Area Facts - St Johns Wood, London
St John’s Wood is a leafy district in Westminster. Affluent and residential, St John’s Wood has an overwhelmingly village feel with quiet, pretty streets and lots of green space. A stay in a St John’s Wood serviced apartment is sure to be relaxing and productive, and there are plenty of historical stories to learn about the area during your visit.
The legendary Abbey Road Recording Studios soared to fame with one notable alumni, The Beatles, who loved the studio so much that they named their 1969 album after it. There are often large Beatles fans eagerly awaiting their chance to imitate the iconic Abbey Road crosswalk album cover. The world's oldest scientific zoo, the London Zoo, is nearby to many apartments in St John’s Wood and is home to around 12,000 animals. The Lord's Cricket Ground in St. John's Wood is an iconic sportsground with many experience packages for fans to enjoy, and matches to watch.
You don't need to travel far while residing in a serviced apartment in St. John's Wood to enjoy top-notch dining. Soutine is a relaxed neighbourhood restaurant that draws its design cues from Paris' best boulevard cafés. From early until late, diners may enjoy a casual meal at this vintage French bistro. The Duke of York, Lemonia, and The Ivy Café are three other favourite eateries on St. John's Wood highstreet.