This cosy Stayo studio is in a grand historic building, located in the heart of Covent Garden, providing trendy London living in the lively theatre district.
Located on the mezzanine floor, the apartment is well laid out, making the most of the cosy space, with everything you need for a comfortable stay. It offers a double bedroom with a large wardrobe and a shower room. Whilst there is no kitchen, it is equipped with a mini fridge, coffee machine, kettle and work desk area. The sky light floods the room, harnessing the natural daylight available.
Stayo Bow Street apartments offer large sash windows with wooden shutters in a bright and fresh newly refurbished 19th Century building. Situated on the same street as the Royal Opera House, the apartments are the perfect place from which to enjoy London’s cultural hot spots.
Here, you’ll be nestled amongst the hustle and bustle of Covent Garden. Just a few doors down from The Round House, which originally opened in 1868 and quickly became the go to watering hole for the area’s visitors and market traders alike. The area is surrounded by a great variety of boutiques, theatres, art galleries and fashionable restaurants.
Charing Cross mainline and underground stations, located at a mere 300m, provide excellent transport links across London. Covent Garden, Leicester Square and Embankment underground stations are respectively 450m, 500m and 900m away.
Make the most of staying next door to the Royal Opera House and nip round for a seasonal show or head towards the river Thames to discover the numerous parks that line its embankment.
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- Hair Dryer
- Ironing Facilities
Live like a local
On the Doorstep
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