The Chronicle Supercity Aparthotel takes the best of Hotelling and the best of apartment living and combines them for the ultimate London break destination…
The appeal of staying in an apartment when heading to London makes perfect sense. Not only will you save money with the facilities to eat in, but you get an abundance more space than your average city hotel room. Yet these factors shouldn’t mean you have to forgo the Hotel perks- cleaning, room service, luxury coffee pods and packets of shortbread biscuits – which is why an aparthotel provides you with the best of both. Introducing The Chronicle Supercity Aparthotel – a brand new Aparthotel bang smack in the centre of the city.
The Chronicle is the latest in the line of Supercity Aparthotels and it continues to provide 5* accommodation and service in the most convenient of locations. Take a step out your front door here and head one way to explore the jewellery district of Hatton Garden, or the other and you’ll find yourself in the buzzing shopping and restaurant area of Covent Garden. The Chronicle boasts 53 luxury apartments nestled down a quiet street behind a rather nondescript facade, holding little clue to the premium offering within.
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Head inside and you are greeted with a bright and airy reception area where you can effortlessly check in then either take the elevator or stairs to your room. The hallways are minimalist in decor, with humorous photos of famous leaders in frames and swish carpets underfoot. Swipe your key card in the door and you are welcomed to a bright and airy lounge/kitchen with sleek wooden floors and a sleek muted décor in cool tones of crème and beige. Contemporary pops of colour come in the form of a teal blue armchair, purple hued cushions on the sofa and bright artwork on the walls.
The space is that of a London apartment, decorated to an enviably high standard and with everything you need to make you think you could settle down here for a very long time. It’s stylish and cosy, it’s luxurious and beautiful and it marries together the right blend of hotel-like indulgence with home-like comforts. The sofa begs you to flop down after a busy day exploring the city, to sit back with a glass of wine and switch on the 32” LED TV for a bit of respite before dinner. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything from an oven to a washer-dryer, fridge-freezer and coffee maker. Spend your evening cooking up a storm in the kitchen, crack open a cold bottle of white, play your favourite songs on the Ruark Bluetooth radio, then tuck into your meal on the table for two. When the evening draws to a close, you can head to the sleek tiled bathroom, fill your bath with Gilchrist Soames bubbles, relax and recline, before wrapping yourself in the type of plush, fluffy towel you only ever find at a hotel.
The bedroom in The Chronicle Supercity Aparthotel is simple, functional and practical all in one. It has a good-sized dressing table, TV on the wall and soft mattress with crisp white linens that beg to wrap you up and refuse to let you go. Close the curtains, shut out the world and prepare yourself for a really good nights sleep. You can commence the next day with a leisurely breakfast cooked by yourselves, or head somewhere local, before taking advantage of the perfect location for another day of exploring London.
Whatever your needs, The Chronicle Supercity Aparthotel is the perfect choice. It takes the best of apartment-living and hotel-service and wraps them together to create a dream city break accommodation.
Is close to
- St Paul’s Cathedral
- Hatton Garden
- Leather Lane
- Tate Modern
- The British Museum
- The British Library
- Covent Garden
- Theatre District
- Farringdon Underground Station (Circle line, Hammersmith and City line & Metropolitan line and Overground trains)
- Chancery Lane Underground Station (Central Line)
- Blackfriars Station
- Kings Cross- St Pancras for Eurostar
The Chronicle Supercity Aparthotel
4 Norwich St