Serviced Apartments in London
Fraser Residence Monument, London is strategically located in a major business and financial centre that houses Fortune 500 companies. Within a stone’s throw of London Bridge and with Monument tube station at its doorstep, as well as comprehensive bus routes, Fraser Residence Monument hotel apartments are highly accessible, making them a choice accommodation in London city centre.
Fraser Residence Monument, London
1 Botolph Alley
London EC3R 8DR
Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity
- Tesco Supermarket (3 minutes by foot)
- An array of Restaurants, Cafes and Bars (3-5 minutes by foot)
- Marks & Spencer (5 minutes by foot)
- Paul’s Bakery (5 minutes by foot)
- Boots & Superdrug Chemists (5-10 minutes by foot)
- Banks (NatWest, Barclays, Lloyds) (5-15 minutes by foot)
- News Agents (5 minutes by foot)
- Hairdresser (8 minutes by foot)
- Post Office (6 minutes by foot)
- The Monument (1 minute by foot)
- Leadenhall Market (5 minutes by foot)
- Borough Market (10 minutes by foot)
- Barbican Centre – cinema and concert hall (20 minutes by foot)
- City Point Gym (15 minutes by foot)
- One new change shopping Mall (10 minutes by foot)
- Tower Bridge (10 minutes by foot)
- Tower of London (10 minutes by foot)
- St Paul’s Cathedral (15 minutes by foot)
Getting to Fraser Residence Monument
Nearest Underground Station:
- Monument Station. The station is serviced by the Circle, District, Central and Northern lines, as well as the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) that offers a direct connection to Canary Wharf and London City Airport.
Nearest Mainline Stations:
- London Blackfriars (with direct access to London Gatwick Airport)
- London Bridge Station
- London Liverpool Street (with direct access to London Stansted Airport)
Nearest River Taxi:
- London Bridge Pier
- A wide selection of London Transport bus routes can be found around the Residence.
- Airport transfers can be arranged upon request.
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