Old Bridge Street, Hampton Wick, KT1 4BH, United Kingdom
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Welcome home to Marina Place by Roomspace, located in Kingston, Surrey. A beautiful development offering a selection of spacious, light and comfortable two-bedroom apartments, benefitting from balconies with a scenic view of boats moored on the river. Fully equipped kitchens, unlimited high-speed Wi-Fi and a Smart TV are also included as standard, making this the ideal location to work or relax and unwind. Parking is available, subject to availability at time of booking.
ABOUT THE LOCATION
Situated on the banks of the River Thames, the apartments are located near Kingston and Hampton Wick train stations, both providing easy access into London Waterloo Station up to six times an hour. London Heathrow is also just nine miles away. The vibrant town centre is just around the corner and offers plenty of shopping and entertainment options, day or night. Right next to the River Thames, Kingston’s history tells of the place where various Saxon Kings were officially crowned, making it a key part of Britain’s royal history. Today, Kingston remains a popular town, steeped in history and culture and receiving approximately 18 million visitors a year. Home to The Rose Theatre, the recently rejuvenated Riverside Walk, and – a favourite for shoppers – the Bentall Shopping Centre, Kingston attracts a diverse blend of local residents and visiting tourists. River cruises run frequently to the historic Hampton Court and the picturesque park at Richmond upon Thames is only 30 minutes from Kingston’s town centre. Kingston remains a popular accommodation option for both personal and business guests, as it offers a rural environment with direct links to London.
• Spacious, light and comfortable living space
• Safe and secure building and apartment entry system
• High speed Wi-Fi, Smart TV and a fully equipped kitchen
• Transport links from Hampton Wick to London Waterloo in under 40 minutes
• Parking available on site for an additional charge, subject to availability