Apartment 2 Royal Ballet - 3 double bed apartment

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms

Description

This luxury three-double bed apartment is on the second floor of a small apartment block. Newly refurbished in modern neutral colours, this apartment has three double bedrooms and one kitchen/lounge. The lounge contains a plasma TV and two 2-seater sofas. There is one bathroom with WC, sink, full-size bath and one separate shower room. There are approximately 47 stairs to climb to reach this apartment and no lift

Maid service Monday - Friday (excludes weekends and bank holidays)
Internet access,
Central heating,
TV,
Kettle,
Toaster,
Iron,
Hairdryer
Clothes dryer,
Cooker,
Microwave,
Fridge,
Freezer,
Washing machine,
3 Double beds
Cot and highchair on request (for additional cost)
Dining seating for 4,
Lounge seating for 4,

Linen and towels provided,


Details:

Our 3 bedroom apartment (sleeps up to 6) is located on the 2nd floor of this historic, architecturally listed building, just a stone's throw from the Royal Opera House, on the North Eastern side of Covent Garden

It provides easy access to Long Acre and the multitude of other shopping streets and a short walk from the Piazza and Covent Garden Market Buildings. It lies in the heart of Theatreland and just a few minutes' walk of Covent Garden Underground

Covent Garden lies in the heart of Central London and was originally home to London's fruit and vegetable market. It is now the hub of London's Theatreland and other important entertainment venues, the most important of which is the imposing Royal Opera House in Drury Lane. Most venues lie within five to ten minutes' walk of our apartments

Covent Garden houses the London Transport Museum and most of London's tourist attractions - including the London Eye - lie within easy travelling distance

A wealth of street entertainment can be found in the famous Piazza. The former Market Building now contains an exotic mix of small shops, cafés and bars as well as the famous Apple Market stalls selling antiques, jewellery, clothing and gifts. Whilst King Street now contains the largest 'Apple' computer store, by contrast, Neal Street, Neal's Yard and Seven Dials and many of the neighbouring streets are littered with independent retailers selling a large selection of interesting and unusual items

The area contains a very large number of old pubs as well as a wide variety of restaurants, bars and cafés to suit every taste. There are also several supermarkets for those who wish to cater for themselves

Our apartments all lie within a few minutes' walk of either Covent Garden (Piccadilly Line) and / or Leicester Square (Northern Line) Underground Stations as well as many public bus routes

Amenities

  • Internet
  • Heating
  • TV
  • Laundry
  • Dishwasher

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