Trinity Tower II Canary Wharf E14
- Docklands E14
- Minimum Stay
- Request Availability
- Tuckaway Mattress(es)
- E14 9JW
Style and comfort in London's Docklands! A series of beautifully designed serviced flats with large windows and balconies offering some amazing views out over Canary Wharf and the Thames. This Lantern's Court development has some great on-site amenities and you are close to the buzz of Canada Square plus some very handy transport links.
Spacious and bright living area with large windows, balconies and wooden flooring.
Comfortable seating area with sofas and coffee table, dining table and chairs.
TV, DVD, central heating, reception on site, fitness facilities on site, car parking on site, radio alarm clock, iPod dock.
Two bright and welcoming bedrooms with floor to ceiling windows and double beds.
Modern kitchen that is open plan to the living area and is fully equipped including microwave, dishwasher and washer/dryer.
Upon arrival you will find a breakfast pack which includes tea, coffee, hot chocolate, milk, cereal and baked goodies.
A smart bathroom with a walk in shower, heated towel rail and L'Occitane toiletries.
Second ensuite bathroom with a walk in shower.
Canary Wharf Underground - on the Jubilee line - under 5 minutes walk away from the flat - travel zone 2.
South Quays - on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) - under 5 minutes away - travel zone 2.
Trinity Tower II Canary Wharf E14 is fully furnished and equipped with linen, towels, kitchenware and WiFi.
This is a two bedroom/two bathroom flat in a building with a lift.
This short let London home sleeps up to four people in two double beds.
These fabulous, serviced flats in Canary Wharf have some marvellous views and attractive extra amenities such as onsite parking and fitness facilities. Quick and easy transport into central London via the tube or DLR, with West India Quay's warehouses and markets a pleasant, water-side stroll away. You have your pick of some excellent restaurants and cafe's here also.
Close by attractions
- Cinemas/movie theaters
- Concert halls
- Health/beauty spa
- Fitness center/gym
The Docklands lie in east and southeast London and have a fascinating history. Previously known as The Port of London, they were once the largest port in the world. In medieval times, ships docked at small quays by the City but this location was unsuitable and cramped. The industry was moved and slowly developed during the Georgian and Victorian eras, lining the river with docks, warehouses, jetties, piers and wharfs. The various docks specialised in different produce. Millwall took grain, and St Katharine took wool, sugar and rubber, and so on. In this way, each dock developed it's own history and character and the people who lived and worked on them had a unique slang and culture. Traces of this rich, unusual history are still felt today even after major modern redevelopment…the old world maritime culture has left it's mark and continues to permeate the entire area. The Docklands has it's own newspaper, and symphony orchestra. Charles Dickens loved this part of London and often wandered here to think and get inspiration. There are some marvelously atmospheric descriptions of the low lying marshes in Great Expectations and Our Mutual Friend.
Canary Wharf is part of the East End Docklands. It is one of the world's leading financial and media centres, with Reuters, Trinity Mirror and Ogilvy all based here. It is the decisive British answer to Manhattan and is a busy business hub. With a vast array of shops, bars, restaurants and coffee shops, this is a vibrant, exciting part of London. Visit the Museum in Docklands, venture further to find the local bars around the Isle of Dogs, or soak up the prominent maritime culture of the area.
This amazing regenerated area provides one of the best work, leisure and shopping environments in London. It’s also offers some of the most awe-inspiring modern architecture to be seen in the capital. It's a wonderful blend of the old and the new. The tall white Canary Wharf Tower was the tallest building in the country, recently surpassed by the Shard! You have a choice between two huge shopping malls, and most of the shops, bars and restaurants stay open seven days a week, till late.
Enjoy the many parks, gardens, fountains and streams…some with an intricate, innovative design. Just by Canary Wharf underground, you will find Jubilee Gardens with its trees, flowers and walk-ways. The Wharf hosts more than 100 arts events each year, and there is a temporary ice-skating rink set up here each winter.
Enjoy everything that the neighbouring areas have to offer, which is plenty! You can find the best curry around on Brick Lane, soak up the naval history of Britain in Maritime Greenwich, or witness the heritage of the London 2012 Olympics at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Limehouse DLR (Docklands Light Railway), South Quay DLR, Heron Quay DLR and Canary Wharf Underground (on the modern and speedy Jubilee line) all provide convenient links if you're staying fairly local or on to the City and the West End.
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
- Hotel apartment
- Kitchen utensils
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- Starter toiletries
- Starter tea & coffee
- Shower over tub
- Walk in shower
- Towels provided
- Central heating
- Gym private
- City views
- River views
- Self check-in
- Reception on site
- Luggage room
- Secure entry system
- Parking on site
- Gym - shared
- Weekly clean & linen change
Optional extras - charges apply