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Rent: £520 pw | Location: Belvedere Road | Type: 1 bed flat
Available From: 2013-07-01 | -waterloo

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Property 1 - bedroom apartment with views of the Thames and London Eye.

Large 1 bed flat with high ceilings in a luxury block with 24-hour porterage opposite Houses of Parliament in historic County Hall. Located in a private road off London Eye and on South Bank.

Free access to onsite gym, 2 5m pool and sauna/steam room/jacuzzi and a professionally run gym with various classes.

This one bedroom South Bank apartment enjoys a wonderful riverside location next to the London Eye and opposite Big Ben. Whilst the apartment does not have a river view, the building is in a stunning, central location next to the London Eye. The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben is on the other side and London Eye next to you with the South Bank promenade stretching for kilometres either side.

This bright and comfortable apartment is approx 45 m² and has a large double bedroom, living area, compact fully equipped kitchen and family size bathroom. The large bedroom has a double bed, fitted wardrobes, chest of drawers, bedside cabinets and reading lamps.

There is a large flat screen TV in the living room and wireless high-speed Internet access. For guests staying for longer periods a weekly cleaning is provided as part of the package.

The kitchen has all cooking utensils, cutlery as well as a fridge, freezer and provision of a kettle, coffee maker and toaster.

London Eye: This graceful cantilevered construction has become the UK's most popular tourist attraction. It provides panoramic views of London from the banks of the River Thames.

If you want to experience the largest Ferris wheel in Europe, you should seek London Vacation Rentals without further ado. When it opened in 1999, The London Eye was the largest observation wheel in the world.

There are of course innumerable tourist attractions tempting people from far and wide to seek London Vacation Rentals, but the London Eye is by far the most popular, visited by more than three million people each year.

Situated in Jubilee Gardens on the banks of the River Thames in Central London, the London Eye, or Millennium Wheel as it’s sometimes called, has 32 air-conditioned, egg-shaped glass and steel gondolas or ‘pods’ around its circumference, each one capable of holding 25 people. Up to 15,000 people a day ‘do the round’ on the London Eye.

Houses of Parliament: The Houses of Parliament is where the government of the UK meets, in a magnificent gothic style building which dominates the London skyline.

Also known as Westminster Palace, the Houses of Parliament have a superb position overlooking the River Thames on the South, and with Parliament Square and Westminster Abbey on the North. English Kings were historically based at Westminster and there has been a palace on the site from the 11th century onwards, rebuilt several times. The current building dates from 1840, and was designed by Charles Barry as a parliamentary palace fit for State ceremonies.

The building is home to both the House of Commons and the House of Lords and extends over 8 acres. It is a Grade 1 listed UNESCO World Heritage site, yet you can find excellent accommodation within walking distance, including a range of prestigious London holiday rentals. The palace has three main towers including the enormous four-faced clock tower which is better known as Big Ben.

Trafalgar Square: Trafalgar Square is traditionally a tourist site of London. Despite this, Trafalgar Square is host to many events such as the Chinese New Year, Diwali, the Liberty Festival, and Eid. Christmas in Trafalgar Square is definitely a sight to be seen, as well.

The road to becoming one of the most famous squares in the UK and the world was not a short one. The square commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar from 1805. This was a renowned victory for the British Naval Forces in the Napoleonic Wars. The name of the square was originally “King William the Fourth’s Square,” but George Ledwell Taylor thought that was a little lengthy and proposed “Trafalgar Square” as an alternative. The present architecture and set up of the Square was completed in 1845. Since then, many changes and improvements have been made to the fountains and the set up, including new pump systems, new statues, and travelling art presentations.

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