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Shaw House Apartments

West End, London

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Shaw House Apartments is one of the serviced buildings in London that have from 1 to 4 bedroom flats available to reserve.

This serviced building was once the home of author W. Somerset Maugham.  Now a serviced short-term apartment building, the flats have been refurbished and decorated in traditional English style.  Rooms are spacious and have high ceilings. 

Enter into a welcoming small communal lobby that has  a seating area with a sofa, chairs and nice prints and other accessories.  A doorway on the far end leads to the hall  that has an elevator and stairs up to the apartments.

All of the flats have the same high standard of comfort and style.  Living rooms have  a comfortable sofa, substantial oak furniture,  cable TV, video, CD player, direct dial phone and answering machine.  Dining areas have large tables and sturdy chairs.  Large windows look out to street or garden views.  Modern kitchens have a refrigerator/freezer, oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer.

Bedrooms have either a queen bed or twin beds, excellent storage.  Master bedrooms have a TV.  Bathrooms have a tub and a shower.

There is a resident house manager, a video entry phone system.  Flats are serviced Monday through Friday (daily by special arrangement).  Additional services, gym membership, cleaning, shopping, fax machines, video library are all available at an additional cost.  For an additional fee, someone will do grocery shopping before your arrival.

Local Favorites
Favorite Local Pub
Name: The Punch Bowl
Interesting Facts: The Punch Bowl, located at 41 Farm Street, Mayfair, is a London public house, dating from 1750, the second oldest in Mayfair. It is a Georgian building, and although altered over the years, it retains many periodic features including a dog-leg staircase, internal cornicing and dado panelling.
Unusual or interesting place in the area
Le Gavroche in Upper Brook Street is named after a street urchin in Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables. The restaurant, which opened 40 years ago in 1967, was the first in the UK to be awarded three Michelin stars in 1982. Chefs Marco Pierre White, Gordon Ramsay and Marcus Wareing have all worked in there.
Favorite Local Restaurant
Name: The Wolseley
Type of Restaurant: Smart
Type of Food: Mediteranean
One thing visitors should not miss
Mount Street was named after Oliver’s Mount – a Civil War fort in what is now Grosvenor Square gardens. It stood against the Royalists from 1642 to 1647.There was another fort opposite Apsley House at Hyde Park Corner.
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