#Win Two Nights in a London Apartment with Go Native

Go Native Giveaway:

I’m a real fan of serviced apartments.  They often provide all the luxury of a hotel suite at a fraction of the price and with a lot more flexibility.  Of course it depends a bit on what you are looking for – but, if like me, you tend to spend your time in city centres out and about – eating, exploring and drinking away from the hotel, then a serviced apartment could be just the ticket.  And for small families they make a lot more sense too.
Go Native serviced apartment stratford

Now I love London and sometimes I forget just how lucky I am to be living here. I can pop out to the cinema and see pretty much any film I want to at any time of the day. There are free museums, great street entertainment and stunning architecture right on my doorstep. I want EVERYONE to love London as I do.  So I was thrilled when Go Native contacted me and offered two nights use of one of their apartments for a lucky London-Unattached reader.  What’s more, they are even throwing in a £50 VIP Westfield voucher (£50 of goods from Westfield shopping centres in Stratford or Shepherds Bush and a whole host of discounts too).

Go Native serviced apartment

You’ll be able to choose your apartment from their London locations (subject to availability). All you need to do is to turn up and enjoy yourself.

  • Hyde Park
  • Aldgate East
  • Stratford East
  • Oxford Street
  • Canary Wharf
  • Mayfair
  • Fulham Road

Go native Hyde Park

This is a FABULOUS prize for anyone from out of town.  And of course if like me you are a Londoner you could treat friends or relatives rather than subjecting them to the joys of a sofa bed as I tend to do.

The prize will be valid till the end of February – plenty of time to book and see a show or arrange some sale shopping! So do pop across to the Go Native Website and take a look at where you could be staying!

All I want you to do is to follow all the instructions and fill in the rafflecopter, leaving me a comment below to let me know how you’d make use of a short break in London if you won!

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  1. Donna Gilligan says

    I’d stay somewhere central like mayfair or Oxford street, and treat my daughter to a trip to the zoo, and as she’s been begging to go and see the queen (blame Peppa Pig), we’d have to go to Buckingham Palace too. I’d find time for a bit of shopping somewhere!

  2. Natasha D says

    I’d bring my mum down for the weekend, I’ve lived here for nearly two years and she’s still never been to stay over! So it would be afternoon tea and scones all the way…! x

  3. says

    As a Made In Chelsea fan I’d have to say Fulham Road! …It’s still accessible to central london, but slightly away from the hustle & bustle!

    Jen xx

  4. Brian says

    I’d like Hyde Park, a little bit of greenery just a short walk away from all the shopping, sites and entertainment of the Capital.

  5. Fiona K says

    Near Hyde Park because it is my favourite in the country – would go for a walk by the Serpentine, have Champagne afternoon tea and visit the Albert Hall – fantastic

  6. mark says

    we’d take our daughter to town and see the lights so it’ll be oxford street or mayfair. or just be naughty and leave her with nan and me and the missis have a nice little break.

  7. Nikki Brown says

    I would take my Boyfriend to Hyde Park for his Birthday for some sightseeing, good food & maybe a glass of wine or 5.

  8. Ilkem Mehmet says

    Crawford Street Serviced Apartments
    London, W1H

    So close to work – I would completely avoid the tube system for two days! What bliss

  9. nicodemus says

    – Just been writing to somebody about memories of when we lived just off Oxford Street, many years ago now….mostly sweet memories, some not so sweet. All with the great backdrop though of the West End and Bloomsbury, like wondering around a giant stage set. Would be wonderful to kick through the autumn leaves again around Russell Square and the back streets behind the museum – wonder if the cafe is still there. Then disappear again into the night blundering around Soho, laugh at bad films or be inspired by a good one, hop up rickety stairs to dark bars , or sip hot chocolate in the late-night cafe while watching the crowds streaming past. It’s funny to miss the crowds, but there’s nothing quite like that throb of energy and bustle and stories flashing around you as you wend your way Monopoly-style past GO and round again, waiting to see what comes up with the next roll of the dice…

  10. Gill McNamara says

    Amazing prize. I’d take my boys to Canary Wharf to see the iconic skyline and enjoy London’s many attractions!

  11. liz denial says

    I’d go to Liverpool as I love Albert Dock & all the Beatles stuff. I also used to live on Merseyside so could catch up with old friends

  12. Kathleen Marsden says

    I’d stay in Camden Road Apartments
    London, N7. It’s very close to relatives that I haven’t seen for years. Visit the while not imposing.

