If it’s location that you’re after, these stylish London apartments certainly tick the box, with the iconic Tower of London, the river Thames and Tower Bridge only a short stroll away. The location is equally handy for a City commute as Bank is a ten minute walk away.
After you've spent the day exploring or working you’ll appreciate coming back to your apartment, the open plan living, dining and kitchen area is both stylish and comfortable and gives you the perfect space to dine and relax. Tastefully designed and finished to a high standard, these apartments are the perfect choice whether you stay for a weekend or longer.
This studio follows the New York style open plan living and sleeping layout and is over 40 square metres. It includes a double bed, kitchenette and private bathroom.
This studio is 30 square metres and is open plan living and sleeping area with a double bed, kitchenette and private bathroom.
Some of the finest sights in London are only a short walk away from the Tower Hill One Apartments, so the only trouble will be deciding which to see first. Close by is the historic royal palace, the Tower of London, one of the world’s only intact medieval buildings and where you can see the Crown Jewels. Walk further along the riverside and you’ll see another of London’s iconic sights, Tower Bridge, there’s also the chance to look at London from 42 feet up on the Bridge’s walkways. The Thames Clipper river bus is one of the best ways to get around London for commuters and tourists alike, you can board from the Tower Millennium Pier near the apartment and take in the views of Big Ben, Westminster, the London Eye and St Paul’s Cathedral from the river. The City of London is not far from the apartment and you can see close up the striking architecture of the buildings such as Lloyds of London and the ‘Gherkin’. Within the City on Gracechurch Street is Leadenhall Market, one of the oldest markets in London, this ornate Victorian building was used for the scenes of Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter films. Head further north from the apartment to the bustling Spitalfields Market and Brick Lane with its ‘curry mile’ and fashionable bars and clubs.
Only five minutes from the apartment is Tower Hill underground station on the District and Circle line, travel one stop to Liverpool Street and if you head west you can get to St James’s Park and nearby is Buckingham Palace. If you are travelling onwards then Kings Cross mainline station is on the Circle line and from here you can reach Cambridge, Leeds and Edinburgh.
Please note: this property is within London's congestion zone.