- Aldgate E1
- Minimum Stay
- Request Availability
- Tuckaway Mattress(es)
- E1 8NF
A range of stylish one and two bedroom flats offering convenient city living in London's vibrant East End. Enjoy all the history, culture and markets close by, with Tower Bridge and the Thames a pleasant stroll away. You are also minutes from an underground station here.
The living area in this two bedroom flat is light and airy. The floor to ceiling windows offer great views over the city, and there is wooden flooring running throughout.
Comfortable seating area with sofas and armchairs and dining table and chairs for four.
Wifi, breakfast pack, Freeview, TV, DVD, radio alarm clock, iPod dock, telephone.
Two light and welcoming bedrooms also with excellent views out over the City. There is a double bed in each bedroom and black out blinds. One of the rooms has an ensuite bathroom.
The sleek, modern kitchen is open plan to the living area and comes fully equipped including washer/dryer, dishwasher, wine cooler, combi-oven and a full sized fridge/freezer.
A luxurious bathroom with a tub and a shower, under floor heating and heated towel rail. L'Occitane toiletries provided. One of the bedrooms has an ensuite bathroom with a shower.
There is a communal garden here for you to relax and recharge your batteries in.
Aldgate East Underground - Hammersmith & City, District Lines - Zone 1 - under 5 minutes away from the flat.
City Altitude II E1 is fully furnished and equipped with linen, towels, kitchenware and WiFi.
This is a two bedroom flat in a building with a lift.
This short let London home sleeps up to four people in two double beds.
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Enjoy all the best that the City has to offer in this wonderful and vibrant location with so many historical and cultural sights near the River Thames. Take your pick of markets to wander around in such as Spitalfields and Billingsgate and a great selection of good restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes.
Close by attractions
- Cinemas/movie theaters
- Health/beauty spa
- Fitness center/gym
The City of London lies inside London itself and refers to a specific area whose boundaries have remained unchanged since the Middle Ages. These days it is a small but very important area within the great metropolis of London Town. The City has it’s own flag, motto and coat of arms and is referred to as The City, City, or the Square Mile. This is London’s historical heart. It is also a major business and financial centre and along with New York is the financial capital of the world. The London Stock Exchange, Lloys of London and the Bank of England are all based here. The Bank of England is fondly known as "The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street."
East London is full of interesting contrasts - vibrant and multicultural, trendy and traditional, affluent and gritty. It has a wonderful and diverse range of people from bohemian artists, monied financiers to the original 'locals' i.e. Cockney Londoners, with their famous and much-loved rhyming slang. If you need to brush up on yours, rhyming slang dictionaries can be purchased in all good London bookshops, and that's no pork pie!
Aldgate was in past times the eastern gateway from the City to Whitechapel and East London via London Wall. London's oldest synagogue was founded here in the 1600's and it was also the original site of a famous bell foundry in the area, founded in the 1400, which supplied bells to churches in the City.
Just on the edge of the City is Tower Hill, which is close enough to all of the must-see London landmarks, making it very convenient to stay in. It is, however, still removed enough from the hustle and bustle and allows you to mingle with the locals and feel like a Londoner. Liverpool Street Station has excellent train and underground connections for easy access to the west end and Central London.
Once located in or near to this richly historic and ancient part of London, you will find plenty to keep you entertained, amazed, and educated! For example: The Tower of London, Tower Bridge and Traitors Gate, The Monument (built to commemorate the Great Fire of London in 1666), and London's Roman Wall. Or walk across the river Thames, as the South Bank offers fabulous attractions such as HMS Belfast, the Design Museum, Borough Market, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and of course, Tate Modern. There are numerous restaurants and traditional London pubs to cater for all tastes and budgets including St Katherine’s Dock which offers a peaceful residential oasis to slow down and watch the yachts in the marina.
Also nearby are the popular and fashionable areas of Whitechapel, Shoreditch and Hoxton. Much loved by locals for their lively local street markets - Columbia Road flower market, Brick Lane, Broadway Market, Spitalfields and Pettycoat Lane - plus vibrant night life offering pop up restaurants, music venues, bars and renowned galleries and museums. Whitechapel, of course, continues to fascinate visitors and locals not least for it's Jack the Ripper connections. There are still several pubs open today that were around in those terrible Ripper years, The Ten Bells and The Blind Beggar, for example. The Whitechapel Art Gallery is also worth a visit.
The calendar for this property is not live. We will check availability for you, Monday-Friday during office hours which are 9.00 -17.30 GMT. Please send us your request and we will reply to you promptly.
RATESThe total rate displayed includes exit cleaning and WiFi. Housekeeping service with linen change once a week is also included for stays of seven nights or more. VAT applies to this property and will be added to the nightly rate. UK VAT is currently 20% for the first 28 nights and 4% thereafter.
DAMAGE DEPOSITA security deposit to cover 'additional charges' including breakages, extra cleaning or further accommodation charges incurred during your stay may be taken.
CANCELFor stays of 1 to 6 nights the notice period is 7 days prior to arrival date in order to avoid a cancellation charge equal to the total cost of the stay. No refund is applicable.
For stays of more than 7 nights' the notice period is 7 days prior to the date of arrival in order to avoid a minimum cancellation charge of 7 nights’ accommodation.
For stays of more than 29 nights' the notice period is 29 days prior to the arrival date to avoid a minimum cancellation charge of 14 nights’ accommodation.
These notice periods also apply to early departure, postponed arrival or reduction in the number of minimum nights stay.
For group bookings the minimum notice period and the cancellation charge per apartment, regardless of length of stay, is the same as for stays of 29 + nights
TIMESStandard arrival time is: 16.00
Standard departure time is: 11.00
Early arrival and late departure may be possible subject to availability and an additional fee.
PROHIBITEDOnly people listed on the booking form are permitted to stay at the property. No smoking as standard in all London short term rentals. No parties and no pets.
CONTACT DURING STAYThe property provider is a well established and professional property management company who will be your point of contact and take care of you for the duration of your stay.
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- Serviced apartment
- Ceramic hob
- Washer / dryer
- Fridge / freezer
- Kitchen utensils
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- Starter toiletries
- Starter tea & coffee
- Shower over tub
- Towels provided
- Cot - bedding not provided
- Central heating
- Portable fans
- Communal garden
- City views
- Secure entry system
- Weekly clean & linen change
Optional extras - charges apply
- Late check in