Perfect for the modern business traveller and relocators, as well as for quick getaways, The Chronicle provides an effortless place to work, rest and play, giving guests the comforts and freedom of a home with many of the amenities associated with a hotel, plus bags of character.
The aparthotel is centrally located in the capital’s legal district, with Covent Garden just a stone’s throw away.
Much more than a traditional hotel room, it’s a luxurious living space that delivers on style, sophistication and a ‘professionally informal’ service, perfect for ‘time out’ after a busy day or for entertaining friends and colleagues.
The 53 stylish and contemporary one and two-bedroom apartments and studios, five with private terraces, offer more space than your standard hotel room and come with relaxing living areas and beautiful bedrooms featuring carefully curated original art work, often from local artists.
Bathrooms come complete with luxury complimentary toiletries by Gilchrist and Soames whilst the kitchen offers all the home essentials and more – fridge, cooker, oven, washer-dryer and a Nespresso machine. The suites can be booked at competitive rates for short-term or long stays with the option to pay 7 days before arrival.
As standard, The Chronicle offers a 24-hour reception, an on-site gym and weekly housekeeping service. Personal training sessions, extra housekeeping and dry-cleaning services are also available at an extra cost.
Guests’ digital needs are also taken care of with complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and Sky TV with movies and sport as well as digital access to an array of newspapers and magazines via Newsstand. Guests will also find a personal handysmartphone in their suites, offering unlimited data, domestic and international calls to selected destinations.
The Chronicle offers two floors of dedicated members’ co-working space. The light and spacious area will offer guests even more flexibility, featuring ample desk space with comfortable seating and super fast Wi-Fi.
The property also offers all-day dining, courtesy of partnered independent bar restaurant, 26 Furnival.