A truly outstanding spacious townhouse in Londons West End.
A 5-bedroom Victorian style luxurious accommodation for up to 10 guests. Ideal for an extended family or group of friends, the property offers all the comforts of home within easy reach of London's top attractions!
Located just 2 minutes from the popular Hyde Park, The Fashionista features few perks would expect from a Townhouse in the heart of London. Youll find 5 bedrooms - 2 offer en-suite bathroom - 1 reception and a unique chill-out space on the second floor, beautifully styled with comfortable sofas, and an inviting dinner table.
With nearly 1500 square feet of living space spread over three floors, our Divinity apartment is elegant and comfortable at the same time. Stylish living rooms with wooden floors throughout the house, a 60-inch TV, and a sleek contemporary kitchen - under floor heating in kitchen and dining area delights during winter times while gathering with friends of family.
Each of the houses 5 bedrooms accommodates up to two guests. One bedroom with double bed (separate bathroom) on the ground floor. Another bedroom with king-size bed and a separate bath on the first floor and on the top floor you will find 3 bedrooms, 1 bedroom with double bed (ensuite bath), 2nd bedroom with double bed and a master bedroom (with ensuite bath).
A special feature which is a luxury gift in London . 1 secure parking spaces belong to the house.
Oxford Street is within 8 minutes away by tube, or stroll along Hyde Park to reach Marble Arch within 25 minutes. Once you're on Speakers Corner, stroll down Oxford Street, wander the busy streets along Mayfair, and enjoy the quirky London street life. The theater world around Covent Garden are a 15-minute drive away, or ask your Guest Manager how to explore London the best way possible.
The entire apartment with all amenities is accessible for my guests.
All closets are empty but full of hangers, you will find toiletries and hair dryers in the bathrooms. The kitchen is fully equipped with pots, pans, china, glasses and cutlery. Basics like tea, coffee, water, milk, capsules for the Nespresso Machine are provided to make sure your arrival will be relaxed. Detergents for washing machine and dish washer are provided for a stay of 3 nights.
My stand-by guest manager will happily provide more supplies on request for small additional costs.
OTHER THINGS TO NOTE:
Please note that not every neighbor is happy about the New Sharing Economy. If we want them to understand the 21st century :-)) we should respect normal house rules like.... no party after 10pm, be quiet in the staircase/hallway, late check-in fee after 7pm, don't ring at neighbors bell because you cannot find the key in your handbag, don't throw things out of the window, eg. Just use your common sense.
Although the apartment is on a very high standard and equipped like a serviced apartment - I am still a private host but not a Hotel with fully employed staff and a front desk.
Me and my team are always happy to assist - but it can take time to follow your not urgent request (like 1 more towel).
One of the world's most visited cities, London has something for everyone: from history and culture to fine food and good times.
Art & Culture
A tireless innovator of art and culture, London is a city of ideas and the imagination. Londoners have always been fiercely independent thinkers (and critics), but until not so long ago people were inherently suspicious of anything they considered avant-garde. Thats all in the past now, and the citys creative milieu is streaked with left-field attitude, from theatrical innovation to contemporary art, pioneering music, writing and design. Food in all its permutations has become almost an obsession in certain circles.
London is immersed in history, with more than its share of mind-blowing antiquity and historic splendour. Londons buildings are eye-catching milestones in the citys unique and compelling biography, and a great many of them the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben are familiar landmarks. Theres more than enough innovation (the Shard, the London Eye, the planned Garden Bridge) to put a crackle in the air, but it never drowns out Londons well-preserved, centuries-old narrative. Architectural grandeur rises up all around you in the West End, ancient remains dot the City and charming pubs punctuate the banks of the Thames. Take your pick.
A Tale of Two Cities
London is as much about wide-open spaces and leafy escapes as it is high-density, sight-packed exploration. Central London is where you will find the major museums, galleries and most iconic sights, but visit Hampstead Heath or the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to escape the crowds and view the citys greener hues up close. Or venture even further out to Kew Gardens, Richmond or Hampton Court Palace for excellent panoramas of riverside London.
This city is very multicultural, with a third of all Londoners foreign born, representing 270 different nationalities. What unites them and visitors alike is the English language, for this is both our tongues birthplace and its epicentre. These cultures season the culinary aromas on Londons streets, the often exotic clothing people wear and the music they listen to. Londons diverse cultural dynamism makes it among the worlds most international cities. And diversity reaches intrinsically British institutions too; the British and Victoria & Albert Museums have collections as varied as they are magnificent, while flavours at centuries-old Borough Market now run the full gourmet and cosmopolitan spectrum.
Why I love London
Like most people, I revel in all London's familiar landmarks Big Ben, Tower Bridge, the murky Thames, the London Eye. I still thank the former government that made some of the greatest museums and art galleries in the world free to one and all. The choice of restaurants, bars and clubs is legion, and whats not to love about a city with more lush parkland than any other world capital? But the one thing that sets my adopted city apart from any other is its amazing tolerance. 'As long as you dont scare the horses, mate, youll be all right here, I was told when I arrived here more than 10 years ago. Guess what It still hasnt happened.