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- Exclusive - ****
- 700 sq.ft.
- Dish Washer
- LCD/Plasma TV
- Free Internet - WIFI
- Satellite / Cable TV
- Dryer Machine
- Private Car Parking
With timeless décor and contemporary furnishing, our Monument serviced apartments will make you feel like you’re at home in no time. Exposed brickwork and hardwood flooring throughout will add style to your comfort and amenities such as flat-screen TVs throughout our spacious lounge areas with inviting views over London will provide you the right space to relax and unwind. You’ll be able to stock all your favourite foods and drinks in your fully fitted kitchen and also to entertain at your leisure if and when you wish.
Conveniently located in the heart of the “Square Mile”, all your heart’s desires are within walking distance. One New Change, a newly opened shopping centre located by St. Paul’s Cathedral, is just down the street from your apartment, ready to provide you with all daily necessities from casuals to couture, open seven days a week. If you prefer to explore London’s nightlife you’re ideally positioned just a short cab ride away from the hip club scenes of Hoxton and Shoreditch. All things considered, Monument Serviced Apartments provide the best choice for discerned visitors to London, who want to get the best out of the capital during their stay.
The City of London, the very heart of business in the UK, will transport you back to Dickensian London with its historic architecture and hidden alleyways, while buzzing with life and activity. If you want to elaborate on days gone by, try a Jack-The-Ripper tour of the East End, which conveniently starts every evening at Tower Gateway station at 7pm. Another way to kick-start a fun-filled weekend is to just cross over London Bridge, indulge in an international breakfast at Borough market and check out the latest exhibit at the nearby Tate Modern. You can turn your day into a full, cultural outing by seeing the latest productions at the Mernier Chocolate Factory – one of the most cutting-edge stages in London. And with plenty of international cuisine around, why not try something unusual, such as an urban wine tasting at VINOPOLIS or Turkish pizzas at TAS?
The London Monument is located literally at your doorstep; this memorial was built to mark the Great Fire of London in 1666. Indeed, the whole area is marked by a mix of historic buildings, which mostly are still used as functional powerhouses today (such as the Bank of England) and modern structures, which have recently turned the skyline of London into a testament to world-class architecture (such as the Shard and the Gherkin). Our serviced apartments in the middle of these two worlds provide an ideal starting point to link the present to the past. With the London Underground a few steps away, you can connect much further afield and explore the entire city with great ease. The Tube will put you within walking distance of all major London weekend markets as well, be it Spitalfields, Camden or Portobello. From vintage to vindaloo, there’s something for every taste in London’s traditional (and not-so traditional) markets.