  13. Tracey Belcher says

    I love westfield shopping so I would really love to win the Stratford Stay and Shop til I Drop! BUT have somewhere nearby to drop :)

  14. Judy says

    I would probably choose Mayfair and just enjoy living like a Londoner for a couple of days, mostly just wandering and exploring.

  15. says

    These two nights would mean my brother and his family could come and spend Christmas with us in London. This can mean we take our kids to see the Christmas lights and Trafalgar Square Tree together for the first time. We are all forgoing all of our Christmas gifts from our families in lieu of money to pay for their airfares, so this would help so much for accommodation!!! Lovely giveaway, thank you for sharing!!!

  16. Cris Curran says

    I’d live to stay at the William IV in the West End of London so I could go see a West End musical and make it into an amazing weekend away! Fingers crossed!

  17. Samantha Steadman says

    All my best friends are in London from university and I only get to see them once or twice a year, so a swanky apartment where we could sip wine and catch up would be ideal! I would stay in Mayfair, as it was always my favourite on the Monopoly board, and I’d like to see if it lives up to my expectations 😉

  18. caroline matthews says

    Camden Market, Chinatown, The Tate, Thames Trip, a play at The Globe, Eating, drinking and generally having a “capital” time

  19. Rosalind Sargent says

    I would stay in Mayfair, do loads of shopping then have Afternoon tea, a West end Show and wine and Dine in the evening then back to the hotel to chill and reflect on the days activities and look forwards to the Morning for another fun packed Day

  20. Allan Smith says

    I would love to stay at the Hyde Park location just because its so close to Hyde Park! I love walking around there and feeding the little squirrels.

  21. Neil Lumbers says

    love Oxford street or Canary Wharf…oxford street as it would be nice to look out the window and watch the people scurrying about

  22. Karen Nagle says

    I’d love to stay in Mayfair so that hubby and I could be a short stroll away from Marble Arch and the Bond Street shops.

  23. Emma Wells says

    Hyde Park. A trip in to covent garden see if theres any street entertainers, a few cocktails at maxwells, then off to leicester square to try and get cheaper theatre tickets from the booth in the square. Theatre, dinner. Phew, exhausted! Next day will have to relax with some retail therapy!

  24. J. Tingay says

    I’d choose Stratford East because I like Ilford and the view from the higher floors looks awesome. Hopefully there would be a good concert or show during the visit and of course, some shopping at Westfield Stratford.

  25. Ren W says

    I’d love to take hubby to stay near Hyde Park, great walking opportunities and not too far from the hustle and bustle either. A great little getaway.

  26. c barnett says

    It would be sheer luxury, just chilling out and enjoying a change of scene. A much needed mini holiday :)
    My daughters could see Chelsea and then we could tour the flea markets, have a civilised afternoon tea and maybe hit the West End in the evening to spot the stars (you can but hope) and soak up the atmosphere (plus all those yummy Chinese restaurants)
    Wouldn’t matter where we stayed, really, thanks to the Tube!

  27. says

    I;d like to stay in the Phoenix house ones and then wander around kings road, maybe go to the Saatchi gallery and have afternoon tea at Beas of Bloomsbury, Kings Road

  28. Aimee says

    I would treat my partner to a break away around Hyde park somewhere where we can have wintery morning walks to see the sites and then divert to do some shopping before a lovely meal out!

  29. Paul Scotland says

    I would love to stay at the Mayfair apartments – I would then be able to take my son to watch the Lion King. Being so Central allows me to manoeuvre the underground as he is scared.

  30. steve says

    Aldgate East. I live close by, so it’d the perfect opportunity to host a family weekend (my flat’s too small for all of us). My brother, his wife and their two boys could stay in the flat; Mum could stay with me.

  31. Paula Hambly says

    Love to take my partner to aldgate east and go on the Jack the Ripper tour and have a good wander around whitechapel! That would be amazing

  32. Laura Oxley says

    Sussex Gardens, London, W2 – I would love to stay near Hyde Park, early morning walks in the park with a coffee can’t be beaten.

  33. Richard S says

    i would choose the gloucester park apartments and spend my time in the V&A museum and then window shop in the kensington antique markets,

  34. Jane Green says

    Hyde park, as even though you are right in the city, there is a country feel to it too! I’d shop, see a show and shop some more.

