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What better way to take in London’s most royal and elegant neighborhood than from this luxury two bedroom serviced apartment on Queen's Gate and Queensberry Mews West in Kensington? The flat features a 24-hour concierge as well as an elevator and an unbeatable location just on the doorstep of some of London’s top attractions.
The living room of the flat features a simple, elegant, and chic décor, with neutral toned furniture and bright intriguing wall art. The room is furnished with a sofa, a mounted flat screen TV, a coffee table, and dining table with seating for four. The kitchen has a sleek all white-design and is equipped with an oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, and toaster. Bedroom 1 has a queen-sized bed with bedding and a mounted flat screen TV, and Bedroom 2 is furnished with a single bed. The flat has one bathroom with a bath tub, shower, towels supplied, and a WC.
Located in the heart of Kensington, this flat’s location sets you on the doorstep of London’s three most distinguished museums, as well as amongst the famous old-world buildings and elegant palaces that have defined Kensington for hundreds of years. The National History Museum (0.2 mi/240 m) is the world's most prestigious and pre-eminent museum of natural history, exhibiting a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history. Enjoy a glass of wine and some authentic Sicilian dining at Iddu London (377 ft/120 m), a neighborhood wine bar, café, and coffee spot with patio seating. Kensington Palace (0.9 mi/1.5 km) is a royal residents located in the Kensington Gardens. It has been a residence of the British Royal Family since the 17th century.
The subway at South Kensington Station (0.3 mi/400 m) connects you with the Circle, District, and Piccadilly lines.