About this apartment
Unpack and settle into this gorgeous home in Earl's Court and get ready to explore London!
The living room boasts vintage interior decor that makes this a beautiful space in which to relax, socialise or work. After a long day of exploring the city, take the weight off your feet on one of the sofas and truly feel at home! Move through to the kitchen and you’ll find an array of modern appliances and cooking implements.
One of the highlights of this unique home is the furniture and the decoration that come from all over the world, lending a stylish artistic feel to the apartment and creates a unique sense of personality in the property.
The bedroom boasts a comfortable double bed with fresh, hotel-quality linens, as well as ample storage and wardrobe space.
In the mornings, when you want to freshen up, just head through to the well-appointed bathroom, where you can either enjoy a relaxing soak in the tub or an energising shower. Towels and toiletries are provided.
The property will be professionally cleaned before your stay.
You will have access to the entire property and it is important that you are respectful towards your neighbours and keep noise to a minimum after 10pm.
Our standard check-in time is at 3pm and our standard check-out time is at 11am.
This home is being managed by an award-winning property management service team who will do everything they can to ensure you have a fantastic stay! If you have any questions, please get in touch through this website.
The Earl’s Court/Gloucester Road neighbourhood, a district within the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, is famous for its fantastic transport links, picturesque, quiet suburban streets and central location. Only a short walk from the heart of Earl’s Court is Exhibition Road, where you’ll find the famous Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A), the Science Museum, and the iconic Royal Albert Hall, making the area a cultural haven. If you’re looking for a calm and quiet refuge away from the bustle of central London, Brompton Cemetery (a short walk from Earl’s Court) is eerily beautiful and is the final resting places of famous Londoners such as the suffrage activist Emmeline Pankhurst.
There are also some fantastic restaurants and cafes to enjoy. The Troubadour restaurant is a local favorite for live music and definitely worth visiting when in town. The cafe/bar there is open and serves food all day. Tendido Cero and Cambio de Tercio are sister restaurants on opposite sides of the Old Brompton Road, which serve sublime Spanish specialities. The Bombay Brasserie in Gloucester Road is a renowned and highly-rated Indian restaurant with a skylit conservatory. Very good food and also worth visit. For a traditional pub, try the Hereford Arms on Gloucester Road with its great range of beers and film poster decor. Alternatively, head to the The Hansom Cab for a good range of beers and expensive but delicious bar snacks, including lobster nachos.
The closest underground stop a short 4 minute walk and is Earl's Court, which services the Circle, District and Picadilly lines.
The property is on the 2nd floor, and there is no elevator in the building and aproximately 30 steps to get to the front door.