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Two Bedroom Two Bathroom
Max Guests: 4 persons
About this property
Nestled in the elegant neighbourhood of South Kensington, Gloucester Road is an exciting corner of West London. Close to Kensington, Chelsea and Knightsbridge. These properties are a stylish residence, featuring light-filled rooms, wooden flooring’s and chic decorative art.
Boasting an enviable location on Gloucester Road, the apartments boast from high ceilings, an elegant bathroom and a balcony. Offering a wide range of attractive amenities including shops, cafes and restaurants as well as being a short distance from the wide open spaces of Hyde Park.
Be enthralled by the exquisite Victorian architecture and lush-lined streets that characterise this neighbourhood, taking you away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.
A mere 5-minute walk from Gloucester Road Underground Station, find yourself easily connected to other destinations via the District, Circle and Piccadilly Lines.
These apartments are ideal for business travellers, tourists, couples and families coming to London.
Shopping is aplenty at Knightsbridge, where a visit to Harrods is a must-do in your schedule. After a long day, unwind with a slow stroll through Hyde Park or Kensington Gardens. From the moment you arrive to the moment you leave, we will make sure you are looked after and time with us is relaxed, comfortable and above all, enjoyable. Our service is second to none.
A wide range of restaurants within minutes walk from the apartments, which include Byron Gloucester Road, Comptoir Libanais, Scoff & Banter Kensington, Garfunkel’s, The Stanhope Arms, Jakobs, Memories of India Kensington, Steak and Co, CheckMate, Knobkhun Thai Cuisine, Da Mario and Richoux to name just a few.
If you are looking for a long stay in London, Crown Lawn Apartments offer a range of amenities to ease your time away from home.
In these uncertain times surrounding Covid-19, we would like to reassure you of the measures in place throughout our apartments:
We offer more than 20 apartments in the same building, images are for guidance only as layout & decor can vary. Quality is assured though! If you have a budget please tell us.
– Every apartment interior is treated with dettol-grade disinfectant
– Promoting regular hand-washing – hand sanitizer available throughout public areas
– We continue to carry out regular cleaning of public areas, elevators etc. to an excellent standard using disinfectant and designated chemicals
– Posters outlining the symptoms, risks and preparations needed are placed in all public areas and departments. Employees have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting in public spaces.
The health and well-being of employees and guests is our highest priority whether you are travelling now or in the future
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Bustling with boutiques, restaurants, bars and museums South Kensington is amongst London’s most desirable and expensive areas. With Kensington Place and Hyde Park just a short walk away, our studio, one bed and two bedroom luxury serviced apartments are an ideal location for anyone that’s looking to explore the amazing City that is London. Knightsbridge and High Street Kensington are also a short walk away and with easy access from either Gloucester Road or South Kensington. Travelling around this area couldn’t be any easier.
The district of Kensington is located within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in the west of London. The north east part is largely Kensington Gardens which as the name suggest was once privately owned but thankfully today is a public park for all to enjoy. Landmarks including the Albert Memorial, Serpentine Gallery and Speke Monument all reside in this area.
South Kensington boasts the museum district, home to the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum as well as the Royal Albert Hall. The area is also the location of many European Embassies. The London Oratory resides on the edge of Kensington’s boundary, a boundary it shares with the equally impressive Knightsbridge.
The area of Kensington is not that well defined, its northern border is created by Holland Park Avenue, the southern border is a complex line where it meets Chelsea but due to the similar architecture not that clear. The east of the borough has a green buffer through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park with the West defined by the west London railway Line and Earl’s Court Road.