Imperial Apartments C
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This Grade II listed building, originally built in 1865, is an historic landmark in the old dockland area of Southampton. The hotel was acquired by the London and South Western Railway Company in 1871 with the hotel built over the ends of the railway lines. Many affluent individuals stayed here before embarking on the ill-fated ‘Titanic’ in 1912.
Since then the hotel has been converted into one and two bedrooms apartments and we are fortunate to have eight apartments in this building. Imperial apartments is located in the heart of the city centre and ideally located for whether your stay is for business or leisure. The apartments are ideally opposite the infamous Oxford Street; Oxford Street is home to many restaurants from a wide range of cuisines such as: Italian, Chinese, Spanish tapas and French bistros, and it is here that you will also find a selection of wine bars and pubs. A supermarket is close by, should you require amenities throughout your stay at Imperial Apartments and we also offer selections of different food if you require it.
This apartment can be accessed by the lift or stairs and once inside there is a hallway which will lead you to the open plan lounge/kitchen. The lounge comes with a two seater sofa, coffee table, TV with Freeview, a DVD player and there is a dining table with two chairs too, where you can relax and eat. The kitchen is fully equipped meaning that you won't be governed to hotel timetables. Modern cooking utensils and equipment are supplied including pots and pans, microwave, oven/hob and fridge freezer to accommodate you throughout your stay. Plus there is a washing machine and clothes horse to cater for all your laundry needs.
There is also a good family size bathroom coming with a shower, wash basin and wc; towels and complimentary toiletries are supplied on arrival.
The Master Bedroom comes with a double bed, double wardrobe and two bedside tables. The bed linen is supplied for your stay and if you stay longer than 7 days, our housekeeping team will not only change the towels and bed linen, but they will clean the apartment too.
Unlike hotels, Broadband is free (unlike in hotels) and one allocated parking space is available with this apartment for a small fee of £5 per night.
Exquisitely located on the south coast of England, since the 13th Century, Southampton has been a major port and was home to the RMS Titanic. The Maritime Museum in the Wool House features an exhibition on the ill-fated liner.
Southampton Central is the main station in the city with excellent links to London and other towns and cities on the South coast. Southampton Airport is located in Eastleigh and is connected to the city of Southampton by a frequent rail service, with flights to other parts of the UK and some European destinations.
Southampton harbour is no longer used for car ferries to Europe, but remains the embarkation point for many cruise liners. Sailing remains very popular, and Southampton Water has been the start and finish of the 'Round the World' Yacht Race for 30 years.
West Quay Shopping Centre is the city's main shopping outlet and was Europe's biggest city-centre shopping mall when it opened.
The largest green space is Southampton Common which covers a larger area than Hyde Park in London and includes a Wildlife Centre, a swimming pool and several lakes and ponds.