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Roumen Apr 21st, 2000 02:51 PM

Recommendations - London flat
 
Can anyone recommend a flat to rent in London where they have stayed and it was <BR>great!

Linda Apr 21st, 2000 04:54 PM

If you want to rent one for a short-term stay, I can recommend londonguestsuites.com. They have a number of flats available in various price ranges. We used them in January and were more than happy.

Roumen Apr 21st, 2000 05:16 PM

Linda..thanks for the info <BR>Which flat/location did you choose?

MarkJ Apr 21st, 2000 06:50 PM

We used Price Apartments (http://www.priceapts.co.uk) he (Nick Price) was great. I highly recommend his company!!!

Patrick Apr 21st, 2000 07:51 PM

We will spend 2 weeks in "our flat" in May, the fourth stay in the same flat. We couldn't be happier. It is in the heart of Covent Garden--we are avid theatre goers, so the location is perfect. It is a spacious "loft" type flat with a huge living, dining room and lots of windows, a smallish bedroom with a large bathroom plus a smaller bath with a stall shower and a compact but complete kitchen with shoji screens cutting it off from the rest of the flat. It is about $200 per night, a lot less than a decent hotel in central London. We do it through Farnum and Christ at 1-800-366-2048. I can't imagine staying in London now without that flat.

Jim Apr 22nd, 2000 07:10 AM

Roumen, <BR>A flat is the way to go..try London Central Apts.

Beth Apr 22nd, 2000 12:31 PM

Roumen- <BR>I returned from London two weeks ago. While there, we stayed in a flat in the Hyde Park area. We rented a flat at the Regency, 2 Hyde Park Square. It was a lovely flat, with one bedroom w/king size bed. Had a nice size living room/dining room area and a fully contained kitchen (stove, convection oven, dishwasher, fridge). It was great. The doorman and staff were very accomodating. I liked the location as well. Just a couple of blocks off Bayswater Road, in between Marble Arch and Notting Hill Gate. Buses were a breeze to catch. Email me if you would like more details. I would definitely recommend a flat over a hotel for a longer stay. It gives you much more freedom and space.

Yitz Apr 22nd, 2000 04:00 PM

You may want try one of these webe sites <BR>http://www.vacationhomes.com <BR>http://www.London4Rent.com <BR>http://www.vavationspot.com

yitz Apr 22nd, 2000 04:01 PM

Oops, <BR>http://www.vacationspot.com

Joe Apr 23rd, 2000 05:03 AM

Hotel assist has some apts listed with reasonable prices.

Roumen Apr 23rd, 2000 03:45 PM

My stay will be for one week

carolyn Apr 24th, 2000 07:07 AM

Six of us (three mother and daughter sets) booked a three bedroom flat through The London Connection, phone 44-81-888-393-9120; fax 44-81-801-393-3024, in Queens Gate Gardens, South Kensington, a couple of years ago. It was beautiful, quite close to the Gloucester tube stop, and within walking distance of the V&A Museum, Harrods, and Kensington Palace.

Harrm Apr 25th, 2000 05:37 PM

try London4Rent


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