This perfectly located one-bedroom apartment has been styled and furnished with a hint of 70s retro, featuring original furniture by Arne Jacobson and Robin Day. The glorious Egg chair forms the centrepiece. Add to that a quiet riverside location, just two minutes from the hustle and bustle of Deansgate, and you have the ideal serviced apartment.
£1,950 per month. Min 3 months.
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This Manchester serviced apartment is located in the heart of the city centre, just a stone's throw from Harvey Nichols and Selfridges and right next door to the five star Lowry Hotel and Santiago Calatrava's eye-catching bridge.
The apartment is on the 10th floor of the purpose-built, award-winning, Chapel Wharf riverside development, The Edge, and has floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall windows which make the apartment very light and airy.
It has an open plan living room and kitchen with small balcony, bedroom and bathroom with a large walk-in power shower that packs a punch.
There's 24 hour on site security, free secure wireless internet access plus an Apple Mac for all your entertainment needs.
You also have use of a secure car parking space beneath the building and access to the modern landscaped garden below.
In the press
"...This architectural magic is enhanced by inspired interior design tricks from up Paul's sleeve. Each apartment revolves around a signature chair, which might be a design classic - an Arne Jacobsen original Egg - or a specially commissioned piece," The Independent on Sunday
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Take a look around Egg in this video made for boutique brand Mr & Mrs Smith. Egg is the second apartment featured - and starts with three dark circles on a grey background.
"...the location, the facilities, the décor, the attention to detail....every aspect exceeded our expectations."Mark McGrath, Weekender More Reviews
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""The Week's Best Deals: Birmingham's Staying Cool at the Rotunda is enticing 'time flexible' guests to its chic, 60s-inspired self-catering apartments with discounted stays on Monday and Sunday nights..." " The Observer Magazine
"There are no bellhops nor a gym...instead you get a Mac Mini, free Wi-Fi, an espresso machine and a juicer (oranges included)." The New York Times
"Self catering couldn't be more groovy." The Telegraph's Stella magazine