Point West Apartments

116 Cromwell Road, Formerly Oakwood at Point West, London, SW7 4XB, United Kingdom

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Point West Apartments by Crown Lawn
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  • Families65
  • Couples35
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  • Business80


    Great one bedroom apartment.
    Very large double bed.
    Good size bathroom.
    Very big heated towel rack.
    Great galley kitchen.
    Front loader autowasher/dryer combo, a plus to have since laundry mats can be expensive and a hassle to use in London, especially if you are on holiday!
    Fully equipped kitchen with large fridge/feezer.
    Very comfortable lounge with TV/DVD player.
    One of the couches converted into a double bed!
    Very secure apartment especially when it is on the 8th floor!
    Helpful staff.
    Great location - 5 minutes to Gloucester Rd Underground, 2 minute walk to bus stop, Sainsbury's supermarket at least 30 second walk away, for you gym fanatics a gym is located on the ground floor next to reception.
    Nice restaurants just in front of the apartments on Old Cromwell Rd. Try the Thai Restaurant, very yummy!
    Point West Apartments are in a great location! If you want to do a tour of the London CBD and other famous attractions the Hop On Hop Off tour buses stop close to Gloucester and Old Cromwell Road.
    Our apartment was very warm. Great for the coming winter!

    Buildings Fire alarms go off at some strange hours....... maybe they were being tested....?
    People put there rubbish outside their apartments on certain days of the week. Very smelly and not a good look for visiting tourists.

    Ask for extra towels, t-towels, washing and dishwashing powder if you are staying 5 days or more.
    We stayed for nearly two weeks - rooms get serviced once a week!
    The apartment we had was great for a couple!

    We will definitely stay at Point West Apartments again!

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2 more questions - Greenwich & Bermondsey Market

by Jontxu

I was long time ago in Bermondsey market, I am going back to London this weekend and wanted to go back, however I have heard that the market is not what it used to be, does anyone knows which is the status of it?

The other qestion is, if I want to go to greenwich by boat, where can I get info about where to take the boat, timetables, etc...??

Thanks a lot

Re: 2 more questions - Greenwich & Bermondsey Market

by leics

You'll find timetables, fares & other info about the Greenwich boats here;


Did you mean the Bermondsey antiques market?


Having not been for many years, I cannot say whether it is not what it used to e. But I would not expect to find any bargains there or in any UK antiques market, to be honest..sellers nowadays are very aware of the value of what they sell.

Re: 2 more questions - Greenwich & Bermondsey Market

by Britannia2

There are three markets in Greenwich - the main covered market in the town centre and two smaller ones near the Post Office, The indoor market is very good - its very much craft based. My Greenwich pages have details of all of the towns markets.

Re: 2 more questions - Greenwich & Bermondsey Market

by planxty

Forget Bermondsey Market, it is overhyped on the basis of a former reputtion (allegedly in ancient times the authorities could not recover stolen goods from it), nowadays it is full of tat, and anything worth having you will pay through the nose for. If you must go, get there early, it tends to close by about midday.

Hope this assists,


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Prefer SW England over London .


If you go try these :

(1) Tower of London
(2) The British Museum
(3) Hampton Court
(4) Harrow on the Hill
(5) High Park Speakers Corner
( one hour should do )

London Bridge


See London Bridge.
Long of 905 ft.
Built at the narrowest point of the Tames at the same place of the antic Roman timber bridge.
It was frequently damaged by flood, ice, fire, boats
It is one the London symbols.

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One of my favourite monuments in London, because it is low key and very tastefully done, is the fountain commemorating the Canadian soldiers who fought alongside British soldiers during the two World Wars. It is located at the South end of Green Park, next to Buckingham Palace. The fountain itself is formed by two triangular planes in which water flows slowly. Both planes are imprinted with life like Maple leaves and are surrounded by real Maple trees. In autumn, the real leaves mix with the fake ones to add a natural touch to the monument.

explore every nook and cranny...

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explore every nook and cranny thoroughly here at ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL.

This church is a fine example of a great Renaissance architecture - a masterpiece by Sir Christopher Wren. In the side aisles, you can find gravestones honoring valiant military heroes and outstanding painters who were trail blazers during their day. And you MUST check out the impressive Whispering Gallery! Wanna make a wild guess how it got its strange name?? Why, yes! It got its name from its INCREDIBLE accoustics. Did you know that if someone whispers a word, you'd still be able to hear it at least 30 meters away?! Amazing!!!

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 Point West Apartments

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Address: 116 Cromwell Road, Formerly Oakwood at Point West, London, SW7 4XB, United Kingdom