This stunning apartment has a brilliant balcony overlooking the Thames, it is the perfect place to relax after a busy day exploring the magical sights of London. Enjoy the two fantastic king-sized beds, and modern bathrooms, as well as a fully equipped kitchen so you can enjoy a lovely home cooked meal. Here, you will undoubtedly have an unforgettable stay.
With french doors leading onto a peaceful balcony, a comfy sofa, and wide screen TV featuring Netflix, YouTube and iPlayer, the living area will make you feel right at home. The open plan design leads into the stylish kitchen, which is decked out with all the mod cons you could ever need, to make your stay as easygoing as possible! Why not whip up a quick meal in the kitchen and serve it on the dining table?
Both bedrooms have a fantastic king sized bed to make for a comfy night's sleep. The first bedroom has floor-to-ceiling windows and mirror, an en-suite bathroom, and tasteful art complementing the minimalist design. The second bedroom has beautiful, classy decor, a mirror, and is supplied with lots of natural light. My cleaners place fresh, hotel-quality linen and towels on your bed prior to arrival.
Both bathrooms are well designed, with great quality fittings. The first bathroom has a great quality walk-in shower, whilst the second bathroom has a roomy bathtub with a shower.
Located to give you one of the most iconic views in the world, the balcony overlooks the Thames river, and shows you an incredible skyline of central London. It's the perfect place to dine outside on a warm British summer's evening.
Guests will have access to the entire property during their stay.
Interaction with guests
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Taking international trendsetting to new extremes, the world sets its watch to Greenwich Mean Time. Greenwich not only establishes the benchmark for global time keeping, it’s also home to architectural splendour, forested parks, rich maritime history, and popular antiques markets. Victorian and Georgian buildings lend the neighbourhood a rustic opulence, while the ships docked along its southeast London banks serve as an ever-present reminder of Greenwich’s nautical inclinations.
The London Eye: 35 minutes by tube and train
The Tower of London: 30 minutes on the tube
Heathrow International Airport: 100 minutes by bus and tube
Gatwick International Airport: 95 minutes by tube and train
Kings Cross: 45 minutes on the tube
National Gallery: 45 minutes by tube and train
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