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Cheval Three Quays, London

40 Lower Thames Street, London EC3R 6AG, UK
Cheval Three Quays Review
5 Star Rating
16 October 2014Cheval Three Quays
Tags: London, UK, Self Catering reviewsThe Bill: £470 per night

London has a symphony of hotels with suites to suit every visitor. But if you are looking for luxury space and amazing views, then the Cheval Residences Three Quays is an option you'd be crazy not to consider. As a major player in the self-catering market, these are apartments that we'd happily blow our trumpet for.

Its location, location, location at The Cheval Residences and this location couldn't be more idyllic. We can almost touch the crown jewels from our bedroom balcony! The property sits on the banks of the River Thames next to Tower Bridge, and has a very famous next door neighbour; The Tower of London.

"We can almost touch the crown jewels from our bedroom balcony."

Jewels aside, we have balconies aplenty. Thereís the aforementioned bedroom one that overlooks The Tower of London, and two forward facing terraces that overlook the River Thames. Inside or out this is the perfect place to be if you are London bound and the perfect place to dream of if you are anywhere else.

Views aside, the apartmentís stand-out feature is the huge open plan kitchen, lounge and dining area, which could happily accommodate more than your nearest and dearest! The apartment we stayed in had two bedrooms, and both were contemporary in decor with a minimalistic sense of style. Helping to ensure that any longer-term visitors have the freedom to add a few finishing touches to suit their own personalities.

Another of the apartments has features to brag about, it has its own gym. Meaning that traipsing around London in all weathers in your gym kit will be an endurance of the past. You will also feel safe as houses as the apartment block has its own 24 hour security team.

We are confident that anyone who experiences this two bedroom river view deluxe apartment at Cheval Residences Three Quays will have a delightful home away from home experience.

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