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At the height of luxury our serviced duplex property Maritime Chamber is just for you. Situated in the heart of Southampton for city and public transport connections you are never far from a choice of relaxation and entertainment from this Grade II listed building. Originally built for the London & South Western Railway headquaters this grand building has been restored and upgraded to the best in serviced apartments.
Living Space - Entrance Level
This level contains a fully equipped kitchen/dining space boasting an electric hob/oven, fridge freezer, toaster and kettle. It is the perfect place to cook for one or more. Complimentary tea/coffee awaits you on arrival.
A dining area with table and chairs makes it the perfect palce to host guests or family.
Adjoining is the dining and living space complete with comfy sofas giving you the chance to relax in front of the large Freeview widescreen LCD TV, HDMI ready and with USB ports so you can watch your favourite films.
The property comes complete with cloakroom storage, as well as home to an iron, vacuum cleaner and other cleaning items. A washing machine and separate tumble dryer are allocated in the hallway taking the hassle out of doing the laundry chores when you get home.
As a duplex a staircase leads to the sleeping spaces with the main bedroom with en-suite attached. Each double bedroom comes complete with a luxury bed, the finest linen, generous wardrobe storage space and modern alarm clock radio with MP3 connectivity.
The main bathroom ensures a chance to relax the muscles with a deep bath, power shower and exclsuive toilertries with towels provided on arrival. A large ladder radiator in both bathrooms give maximum heat when needed.
The property comes with a housekeeping service working to your timetable and is perfect for a family or group busniess trip. Unlike hotels there are no restrictions with us – your space, your time.
Maritime Chambers comes with parking for one car.
Maritime Chambers are a shirt walk away at what used to be Southampton’s busiest rail terminal. The Terminus has since long gone and was the final stop before passengers boarded the Atlantic cruise liners that travelled abroad, including the Titanic. A brief walk from the property reveals the old terminus glass roof which is now home to South Western House.
The area is steeped with history, a great place to explore!