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Roomzzz City, Leeds, West Yorkshire

Roomzzz City
10 Swinegate
Leeds
West Yorkshire

LS1 4AG | View map

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Apple Macs in every apartment! Air conditioned apartments! Free grab and go breakfast! Free wi-fi and local and national telephone calls and over night parking at just 2.50. We admit it. We're really rather proud of our latest Roomzzz opening.Located just a short walk from the Calls, Granary Wharf and Boar Lane, an apartment here puts you right where the action is. Make your choice from 36 luxury studio, one or two bedroom apartments, and two with disabled access.Each one has been individually designed to create a stylish interior where you'll feel totally at ease. All have bespoke walnut fitted features, rich textiles and textures throughout, such as plush ostrich leather headboards, and kitchens equipped with Smeg appliances. This is the height of luxury, by design.And as you'd expect, every apartment is fully kitted-out with all mod-cons to make the practicalities of life just a little easier - things like an integrated safe and a widescreen LCD TV. Forgotten your razor? No problem. You can pick up toiletries, milk, groceries and ready meals from the Pantry in Reception. There's no need to skip breakfast either - hot drinks, pastries and fruit are always available from the Grab & Go. We've thought of everything, so you can experience Leeds the way you want. The freedom of the city starts here.

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