London Guest Suites report


Mar 31st, 2008, 04:58 AM
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London Guest Suites report

Hi everyone! Just got back from my 2nd trip to London. This time my dad and I tried out a flat with London Guest Suites - property 838 in Sloane Square. We were very satisfied with the property. The location was great - very short walk to Sloane Square tube. It was a really large and roomy flat - 2 bedroom and 2 bath. The kitchen was huge! The decor was a little old fashioned, but very nice and we felt very comfortable. It was just myself and my dad, but this flat would also be really perfect for a couple with 2 kids as the second bedroom has twin beds.

Dealing with London Guest Suites was nice and easy. Prior to the trip they responded promptly to all inquiries. Upon arrival the let-in agent was waiting for us and was very pleasant and informative. The only slightly negative feedback I have is that they should probably update the information book about the property that is located within the flat. It's just a little outdated and it's hard to take in everything the agent tells you after a long international flight

So, along with Farnum and Christ, I can also now recommend London Guest Suites for renting a London flat. Both are really great companies to work with and their flats really live up to the descriptions and expectations.

This London trip was even better than the first! Before coming home I met my friend in Amsterdam for 4 days and, even though we had a nice time and a great B&B, I found myself really missing London and the flat!
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Mar 31st, 2008, 05:34 AM
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Do they have a minimum stay? Can i ask how much a 2 bedroom place was pls?
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Mar 31st, 2008, 06:10 AM
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Some flats did have a minimum stay, but others didn't. The min stay on ours was 5 nights. They are super helpful and informative over the phone so I highly recommend calling. Also, one thing that I found is that they run sales that aren't reflected on their website. For example the flat we rented is listed at 2534 for the week and we got it for 2170 (or 310/night). We couldn't have gotten 2 nice hotel rooms for that price so it was a total bargain in my book. Plus the added benefit of a nice living room and kichen. The kitchen helps cut down on costs as well because you can store snacks and drinks and make meals. Because we did this we were able to splurge on some nicer meals out. I wouldn't do London any other way!
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