This is a superb choice for your London stay! This fabulous two bedroom apartment is centrally located bringing all of London's major attractions right to your doorstep.
The apartment provides the best comfort, style, service, affordability and last but not least -location!
Sleeping up to 5 people easily, it can sleep two guests in each bedroom plus up to two additional guests on the comfortable sofa bed in living room.
There are two bedrooms (both with double beds), one bathroom, a fully-equipped kitchen, dining area and spacious living room with fold out sofa bed.
Amenities include satellite TV service, a DVD player, an I-Pod music docking station, free wi-fi and local telephone calling, a hair dryer, iron and board, washing machine, complimentary tea, coffee and sugar as well as a very well-equipped kitchen.
The closest underground stations are Russell Square and Kings Cross St. Pancras.
Bloomsbury is the perfect combination of personality and practicality packed with a vast array of local restaurants, cafes, pubs and more to ensure that you have all you need within an arms reach at any time.
Two underground stations are within a 10 minute walking distance which link you to all of London's major sightseeing attractions in the blink of an eye.
The entire area is dense with ancient buildings and famous garden squares but at the same time close to contemporary London and the famous sights and attractions. Many buildings survive from before the Great Fire of 1666, including the magnificent timber-framed facade of Staple Inn.
Bloomsbury is historically associated with the intelligentsia, social reformists and gifted writers. London's first home for abandoned children was established in 1739 -The Foundling Hospital - a period when most children in London died before the age of 5. Today there is a museum on the site and a children's play park with animals and paddling pool at Coram Field.
Both the University of London and The British Museum are located in the area and continue the tradition of culture and learning. The British Museum houses a vast collection of artefacts of immense historical importance, the Rosetta Stone and the Egyptian mummies being perhaps best known.
Holborn is historically home to the legal profession. The four Inns of Court - Lincoln's Inn, Gray's Inn, the Inner Temple and the Middle Temple - were located here to symbolize the function of the law as 'referee' between the City and Westminster. The Inns are open to the public and offer a fantastic contrast to the modern busy city surrounding - medieval buildings, manicured lawns, quiet alleys and courtyards, be-wigged lawyer.
When the ancient and the highbrow wear you out, take a break in one if the beautiful garden squares in the area - Russell Square, Bloomsbury Square, Gordon Square or Tavistock Square. Or launch into contemporary London - it's on your doorstep.
Stroll down to the West End theatres, Covent Garden with it's famous Opera House, Soho, Piccadilly Circus, Buckingham Palace and Big Ben - all the famous London must see sights are within a short walk or tube ride.
This apartment offers the perfect central London base for the visiting family or business traveller.