Lovingly named after the late Princess Diana, this property is a just walk across the park from Kensington Palace, the Princess’ official residence. This corner of Paddington has all the unassuming grace and charm of the national treasure herself and serves to be a fitting tribute. Beyond the beautiful stucco-fronted exterior, a trademark of all the fine period architecture that defines this area, your contemporary Uber London Apartment awaits. Complete with beautiful bedrooms, lavish bathrooms and a spacious open plan kitchen and lounge fitted with every modern essential you’d expect from an Uber London Apartment, your Princess Diana House apartment may prove difficult to tear yourself away from.
As a guest here you are surrounded by little garden squares including Sussex Square, Gloucester Square and Norfolk Square Gardens. The mark of an upscale London neighbourhood, these small tranquil oases are perfect for a momentary break from the city. For a more of a long haul voyage, a short walk south of Princess Diana House is the magnificent Hyde Park. At 640 acres - larger than the whole of Monaco – Hyde Park is London’s own principality of green space. The park hosts an abundance of seasonal activities throughout the calendar year, from the enchanting Winter Wonderland during the holidays to swimming in the lake in high summer. However, the hardy locals enjoy jogging, rowing and team sports all year round. Sundays here are for indulging in the simplest of pleasures. Go for a quiet stroll or simply find a park bench and stop. With luscious greenery, beautiful rose gardens and peaceful lakes, you wont believe how little you’ve travelled to get to this urban paradise.
A little jaunt east across Edgware Road takes you to Marylebone, renowned for its charming but trendy village atmosphere right in the centre of London. Marylebone is home to some of the finest and most imposing residential properties in the city. Charles Dickens and John Lennon are amongst the list of famous past residents. Tour Marylebone High Street to see the locals swan in and out of the neighbourhood cafés, fashion boutiques and small businesses with a fascinating pace that both busy and composed. A trip to Marylebone isn’t complete without dropping in on Daunt Books, the quintessential London bookstore. With only six locations, all in London, Daunt are locally known for their handpicked titles, antique shop fittings, quiet reading areas and iconic canvas tote bags given to every customer – look around and you’ll notice that just about every Marylebone resident owns one. Trade the spots and stripes that dominate the catwalk fashions of Marylebone for the real things at the nearby London Zoo. A stroll through Regents Park will have you face-to-face with a colourful array of exotic wild animals at this world-class zoo. With lions and tigers so close by for inspiration, it’s no wonder the villagers of Marylebone stalk these streets with such savoir-faire.
Head for the Hill
Go west and in no time at all, you’ll be in London’s most famous neighbourhood. Princess Diana House is just minutes from Notting Hill, famous for its bakeries, bookstores and boutiques, and of course an international celebrity resident or two. The Hollywood movie got a lot of this neighbourhood right, but it takes being here in person to understand Notting Hill’s irresistible allure. This neck of the woods buzzes with an uncommon street life that’s both rousing and tranquil, and totally unique to the area. Visit the legendary Portobello Road for handmade cupcakes from the delectable Hummingbird Bakery, more cafés, and market stalls selling antique furniture, rare jewellery and even rarer fashion pieces. Find a quiet bookstore, and it’s not unlikely to bump into Hugh Grant, although he won’t be able to help you find the book you’re looking for. As you get accustomed to Notting Hill’s bohemian magic, it becomes clear why so many seek to lay foundations here.
You may fall so in love with Princess Diana House and its surroundings that you might not want to leave, but rest assured, it all awaits you each day, and much more of London is expecting you. All within walking distance from the apartment are:
-Victoria & Albert Museum
-Oxford Street, and much more.
And of course, with Paddington and Lancaster Gate Underground stations both a stone’s throw away, you’ll have no excuse not to discover further a field.
Late Check in
Please note there is a charge for late check in fee £50
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Luxury and Location: as with every Uber London Apartment, Princess Diana House is beautifully finished and is within walking distance from some of London's best attractions.
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