Located on the fourth floor (with lift access), this chic two bedroom Stayo apartment features everything you need for your London city break. The spacious living room boasts dining facilities, a state of the art, fully equipped kitchen and an elegant wrap around balcony with access from the living room and bedrooms and superb views of the Shard and the city. The 68 square metre apartment also features a flat screen TV, free fibre broadband, two spacious double bedrooms and a modern bathroom.
The stunning apartment is located in a brand new building in the heart of Waterloo. The apartment is next to Waterloo Station making it the perfect hub to explore London from.
Stayo Waterloo apartments are in an amazing four storey building with balconies that boast impressive views of London’s landmarks. The apartments are airy and bright, with generously sized living rooms and open plan kitchens. You’ll feel well connected too, as the building is next to Waterloo station.
Waterloo is one of the most dynamic and cosmopolitan areas of Central London. The concentration of transport hubs, award winning cultural venues, and popular attractions makes this one of the few places in London where tourists and locals truly collide. With lots of indie coffee shops and lovely walks on your doorstep, you’ll feel like you’re a local in this more residential part of the city.
This apartment is very quiet despite it’s main street location, as well as being cosy in winter. Combined with high speed fibre connection, outside space to relax after a long day and transport connections right on your doorstep, this is the perfect base for short or long stays in the capital.
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