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The interior photos are from a model apartment in the building. The model apartment is representative of both the quality and style of apartments offered at this location. Description, floor plan and photos are for reference purposes only. Actual apartment’s dimensions, layouts and furniture may vary.
Take in a bit of historic London in once the shipping capital of the world, Canary Wharf. Stay in this one bedroom fully serviced vacation rental on Lanterns Way and Lincoln Plaza in this modern building. This apartment embraces the soft overcast skies with floor-to-ceiling windows and light interiors which feeds on the energy of this bustling city.
The unique open layout in this vacation rental has a very industrial, contemporary atmosphere. The accommodation is furnished with natural materials like black leather, chrome, hardwood floors, and breezy white cottons. The kitchen is fully equipped with a peninsula countertop and new stainless steel appliances. Also including the large windows, cooking is made to be an exciting experience as you look out on the views of London. The bedroom is in a uniform crisp white giving it a luxuriously modern feel that is a perfect sanctuary from the city. The bathroom includes toiletries and towels. Stays over seven nights include maid service and every guest is provided with 24 hour emergency support from the management company, Still Life.
The ultramodern neighborhood of Canary Wharf is a nice change from the typical London. Though only a short commute away from to the financial district, this area has a nice sense of privacy due to it fitting into an oxbow in the River Thames. The architectural views and restaurant scene are unparalleled in this part of the city. Be sure to check out the Lotus Chinese Floating Restaurant (600m/0.4mi) which is just what the name implies, so you can have beautiful views of the water while you enjoy some delightful dim sum. The Museum of London Docklands (1.5km/1mi) is an excellent museum to learn about the area’s history as a world trading center that changed the world’s commerce and daily lives with products so now ubiquitously British such as tea. Access to the London underground can be found at either South Quay station (550m/0.4mi) or Crossharbour (600m/0.4mi).