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SACO London - Fleet Street, City, London

SACO London - Fleet Street
1 Crane Court
City
London

EC4A 2EJ | View map

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Located in a quiet courtyard, steps from the bustle of Fleet Street and Fetter Lane, these apartments are within easy walking distance of Chancery Lane, St Paul's and Blackfriars underground station. SACO Fleet Street offers new stylish studio and one bedroom apartments within an attractive period building. Each serviced apartment is well designed offering a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable living areas and contemporary shower rooms.

Formerly home of the British press, Fleet Street is now the address of many International law firms and barristers' chambers. To the east St Paul's, Bank and Mansion House are within a 10 - 15 minute walk from the apartments and Chancery Lane can be reached within a 6 minute walk from the apartments. Strand and Victoria Embankment are also within easy walking distance, or a short taxi ride, providing access to many of London's most popular social and entertainment districts.

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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms
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