Wonderful 2 bedroom flat in lovely Mayfair

价格: 4,028 GBP/Month
卧室: 2
尺寸: 69 m² / 743 ft²
地址: Picton Place , London, United Kingdom Show map

This larger than average two bedroom apartment in Bond Street, sleeps six people easily. It has two double bedrooms each with a double bed and a sofa bed in the living room.This fantastic Bond Street serviced apartment is located on the doorstep of the famous Selfridges Department Store and just moments from Oxford Street, Regents Street and Bond Street. It is also perfectly located for many of London’s museums, historical sites and parks.Our Bond Street serviced apartment is fully fitted to a high standard throughout and also includes free WiFi, bedding towels and toiletries and a hairdryer so you can really cut down on your packing! There is a large living area with a flat screen TV with Freeview channels and a full sized dining table which seats six people comfortably. The kitchen is well equipped with an oven, a microwave, a fridge freezer and a toaster. It is perfect for a breakfast before a day of sightseeing, or even for a proper evening meal if you wish to. Energy pass This building is not subject to EnEV.

Everyone knows Mayfair as the most expensive and the most exclusive property on the Monopoly board, and it has earned that position for good reason. It is an almost square section of the West End of London and is bordered by Park Lane and Hyde Park to the east, Oxford Street to the North, Regent Street to the West and Piccadilly to the South.Its name dates back to the 16th century, when the area was still quite rural and a somewhat dubious annual ‘May Fair’ was held in the area around Shepherd Market which in itself has long held a colourful past. The fair, which was deemed to be a nuisance, was banned in 1764 by which time much of the land had come into the ownership of the wealthy Grosvenor family.The Grosvenor family wanted to redevelop the area and went on to build homes for the aristocracy and most famously the three great squares of Grosvenor Square, Hanover Square and Berkeley Square. World War I saw the decline of the aristocracy, many whose families owned great houses in Mayfair, and around that time many of the houses were sold off or became foreign embassies.

- Flatscreen TV
- Hairdryer
- Heating
- Towels and sheets
- Additional bed
- Iron
- Hygiene utensils
- Washing machine
- Ceran cooker
- Cooking utensils
- Oven
- Toaster
- Microwave
- Refrigerator
- Internet
- Working desk
- Safe
- Capsule coffee machine
- Final cleaning
- Cleaning
- Towel and Linen Service

Homelike Code: LON-119500
Available From: Now