Spectacular apartment with terrace!
3 double beds
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets, Smoking
- bed linen & towels
- washing machine
- iron & ironing board
- coffee press
- DVD player
- queen size bed 160 x 200
- entrance security camera system
- vitroceramic cooker
- coffee maker
- satellite TV
- plasma TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
Luxurious and unforgettable apartment in the heart of Hoxton, with a fantastic terrace!
Thanks to the English charm of its location, elegant design, luxurious furnishings, and stunning terrace, the Canal apartment is without doubt a prime choice for a truly memorable and special stay in London. This apartment will seduce you with its top-end character and the same level of comfort you would expect from a grand hotel.
The Area surrounding the Apartment:
Located along the Regents Canal, the apartment is within easy reach of a range of local amenities of the Hoxton neighbourhood whilst the facilities of the City are easily accessible. The picturesque riverside walks of the Canal are also on the doorstep. Transport links include Old Street underground station within 15 min walk and Liverpool Street Station is also close by. A wealth of regular bus services connects the apartment to all the other attractions in London.
Located on the third floor of a newly built building with elevator, this three bedroom apartment has been interior-designed using high-quality materials, fittings and furnishings.
There is so much making this apartment special. There are the big light-endowing windows. There are the great design and architectural details. Not to forget the spectacular terrace where you can enjoy your breakfast or just chill out after a long day of sightseeing...undoubtedly a true luxury in the heart of London!
The entrance of the Canal apartment opens onto the living room which immediately envelops you with its warm and welcoming aura. In this area you will also find one comfortable sofa, a modern chase longe and an elegant dining table with six chairs. The beautiful kitchen is fully equipped to be an excellent laboratory for the “vacation chef”.
From the living room a small hallway will lead to you to the other precious rooms of this fantastic apartment. Three bedrooms accommodate a double bed and a wardrobe to store guests’ belongings. Finally, the two bathrooms are new and modern, one with shower and another one with both a bathtub and a shower unit. Only the best designs, from the washbasin to the shower and throughout the bathroom, have been chosen to thrill any guest!
The apartment also includes cable TV, autonomous heating, DVD, telephone with a private number (free national and local calls) and wireless Internet to provide the guests with the maximum level of comfort.
If you want your stay in London to be very special, the Canal apartment could be your ultimate dream London hideaway in a fantastic location.
Islington now is one of the liveliest and trendiest districts in the capital. For those who can afford them, its terraces houses offer elegant living close to the City and Central London. The finest aspect of Islington is its rich residue of wonderful Georgian streets and squares. The earliest examples, like Cloudesley Square and Myddelton Square, are in plain Georgian style with early neo-Gothic churches as their centrepieces. On the other hand, the main drag is Upper Street: the place is packed with pubs, cafes, designers’ bars and shops, and alternative theatres. For entertainment, there are more pub-theatre in Islington than anywhere else, from the oldest establishments King’s Head to the Almeida, one of the London’s leading theatres. All of this makes Islington one of the best areas of north London in the evening - a kind of off-West End. Camden Passage Market is a row elegant antiques shops and stalls open on Saturdays and Wednesdays. On the other side of Upper Street, you will find Chapel Street Market instead, selling cheap clothes, fresh fruit and vegetables and it is a salutary reminder of Islington’s working-class roots. East of Angel tube station, Regency-era Canonbury Square was once home to George Orwell. One of the handsome town houses in this square now contains the Collection of Modern Italian Art, with exciting works of the early Italian Futurist and a lovely garden café’ for your deserved break.