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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.
Always dreamed of staying down the street from Big Ben? This luxury one bedroom furnished apartment may be the perfect place for you! The vacation rental accommodation is located in a modern elevator building near the intersection of Marsham Street and Horseferry Road. Take advantage of the on-site gym, jacuzzi, spa pool, and 24-hour concierge that come with this serviced apartment.
Hardwood floors and large windows make this apartment a real gem! If you’re lucky, you may even have windows facing pleasant Saint John’s Gardens, a rare green space in dense inner London. The living room is composed of both a lounge area, with a sofa, armchairs and a flat-screen cable TV, and a dining space with a table and four chairs.
The separate kitchen makes cooking at home a breeze, with all the necessary appliances, including an oven, fridge and freezer, microwave, electric stovetop and even a dishwasher! Wrap around counters and cabinets give you plenty of space for food storage. You’ll feel right at home in the bedroom, where a double bed is joined by two side tables, a dresser and a mirror. There is also a washer and dryer in the apartment.
Whether it’s your first time in London or you’re a frequent visitor, there’s all kinds of convenient entertainment right outside your door! There’s nothing quite like an evening stroll along the Thames River, where the Victoria Tower Gardens (.2mi/300m) line the shore. Britain’s most important buildings, from Westminster Abbey to the Palace of Westminster and its House of Commons are right down the street (.5mi/750m). At historic eateries like the Regency Café (traditional English breakfast; .2mi/300m) and the Royal Oak (a nineteenth century favorite; .2mi/350m), you can step back in time and get a glimpse of Old London.
The rest of Greater London is easily accessible from this central location by using the London Underground. Here are the nearest Tube stations to you: