Apartments in The City of London



Minimum stay: 7 nights Min. 7 nights
Liverpool Street

The flexibility of a hotel while at the same time are able to enjoy the space and freedom of apartment living.

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One Bedroom
2
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Studio Executive
2
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Two Bedroom
4
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Penthouse
4
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Minimum stay: 3 nights Min. 3 nights
Liverpool Street

One of the most historic and architecturally significant buildings in the City, this development is unique.

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One Bedroom
2
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Studio
2
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Two Bedroom
4
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Minimum stay: 3 nights Min. 3 nights
Algate East Station

These apartments are perfect for business and leisure travelers who enjoy all aspects of London living.

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One Bedroom
4
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Two Bedroom
6
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Two Bedroom Suite
6
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Minimum stay: 1 night Min. 1 night
Aldgate East

A selection one, two and three bedroom new built apartments a few moments from The City.

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One Bedroom
3
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Two Bedroom Standard
5
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Two Bedroom Executive
5
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Three Bedroom
7
On request


Minimum stay: 3 nights Min. 3 nights
Chancery Lane

These carefully designed apartments are located in a quiet courtyard, just a few steps from the bustle of Fleet Street.

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Studio
2
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1 bedroom
2
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Minimum stay: 3 nights Min. 3 nights
Monument

Bright and airy, these apartments are ideal for families looking for a unique space in a central London location.

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1 bedroom
2
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The City

The City

The City of London has barely changed its borders in centuries and still follows the line of the old city walls to a great degree. The walls around the city, originally built by the Romans, have largely disappeared but several vestiges are still visible (notably outside the Museum of London; just near the Tower of London; and running part of the way down Noble Street) and various place names and streets hint at their prior existence. Locations such as Aldgate, Bishopsgate, Ludgate and Moorgate are the sites of old gates in the city walls.

The City of London is not a London borough and has an ancient and unusual local governance, with rights and privileges greater than those of anywhere else in the United Kingdom. The local authority is the City of London Corporation and the chief position is the Lord Mayor.

Original article source: Wikivoyage, where you find useful information about The City. Creative common licence


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