Imperial Hall, EC1
- The City EC1
- Minimum Stay
- 70 m²
- Request Availability
- Tuckaway Mattress(es)
- EC1V 2NR
Imperial Hall's lovely and comfortable one bedroom, serviced flat is in a great City location with plenty of handy local amenities. Good shops and restaurants in nearby Shoreditch.
✓ The living area has good natural light, wooden flooring and generous living space with a dining table and chairs for six.
✓ TV, Wifi, and central heating.
✓ Fold out bed available for third person.
✓ Lovely, fresh bedroom with double bed and good storage facilities.
✓ Modern, attractive and fully equipped kitchen including dishwasher, microwave and washing machine.
✓ Fully tiled smart bathroom with shower unit about the tub.
✓ Old Street Underground - a couple of minutes away - Northern Line - Zone 1.
✓ Fully furnished and equipped with linen, towels, kitchenware and WiFi.
✓ Weekly housekeeping with linen change is included for stays of 7 nights or more.
✓ The calendar is not live. We will check if it is available for your dates during office hours which are 9.00 -17.30 GMT, Monday to Friday.
✓ Alternatively you may book and your card will be pre-authorised. Payment will be charged when we confirm that the property is available.
✓ Serviced apartment providers do not photograph individual flats as the units are similar. Photos show the style, size and quality of accommodation but specifics such as colour scheme and layout may vary.
This is a fabulous and convenient City location with good transport connections and handy local amenities such as a supermarket and dry-cleaner nearby. There are also plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants close to you here, with all the markets and culture of the surrounding areas to peruse.
- Ironing board
- DVD player
- Water kettle
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Central heating
- Towels provided
Close by attractions
- Cinemas/movie theaters
- Concert halls
- Health/beauty spa
- Antique shops
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 displayed includes VAT, exit cleaning and WiFi. Housekeeping service with linen change once a week is also included for stays of seven nights or more. UK VAT is currently 20% for the first 28 nights and 4% thereafter. Please ask us for a quote if your stay is 28 nights or longer.
TO BOOKPlease book via the property details. Input your dates and number of people to calculate the total. Then follow the Book Now button to the booking form and secure payment gateway. Your card will be will be pre-authorised by your card provider but will not be charged until your booking is confirmed by us. You will receive a confirmation email during our office hours: Monday - Friday 9.00 - 17.30 GMT.
DAMAGE DEPOSITA security deposit covering breakages and damages is required. If a deposit is not charged, ‘the Guest’ may be asked for an imprint of a credit card upon arrival to cover any incidentals.
CANCELYou may cancel within 24 hours of making the booking and receive a full refund, provided the booking is made more than 7 days before arrival.
Cancellations made in writing 7 days or more before arrival will be refunded the total booking fee.
Where you give less than 7 days notice of cancellation, we may charge a cancellation of one night for each business day before the start day.
For group bookings the cancellation is 7 working days’ notice per apartment booked. If three apartments are booked, our notification period is therefore 21 working days, etc.
These notice periods also apply to early departure, postponed arrival or reduction in the number of minimum nights stay.
TIMESStandard arrival time is: 14.00
Standard departure time is: 11.00
To guarantee an early arrival please book the night before. Likewise, if you want to stay later than the standard departure time, please book that day.
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.
Please see our FAQ page for more information.
- Serviced apartment
- Kitchen utensils
- Ironing board
- Shower over tub
- Towels provided
- Central heating
- Portable fans
- DVD film library
- Weekly clean & linen change
Optional extras - charges apply