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38 Glenthorne Apartments, Hammersmith, London

38 Glenthorne Apartments
38 Glenthorne Road
Hammersmith
London

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All 24 lavishly appointed apartments feature , LCD television with on demand services, DVD player, Wireless Internet access (for which there is a charge), Iron and ironing board, hairdryer. Whilst we do not have an onsite restaurant all the apartments have a fully equipped kitchenette or alternatively there are a large number of bars and restaurants within a 5 minute walk of the hotel. Hotel and location: Located within a 5 minute walk of Hammersmith tube station, the stunning number 38 apartments offer a relaxing base from which to explore the attractions of London. The exciting theatres and shopping of the West End are within an easy 15 minute tube ride, whilst the Natural History and Science Museum in South Kensington can be reached in 10 minutes on the Piccadilly and District Line as can the exclusive shops of Knightsbridge. Closer to home the King`s Mall Shopping Centre and world famous Hammersmith Apollo, which plays host to many of today`s most popular acts are within a 5 minute walk of the hotel.

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