|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Studio at the front of the building in a quiet street, walkable to most central locations. This apartment has a sofa but the sofa cannot be used for sleeping.
The studio apartments are in Fitzrovia in the centre of London. They has recently been renovated. There is a larger front studio and a smaller rear studio.
The greeter will show you round the apartment, describe the area and answer any questions that you have.
The apartment are like a smart hotel room but better value and with a small kitchenette. There is no separate living room but there is a sofa in the larger studio.
We have other apartments in London. Please ask for details. The apartments are within walking distance to Oxford Street, London's main shopping street, but also close to the lovely Regents Park. Better value and much nicer than most Central London hotels. The apartments have recently been fully refurbished. There is a quality mattress (replaced August 2016). They come with free Wi-Fi Internet. They have double glazed, traditional sash windows. They have a Small kitchen and a modern shower room. The apartments are for one or two people.
We have been running holiday rentals for many years. We also rent holiday homes ourselves and learn some improvement that we can make each time we travel.
Michelle and Robert purchased this apartment in 1997
Very well designed, comfortable and walkable to many of central London's attractions. Close to two subway lines for access to the airport or Eurostar.
Very central. Great value given the quality.
We had a great weekend in this studio! Michelle was a very nice host. The studio is superb, very well placed with a king bed and with everything you need.We recommend it highly
The cleaning and greeting fee is £35 from 9am to 8pm (£50 8pm-10pm, £60 up to 11pm if available).
There is no check in possible after 11pm.
So if you use auto booking and arrive after 8pm you will need to pay an extra £15 or £25.
5% discount for bookings of 7 days or more (automatic)
10% discount for bookings of 20 days or more.
15% discount for bookings of 35 days or more.
20% discount for bookings of 50 days or more.
The place is clean, cosy and so central. Wifi is maybe a bit lose, but that's not so important for what has been a great stay in London.
Warren Street was the perfect location to walk to all the sights with shopping; restaurants and bars nearby,. David and Michelle were very helpful and kindly let us have a late checkout. The stairs were the only challenge if you are not agile but David chivalrously carried my bag up.
Everything perfect but a real table for two with chairs would be a +. Nice owners, all very clean, comfortable, very good bed etc.....calm in a marvelous surroundings.
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We couldn't have picked a more perfect place. The location is outstanding--only a couple blocks to 2 tube stations--yet on a relatively quiet street. Restaurants galore in walking distance and a grocery store just a couple blocks away. The bed is comfortable, the bathroom is modern and immaculate, and everything is provided. The little kitchenette was perfect for scones and clotted cream in the morning, and they even provide tea and milk for you. The TV was great and the free WI-FI was fast. Michelle and Robert are very accommodating, as they allowed us to stow our luggage prior to check-in (since we took a red-eye and got in early morning). I honestly can't think of a negative here. I can't wait to come back to London!
This small studio is smartly appointed and quite comfortable. Located in a quaint part of the city (with a wonderful, popular restaurant just downstairs) and close to two train stations and walkable to so much. The hosts were great and very responsive. Recommend.
The apartment building is very nondescript, poorly lit, and stuck between two eateries. It was virtually impossible to find at night unless you knew exactly where you were going. We had considerable trouble with our luggage. The airline mishandled our bags, and attempted to deliver them later that night but could not find the apartment. The Internet was not working well so we could not contact each the baggage delivery sevice. . Moreover, we had poor phone contact because of lack of international phone coverage through AT&T. Moreover, my phone was running out of charge and my adapter was stuck in my lost luggage, and there were no businesses open that late that wee available to purchase a new one. The caretakers husband was only modestly helpful in enabling us to retrieve our bags. We thought he should have been more proactive and enthusiastic in trying to help us considering we were strangers in a strange land. He was reluctant to make phone calls on his phone on our behalf to help straighten out the problem. At least everybody spoke English. The Internet was later fixed. The TV remote worked terribly. Only British channels available, so don't even count on CNN to see what is happening in the states. The Warren Street tube station was very convenient and got us everywhere we needed to go. Lots of good little restaurants around, try the Bamboo Flute on Chestnut Street and the Fish Bone for fish and chips, also on Chestnut Street. We went to the Rio, a block away, for our traditional English breakfast. No maid service, so no clean or dry towels or sheets changed every day. No shower soap or shampoo provided by the owners. We would probably stay in a hotel next time that provided a few more comforts and assistance.
This studio apartment is in Warren Street, W1, in the centre of London. It is walkable to many of the tourist locations including Oxford Street, Regents Park, the restaurants and bars in trendy Charlotte Street and Madame Tussauds. It is five minutes walk to University College Hospital (UCH). There are excellent transport links with three subway stations (Warren Street, Great Portland Street and Regents Park) covering 5 different subway lines all within 5 minutes walk.