City Marque to operate Vauxhall serviced apartments

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UK: City Marque has taken over the operation of a serviced department development in Vauxhall, south London.

Formerly under the management of Oakwood and then Think Apartments, the property, previously named Bondway Residence, is to be rebranded City Marque Vauxhall Serviced Apartments.

Ian Daniels, business development director at City Marque, said: "This represents a solid acquisition and one that has all the ingredients we look for in a building with particular focus on space, comfort, location and a way we can enhance an already established product whilst retaining a highly competitive price for our business and leisure guests. In anticipation of its February 9th re-opening we are currently making some subtle but exciting changes behind the scenes. Of note will be the addition of our first full 24/7 City Marque Meet and Greet service available for all guests long and short. In addition to this the installation of a dedicated high speed fibre optic line will give our guests excellent connectivity across a range of devices that now make up many of our guest's travel itineraries."

"Guests will also benefit from our new breakfast, lunch & dinner room service menus, state of the art key system for flexible access and a particular focus on making sure our bedrooms are of the utmost comfort with brand new luxury orthopedic mattresses, bedding and linen to give everyone who stays in our City Marque Vauxhall Serviced Apartments a great night's sleep. With the transformation that is taking place right across Vauxhall, Nine Elms and Battersea we see this as an important strategic addition to our central London portfolio," added Daniels.


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