Citadines Prestige Trafalgar Square endorsed by TripAdvisor
- Category: Awards
- Created on Thursday, 28 June 2012 11:01
Citadines Prestige Trafalgar Square London, relaunched in March after a £six-million+ redesign and renovation programme to upgrade the property to Prestige category, joins sister Prestige properties in South Kensington and Holborn-Covent Garden in achieving the TripAvisor Certificate of Excellence Award for 2012.
In addition to London, seven Citadines Residences in France, two in Germany, and one in Spain also received the accolade, as did the only two Ascott Residences in Europe – Ascott Mayfair in London and Ascott Arc de Triomphe in Paris. (‘Ascott’ is the most luxurious of the three brands operated by The Ascott Limited, the world’s largest serviced accommodation company, the others being Citadines Apart’Hotels and Somerset Serviced Residences).
Rebecca Hollants van Loocke, Regional General Manager-UK for The Ascott Limited, said: ‘We are thrilled to receive these awards from TripAdvisor - a resounding endorsement for the new-look upgraded Citadines properties in London.”
Studio apartments at Citadines Prestige Trafalgar Square London typically start from £173+VAT per night in high season. Each of the 187 apartments (comprising studio-, one- and two bedroom apartments) come with air-conditioning, Wifi, flat-screen TV and well-equipped kitchen and separate bathroom facilities. The price includes complimentary WiFi / broadband access, daily housekeeping service with a full service twice a week. The residence offers a 24-hour manned reception, business corner, meeting room, lounge and breakfast areas, car park, and Wifi hot spots.
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