  35. Julie Booth says

    Hyde Park as so central to everywhere. We love walking around London so a walk to the V&A, a touch of shopping especially at Libertys and possibly a trip to the Tate if time.

  36. Richard Burwood says

    Great Prize, I’d literally enjoy walking from one end to another of london enjoying the sights and sounds.

  37. richard southwell says

    Hyde Park – it would give a central location for all the activities that my family like ie the zoo,museums,shopping

  38. Jane wilson says

    Hyde park as its so close to Oxford street and Knightsbridge. I could shop there and then head to Westfield and shop some more

  39. Suzanne says

    Camden would be perfect for me- close enough to go to the football at Tottenham then back to Camden for drinks at the Hawley Arms then clubbing at the Underworld. Also within easy reach of shopping at Oxford Circus :)

  40. Robin Chesser says

    I’d choose The Mayfair to stay at, it’s luxurious and in London’s ultimate post code. That would be great since when in England we stay with a friend in Chiswick and it gets to be a bit cramped. The Mayfair is close to the Marble Arch and Bond Street underground station making it a breeze to get around and explore London.

  41. LINDSEY CLARK says

    In London, Id choose 10 Lees Place in Mayfair W1 because its central to everything and would be close to Hyde Park for the Christmas Markets & Fun Fair. If it could be anywhere though, definately Edinburgh in Lauriston Street Apartments as I find Edinburgh a magical place and it is close to the Royal Mile and the Castle.

  42. Rachel Smith says

    stay somewhere central like mayfair and shop till I drop with afternoon tea and a show! I would love to go to the Christmas winter wonderland too!

  43. charlotte clavier says

    Lauriston Apartments in Edinburgh. Id like to go up there for new years cause no one celebrates new years like the scots. Id love to visit Edinburgh castle & go shopping on princes street too

  44. charlotte clavier says

    Apart from my above comment about staying in Edinburgh which id love to do, lol. For this comp id love to stay at either Hyde park or Oxford Street. Both would be fab to explore the stores on oxford street. Or a bus ride to nearby kensington high st or westfield london. Strolling along portobello road or hop to camden market. Or spend a quiet afternoon milling about in kensington gardens looking at the statue of peter pan. Id love to do all that :) xx

  45. Charlotte Ingham says

    I’d like to stay in the West End somewhere, perhaps the Maddox Street Apartments, so we could go and see a show!

  46. Ann Chapman says

    Lees Place in Mayfair would be perfect – we would visit Harrods before Christmas to see the lights and then take in a show.

  47. natalie holland says

    I was born and raised in London but haven’t lived there for nearly a decade and rarely get the opportunity to go back, now living in Yorkshire. I’d love to stay in an apartment in Chelsea, as it’s packed with fab shops and restaurants, plenty to keep us occupied for an indulgent break away!

  48. angela sandhu says

    I like the look of this one Phoenix House Serviced Apartments London, SW1X

    Even though I live in London, I don’t take advantage of what is around me so this would be the perfect opportunity to do that.

  49. Pamela Chang says

    Go Native Hyde Park would be perfect for us as it’s very central and I’ve always wanted to visit the Winter Wonderland!

  50. Herbert Appleby says

    somewhere over looking hyde park and not to far from Oxford street so my wife and 2yo daughter and I can see the lights and window shop

  51. katrina walsh says

    It would have to be the exclusive Mayfair and top of my list of things to do would be to watch Charlie and the chocolate factory in the west end

  52. kevin smith says

    Plaza on the River Serviced Apartments – anywhere with a river view would be amazing! Would take in a few galleries, bit of shopping, dinner and a show

  53. Maggie Osborn says

    Thorney Court, hopefully enjoy some views and then do lots of sightseeing, and some walking in Kensington Gardens.

  54. Becky John says

    Crawford Street Serviced Apartments
    Have got tickets, for Madame Tussauds, Ripleys Museum and Thames Cruise, taking the children during half term, would also like to see a show as it will be their first time.

  55. Stephanie Whitehouse says

    Go Native Aldgate East, so I could do some ancestor hunting and photograph, graves, houses and marriage places

  56. Stacey akers says

    I would love to stay neat hyde park to go to winter wonderland with the family. My husband was in the army for 13 years and we hardly saw him he left 2 years ago. The time we spend together always feels good and precious. Thus would be amazing xx

  57. Mike Amis says

    I’d like to stay in Algate East because its perfect for the City and I would like to explore this part of London more fully.

