Ref. 15837 - This comfortable third floor flat of 50m2 (without lift) is located amongst the main sites of London, just 5 minutes from Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace to name a few. If you wish to see a musical while in London, this property is on the door step of the Theatre District offering a wide choice of award winning shows. Don't miss Covent Garden and all its unique artisan shops only a 5 minute walk away. If you are a night owl, take a stroll up to Soho, where you will find a large choice of trendy restaurants and nightclubs.
This contemporary apartment includes a spacious living room with double sofa bed, single sofa bed and flat screen TV. The kitchen is equipped with an oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer, washing machine and all you need for preparing your meals. There is a dining table for enjoying dinner at home with your family and friends.
The bedroom disposes a double bed, bed side table, and wardrobe for storing your belongings. In the bathroom is a large bath for relaxing after a long day of shopping, along with a wash basin and WC.
The apartment is equipped with free WIFI internet access.
This modern apartment is situated in a historic residence said to be built for Queen Victoria's officers who worked close by at Watergate where the Queen would embark the River Thames. Located in a quiet cul de sac, this flat offers the advantage of being in the heart of everything, yet in a serene place away from the traffic and high energy streets of London.
An ideal base to be to make the most out of your London trip!
For group bookings, you will be interested to know that this property owner has other apartments available in this residence. See references (15836, 15838 and 15839).
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: London City Airport 12.46 km, Nearest railway: London Victoria Station 2.21 km|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Cots (1)|
Check in from 4pm
Check out at 10am
For late check in after 10pm, there is an extra charge of 20 GBP
A cot can be made available on request at no extra charge
An extra bed is available upon request for an extra charge of 20 GBP
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Highlights: Soho, Westminster, Covent Garden, Piccadilly Circus
Getting around: Six Underground lines: Victoria, Central/ Piccadilly line to Heathrow Apt./Victoria, Circle and District line to Victoria Station/ in Russell Square Bus Line A2 Heathrow/from Kings Cross Station trains to Luton Airport
Why stay: Many venues and restaurants, Gay Friendly/Lots of Museums and places of interest
Description: This part of the city saw the growth of what is today one of the most avant-garde capital cities in Europe, and which has exported its cultural and linguistic model very successfully all over the world.
The River Thames has been a silent spectator to numerous different civilizations: the Ancient Britons who built the original foundations of the city in the area today known as Covent Garden, followed by the rule of the Vikings who were then conquered by the Romans to finally open the way for the Anglo-Saxons.
After the Industrial Revolution and the decline of rural activity the profile of the city changed quite drastically. The city centre is currently much more spacious than in the Middle Ages and includes the famous districts of the West End, Soho and the aforementioned Covent Garden.
These areas are particularly famous for their entertainment and include theatres, museums, shops, and most particularly in Covent Garden, numerous street artists. The West End and Soho are the most famous leisure and shopping areas and include Trafalgar Square, Oxford Street (the most famous shopping street in the world), whilst Soho is known worldwide as being home to the largest gay community in London. Piccadilly is an important and elegant thoroughfare located with the unique Piccadilly Circus to the east and Hyde Park Corner to the west.