Handpicked in London: Four Seasons Residences - Ten Trinity Square

Handpicked in London: Four Seasons Residences - Ten Trinity Square

Handpicked in London: Four Seasons Residences - Ten Trinity Square

Here at Central London Apartments, our portfolio consists only of the most luxurious serviced apartments in London’s most sought-after areas. When it comes to serviced apartments in London, the Four Seasons Residences – Ten Trinity Square is renowned for its grand exterior, prime location and state-of-the-art on-site facilities.

However, there’s so much more to Ten Trinity Square than its array of modern luxuries. The Tower Hill-based hotel has said the property’s “soul lies in the site’s 2000-year history and the stories of the traders, goldsmiths, princes and merchants who lived and worked close by.”

Seamlessly reflecting both the city’s dense urban history and its vibrant modern culture, Ten Trinity Square is a place that has cemented its status as one of London’s most high-end destinations.

Behind the Exterior

The Four Seasons Residences - Ten Trinity Square

For anyone who frequents the city’s historic streets, the stately, pillared façade of Ten Trinity Square is easily recognisable. It certainly stands out from other serviced apartments in London.

Once the headquarters of the Port of London Authority, Ten Trinity Square was built at the beginning of the 20th century at a time when Britain had a robust monopoly on international trade. Designed by Yorkshire-born architect, Sir Edwin Cooper, the building was thought to represent London’s powerful status on the world stage.

The building’s Corinthian columns are complemented by a soaring tower that showcases a sculpture of Father Thames pointing to the East – to the part of the world where Britain was conducting much of its overseas trade.

The building was redeveloped during the years after an acquisition in 2012. In 2017, it opened as the Four Seasons’ latest luxury branch.

Idyllic Interiors

Luxurious interiors at Four Seasons Residences - Ten Trinity Square

All Ten Trinity Square residences are unique, refined and high-end. Well-presented living areas are complemented by state-of-the-art technology and luxurious furnishings. Apartments offer stunning views across the City and many residences also include private terraces and balconies.

Kitchens are attractively designed and complete with an indulgent range of fittings. Appliances include a coffee machine, wine chiller and dishwasher. All bedrooms are snug and cosy with lavish king size or double beds.

Housekeeping services are carried out daily, a free welcome pack is provided upon arrival and airport transfers are available for an added fee.

Practical Perks & Desirable Benefits

On-site swimming pool at the Four Seasons Residences - Ten Trinity Square

It’s common for luxury serviced apartments in London to offer a desirable array of on-site benefits, but Ten Trinity Square provides a range of facilities that are second to none.

Those behind Ten Trinity Square are evidently big believers in guest experience. Guests will be able to make use of a stunning indoor swimming pool and a large gym-space, while the use of a sauna, steam room and fitness classes are all available for an additional charge.

These benefits are complemented by an array of other on-site facilities such as a restaurant, café, bar and grocery store. Guests will also be able to make use of a residents’ lounge and 24-hour room service.

During your stay, all queries and requests can be voiced at reception which is open 24 hours a day. Concierge and laundry services are also provided. These perks may appear commonplace, but other serviced apartments in London don't offer the same range of benefits.

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Stunning Surroundings

St Paul's Cathedral in the City of London

Overlooking Trinity Square and the Tower Hill Memorial, these residences situate guests right in the heart of the City of London – an area synonymous with class, elegance and grandeur.

A short, five-minute walk will take you to the Tower of London – the city’s historic centre. Built in 1078 by William the Conqueror following the Norman Conquest of England, the Tower of London is a bustling tourist hotspot and a prized World Heritage Site. Nowadays, the landmark offers visitors the chance to see the Crown Jewels.

City sightseers will also only be a short distance from prized attractions such as Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral and Borough Market.

Also close by are the remnants of the Roman Wall, the perimeter boundaries of the city as it was almost 2000 years ago. Surrounded by sleek high-rises and towering office blocks, these wall remnants epitomise what the City of London really represents – the combination of a rich history and a glitzy modern corporate culture.

Places to Eat & Drink

Between the busy streets, the City of London is an old maze of cobbled streets and winding avenues. Buried away beneath the soaring skyscrapers are a range of elegant eateries, bustling brasseries and lavish cocktail lounges.

The Darwin Brasserie, a high-end restaurant located on the 36th floor of the Sky Garden, offers a menu for every meal of the day and has an extensive wine list too. Go for the views and stay for the mouth-watering cuisine.

Meanwhile, for those keen on heading out for a glass of wine or two, the Balls Brothers is a refined, upmarket wine bar that’s ideal for a quick drink or a romantic rendezvous.

Luxury Shopping

The Royal Exchange in the City of London

While many shoppers in London tend to go to areas such as Knightsbridge, Kensington, Chelsea and Marylebone, in the last few years the City has become a major hotspot for those with a yen for some retail therapy.

A regal shopping area just a short walk from Bank tube station, the Royal Exchange was founded back in the 16th century by the merchant Thomas Gresham. Over 500 years have passed since and the stunning, pillared structure is yet to lose any of its commercial spirit and money-making culture. Visitors can expect to find well-heeled shops & stores such as Hermes, Thomas Pink and Boodles.

Leadenhall Market, once the film set of Harry Potter, is a classic Victorian marketplace that trades in everything distinctly high-end. In the 17th century, the market became the only place to sell cutlery in the whole of the city. These days, cutlery can still be purchased, but there’s so much more on offer too!

Getting Around

Bank tube station in the City of London

London’s City district is one of the most well-connected parts of the city. Just across the road from Ten Trinity Square, guests will find Tower Hill tube station and London Fenchurch Street is also no more than a ten minute walk away.

The nearby Tower Pier also offers visitors a number of Thames-based services including quick Thames skipper transport links and more leisurely city sightseeing cruises.

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Planning a trip to London later this year? Experience London in style and stay at Four Seasons Apartments: Ten Trinity Square.

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