Our London Bridge serviced apartments have been decorated to a very high corporate standard and include a fully equipped kitchen, dishwasher and washer/dryer. One of these apartments has access to a private balcony that extends across the bedrooms. This is on the top floor of the accommodation.
One of the two-bedroom apartments has an additional single bedroom that can sleep up to five, perfect for a bigger family size booking. The open-plan living area of each serviced apartment features a dining table, chairs and a 42-inch Smart TV. There’s also a private rooftop terrace that overlooks the iconic Shard, the tallest building in the United Kingdom. Enjoy superb London lifestyle at this serviced apartment from Flying Butler, right in the heart of the capital and directly opposite the More London development.
The building and immediate surrounds cater for all genres of entertainment which include a huge variety of restaurants, bars and excellent business entertainment. Get the full Elizabethan era experience by going aboard the Golden Hinde, a 16th Century reconstruction of Sir Francis Drake’s Galleon, a ship that traversed oceans. The Golden Hinde offers interactive tours at Bankside along the Thames River. Want a taste of 19th century London? Then visit the Old Operating Theatre and museum. Appreciate the meticulously detailed walls of the Southwark Cathedral. A great place for history buffs interested in the British Navy, then see the HMS Belfast, a warship that lived through World War 2 is the only ship of its kind left.
Once a delivery dock for international shipments, The Hays Galleria - a redeveloped wharf, has now become a shopping complex, exuding its history in its glass-roofed walkway. With a range of permanent stores as well as stalls, you can find everything from children’s designer wear to a refreshingly cool beverage. Take the Jubilee line and get to London's most popular shopping district: Oxford Street, or take a trip to the high-end hotspot shopping centre: Harrods.
Lovers of gourmet can find themselves in the Borough Market, the oldest food market in London for both local and international produce and foods, homeware and street food.
Head to the Artisan du Chocolat, for a delectable assortment of chocolates including unique creations of liquid sea salt caramels and truffles. Hobbs Meat Roast, a borough market favourite serves hot baguettes that includes melding apple sauce flavours on a roast loin of pork with stuffing, guaranteed to get your mouths watering. Our serviced accommodation is surrounded by eateries and bars including the trendy ‘brunch’ spot, The Breakfast Club.