Apartment One: London’s most luxurious fully serviced apartment for the opulent few

Luxury lovers who seek the best in accommodation wherever they go are sure to fall in love with London’s largest and most luxurious fully-serviced apartment. The ultimate in luxury lifestyle living, this lavish pad known as Apartment One and located at Lancaster Gate Hyde Park Apartments has been introduced by London Choice. The lavish 2-3 bedroom apartment has been individually designed with great attention to detail. The plush apartment has beautiful American walnut flooring, walk-in wardrobes, air-conditioning, and under-floor heating throughout, Binova kitchen units with state-of-the-art Miele kitchen appliances and unique gadgets, magnificent contemporary bathroom suites and guest toilet, automated Lutron lighting system and various other amenities catering to the needs of the luxury traveler. Each suite is designed to please but the Master Bedroom is what will take your breath away. The Master Bedroom has a huge 23 foot lavish contemporary spa / bathroom suite with a skylight, a large double-ended bathtub with Whirlpool & Jet-Spa as well as a rain shower with a 23″ Water-Proof Television besides the 52″ Flat-Screen Television in the room.

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There is also a 52″ Flat-Screen Television in the main reception and a wonderful inner outdoor patio shared by the two main bedroom suites. Equipped with all hi-tech gadgets for both entertainment and security, this luxurious apartment can easily house up to 6 guests at a time. There is a separate additional reception area with a large double sofa bed for two additional guests. Truly luxurious, this beautiful apartment has its own private off-street entrance and private elevator key access. What is more, it is also situated in the most enviable residential locations with Hyde Park on its doorstep.
Whatever your requirement, business or leisure, this luxurious apartment is sure to live up to your expectations.

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