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Basil Street Apartments

Knightsbridge, London

spacer line This is a newer brick building, on a quiet side street, in the center of Knightsbridge. It is located across a small street from the famous Harrods Department Store; it is literally in Harrods’ shadow.

It is also near pretty Beauchamp Place, and Wilton Street, which have a quiet village atmosphere and boast some of London’s finest restaurants, pubs, and small shops. Recently redecorated, the decor of all the flats is crisp and clean. There are rich colors, and lovely fabrics in the living rooms, and bedrooms.

Kitchens and bathrooms are modern and fresh. All kitchens have a washer/dryer, a microwave, and oven.

The 3-bedroom penthouse has a dishwasher. The studios all have direct entry from the street. The larger studios are unusual as the bed is on a raised landing which makes it feel separate from the sitting area, and there is a separate kitchen.

The 2-bedroom apartments have zip-and-link beds that can be configured as one king bed, or two twin beds.

The 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartments, have two zip-and-link beds, and one single bedroom. Each flat has a DVD player, a direct-dial phone, high speed internet with free local and national calls via the internet. Each flat has a hair dryer and an iron and ironing board.

Daily cleaning, Monday through Friday, is included in the rental. Weekend house cleaning can be arranged for an additional fee. A folding bed, for an additional guest, is available for £50 per week; a baby's cot (crib) is available for £25 per week. The building has a security camera and a business facility. Note that people checking in after-hours, must collect their keys at a hotel in Marlyebone because there is no one at the apartment building after 5:30pm.

Special Note: Our special promotion is available from 15th September until 31st October 2011.

  • Stay 3 nights and get the fourth night complimentary. 
  • Stay 4 nights and get the fifth and the sixth night complimentary.
Local Favorites
Favorite Local Pub
Name: The Grenadier Pub
Interesting Facts: One of Londons most haunted pubs.
Unusual or interesting place in the area
Museums, Museums, Museums just to list a few. The Anaesthesia Museum: You'll be knocked out by the 2,000 objects related to anaesthesia at London's unusual Anaesthesia Museum! Whether you're an anaesthetist or just curious, the collection dating from 1774 to the present day provides an absorbing story and historical account of advancements in medicine and pain relief. Brunel Museum: On the site of the Thames Tunnel, The Brunel Museum showcases the work of famous engineers Marc Isambard Brunel and his son Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Among the objects on display in are drawings, watercolours and engravings of the pioneering tunnelling project as well as artefacts from the Fancy Fairs that took place there. Fan Museum: One of London's most unique museums, the Fan Museum is home to the world's finest collection of fans, dating from the 11th century to the present day. Housed in a pair of restored 18th-century houses, this surprising museum also features a Japanese garden and spectacular orangery with a gorgeous mural and fascinating gift shop. The Cartoon Museum: Anyone who loves comics like The Beano, The Dandy and Topper is sure to enjoy Bloomsbury's Cartoon Museum. Opened in 2006, this small museum is dedicated to preserving British cartoons, comics and animation from early Punch to current favourites like Giles and Steve Bell. The museums offers fun, interactive activities for kids too. Dennis Severs House: Enter a time capsule in Dennis Severs' House in East London. You'll wander silently through an 18th-century house, lit by fires and candlelight, and absorb the sounds, sights and smells of a recently abandoned family home. The house's 10 rooms create 10 different pictures thanks to artist Dennis Severs' incredible work.
Favorite Local Restaurant
Name: Amaya bar and grill
Type of Restaurant: Smart Casual
Type of Food: Indian
Interesting Facts: Amaya is a casual and joyous restaurant where people can relax and eat with their fingers if they wish.
One thing visitors should not miss
See, touch and experience the major scientific advances of the last 300 years at the largest museum of its kind in the world. With over 40 galleries and 2000 hands-on exhibits, step into the future in the Wellcome Wing, visit the IMAX cinema and virtual reality simulator.
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