New Serviced Apartments to Open in London's Sloane Square

Alnwick Castle and the Lions Bridge
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Those who can't choose between staying in a hotel and renting a private apartment for short-term stays should take a look at Sloane Square, The Apartments by The Sloane Club. The new venue will launch this month in one of London’s chic-est neighborhoods, and we think it looks grand.  

Designed as a home-away-from-home for stays of seven nights or longer, the 18 new serviced apartments are located on the quiet residential road of Sloane Gardens across two of its late nineteenth century red brick and stucco buildings. Visitors can choose from studio, one- and two-bedroom residences.

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The interiors come with bone china tableware, Nespresso machines, L’Occitane toiletries, Siberian goose down duvets and pillows, Egyptian cotton linens, and  have Samsung SMART TVs. 

Available services for residents of The Apartments include access to a 24 hour concierge who can arrange car transfers, restaurant bookings, theatre tickets, and assist with any enquiries or itinerary planning. Meals are available to order from The Sloane Club, and The Club Chefs are also available to prepare dinners in the kitchens of The Apartments themselves (perfect for entertaining guests, we say, and wait staff are also available).

Good to know: Stays must be at least seven nights, and all rates are commissionable to travel agents at 10 percent.

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