London Serviced Apartments when visiting the Museum of Everything

In September and October 2011 the Orchard and Oxford Street windows of Selfridges, the world famous department store, will be the Museum of Everything, a large scale contemporary art project which will have over 200 art drawings, paintings and sculptures from progressive art studios from all over the world. The exhibition is titled ‘#4’ or ‘number four’ and will be the largest project ever to take over the popular department store. There will be exhibitions all along the streets in the shop windows as well as a large one inside Selfridges.

The project champions some of the very best from untrained and unexhibited artists from across the UK and even farther afield. There is also a dynamic programme of events running alongside the show as well as all the complex, unique and never before seen works of art that will be showing. The exhibition opens on Friday 2nd September and runs till Tuesday 25th October, so you’ve got plenty of time to get down and have a look around, especially as admission is free, so there’s no excuses not to get involved.

There are so many accommodation options in London that it can be sometimes difficult to know where to start or know what the standards and prices are. There are hundreds of cheap, chain, luxury and boutique hotels in London to choose from as well as many serviced apartments options around the capital. London serviced apartments are becoming an increasingly popular accommodation option for people visiting London, and if you’re down to see the Museum of Everything, then getting a serviced apartment in London could be a great option for you.

Serviced City Pads have a great range of serviced apartments in London located in all areas. In a serviced apartment you get the option of self-catering which gives you much more flexibility for your stay as well as having lots more space than an equivalent hotel room as you have the use of a whole apartment rather than just the 4 walls of a hotel room.