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Self-Catering in Aldgate

SACO London - Aldgate, Aldgate, London

SACO London - Aldgate
Leman Street
Aldgate
London

E1 8EY | View map

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Located on Leman Street within walking distance of the The City and just 2 minutes walk from Aldgate East Undergound Station; SACO Aldgate comprises a stylish and elegant collection of one and two bedroom serviced apartments. Set in a beautifully restored Grade II listed Victorian building with an adjacent contemporary property newly built to complement the stunning architecture of the original 'Sugar House'. The original building is home to a working replica of Big Ben and is a prominent local landmark. The apartments here are light and spacious, featuring stunning interior design with glass fronted living rooms, fully equipped open plan kitchens and luxurious bathrooms with a range Molton Brown toiletries. SACO Aldgate is ideally placed for all major corporates in The City and with easy access to all London’s transport networks, Tower Bridge, Tate Modern, Whitechapel Gallery, the Swiss Re Building and NatWest Tower in The City.

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Number of Rooms: 20
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