Light your fire at Monument
Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4
A selection of 1 bedroom serviced apartments located in a quiet pedestrian street in the heart of the City of London. The apartments are all fully serviced and all have open plan fitted kitchens onto the reception room with sofa bed. They have a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and modern tiled bathrooms. They have small multi-channel digital TV's, DVD players, and all are provided with a wireless broadband internet connection. The apartments, located next to Monument in the City of London, have modern, comfortable furnishings and have been finished to provide all that you will require to move straight in.
The apartments location is ideal for relocating City employees. These serviced apartments are situated moments from one of London's most famous historic landmarks. The Monument, built in 1666 to commemorate the Great Fire of London, you will be right in the centre of the bustling City of London. Local attractions include St Paul's Cathedral and just a short stroll over the new Millenium Bridge is the renowned Tate Modern gallery. There are also plenty of local shops, cafes, bars and restaurants to keep you entertained.
Extra charges apply for sofa bed, baby cot and out of office hours arrivals.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Brighton 60 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: London Heathrow Airport 30 km, Nearest railway: Monument Tube Station 100 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Further details indoors|
Standard One Bedroom Apartment:
These serviced apartments are located next to Monument, in the City of London and all have open plan reception rooms with dining area and sofa bed. The fitted kitchens open onto the reception rooms. Fully serviced, the apartments offer a separate double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and modern tiled bathrooms.
Executive One Bedroom Apartment:
The executive one bedroom serviced apartment is slightly larger than the standard apartment and has superior furnishings with dark wood floors and stylish, modern decor throughout. The reception room has a very large plasma screen TV, two sofa beds and a large dining table. This fully serviced apartment in the City of London also offers an open plan fully fitted kitchen, a large bathroom with a shower over the bath and a double bedroom with plenty of storage.
All apartments are fully serviced once weekly including linen and towel change.
On booking the client will be asked to complete and sign a credit card authorisation form and to provide a copy of photographic ID, either passport, driving licence or photo ID card.
The South East England region
Whether you arrive in London by tube, by train, inside one of the city's ubiquitous black cabs or on the top of a double decker bus, you'll immediately realise that although this city has been around for nearly 2000 years and has a deep sense of history, it retains a youthful exuberance and unique vibrancy that's hard to beat.
Today's London promises something for everyone and almost inevitably, it delivers. There are unmissable galleries and museums, most of which, amazingly, are completely free, as well as a treasure trove of unique and quirky hidden gems which are just waiting to be discovered. Don't forget either, that the glorious parks and gardens covering this greenest of capital cities are also free to explore, and we haven't yet touched on music, theatre or the arts, much less the astounding array of shopping opportunities, or the resurgence in British gastronomy with no less than 5 Michelin starred restaurants to chose from... need we go on!
So come to London and no matter what the weather, sun, rain, wind, snow (and you might get all of them in one day)... it doesn't matter - you're going to love it!
To try to help you make sense of this mega-city we've put together some guides on the different areas you could visit and have suggested some places we think you might find interesting, but we'd love to hear your suggestions as well so please let us know if you think we've missed a real treat!
Central London/Zone 1
The City of London is the historic centre around which modern London grew and the City’s boundaries have remained virtually unchanged since the Middle Ages.
It’s now just a tiny part of the vast metropolis that is greater London and is often referred to as the City or the Square Mile, because geographically it is just over one square mile in area.
The United Kingdom's financial services industry has historically been based here and in the medieval period, the City was the full extent of London. The City today remains a major business and financial centre.
The City has a resident population of around 10,000, but around 330,000 people work there, mainly in the financial services sector, while the legal profession has a strong presence in the west of the City, especially in the Temple and Chancery Lane areas.
The City has many visitor attractions, as well as a host of characterful pubs, bars and restaurants, and there is a lively nightlife in the Bishopsgate area, towards Shoreditch. The meat market at Smithfield is one of London's main markets and the country's largest meat market. In the east of the City is Leadenhall Market, a fresh food market that is also a visitor attraction.
Fire, bombing and post-war redevelopment has meant that the City, despite its incredible history, has relatively few intact historic structures remaining, however the Monument to the Great Fire of London (also known just as "the Monument"), The Sir Christopher Wren designed St Paul's Cathedral, the Guildhall and the Royal Exchange are notable exceptions.
Dr. Johnson's House, Mansion House, 2 King's Bench Walk and Prince Henry's Room are notable historic survivors of heavy bombing of the Temple area, which has largely been rebuilt to its historic form. A few small sections of the Roman London Wall exist, near the Tower of London and also in the Barbican area.
The Tower of London is not strictly within the City, but is a wonderful attraction to the southeast of the City.
Other landmark buildings include a number of modern high-rise buildings such as The Gherkin, Heron Tower and Tower 42 as well as the more low-rise Bank of England, the law courts of the Old Bailey and the innovative Lloyd's insurance building.
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27 Jun 2014
"decent stay, noisy neighbors"
I was a return customer and expected "loyalty reward." Rather, I was given the apartment above the bar. It was noisy and the apartment was like a walled space above the street. The living area was rather tight. The neighbor across the alley was in your face, kind of. The convenience of this place to public transport and easy shopping is its selling point.
First of all, Thank You for being a returning customer. Up to date we've not been made aware that the Family restaurant located downstairs from the apartment you stayed in was a problem as it closes at 9pm during week days and 4pm on a Saturday - We will be looking into this. I'm afraid we don't have a loyalty card scheme in place however we've recently introduced a discount code for returning customers – I will be emailing this over to you shortly. We're glad to hear that you found the location of the apartment convenient, based in the heart of the London, City. We hope to welcome you back soon. Thank you for your feedback.
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Marietjie Perrett (Property Manager Prestige Apartment Services)
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