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All you need to know about the United Kingdom

The United Kingdom's national flag and the city of London
Country Facts - United Kingdom

Serviced apartments in the UK are spread across the four countries which make up this island nation: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. With a population of over 68 million, the UK is a crucial player in worldwide culture, politics, and commerce. Contributing to a wide range of sectors, the UK has been at the forefront of societal advancements for centuries. From medicine to machine manufacturing, the United Kingdom is regarded by many as a global superpower.

The UK has always been one step ahead of the game, and modern-day life in the UK is constantly shifting towards a better and brighter future. Installed in 2008, the UK’s government introduced The Climate Change Act which highlighted Britain’s approach to reducing carbon emissions and preparing for climate change. In recent years, the Net Zero Programme has been established which seeks to cut greenhouse gas emissions to as close to zero as possible.

With such an abundance of cities and regions across the four countries, there is a wide range of UK serviced accommodation options.

Key Facts

  • Capital: London
  • Population: 68 million
  • Currency: Pound sterling (£) (GBP)
  • Language: English (UK)
  • Dominant religion: Christianity
  • Time Zone: (UTC ± 0)
  • Main Exports: Precious metals, Machinery, Oil
  • Internet Domain: .uk
  • International Dial Code: +44

Information about the UK 

Serviced apartments in the UK are scattered across the 48 counties that make up the UK, the largest county being Yorkshire which is ranges across 3,700,00 acres of land. With 51 cities and over 900 towns, UK apartments are as widespread as they are varied.

After the Kingdom of England was formed in 927, it took over eight centuries to create the union between all four countries. Ireland was the last country to join the union in 1800. However, the republic of Ireland gained its independence in 1922, leaving six of its northern counties to the UK, forming Northern Ireland. The UK four capital cities, London, Edinburgh, Cardiff, and Belfast entice thousands of tourists every year which helps to fuel the UK’s every growing economy.

Staying in UK serviced accommodation provides the opportunity to learn about the UK’s notorious vast and complex history that spans back to the Roman Invasion of AD 43. Since then, the UK has battled through a range of historical periods with many monarchs, wars, and historical events that have shaped the UK into what it is today.

The UK owes most of its modern advancements to the industrial revolution which propelled Britain to the forefront of societal development. Many of the cities that host serviced apartments in the UK became hubs for key sectors. For instance, Birmingham was the first manufacturing town in the world, producing the first working steam engine and the anchor of the Titanic in the Black Country. Head up North, and Manchester was at the heart of the industrial revolution when the city became the UK’s leading producer of cotton and textiles. The first industrialised city in the world, the city was responsible for the first ever working canal in 1761, and the first ever railway line in 1830.

Things to do in the UK

With so much to do, there is never a dull moment when staying in UK apartments. London, the capital of England, is home to a plethora of attractions, landmarks, important buildings, and institutions. From the houses of parliament to St. Paul’s Cathedral, London is famous for its extensive history. The city is littered with parks, world class museums, art galleries, and markets that make up a small percentage of the sights that London has to offer. However, the capital is not to overshadow the rest of the UK.

Over the years, the UK has contributed considerably to literature, theatre, film, and music. With an abundance of homemade talents, the UK boosts a range of theatres, cinemas, and music venues, just a heartbeat away from serviced apartments in the UK.  Away from the performing arts, the UK is renowned for its sporting prowess. Whether it is cricket or football, tennis or rugby, there are many sports stadiums and arenas throughout the four countries. Staying in UK serviced accommodation away from the towns and cities provides access to the wide display of natural beauty that the countries have to offer. The UK is home to 15 national parks which illustrate Britain’s beautiful wildlife.

Transport in the UK

The UK is connected by an extensive railway network making travel quick and easy when staying in UK apartments. The government is constantly pushing towards a sustainable future for travel. In recent times the UK government has provided over £150m to support vital bus and light rail services across the country. As well as improvements to bus services, there are constant changes and improvements to rail services. Currently the new HS2 rail link is under construction and set to connect London to Birmingham directly. This rail line is due to open between 2029 and 2033 and will cost anything between £72bn to £98bn.

Within the UK’s capital city there are 272 tube stations dotted around the area providing reliable and efficient travel. As a tourist hub, there are a multitude of airports spread across the UK. The UK’s biggest airport is London Heathrow; however, it is closely followed by London Gatwick and Manchester Airport. Aside from public transport, when staying in UK serviced accommodation there are also many taxi services that will provide adequate journey possibilities. 

Why choose a serviced apartment in the UK with SilverDoor?

SilverDoor’s UK Serviced apartments provide all the necessary facilities needed for a business trip, providing the comfort of a private rental and the services traditionally associated with hotels. Our extensive portfolio of UK apartments offers a variety of spaces that are tailored to your business travel needs. With sleeping, cooking, eating, relaxing, and working areas designated in each property, our serviced apartments in the UK provide home comforts, and depending on the property type and location, additional facilities can include on-site fitness centres, conference rooms, on-site bars, and parking.

What is a serviced apartment?

With 20 years of experience in the industry, 320,000 serviced apartments worldwide, and presence in 110 countries, SilverDoor has finessed the art of matching serviced accommodation to their clients. Our 5-Star Trustpilot rating highlights the impeccable customer service that our team provides around the clock. Operating 24 hours a day, with offices based all over the world, our team is always available to answer any queries one may have while staying in our UK serviced accommodation, or anywhere else in the world.