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This is a purpose built apartment building in London's fashionable Mayfair. Situated off Park Lane in one of the roads leading to historic Shepherds Market with its attractive village atmosphere. Hertford Street is a short walk to all West End attractions - Piccadilly, Oxford Street, Buckingham Palace, Theaters, Galleries, Museums and Hyde Park. These apartments come with a fully fitted kitchen and modern bathrooms. They come in as 2 bedroom 2 bathroom suites. They include a smart living room and dining area, wifi internet, TV and comfortable bedrooms. The apartments have direct dial telephones, multi channel cable television and are furnished to a high standard with fully equipped kitchen and bathrooms. Fully equipped, separate kitchens Separate living rooms Full laundry facilities Full Wi- Fi Facilities Doctor Entry Control with CCTV Protection Maid Service The apartments are located in a quiet residential street in the heart of Shepherds Market in Mayfair, with Hyde Park and Piccadilly an easy walk away. Buckingham Palace and Knightsbridge are also close by.
We have more than 1 apartment in this building. The quality of apartments are the same.
- NO SECURITY DEPOSIT required
- NO Exit Cleaning Payable
- 5 day Cleaning Included (exc weekends and public holidays)
- 24 Hour reception for Free Key Collection
- Secure Car park (payable)
- Linen and Towels included
- Central Location in Zone 1 - Close to all sites and attractions.
This property provides an ideal location with convenient links to London's business districts and for families it offers an ideal base to explore the city and enjoy the independence and space of an apartment stay.
They offer space and a prime central London location. Ideal for corporate or leisure stays as well as for families. Located on one of the oldest streets in London's fashionable and exclusive area of Mayfair. Dating back to the mid-1700s, it's close to Shepherd Market, a historic square and piazza housing a variety of boutique shops, restaurants and Victorian pubs.
Apsley House 0.4 metres
Hyde Park 0.4 metres
Green Park 0.4 km
Buckingham Palace 0.7 km
Royal Academy of Arts 0.7 km
Lancaster House 0.8 km
Clarence House 0.8 km
St James Theatre 0.9 km
Savile Row 0.9 km
The London Library 0.9 km
Oxford street 0.9 km
Restaurants and markets
Restaurant - 0.1
Cafe/bar - 0.1
Supermarket - 0.1
Market - 0.1
London City Airport - 13.8 km
London Heathrow Airport - 21.3 km
London Gatwick Airport - 38.7 km
Most popular landmarks
St James's Park 1 km
Piccadilly Theatre 1.1 km
Piccadilly Circus 1.1 km
Trafalgar Square 1.5 km
Big Ben 1.8 km
Houses of Parliament 1.8 km
London Eye 2.1 km
Mayfair, the most expensive property on the Monopoly board, takes its name from the annual May Fair which was thought to have started in the days of Edward I to celebrate St James Day.
In 1603 it was postponed for a number of months because of the Plague which ravaged London. Not much is recorded about it until the early 1700s when it became a highly popular gathering. Toys and gingerbread were puppet shows, jugglers, fencers and boxers. Other amusement in the form of swings and roundabouts, sausage stalls and gambling tables.
But it became an annual nuisance for residents in the area who complained about the ‘unsavoury and lewd’ happenings, so the May Fair was closed in the reign of George 1.
The London area is one of London's best addresses. It has a variety of architectural styles but retains the air of a well-bred Georgian neighbourhood.
Hertford Street itself was laid out during the great building boom of the mid-1760s and may have taken its name from the Hertford Arms. Hertford Street is one of the oldest streets in London's fashionable and exclusive area of Mayfair. Dating back to the mid-1700s, it is close to Shepherd Market, a historic square and a variety of shops, restaurants and Victorian pubs.
Although leafy and quiet, London is on the doorstep. The area is surrounded by Hyde Park, Park Lane, Oxford Street, Piccadilly, Green Park and Regent Street and boasts some of the finest shopping establishments in the world.
Convenient transportation links provide quick and easy access to the Capital's business districts, the Westminster and Westhall political hub, the West End and other tourist attractions and shopping attractions.
The houses in Hertford Street were occupied by several famous and celebrated personalities who include the commander of the British forces at Saratoga, General John Burgoyne, dramatist and statesman Richard Brinsley Sheridan, pioneer of aviation Sir George Cayley, who lived at No 20 and Charles Grey, later Earl Grey of the Reform Bill.