This beautiful bright and large apartment is located within 5 minutes walk to LONDON EYE and to all touristic highlights like BIG BEN, Westminster, Soho, Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus. Stroll along the thames with its street life, famous museums and theaters is a MUST.
Enjoy 2 large bright bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom on 2nd floor. On first floor you will love to chat in the living, or have breakfast together in the sit in kitchen. Another bathroom on 1st floor.
The sunny apartment offers a comfortable queen-sized bed, plenty of storage, a desk and chair, sofa, free WiFi and street / market view.
Bedlinen and towels are provided.
The entire apartment with all amenities is accessible for my guests.
All closets are empty but full of hangers, you will find toiletries and hair dryers in the bathrooms. The kitchen is fully equipped with pots, pans, china, glasses and cutlery. Basics like tea, coffee, water, milk, capsules for the Nespresso Machine are provided to make sure your arrival will be relaxed. Detergents for washing machine and dish washer are provided for a stay of 3 nights.
My stand-by guest manager will happily provide more supplies on request for small additional costs.
Please note that not every neighbor is happy about the New Sharing Economy. If we want them to understand the 21st century :-)) we should respect normal house rules like.... no party after 10pm, be quiet in the staircase/hallway, late check-in fee after 7pm, don't ring at neighbors bell because you cannot find the key in your handbag, don't throw things out of the window, eg. Just use your common sense.
Although the apartment is on a very high standard and equipped like a serviced apartment - I am still a private host but not a Hotel with fully employed staff and a front desk.
Me and my team are always happy to assist - but it can take time to follow your not urgent request (like 1 more towel).
A short walk from Waterloo station and the Old Vic theatre, Lower Marsh is a historic south London street in transition. Built (as its name suggests) on former marshland, it has been home to a street market since the mid-nineteenth century, and in the past decade the underrated Zone 1 enclave has embraced the first flush of gentrification.
Dont panic: charity shops and greasy-spoon cafes remain, though youll now find them in between trendy coffee shops, quirky independent retailers and some cute places to grab a drink. On weekdays, workers from nearby offices flock to a long line of food stalls offering cheap eats from all over the world, and a new branch of the super-fancy Hoxton Hotel chain is being built just around the corner on Waterloo Road.
But this doesnt mean Lower Marsh has vanished up its own arse. You can still pick up a greasy Greggs pasty if you fancy one; a rare (for Zone 1) branch of budget supermarket Iceland always seems to be busy; and famous gay sauna Chariots stakes out a prime spot halfway up the street.
All in all, Lower Marsh is definitely worth delaying your next train out of Waterloo for. Just be wary of visiting on a Sunday, when most of the shops and cafs are closed. Yes, in 2016. What do you expect from a street that sounds like its named after a Somerset village?
You have around 10 bus lines and 4 Underground lines from Waterloo. Getting a taxi is easy and you have access to boats at London Eye pier.
Getting around in London, especially from a central location like this is fairly easy.
Depending on your preferences, you can take a bus, tube (underground trains), taxi or Uber.
G-maps would be a good guide to find the right bus or train. I would usually recommend taking double-decker buses because you can see a lot more of the city. For longer distances, the tube might be a better option but it can be very crowded during rush hours.
Taxi can be stuck in traffic too, but with lots to carry, that is often a good option.