|Per night||£135 - £185|
You'll be so happy you booked your vacation accomodation at this apartment once you realise that - adjacent to a luxury hotel, you share many of the same high spec features - yet pay a fraction of the price
You have much more space than you can expect from a hotel room, with a luxury feel in the granite bathroom
Fully equipped kitchen
Living room has double sofabed, TV, DVD, Wireless internet, dining table
All bedlinens and towels included
Basic toiletries and paper products included
I'm happy to rent my home to you when I'm not using it and share the wonders of Soho life!
You will walk to most attractions, museums, galleries, making savings on travel costs
Living here solves so much of a short stay time issue. You can conduct work or pleasure trip so much better when you cut a travel commute out of your holiday equation. And you can have more fun when all nightlife is on your doorstep.
This is highly recommended as a hot address and once in a lifetime opportunity to feel at home in red hot Soho.
It's also London's gay quarter. It's very safe. It's very trendy and our own mini Hollywood.
Soho is not for the faint hearted though. Weekends can be noisy on the streets which happens anywhere in Central London, but as Soho is a fave party destination we're in the thick of it.
Oxford Street is Europes longest shopping street. You can aoid it if you don't like shopping or you can take full advantage of it's 1 minute proximity.........
You are in the midst of theatreland too. Picadilly Circus, Chinatown, Leicester Square, Covent Garden are at the end of the street
Hyde and Regents Parks are not too far away for escape to tranquility.
Carnaby Street boutiques, Berwick Street fruit & veg street market
Coffee shops, Hair salons, new designers, tailors, Silk Shops based around Berwick St also famed for record shops
Straight through on a bus to the City. This is the financial district.
To explore other trendy parts of town, you are on a central axis, the one road that runs East to West. TShoreditch/Hackney to Notting Hill
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|Oct 10 2014||Dec 21 2014||£145||£145||-||-||-|
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|Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.|
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Portland, Oregon USA
March 18, 2008
Stayed here for two weeks on vacation. Excellent location, minutes to tube, theatre and great restuarants. 15 minute walk to British Museum. The Soho hotel right behind this building has a great bar - FYI rooms there start at 280 pounds. Restuarants we loved: Busaba Ethai, Imli, Refuel, Little Italy, the Crepe place, Save money on food/coffee with takeways from Marks and Spencer. Apartment has funky charm, lots of hot water/soaking tub, comfortable bed. Needs better alarm clock (we bought our own) Bring earplugs and sleeping pills because the west end can be very loud, on the weekend until 4:30 am!
Kaneohe HI USA
November 30, 2007
What firstly makes this flat special is the landlady. She is very accommodating, helpful and flexible. The flat was perfect for me and my daughter (age 7), especially since we were seeing theatre every night and usually only needed to walk home. Having the convenience of a full kitchen meant that on late nights or when we were tired, we had only to get home to whip up a little meal for ourselves. My one caution (noted in another review) is that Soho is bustling with activity 24/7. On weekends, especially, the streets are crowded and noisy. But we had ear plugs from the plane, so no worries. Those with mobility issues should also note that there are 3 flights of stairs to reach the flat. I would recommend this place to anyone except those who would really be bothered by the noise or stairs. In that case, get a hotel somewhere farther out. But if you like to be in the bustle and you want a "home", this is the place! Thanks again!
Kaneohe HI USA
November 29, 2007
What firstly makes this flat special is Su, the landlady. She is very accommodating, helpful and flexible. The flat was perfect for me and my daughter (age 7), especially since we were seeing theatre every night and usually only needed to walk home. Having the convenience of a full kitchen meant that on late nights or when we were tired, we had only to get home to whip up a little meal for ourselves. My one caution (noted in another review) is that Soho is bustling with activity 24/7. On weekends, especially, the streets are crowded and noisy. But we had ear plugs from the plane, so no worries. Those with mobility issues should also note that there are 3 flights of stairs to reach the flat. I would recommend this place to anyone except those who would really be bothered by the noise or stairs. In that case, get a hotel somewhere farther out. But if you like to be in the bustle and you want a "home", this is the place! Thanks again, Su!
