We (2 adults & 1 child) originally booked another property with the same property manager that operates this apartment. Unfortunately after booking the property became unavailable and the property manager offered us this alternative. We found the apartment clean, well equipped and as described in the advert. The apartment is smallish but not a problem for our party size. The double bed is comfortable and we managed to squeeze in the childs put up into the bedroom. The bathroom is compact and the fittings quite old but who spends their holidays in the bathroom! I would however recommend that larger towels are provided. The lounge is ample in size and open plan to the kitchen. We often ate in and found the fridge, oven and hob and kitchen implements more than adequate. Didnt use the washing machine so cant comment. The apartment is one out of three serviced by one stairwell accessed by the street main front door. Occupants of the other two apartments seem to be residents but were quiet. The lady who met us at the apartment was friendly and helpful. She had even brought some of here own sons books etc for our 8 year old to use during our stay. Most kind and thoughtful. The apartment is in a great convenient location literally just round the corner from Mornington Crescent tube. Walking distance to cafes, restaurants and supermarkets of a huge variety. Nearby there seems to be a major police station and/or ambulance station from which the sirens can be heard especially on a Saturday night. This didnt bother us and is part of city life. It didnt disturb our sleep but could if you are a light sleeper/used to village life. All in all a great stay for 9 nights and would use again if in London.
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