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Courtesy of City Base Apartments, here are three of the most luxurious and desirable rental apartments in the UK. They are superb in every sense of the word and anybody who would say no to a night in one of them either is lying or already lives in one.
Wellington Court, 116 Knightsbridge – London
Recently billed as the most expensive rental apartment in London, Wellington Court truly is something else. At a guide price of £40,000 per week for short-term let, this pad has everything you could ever want. You won’t even need to go out into the city. Situated right on the edge of Hyde Park, the penthouse suite has a number of balconies with incredible views, a marble bathroom, six bedrooms, a library, a spa and much more. Staying here would be a diverse holiday in itself.
51 Buckingham Gate – London
This is luxury as it is supposed to be. The wonder that is 51 Buckingham Gate sits in the nucleus of London itself, amongst the main landmarks in the much sought after area of Westminster. No matter how busy the streets outside might be, you will feel the tranquil setting of these apartments completely take over you. They are private, contemporary and generally overwhelming in quality in a fantastic location. Westminster Abbey, St James’ Park, Buckingham Palace, Downing Street, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye are all within walking distance, making these apartments very desirable.
A one bedroom apartment here might be slightly more affordable, setting you back £942 per night. Expensive, maybe. Delicious, most definitely.
No 1 Deansgate – Manchester
This three bedroomed, three floored penthouse apartment offers an experience of Manchester like no other. Along with the three delectable bedrooms, it has two reception rooms, four bathrooms and a whole floor for a kitchen. Spiral staircases, giant dining tables and free-standing bathtubs fill but a fraction of the enormous floor space of this luxury apartment. The latter gives you some incredible views of the city through floor-to-ceiling windows, but, don’t worry, it’s so high up that nobody will see you from the streets below. A few Manchester-based footballers have second homes here, but I don’t suppose that they rent their pads. Renting this particular apartment will cost you a cool £7,500 per month, but what would you expect to pay to spend a few nights in the most exclusive address in Manchester?
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