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Apartment, Entire place - London, United Kingdom

ID 383804


The space

This modern 2bed/2bath apartment has beautiful furnishings and decors.
It offers an open plan kitchen with dinner table for up to 6, a welcoming living room with a comfortable sofa bed, an 49inch TV with Apple TV, 2 beautifully set up quiet bedrooms in soft colors… it is a true oasis for chill-out after a long day in an exciting London.

Only 4 minutes walking distance from the apartment you will find yourself on Oxford Street with a huge variety of fashionable shops, adjacent the trendiest restaurants, most popular pubs, cinemas and (organic) supermarkets in Soho and Covent Garden

- The living room with wooden floors has a comfy large sofa-bed (queen size) and a dining table with seating for up to 6 people.

- The kitchen is equipped with all machines including microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, espresso machine and all utensils.

- Stylish 2 bedrooms, one with a king size bed (Orthopaedic Mattress) and ample storage and the second bedroom with a queen size bed. Adjacent are 2 bathrooms, one with shower and one with toilet and sink.

- 49 inch digital TV, Apple TV, WiFi, iPod with high spec speaker base.

-Goodge St station and Oxford Circus are just a 5-7 minutes walk away.

The neighborhood

Looking for an amazing location in London? Look no further! Charlotte Street, Goodge Street and Tottenham Court Road meet here -- and next door is Soho, with all the hippest shops, restaurants, theaters, and only the most internationally diverse and most exciting scene in the city.

Not only can you enjoy the outstanding location, you can also enjoy some rest and relaxation: This spacious apartment is tastefully decorated with only the most sophisticated designs and tasteful color schemes, complete with top-of-the-lone furniture and fabrics suited even for the highest of expectations.

It is all you need for luxurious living: Along Tottenham Court Road you will find everything you need every day... from supermarkets to drugstores to boutiques, and stores selling the latest technological gadgets and trinkets. On Oxford street, you will find the best places to go shopping; you will surely get your money's worth from buying among the many products of beautiful shops. Walk along Oxford St and be inspired by West End, or venture into Bond Street , the fashionable Marylebone and the popular Fritzrovia area. One of the highlights is certainly the incredibly charming bohemian vibe in Soho, with hundreds of top restaurants , cafes , cinemas, theaters ...

Beautiful London attractions are comfortably in close proximity: From Covent Garden to Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus, the River Thames, St Pancras, or Regents Park. If you still want to use the subway - Goodge Street Station is exactly 60 seconds away from your doorstep.

Neatly tucked away between the wealth of Marylebone, the edgy energy of Soho and the grandeur of Bloomsbury, Fitzrovia is peaceful and attractive, home to small media organisations, small pubs and small restaurants and a smattering of decent hotels. Wide streets lined with tall buildings in Victorian brick mingle with cosy side alleys, with a variety of architectural styles from the eighteenth century to the present day, all of it dominated by the BT Tower, one of London’s tallest and most iconic buildings. Tottenham Court Road is the major shopping street, and the best place in London to look for home furnishings and electronic goods. The area around Oxford Street mixes good high street shops with pubs and bars catching the overflow from Soho’s nightlife.

- The 229 Venue
Great Portland Street, Fitzrovia, London

Purpose-built venue with simple, stripped back decor. The two rooms have a total capacity of about 700, which means there's room for some decent club nights at the weekend, and low prices ensure a good turnout of students from the nearby International Students House. The real importance of the 229, however, is that its one of the few West End venues on the London gig circuit. It's as goods a place as any in Camden to catch up-and-coming musicians, and the central location also makes it a significant leg on the UK tours of major European artists.

- The New Diorama Theatre
Triton Street, Fitzrovia, Regents Place, London

The New Diorama Theatre is an 80-seat performance space located in central London, close to Great Portland Street, dedicated to presenting the work of theatre companies from straight theatre to comedy and opera. Home to the Quicksilver Theatre company, which has been creating plays for young audiences since 1977, the purpose-built space is part of a ?250 million re-development of Regent's Place in the surrounding area. As well as theatre, The New Diorama boasts a street-front cafe, office space and a garden area surrounded by a fountain and public art. Two additional rooms provide extra space for rehearsals, auditions, projects, small exhibitions and meetings.

- Regent Street Cinema
Regent Street, Marylebone, London

The historic Regent Street Cinema is where the first ever performance of moving images took place. Created by the Lumière brothers, the film was shown as part of a tour to a paying British audience in 1896, paving the way for a century of cinematographic innovation. In 1980, Regent Street Cinema was turned into a student lecture hall for the University of Westminster and hadn't been open to the public for 35 years until a three-year renovation re-opened its doors in May 2015. The only UK cinema to show all moving image media from 16mm and 35mm to Super 8 film, to the latest in 4K digital film, the West End cinema also offers masterclasses, film industry events, premieres, retrospectives, touring guest programmes and annual and biennial festivals.

