Self-Catering in Woolwich

Comfort Zone @ Vista River View Serviced Apartments, Woolwich, London

Comfort Zone @ Vista River View Serviced Apartments
The Vista Building
Calderwood St


SE18 6JF | View map

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Why use Comfort Zone Apartments Ltd?You won't want to use a hotel ever again once you've stayed in a luxurious Self-Catering Serviced Apartment from Comfort Zone.Comfort Zone specialise in letting apartment accommodation in London in the UK. Offering a choice of 4 star self-catering serviced apartments (sleeping up to six people) to rent at a price which is more affordable than most 3 star city centre hotels. All of our serviced apartments have a 24 hour concierge service. They are fully equipped and have living/dining areas, a fully fitted kitchen, sumptuous bedrooms (master with en-suite), separate bathroom facilities, panoramic river views and a balcony (available with some apartments only). Our accommodation rental packages are flexible and tailored to your needs. You can stay for a minimum of two nights or a week, a month or longer. We are your home away from home. Enjoy the relaxing space of your own serviced apartment. We are offering a relaxed space where you can feel at ease without having to conform to the typical hotel rota for cleaning, breakfast and lunch, but at the same time with many of the added services of a hotel. Our luxury serviced apartments in London are located in Greenwich in the heart of Woolwich Town Centre (in a new development known as The Vista Building, SE18 6JF). Woolwich Town Centre is a vibrant multi-cultural area with great shops and cuisine (including Halal & Vegetarian Asian, Chinese, African, Caribbean etc fast-food/restaurants). There are places of worship for different religious groups within easy reach.

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