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"a very pleasant area of North London, which has retained its village feel"
West Hampstead is a very pleasant area of North London, which has retained its village feel, setting it aside from the hustle and bustle of central London. It's picturesque nature has made it a very affluent area, with more millionaires in its borders than anywhere else in the country. However, you shouldn't be worried about your budget, because 274 Suites offers reasonable accommodation in this popular area, so you can enjoy a home away from home amongst green parks, boutiques and local landmarks.
"members of staff on call throughout your stay to help"
All of 274 Suites' apartments are decorated in an attractive modern style, with comfortable furnishings and sleek, contemporary fittings. Apartments come complete with all you will need during your stay, including a fully stocked kitchenette, en-suite shower room, LCD digital television, air conditioning, a hairdryer, ironing facilities, complimentary toiletries, safety boxes, heated towel rails, a daily maid service on request, linens and towels and a free Wi-Fi connection. All the comforts of home to help you work relax and play. Whilst you will have a discrete hideaway in the city, you will also have members of staff on call throughout your stay to help with any queries or problems.
West Hampstead is full of exquisite delicatessens, such as Rosslyn Delicatessen and Melrose and Morgan, where you can pick up some treats to cook in your kitchen, although a Tesco supermarket is located just a 5-minute walk away for cheaper groceries. The area also has plenty of delightful restaurants to try, such as La Brocca and Basilico Italian restaurants, The Banana Tree Canteen and chains such as Strada and Gourmet Burger Kitchen.
"University of London, King's College campus is also close by"
The safe, peaceful West Hampstead is home to some unique attractions, Abbey Road, where the Beatles posed on a zebra crossing for their eponymous album, is just a 15-minute walk away, and the Everyman Cinema Club, which has been lauded by actors such as Ewan Macgregor is just a 10-minute walk away. The Freud Museum, which holds galleries and still contains the 'Father of Modern Psychology's' couch, is a 15-minute walk away and The Keats Museum is in the same vicinity. Beyond that lays Hampstead Heath, one of London's most popular parks, where you can enjoy boating, wildlife spotting, panoramic views of the city from Hampstead Heath and pay a visit to Kenwood House, which has a famed art collection. The University of London, King's College campus is also close by, so the apartments are a good choice for prospective students or visiting families.
"West Hampstead tube station services the Jubilee Line which travel through central London to The City"
West Hampstead has good transport links in to central London, with West Hampstead overground and tube station just a 5-minute walk away. The over ground stops at Highbury and Islington Station, where you can connect to the Victoria tube line, for a direct link to Victoria Station where the Gatwick Express Train terminates. West Hampstead tube station services the Jubilee Line, where you can change at Baker Street to travel to Paddington Station, for the Heathrow Express Train, or you can travel to Westminster for London's iconic sights and Waterloo for over ground services through the UK and the South Bank exhibition centres. It is easy to drive to the apartments as well, via the M1 and North Circular Road to the A41.
274 Suites would ideally suit guests who want to see London without the noise and crowds of the centre, however, those who want to see the sights of central London without relying too much on public transport may prefer somewhere further into the city. If you do choose to stay here, apartments away from the stairs and away from the front of the building are advisable as they receive less noise disturbance.