Getting around

Attractions in Fitzrovia

- Pollock's Toy Museum
Scala Street, Fitzrovia London

Crammed inside two townhouses (one 18th, the other 19th century) on a pretty sidestreet you'll find this historic haven for toys of all kinds. Named after Benjamin Pollock, a creator and printer of Victorian toy theatres, the museum now boasts a diverse range of toys from all over the world. Follow the trail up three winding staircases and you'll stumble across battered and bruised century-old bears to a 4000-year-old Egyptian clay mouse. Dolls, dolls' houses, a Victorian nursery, toy theatres, tin toys and folk toys from around the world make up the rest of the collection. Live toy theatre performances take place during school holidays. Full of character and charm this is a great place to while away a few nostalgic hours. There's also a cool toy shop on the ground floor.

- Grant Museum of Zoology
Rockefeller Building University College London, Bloomsbury, 21 University Street, London

University College London's Grant Museum of Zoology houses around 62,000 specimens amounting to a diverse natural history collection covering the whole of the animal kingdom. Founded in 1827, the museum retains an air of the avid Victorian collector with cases packed full of skeletons, mounted animals and specimens preserved in fluid. Endangered or extinct animals in the collection include the Dodo, the Thylacine (or Tasmanian Wolf), and the Quagga - one of only seven skeletons of the extinct zebra-like creature in the world. Not for the squeamish, but fascinating none the less, are Sir Victor Negus's collection of bisected heads.

- Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery At Charlotte Street
Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London

Australian art dealer Rebecca Hossack opened her first London art gallery in Windmill Street, Fitzrovia, in March 1988, and established a sculpture park in St James in 1991. There are now two galleries - this one in Charlotte Street and one in Conway Street - which have continued to uphold Rebecca Hossack name, building on reputation for contemporary art with expertise in Aboriginal art in particular. An influential presence on the London art scene, she is also politically active. Rebecca was the Australian cultural attache in London for four years, from 1993 to 1997 and, more recently, was elected as a Council member for the Bloomsbury ward in Camden.

- Regent's Place Plaza
Euston Road, Fitzrovia, London

Regent's Place Plaza is at the heart of Regent's Place, a 13 acre site in London's West End that accommodates close to 12,000 workers and residents. The plaza is the a place where people meet, eat, drink and enjoy the free entertainment that's frequently laid on. In summer, for example, there are free film screenings and there are public art installations throughout the year across the open spaces and buildings of Regent's Place. The annual events programme includes summer events during lunchtimes, charity events, farmers markets and other quirky events.

Shopping in Fitzrovia

- Hobgoblin
Rathbone Place, Fitzrovia, London

This busy musical curios shop has London's best choice of folk instruments and a large range of guitars, accordions, recorders, bongo drums and other percussion instruments. There is also a repair workshop around the back where revered resident repairman Michael Cameron plies his trade. Staff are experienced and knowledgeable. There are seven other Hobgoblin shops in the UK outside London.

- Ken Smith Designs
Charlotte Place, Fitzrovia, London

Highly recommended by users, this plus-size ladies clothing shop stocks a great range of clothing and features some very stylish lines, mainly imported from Germany and Finland.

- Black Truffle
Warren Street, Fitzrovia, London

The small Black Truffle shop offers shoes and accessories by some quirky and contemporary brands including labels like Paul and Joe and Billy Bag. The first store on Broadway Market was established in 2003 by Melissa Needham who also founded Prescott & Mackay School of Fashion and Accessory Design - next to this Black Truffle in Warren St - which offers short courses in shoemaking, bag making, millinery, corsetry and tutu making. Both Black Truffle shops offer a wide choice of design-led shoes, bags, jewellery and accessories as well as homeware and gift ideas.

Restaurants in Fitzrovia

- Benito's Hat
Goodge Street, Fitzrovia, London

The excellent Mexican food served up at Benito's Hat is down to the fresh, good quality ingredients used and the fact that the people here really do seem to care. The unusual name is in honour of former Mexican president and national hero Benito Jurez - and a flamboyant hat-and-feather combination he once wore.

- Salt Yard
Goodge Street, Fitzrovia, London

Drawing heavily on the flavours of Spain and Italy, Salt Yard is a tapas bar that likes to mix up its influences. While upstairs is a charcuterie bar for lighter bites, downstairs is the more formal restaurant with tables tightly packed. There you'll be presented with the inventive tapas menu, divided into vegetable, meat and fish dishes. But most important is the particular emphasis they place on the quality of the ingredients.

- Elena's L'Etoile
Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London

Over a century since it first opened its doors to the public, Elena's L'Etoile is highly reputable among the London restaurant scene. A buzzing, glamorous French style bistro founded on quality food and good hospitality, this West End eatery is a favourite dining haunt amongst business travellers. In the summer of 2010, the restaurant evolved further with a new kitchen team producing French inspired seasonal dishes, bringing a new food style to the age-old charm and hospitality.

Also, a refundable damage deposit of GBP200 will be collected in cash upon arrival which will be refunded back to you should there will be no damage reported after your stay.

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Space offered Entire place
Accommodates 6
Bed type Real bed
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Bathroom type Private
Size 55.0 m2
Cancellation policy Strict
House rules View
Check-in 14:30
Check-out 11:00


  • Cot available
  • Dishwasher
  • Lift
  • Family-friendly
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Kitchen
  • Shower/bath
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • WiFi
  • Professionally managed
  • Bed linen
  • Cable TV
  • Dryer machine
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron
  • Kettle
  • Microwave
  • Shampoo
  • Towels

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