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DO NOT STAY AT THIS APARTMENT!
Firstly, the address given upon confirmation is incorrect and when asked about this after check in, I was advised it is used as a guide - the original address is almost a kilometre up the road. This is blatant...More
We stayed here feb half term week, yes its a bit of a pain having to go to the office to get the keys but you just leave the keys in the apt when you go. Well furnished obviously not the best gear but all...More
The apartment is clean and tidy. Pretty good size for London. Location is a good 15-20 minute walk from london bridge tube station. The downside is that the apartment is on the noisy side and the blinds are vertical blind slats meaning lots of light...More
Booked a two bedroom apartment online from Australia. Arrived and initially went to the wrong hotel reception because of poor signage. Reception was a windowless room on level 1. We were met by two men sitting in the foyer. We were too early to check...More
Even before the arrival of the instantly iconic Shard, the riverside scene in Southwark had moved well beyond any up-and-coming phase of development. For quite some time, locals and out-of-towners alike have loved browsing the boutiques of Bermondsey High Street, foraging through the bounteous stalls at centuries old foodie haven Borough Market, and flocking to the banks of the Thames to enjoy some of Britain's biggest
attractions such as Tate Modern and Shakespeare's Globe. Despite Southwark's many popular draws, instant calm can be achieved easily by turning down almost any side street. For more urban buzz, a quick stroll across famed bridges like the pedestrianized Millennium Bridge or the ever photogenic Tower Bridge yields access to the very core of Central London. And with London Bridge Station as this neighbourhood's main transportation hub, getting across town (or to anywhere in England for that matter) is a relative breeze.