  58. says

    It would have to be Mayfair or Hyde Park so I could easily do a tour of the Chocolate Shops but also be close to a good sized park for early morning walks before breakfast – how fabulous would that be.

  59. Sarah Forrester says

    Would be so nice to stay in an apartment for a change – whenever I visit London I either stay in a hotel or travel back late – how lovely to be able to have a home from home to come back to !

  60. Patricia Owen says

    I would be happy to stay in any of the apartments and visit as many of the famous sights as I could after taking a leisurely walk along the South Bank. I have a book that describes the points of interest along the South Bank and I would enjoy ticking each one in the list as seen in person.

  61. Ellie says

    Hyde Park would be a great base. I would go for walks in the lovely park, visit Harvey Nics & Harrods, treat myself to lunch in one of the many nice restaurants, go see a show, and generally just enjoy staying in a very nice part of the city!

  62. kelly says

    I would stay on Mayfair, its really lovely there. we stayed in the Mayfair hotel last year :) would be great to go back! :)

  63. claire woods says

    I’d stay near Knightsbridge, as it’s a posh area. A trip to Harrods is a must. I’d like to go see all the sights too.

  64. Denise Whiskin says

    Mayfair or Hyde Park depending on what we were in the mood for (and the long term weather forecast at the time of booking)

  65. kim mayhead says

    Sussex Gardens as it is so near to Hyde Park, we could walk around there all day , its one of my favourite places.

  66. jessica agyin says

    i want to stay somewhere central like mayfair or Oxford street so i can go to theater shows and have a romantic time with my boyfriend

  67. jonono says

    This is torture – it’s like being offered a box of delectable hand made chocolates and being told you can only choose one. Who wouldn’t want to stay in Mayfair, Oxford Street or Canary Wharf just to pretend for a few hours…. However, if I had to choose it would have to be Hyde Park as I would love to take my family to the Tate to check out the new staircase and see if it really does look like a cheesegrater!

  68. Rachael Barratt says

    We’ve never been to London before so something nice and busy like Oxford Street would be cool, and we’d do all the touristy stuff :)

  69. Melissa Wash says

    I’d love to stay at Mayfair and live like I’ve never lived before for a couple of days with my other half! Hit the shops at Westfield then back for a realaxing bath before heading out for a beautiful meal somewhere a bit plush :o) The next day I’d like to spend wandering the streets and taking in London and its glorious buildings and finish it off with another lovely meal and a West end show followed by a great nigghts sleep :o)

  70. Karl Foxley says

    I’d stay at Go Native Stratford East with my partner as we are both from London but do not often get back there and all of our Facebook friends rave about the new Stratford Westfield so would love to spend the day shopping :)

  71. gemma clark says

    I would love to stay at Go Native Mayfair for afternoon tea at harrods. My mum did this on her 18th birthday and it is one of her favourite memories. I am taking her to see Dirty Dancing in London for her birthday in january so this would be somewhere to stay before a shopping trip to Stratford the next day 😉

  72. says

    It would be Canary Wharf for me – love the city! I’d use it as an excuse to try some of the London restaurants we’ve been wanting to try for ages…and we’d fit in some sale shopping, of course!

  73. becca staples says

    Would love to stay near Oxford street. Fit in afternoon tea, shopping and general site seeing. Would be fab x

  74. jessica newman says

    I would say Hyde park I love the hard rock cafe and i’d take my family to maddame tussauds and the london aquarium and on a sightseeing tour of london, I love london and my son’s never been so he would love it

  75. Debbie Louise Davies says

    I would love to seya in London City at the Calico House Serviced apartments, we was planning going to Madame Tussauds in January, always wanted to go! xx



  77. ria anderson says

    I’d like to stay at oxford street and treat my sister to a girls day shopping, eating drinking and ending with a show

  78. Frances Hallgate says

    Myself and my niece are Made In Chelsea fans so a stay around Fulham Road would be great. I would spend time exploring London as I have only ever been once before and treating her as she has been having a tough time and deserves it :-)

  79. Claire Appleton says

    I would love to stay in Mayfair with my best friend and do some celeb spotting, I have never been to London before so what better way to go for the first time 😉

  80. Rachael farley says

    I’d stay somewhere central such as Tower Bridge. I love History and would love to visit the Tower of London and have a boat ride down the Thames. Id take my lovely boyfriend with me who has just graduated with a 1st class hons degree – he studied so hard and whilst working full time. He has a friend in London who he hasn’t seen for a while. If i won this prize i’d arrange to meet his friend as a surprise.

