Stylish and sleek studio and one-bedroom serviced apartments, nestled within a prime location, right by London Bridge Station.
These apartments have been furnished to a very high standard and include a fully equipped kitchen, air-conditioning and free wi-fi throughout. The bespoke décor and amenities are designed for visual impact and yet have high functionality. Metro wall tiles blend effortlessly with floral feature walls and the exposed brick, white washed panelling and wooden flooring add warmth and character.
The studio within this building offers an open plan living area with a wall-mounted flat screen TV, together with a comfortable sofa and coffee table. The comfy double bed fits conveniently in a cosy corner. Wall and velux windows allow natural light to flood in to the space. The fully-fitted kitchen offers much more than many standard studios with a combi-oven-microwave, hob, washer-dryer, Smeg fridge-freezer, dishwasher, trendy Belfast sink and plenty of cupboard space. The separate shower room echoes the design within the kitchen with Metro tiles and sleek modern fittings.
The three one-bedroom apartments here offer a spacious living area with corner sofas, flat-screen TVs and bar tables for dining. Quality kitchen appliances are as with the studio and large windows maximise the daylight. The double, comfortable bedrooms offer plenty of wardrobe space. The modern, yet practical shower rooms offer a luxurious feel with cleverly-designed lighting.
Sofa beds can also be found within all apartments.
Guests will find onward travel very easy - London Bridge underground and train station is a quick 2 minute walk away.
Perfect for business or leisure stays - enjoy superb London lifestyle at this serviced apartment from Flying Butler, right in the heart of the capital.
All genres of entertainment are right on your doorstep here, including 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. The Golden Hinde offers interactive tours at Bankside along the Thames River. Appreciate the meticulously detailed walls of the Southwark Cathedral. A great place for history buffs interested in the British Navy, the HMS Belfast - a warship that lived through World War 2 - is the only ship of its kind left.
The Hays Galleria - a redeveloped wharf, has now become a shopping complex, exuding its history in its glass-roofed walkway. Browse the market stalls for arts and crafts, and souvenirs. Or hop on the Jubilee line and get to London's most popular shopping district around Oxford Street.
Guests will be spoilt for choice staying here! The best restaurants in London Bridge are a varied bunch, with everything possible on the menu from cute bowls of pasta at Borough Market to sky-high fine dining at The Shard. Or grab a bite at one of the many cafes and eateries under the huge vaulted roof at Hay’s Galleria.