The apartment complex is situated in Farringdon, a buzzing part of central London that combines local and international business with a variety of lively restaurants and bars. The jewellery quarter of Hatton Garden is a stone's throw from the apartment building, with Fleet Street and the City not too much further afield. There are lots of acclaimed restaurants in the area, including new openings from Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay in the One New Change shopping centre, and Smithfields Market and St Paul's Cathedral are also within walking distance. Farringdon and Chancery Lane tube stations are both a short walk from the apartments and provide access to the rest of London via the Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith and City and Central lines, as well as some mainline trains.
The 24 hour reception is available to set your mind to rest over any queries you might have, and there is secure entry and surveillance of the property at all times. Laundry and dry cleaning services are on offer at an additional charge, as is the chauffeur service provided by the Atelier EC1 by BridgeStreet apartments. There is also WiFi access across all communal areas in addition to the individual apartments. Environmentally conscious guests will also be pleased to hear that the apartments use green technology and that over 10% of its energy usage comes from renewable sources.
Each studio, one or two bedroom apartment is designed with contemporary flair and individuality in mind, from the sleek modern kitchens to plush bedrooms in a muted white and brown. Large leather sofas, flatscreen television, wall prints and dining tables help to enforce a homely yet luxurious atmosphere, and each apartment comes complete with facilities such as air conditioning, iPod docking stations, TV with DVD player, dishwasher, hairdryer, washer and dryer, microwave, iron and ironing board, high speed internet access and separate, fully-equipped kitchen and bathroom areas.
The fully-equipped kitchen and overwhelming choice of restaurants and bars in the local area should tide guests over in terms of dining, whether they fancy cooking something up, ordering in a takeaway or going out for a more formal meal.