Imperial Apartments F
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Lavish, elegant and full of charm - these apartments converted from a Victorian Grade II listed hotel make the perfect getaway for those looking to add a touch of luxury and history to their stay.
Fun fact: Many wealthy guests stayed in this hotel before setting sail on the Titanic in 1912.
This beautiful one-bedroom serviced apartment is conveniently situated in Southampton City Centre, making it ideal for work or leisure breaks.
These Imperial apartments strike the perfect balance old and new - retaining much of it’s decadent and traditional architectural design but rejuvenated with modern interiors and decor.
Once inside this open plan studio, the hallway will lead you to the living area and kitchen space. The lounge consists of a plush sofa, coffee table and LCD TV with Freeview / DVD. Free Wi-Fi is provided in all apartments.
There is also a dining table and two chairs. A fully-equipped kitchen gives you the option of dining in if you wish. It comes with an oven/hob,fridge freezer, toaster, kettle, microwave and all utensils and crockery. Complimentary tea and coffee is provided on arrival.
You will also find a modern and moderate sized family bathroom boasting a bathtub with overhead shower, basin, WC, as well as fresh towels and toiletries.
The grand Master bedroom includes a comfortable double bed, two bedside tables with lamps and alarm clocks, plus a spacious wardrobe space. Fresh bed linen is provided and can be changed upon request.
Southampton is a historically rich city located along the beautiful south coast of England. A major port and home to the ill-fated RMS Titanic, the city retains much of its maritime heritage while also embracing modern culture.
These apartments are in close proximity to the city centre, meaning you’ll have lots to see and do. Oxford Street is home to many amazing restaurants including Thai, Indian, Italian, Chinese, Italian, French bistros and more. You’ll also find an array of great bars and pubs, from small and intimate to lively and energetic. There are also a number of small supermarkets and convenience stores close by.
Southampton is easily accessible via all main transport links. The main rail station is Southampton Central which has connections with London, Portsmouth, Brighton and other southern cities.
Southampton airport is located just north of the city in Eastleigh. A frequent train service connects the airport to the main city.