St Christopher’s Place is surprisingly quaint considering its proximity to the perpetually bustling Oxford Street. An oasis of calm, St Christopher’s Place has a village feel: the area contains wooden benches to relax on, hanging baskets bursting withcolourful flowers and quaint shop fronts.
Offering studio and one bedroom apartments in Standard and Premium editions, St Christopher’s Place is minimally decorated throughout. The white walls reflect the natural light pouring in through large windows, ensuring that the living space is both bright and hospitable for work. The open-planned kitchen offers all of the requisite utensils for self-contained living, while a dining table is capable of seating four.
The capacious, understated, bedroom contains ample storage space and a comfortable double bed topped by fine linen. The bathroom features both a bath and shower. A weekly maid service is offered to guests.
In contrast to the uniformity of the chain stores that line Oxford Street, St Christopher’s Place contains countless independent boutiques, restaurants and trendy cafes. Offering a variety of eating, drinking and shopping options, the area has a quintessentially British feel.
Regent’s Park, one of central London’s eight parks, contains an array of activities whilst acting as a serene retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Surrounded by white stucco houses, Regent’s Park is the home of London’s Zoo that contains animals from across the globe, the Open Air Theatre that hosts performances throughout the summer and Primrose Hill.
London’s iconic West End provides ample evening entertainment. Ranging from the latest hit play to classic Shakespeare performances, the West End offers something for people of all propensities.