San Francisco, CA, USA
October 29, 2007
Su has made this perfect London location into a delightful place to stay. We were in London for 6 days, but couldn't afford the price of central London hotels. Four of London's best restaurants are within a 3 minute walk: Refuel, Gay Hungarian, Yuatcha, and Wangamama. One the famous Marks & Spencer gourmet take-out delis is a five minute walk. Several charming pubs and coffee shops are the same distance. Two top shows are playing at theaters within a 5 minute walk. Quiet, leafy Soho Square is a three minute walk. Oxford Street clothing stores are a five minute walk. Su keeps the place immaculate and the bathroom and kitchen are fully equipped, modern and stylish, and the shower head gives off a strong spray (which is not always the case in London flats or hotels). There are plenty of lush towels and the queen-sized bed is wonderfully comfortable with high quality sheets and warm quilts. If you are lucky enough to have found this flat on the web, don't wait to book it.
Seattle, WA USA
October 15, 2007
This flat is right in the middle of Soho. I was there for a couple of weeks for work, and our office was in Soho Square. It took five minute to walk to work. The bed was great, the view of the street, even better. If you like to people watch, be in the heart of the action, live in an Apartment and not a hotel room, then this is the place for you. Sue is great, and took care of me! I recommended this place to all my co-workers that might have to visit the London office. For a really easy touristy thing, take the double decker bus! Food can be iffy, you never know what you're going to get. And plan on spending twice what you think you will, EXCEPT for the apartment!
Los Angeles, CA
June 2, 2007
I recently stayed at this flat with a few girlfriends for my birthday week. What a great experience all around: the flat was clean and spacious, in an absolutely amazing location, and not to mention how smooth and friendly the whole letting transaction was with Suzie. My friends in London were amazed that we were able to snag such an amazing flat, and we will definetly be back! Thanks for making a great 'holiday' just that much better.
West Hollywood, California
May 9, 2007
West Hollywood, CA, May 9, 3007 I had a choice between this sweet flat and the 2,500-pound flat suite at the nearby Soho Hotel. I chose the flat because it had a Scrabble game, a large bathtub, a decent supply of tea and a dog friendly "landlady." I used some of the savings to dine at the Soho's excellent restaurant, Refuel, when I felt like it. But it was also convenient to have the fully equipped kitchen and dine in. Almost everything -- including the wi-fi -- worked perfectly and I'd stay here again now that there are Sky TV stations and the washer/dryer's working.
Boston, MA USA
April 25, 2007
I was lucky enough to stumble upon this flat online, and since this was my first trip to London, I had no idea what to expect. Fortunately, my week stay couldn't have gone any better. If you ask me, the most important aspect of a short stay vacation is location, and in my opinion, this flat is in the best location in London. As a first time visitor, I was especially pleased to know that within minutes, I could walk to Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Oxford St, and numerous restaurants and pubs. Also, if you're a fan of the theater, you couldn't ask for a better spot in London. Beyond the location, the flat offered all the modern amenities that one would need. To top it off, the host was very gracious in suggesting a few London spots to see during my stay. Two thumbs up.
April 22, 2007
We stayed 5 nights with our 10 YO son. We loved the apartment. It is cenrally located, very pleasand and the owner is charming and helpful. he bedroom is very confortable. Our son slept on the sofa bed in the living room and enjoyed it.
Atlanta, GA USA
February 25, 2007
The flat was really great, perfect location to explore London.You can walk to all of the best areas of London with easy access by tube to anywhere else you would want to go. My husband is 6ft5in and had no problem with the bed or the bathroom. Great stand up shower compared to some London flats that have shower over the tub. I would highly recommend this flat to a couple who are looking for the 'real' London experience. One note of warning if you don't want to be in the heart of Londons hip and happening nightlife and shopping districts do not stay here. Also if your looking for quaint quiet 'tourist' area this is not for you.
San Diego, CA
February 7, 2007
If you're looking to truly experience London and all it has to offer then look no further and book this flat today. I spent two and a half weeks here and thoroughly enjoyed every minute. It is located in the heart of the theater district with shops and restaurants to meet anyone's needs or wants. There is no shortage of famous pubs or cafes. The flat is clean and has plenty of room and personal accommodations. Your pleasure is a sure thing!