Serviced apartments are becoming a credible alternative to the world’s finest hotels, attested by the arrival of a striking new collection of 97 serviced and 62 extended stay luxurious apartments, Cheval Three Quays; which opened on March 10th next to the Tower of London alongside the River Thames.
Anticipation is building with only one month until the opening of Cheval Three Quays, a striking new collection of 97 serviced and 62 extended stay luxurious apartments perfectly situated next to the Tower of London, overlooking the River Thames. Cheval Three Quays will be the latest desirable address from luxury apartment specialists Cheval Residences, which already offer seven beautiful residences in some of London’s most sought after postcodes.
Over the past three decades Cheval Residences has established its position as the undisputed leader in the provision of luxury serviced-apartments in London. Here Breaking Travel News sits down with director George Westwell to discuss the future of the brand, the new Cheval Three Quays and why the London 2012 Olympic Games may not be the bonanza the accommodation sector his hoping for.
Following the opening of the Le Cercle, a chic French restaurant and bar, at Phoenix House Hotel Travel News thought it would be a good idea to catch up with George Westwell the Group General Manager for Cheval Group of Serviced Apartments.