Serviced Apartments in London for Snoop Dogg
Be sure to book your London serviced apartment early if you’re planning on seeing the one and only Snoop Dog play at The O2 Arena, as people are sure to be booking en masse to enjoy their crib for their stay. After a successful trip to London earlier in the year, old Snoopy will be returning to the UK and will be playing in London on Friday 7th October. So if you missed him the first time round, or you just want to see him again, get snooping down to the O2 Arena once you’ve booked your London accommodation.
Snoop Dogg is an internationally acclaimed American rapper, record producer, actor and entertainer. His real name is ‘Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr.’ not quite as catchy as ‘Snoop Dogg.’ He burst on to the scene in 1993 under Death Row Records and the tutelage of Dr. Dre and has released 11 top selling albums in that time, making millions along the way. Fans looking to buy tickets for his upcoming show can expect them to sell out very quickly indeed; you would be barking mad to just turn up on the day and expect tickets for the Dogg. Ever since he broke onto the scene he has been at the forefront of the rap game and continues to be today, so if you want to see this genuine master of rhythm and rhyme live in London, then make sure you get your paws on some tickets as soon as you can and prepare for a very special night with the one and only Snoop Doggy Dogg.
While Sir Snoop of Dogg is staying in London, it is unlikely he will be looking for a budget hotel. Unless he is staying over in his motorhome-travel-coach thing, you know the ones that rock bands and pop stars travel around in, then he will be surely looking for a luxury serviced apartment in London. There are plenty of great serviced apartment options to sink your teeth into that will provide all the luxury of a hotel room, yet the space and comfort of your own home. There are a good number of penthouse apartment options in the city also, so you’ll be sure to be wagging your tail all the way home from the gig knowing what you’ll be going back to if you book one.