London is one of the most stylish cities in the world, so if you’re visiting the Big Smoke, why not do it in style? This selection of luxury apartments will make you feel like a star. So, whether you’re celebrating a special occasion, or you’re planning a business trip, go on – treat yourself. And if they’re out of your budget, well: it’s nice to dream, hey?
Grosvenor House, Mayfair
Perhaps one of the most luxurious and prestigious apartments in the world, not to mention London, is at Grosvenor House, run by the esteemed shopping giant, Harrods. The penthouse apartments, directly opposite Hyde Park, are arranged over seven floors and feature a Poggenpohl kitchen, five double bedrooms, modern bathrooms and full service – and the guide price is a whopping £32,000 per week.
Carlton Court, Mayfair
There’s a range of five-star boutique apartments available at Carlton Court, with a variety of equally luxurious facilities including television packages, seven days a week room service and housekeeping and 24/7 concierge service. The location isn’t to be sniffed at, either.
The Atrium, Knightsbridge
If you want some serious luxury, this penthouse will do the trick. Boasting a whopping six bedrooms, five reception rooms, two kitchens, a master bathroom suite with his and her bathrooms, a gym, a spa treatment room and six terraces and gardens with panoramic views across the city, you may well never want to leave.
Ivor Place, Marylebone
Based just a few minutes from 221b Baker Street, the famous address of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most famous character, Sherlock Holmes, lies this gorgegous maisonette. There are plenty of personal touches to this place, and we’re not sure what we love more – the antique wireless sets or the electric guitar.
Mayfair House, Mayfair
There’s a reason that Mayfair is the most prestigious street on the Monopoly board. Based in this sought after location, Mayfair House features fully serviced apartments including a rather magnificent Royal Penthouse Suite and is located right in the middle of Hyde Park, Oxford Street and Piccadilly.
Sloane Gardens, Chelsea
Perhaps it’s the art deco décor, the nearby designer boutiques of Sloane Street, or the ‘in-apartment dining’ – where a chef caters for you – but we think we’ve fallen in love with this place. The views down Sloane Gardens from the master bedroom are rather special, too.
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