  81. Lynn Savage says

    I’d like to stay in the GoNative Mayfair and pop round to The Chesterfield for afternoon tea, it’s the best.

  82. BEKI LACY says

    I would stay at Thorney Court in Chelsea and have a fun packed day in London then chill in absolute luxury in the evening!

  83. Paul Witney says

    I like to stay somewhere near Hyde Park as it’s nice and quiet but still within walking distance of shopping and West End

  84. Claire Butler says

    Not knowing london id say Stratford East as my sister is in Queen Mary’s and i know she always at Westfield Stratford. So love to go see her

  85. Ray Fielding says

    I would love to win this so that I could see a show , go to a few restaurants and generally sample the London life.

  86. Georgia Keogh says

    I like the look of the Fraser Suite in Kensington.

    I’d probably visit friends in London, drag DH around the Tate and maybe go to the Harry Potter Studios while we were down that way 😀

  87. Andrea Williams says

    I would stay at the College Street apartment and do all the things I promised I would do one day in London. Visit Tate Modern, see a show, go shopping, go to Tower Bridge, have a posh meal out …

  88. georgina sudron says

    canary wharf would be nice i would like to go on the london eye as i havent been on it also do a spot of shopping in some of the nicest boutiques also a lovely meal in a nice restaurant overlooking the river thames

  89. Raych Bonness says

    I would love to stay at the Go Native Oxford Street / Regent’s Park so I could shop and then also do touristy things too!

  90. Penny Ford says

    Eden Square Liverpool, L3 . I love Liverpool. I would like to go to the Cavern Club, National Gallery, Science Museum and down to the docks

  91. Toni W says

    I’d love to stay in Mayfair with my Mum. We would browse Harrods and Harvey Nicks and dream about what we would buy in there if we won the lottery! :) Later on we would share a bottle of wine while we watch the world go by, then end the day by going to see a west end show in the evening. Perfect! :)

  92. Eliza Wilder says

    Go to the theatre – I have an endless list of shows I’d like to see… then go shopping, some pampering, and out in Soho and Chinatown for dinner. I’m a born Londoner but moved out a few years ago, so I would go back to all my old haunts and see old friends too!

  93. Sheila Glass says

    For my 70th Birthday, where better to celebrate than my favourite city in the world – London. I would stay at the Home London Paddington Go Native Hyde Park Go Native Mayfair – Premium Collection – why not the best!
    Being close to Marble arch, I would spend the day shopping on Oxford Street, then go for a manicure & pedicure at Nails Inc, on South Molton Street. Hop on the bus with my pensioners bus pass and Have a lovely Birthday lunch at One Great George Street in Westminster – Yum! Go for a stroll and walk off my lunch in Hyde Park, then go back to my lovely apartment and get ready to party at nearby clubs Aura or Mahiki in Mayfair. One is never too old to party! – Thanks for the Giveaway!

  94. Nicola Lynch says

    I’d love to stay in Go Native Mayfair. I’d explore the city by day, then go for a pre-theatre meal followed by a trip to see Matilda the musical. This would be fantastic to win!

  95. Natalie Gillham says

    I would choose exactly what you are offering as a prize, as I love london but have yet to explore all of my city :)

  96. Linda Hill says

    No form has come up on my screen to enter the competition but I would love to visit London as I have never been!

  97. Cara newton says

    Hyde park and I would love to do an open top bus tour ride around all the sites. A west end theatre brake and stroll in Trafalgar sq at night when the fountains are all lit up and tower bridge.

  98. maggie fawcett says

    I would stay at oxford street-nice and central- and would visit an art gallery-depending what was on-and do a little shopping!

  99. anita says

    Anywhere in London would be fantastic. Our children have never been and we’d make the most of being down there to show them the sights, take them to Mme Tussaud’s, Tower of London, Natural History Museum, Big Ben, London Eye, etc…. :-)

  100. Sarah Cooper says

    Lees Place in Mayfair as we could combine a visit to Harrods with visiting my sister who has recently moved to London.

  101. Gary Topley says

    Mayfair would be nice, very upmarket surrounded by shops, would be lovely. Thankyou for the competition. ‘Merry Christmas’

  102. Katie Walker says

    I would like to stay in Mayfair go and see the British museum the national history etc. We also have friends in London that we would love to meet up with

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