Shaftsbury Studio WI
- Soho W1
- Minimum Stay
- 33 m²
- Request Availability
- Tuckaway Mattress(es)
- W1D 5EB
This series of modern flats enjoys a perfectly central location overlooking bustling Soho close to Chinatown, Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus. Take your pick between all the cafe's, bars and restaurants of the West End not to mention the great shopping on Oxford and Bond Streets plus the ease of getting around on foot, bus or tube.
This studio flat has a fresh, modern interior. Comfortable seating area with armchairs and coffee table, dining table and chairs and the double bed off to one side.
Freeview TV, iPod dock.
Fully equipped kitchen that is open plan to the living/sleeping area with washer/dryer.
Smart separate bathroom with tub and overhead shower, heated towel rail and starter toiletries.
Leicester Square Underground - Northern and Piccadilly lines - Zone 1 - under 5 minutes from the apartment.
There are plenty of underground stations in central London that are fairly close together and the bus service here is good, too.
Fully furnished and equipped with linen, towels, kitchenware and WiFi.
A high chair and cot may be provided subject to availability - please request when you book.
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.
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Soho is popular, vibrant and a lot of fun. London's live music scene is strong here and you will find the highest concentration of independent music stores on Denmark Street. Pubs, clubs and restaurants abound and you are a mere stroll away from some of the best shopping streets in the West End such as Bond Street, Oxford Street and Piccadilly. Walk around and enjoy the many wonderful neighbouring areas such as Covent Garden.
Close by attractions
- Cinemas/movie theaters
- Concert halls
- Health/beauty spa
- Antique shops
- Fitness center/gym
Soho is a vibrant and fascinating area in central London, bordered by Oxford street, Regent Street, Charing Cross Road and Leicester Square. There are many interesting side streets with individual shops to stumble across and peruse. Soho is attractive to a wide range of people, be it locals or tourists. Its interesting history and present energetic atmosphere make it a must-see area. This is the place to find live entertainment, great food and a thriving nightlife. The food scene offers up everything from a quick snack bought on the hoof, excellent coffee and pastries, lunch in the local bistro, to fine dining, late. The host of pubs, bars, bistros and trattorias available here ensures there is something for every taste and budget.
The long tradition of live theatre and performance is as strong today as ever, from big production musicals to corny cabaret acts… Wander down Shaftesbury Avenue at night to see the glittering lights of Theatre-Land or head off to Leicester Square for the cinemas. This is also the heart of London’s live music and clubbing scene. Jazz was introduced to the UK via the clubs of Soho and famous ones such as Ronnie Scott’s are still going strong. That well-known side road to Charing Cross Road, Denmark Street, is home to music shops. Known as London's Tin Pan Alley, it has housed publishers, shops, venues and studios for budding songwriters and musicians since the 1920's. All bands and solo artists worth their salt recorded, played or bought their instruments on Denmark Street. Check out the fabulous displays of guitars in the shop windows...
In the 20th century, Soho became the centre of bohemian London, with its writers, artists and poets frequenting the many dark and cigarette-smoke filled pubs and clubs. Beatnik culture had its beginnings here, and Carnaby Street was at the centre of the swinging 60’s. This somewhat rebellious, intellectual, vibe still thrives. Charing Cross Road was known for it's bookshops, especially antiquarian, rare and second hand. There are not nearly as many to be found now as there were in it's heyday, but Foyles and Blackwell's are open for business, and you can still find some second hand and specialist shops dotted around. The wonderful 84 Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff pays tribute to a bookshop that once stood there. There is a plaque that marks the spot today.
The origin of the name Soho is still debated today. The generally accepted one is that Soho is an old English hunting cry, much like Tally-ho! King Henry VIII and other monarchs and royals loved to hunt in the fields and woodlands around this part of London in their day.
At any rate, the name suits the area perfectly.
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.
Cots are charged separately and on request at £60.00 + VAT per week.
Parking – if offered – is charged at £100.00 + VAT per week.
TO BOOKPlease book via the property details. Calculate rate and follow the Enquire button.
A secure-payment link will be emailed to you during office hours.
Monies are due at the time of booking and can be paid by bank transfer, debit or credit card.
DAMAGE DEPOSITA security deposit of £200.00, covering breakages and damages is required at the time of booking. If a deposit is not charged, ‘the Guest’ may be asked for an imprint of a credit card upon arrival to cover any incidentals.
CANCELCancellations made in writing 14 days or more before arrival will be refunded 90% of the total booking fee. Where you give less than 14 days notice of cancellation, we may charge a cancellation fee equivalent to the Agreed Price or two weeks rental, whichever is less.
TIMESStandard arrival time is: 16.00
Standard departure time is: 10.00
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
- Washer / dryer
- Kitchen utensils
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- Starter toiletries
- Shower over tub
- Towels provided
- Central heating
- City views
- Walk up - no lift
- Weekly clean & linen change
- Welcome hamper
Optional extras - charges apply
- Extra bed