April 6, 2018
London West End’s newest design led aparthotel on the Strand is superbly located within easy walking distance from Trafalgar Square and the attractions of Covent Garden, as well as numerous West End theatres, galleries, restaurants, department stores and an array of exciting market stalls.
11 ADAM STREET, LONDON WC2R 0DE
Wilde Aparthotels by Staycity at The Strand London comes with 24 Hour check-in and offers a range of studio and hotel room accommodation intelligently equipped to offer a unique experience with the latest technology such as a 43-inch flat screen Smart TV allowing you to also stream your own Netflix movies, favourite songs, podcasts and videos from your mobile or tablet devices. Make the most of your Handy smartphone device which you can also take out of your room while foot surfing about London and offers unlimited local and international calls to selected destinations, complimentary internet access and an on the go hotel concierge service and much more. Each guest room is also conveniently provided with in-room touch panels allowing you to control room lighting, air conditioning, towel rail and blinds.
For superior comfort, all guest rooms come with King & XL sized Hypnos mattresses helping you enjoy a relaxing and rejuvenating night’s sleep while the rainfall shower will refresh you in the morning. All Studios come with a fully equipped kitchenette complete with dishwasher, fridge, microwave, hob, kettle, toaster and nespresso machine.
With a fantastic location creating the defining link between the City and Westminster, The Strand effortlessly combines the business and power centres of London with grand and exquisite cultural structures and a hub of leisure and street entertainment.
The nearest underground stations are Covent Garden (Piccadilly line), Charing Cross (Northern and Bakerloo lines) and Embankment (District and Circle lines) while the nearest car parks can be found in Trafalgar Square and Chinatown.
And be sure to stop by some interesting addresses while visiting by including a trip to Twining’s at No 216 – a teashop opened by Thomas Twining in 1706 and thought to be the oldest company in the capital still trading on the same site as well as the stamp and coin collectors’ titan Stanley Gibbons at No 339.
Escape Ordinary – Wilde Aparthotels by Staycity