What We Love
- Central London living with a stylish suite in a sophisticated aparthotel - welcome pack included
- Tucking in to breakfast and lunch at the Printworks Kitchen before hitting the city
- The ultra-modern décor of the Rosebery’s stylish apartment suites
- Having St Paul’s, the Thames and Clerkenwell's quaint cafés and markets right on your doorstep
What To Know
- Apartment-style suites feel like home with full kitchens, living areas and free WiFi
- The property has a Zipcar for guest use
- Weekly maid service, not daily
There’s no better way to get under the skin of a big city’s personality than to live like a local, immersed in the culture. Supercity’s newest aparthotel complex, the stylish Rosebery, gives the freedom and flexibility to do just that in the midst of London’s finest sights.
Not only are its stylish and sophisticated suites designed and furnished to the highest specifications – with a sleek fitted kitchen, sunny contemporary living space and cosy (yet achingly trendy) bedrooms – there’s a host of personalised touches that go a long way to making this restored Victorian Red Brick feel like home – from the use of a local ‘Zipcar’ to whizz around town in, to 24/7 reception and weekly maid service. There’s also a fully-equipped fitness centre and Printworks Kitchen, which serves breakfast and lunch from Monday to Friday. On Wednesday to Friday, it’s the perfect spot to enjoy a glass of wine and a sharing board or snacks in the evening.
The Rosebery’s fabulous suites are all fully furnished, serviced apartments that max out on designer details and luxurious extras alike. They’re awash with light, which is only heightened by the white walls, modular mushroom kitchen units and the pale flooring. Fully-fitted kitchens come complete with cutlery, crockery, glassware, a Nespresso coffee machine, oven / microwave, hob, fridge, kettle, toaster and dishwasher. Please note that all apartment types sleep two people only.
The Rosebery is brilliantly placed, near the major rail hubs of Euston, King’s Cross and St Pancras for the Eurostar. Many of the capital’s most iconic landmarks and attractions are within walking distance of just a short tube ride away, including St Paul’s Cathedral, Tate Modern, The British Museum, The British Library, the shopping utopias of Oxford Street and Selfridges, vibrant Covent Garden, and the leafy greenery of Regents Park.
How to Get There
The location was excellent - 10 mins walk away from Holborn. On arrival I was greeted by the receptionist very politely. The apartment was spacious, modern and clean. Bedroom was very quiet and bathroom was lovely.
The Rosebery rooms are fully functional modern apartments where your csn really feel at home. The staff are outstanging, always welcoming and very helpful. The location is good among lots of things but 1Km from a range of station. Be prepared to walk, but that's London.
The hotel is located in a very convenient area very close to good restaurants and nice cafes. Rooms are big, clean and modern with fantastic beds. The building is elegant and has been refurbished very well with great attention to the details. Salvo, at the reception, has been amazing and always available to help. We stayed two nights in the hotel with our daughters and we very much enjoyed the experience.
Hiccups from day 1. The receptionist caused chaos with the payment. Broken blind on the bed, computer console not working properly, heated towel rail broken and washing machine not working properly. Zian, Paolo and Salvatore corrected the problems to make our stay very enjoyable.
We Stayed at the Rosebery Aparthotel for three nights.
The Apartment was perfect,the attention to detail was faultless,
We arrived for check in just before 2pm and had a really smooth check in and arrived at what was a truly spotlessly clean appealing apartment.
We found it really comfortable with everything we needed for our mini break.
If i could find a fault is that the apartment was too hot even with the air con on.
The 'handy' gadget in your room that you can take around with you to make calls, search street maps etc was a great gadget to have, we found our way to the nearest tube on Chancery Lane was just a pleasant ten minutes walk away, guided by our handy gadget.
Taxi from kings was £7 and is less than a ten minute ride.