellent service and helpful staff. Rented a 3- bedroom apartment and it felt like home within first night! Top service, with hotel-like amenities but within the comfort of a cosy home.‘

Samar Mokbel, Lebanon

‘We have stayed in your Bloomsbury apartments more than once... It is one of our favourite places in London for many reasons: it is somewhere between a hotel and an apartment, with some of the advantages of each. It is very well located, clean and the staff are very friendly. The price is very fair and all in all it is always a very positive experience coming back. We have recommended Euracom to others and will continue to do so.‘

Ahuva Passow-Whitman, Israel

‘ Our stay in London was most enjoyable... From our initial enquiry, Euracom were very helpful with our apartment selection and booking. The reception staff were also very accommodating and welcoming. The apartment itself was clean and comfortable, perfect for our needs and plenty of room for our family of four. The location was ideal being within walking distance of public transport, parks, restaurants and shops. We will certainly contact Euracom again for future bookings.‘

Neil Bennie, Australia

‘Well, what can we say?  With such fabulous reviews why go anywhere else?  The evidence speaks for itself!  For a service second to none, with spacious apartments, conveniently situated near to Central London, there is no better place than Euracom to book your next holiday or business trip.  We’ll guarantee you the trip of a lifetime, without breaking the bank!  (Although we don’t recommend you swinging any cats around to test the size of our apartments, they will speak for themselves!)‘


Our 3 featured properties this month have had particularly good reviews from our customers.  Why not check them out?

Cheap apartments for rent, London Bloomsbury, WC1

These recently refurbished apartments are perfectly located for a central London stay on a budget.  Close to The British Museum, Shaftesbury Theatre, Oxford Street and numerous other London attractions, they make the perfect cheap holiday apartments from which to explore London.  With weekly rates starting from £702 p/w for a studio apartment sleeping 3, each studio apartment is simply furnished and has its own small kitchenette and bathroom.  Available for either cheap, short term apartment rental or long term apartment rental at fantastic weekly rates. The British Museum

More about our Cheap apartments for rent, London Bloomsbury, WC1

Features include:

  • Lobby / waiting area/concierge / security / reception/lift/ safe
  • Kitchen / kitchenette/ Daily or weekly linen change/ Laundry / dry cleaning facilities available
  • Parking (chargeable)/ Wheelchair accessible
  • Smoking apartments available
  • Telephone/ TV / Freeview/ Wi-fi
  • Twin or double beds in some apartments

More about our Cheap apartments for rent, London Bloomsbury, WC1 ›

Cheap studio apartments in London - Weymouth Street W1

These cheap studio apartments are situated in the heart of London’s West End, just 20-minutes from London’s city centre, and close to Regents Park, the bustling Oxford Street, London Zoo and Madame Tussauds. With excellent transport links and near to Euston Station, they are surrounded by local shops, restaurants, bars and pubs.  These serviced apartments offer a selection of one-bedroom apartments which can accommodate up to 3 people, or studio flats, accommodating 2, with prices starting from £650p/w.  All apartments offer every modern convenience, including wireless broadband internet.

More about our Cheap studio apartments in London - Weymouth Street W1

Features include:

  • Dining table & chairs/ desk / workspace
  • Fully equipped kitchen / dishwasher in some/ Laundry / dry cleaning facilities available
  • Door entry phone/ Property supervisor nearby
  • Grocery store onsite / nearby
  • Non- smoking apartments
  • Telephone/ TV / Freeview/ Wi-fi
  • Twin or double beds in some apartments

More about our Cheap studio apartments in London - Weymouth Street W1 ›

247 Baker Street student accommodation London, NW1

This lower ground floor studio apartment is in a private block opposite Regent’s Park and within walking distance of many restaurants, bars and bistros as well as a host of local attractions, such as Madame Tussauds. Starting from £420 p/w for a double studio sleeping 2, making it the perfect, low cost accommodation. An ideal apartment for exploring London.

More about our 247 Baker Street student accommodation London, NW1

Features include:

  • Bathroom
  • Central heating / Utilities included / Non- smoking apartments
  • Dining table & chairs / Desk / workspace
  • Telephone / TV / Freeview / DVD player / Wifi
  • Kitchen / Dishwasher in some / Washing machine/Laundry / dry cleaning facilities available
  • Meet & greet arrival service / Property supervisor nearby/ Door entry phone

More about our 247 Baker Street student accommodation London, NW1 ›

By Rob at 31 Aug 2018

Euracom Comes To West Hampstead!

