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Waste disposal system did not work, apartment had a bath but there was not enough hot water to fill half way even with the hot water booster being on for four hours water pressure was very low in shower, not what . Expect from a...More
like any other Oakwood service apartments in London , this property is good
safe, peaceful, high standard rooms
stayed in 1bhk apartment for 2 weeks
fully furnished apartment with all modern amenities
5-10 minutes walk from London bridge underground and Southwark underground station
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United Kingdom > England > London > Southwark / London Bridge
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Oakwood Great Suffolk Street London, England
Even before the arrival of the instantly iconic Shard, the riverside scene in Southwark had moved well beyond any up-and-coming phase of development. For quite some time, locals and out-of-towners alike have loved browsing the boutiques of Bermondsey High Street, foraging through the bounteous stalls at centuries old foodie haven Borough Market, and flocking to the banks of the Thames to enjoy some of Britain's biggest
attractions such as Tate Modern and Shakespeare's Globe. Despite Southwark's many popular draws, instant calm can be achieved easily by turning down almost any side street. For more urban buzz, a quick stroll across famed bridges like the pedestrianized Millennium Bridge or the ever photogenic Tower Bridge yields access to the very core of Central London. And with London Bridge Station as this neighborhood's main transportation hub, getting across town (or to anywhere in England for that matter) is a relative breeze.