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St George Wharf
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This apartment is fully furnished with everything you would expect in your home and is part of London’s most famous riverside developments, boasting fantastic views over the Thames.
The kitchen is open-planned with fully fitted modern appliances. You will find a fridge-freezer, built in microwave, kettle, toaster, electric hob, over, cutlery, crockery, drinking glasses, kitchen utensils, dishwasher, oven gloves, kitchen cloths and much more.
The bedroom has a Thai chic double bed and a built-in wardrobe, with hangers and extra double duvet, pillows and bed linen for the 2 additional guests that the apartment can accommodate. The 2 additional guests have a quality sofa bed in the reception area. All bed linen is provided cleaned and pressed. The bedroom also has a new en-suite bathroom, which has an indulging bathtub with a power shower. You will find that toiletries are provided for your stay, along with towels.
The apartment comes with an Iron, Ironing board, hoover, broom, mop and bucket, washing machine and dryer, and hair dryer. Consumables such as dishwasher tablets, clothing soap powder is also provided, again, everything you would expect in your home. You will also find an adapter in the apartment for oversea guests to use their electricals and you will also find broadband wireless Internet.
For your luxury and comfort, the reception area has a large wide screen TV with cable for a numerous selection of channels. The apartment has a fan system with remote controls to adjust the room temperature to your comfort and also has an intercom door entry system. Another special feature of the apartment is that there is under floor heating, which can be adjusted at your convenience. The water heating system can be changed to constant or timed with a booster at you convenience. Being located in central London, the apartment is soundproofed with strong double-glazed windows so you can view busy London but not hear everything that is going on outside.