Where are the coolest, hippest areas of London? Vox pops on the streets will give you Shoreditch, Hoxton and the staple on any list, Camden, but there’s a new sheriff in town! Actually it’s not that new as you’ll see when you read the blog on the website but we have acquired a fantastic new property in West Hampstead and you, our lucky readers, are the very first people in the whole world to get the chance to book your stay! Read on to find out more about London’s newest-oldest coolest area!

West Hampstead is, as the name suggests, west of Hampstead, one of London’s most exclusive (and expensive) residential areas and you should expect no change from £10m if you want a five-bedroom family home there. However just a mile or so away is West Hampstead. Bordered by Childs Hill to the north, Swiss Cottage to the east, South Hampstead to, yes correct, the south and Kilburn and Cricklewood to the west-ish, the area is a thriving, friendly community with a real, old-school Bohemian vibe. Some say it’s a yuppie stronghold and while that’s true to a certain extent, you’ll find all sorts of people buzzing around, from City-types to aged hippies to families, young urbanites and the newly crowned millennials.

By and large, West Hampstead in the London Borough of Camden can be defined by one street, West End Lane, the main drag that dissects the area and it’s one of the very best high streets in London. While the whole world is fixated with massive, sprawling shopping malls with hundreds of shops, dozens of food chains and ample parking, West Hampstead has stayed a proper, classic English high street, but it wasn’t always like that…

In the 13th century, the area was known as ‘le Rudyng’, an old English term meaning ‘woodland clearing’ and it’s believed there was a dwelling of some sort on the land at that time. It stayed ostensibly rural for another 200 years but by the mid-1500s the village was called West End, a freehold estate belonging to Kilburn Priory, a small monastic community of nuns. There was an estate house extant by the mid-1600s and it was around this time that West End Lane was so named.

If you’ve ever driven the length of West End Lane from Finchley Road to Swiss Cottage, you notice a hard left-to-right kink. It’s been there for the best part of 500 years because it was used to delineate the individual estates from each other but as time passed, more and more houses were built by London’s merchants and it turned in to a proper, working village.

From the start of the 1800s, there were three major residences in the village – West End House, West End Hall and Lauriston Lodge and interestingly, when the railways arrived 50 years later the estates were sold off to redevelop the area into a thriving commuter town. In 1879 when the railway board called the stations West Hampstead, the area became so called as well, presumably to distinguish it from the more well-known West End further into central London although this was challenged by a local estate agent who claimed he coined the name – they really don’t change, do they?!

As the 19th century turned the corner into the 20th, public amenities like street lights, gas and electricity were provided and the frontages of West End Lane started to take shape as shops.

In 1952, when celebrated German-born British architectural historian Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, best known for his 46-volume county-by-county guides The Buildings of England came to West Hampstead, he wrote that the area was only worth visiting to see the great collection of Victorian churches, going as far as saying ‘the houses and streets require no notice…’

He was right about a lot of the country but he was most certainly wrong about that!

West Hampstead is a friendly, safe, down-to-earth sort of place and somewhat of a social hub. It retains a village feel with a Bohemian vibe and if you take a stroll down West End Lane, you’ll find some excellent restaurants, cafés, cosy pubs and bars from all over the world, quirky boutiques, delicatessens and bakeries and some very cool shops selling all sorts, including art, furniture, clothes and books. You are also minutes away from the vast expanse of Hampstead Heath, a big draw for any visitor to London.

west-end-lane

For these reason (and many others), we have acquired a fantastic property within walking distance of the Jubilee Line at West Hampstead as well as the overground station of the same name that will take you into central London in 10-15 minutes. Clickhere for the full details of these fantastic, newly-refurbished apartments, all furnished with fully fitted kitchens, large double beds and luxury bathrooms. They are perfect for tourists, corporate travellers, couples and families coming to London looking for a perfectly located apartment from where to explore our fantastic city!

west-hampstead

Call us TODAY on 020 8420 7666 or email info@euracom.co.uk to book your apartment in London for Christmas!

By Rob at 10 Dec 2015

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