Our central London serviced apartments in Crawford Place are situated in the heart of Marylebone, providing luxury accommodation for your short stay in London and easy access to all that London’s fabulous West End has to offer.

These classy and stylish apartments are designed to make your short stay in Marylebone as welcoming and as easy as possible. We have a team of housekeepers who will ensure your apartment is serviced with fresh laundry and any other extras you require.

Everyone in our team speaks multiple languages, so we will do everything we can to welcome you to your central London serviced apartments and help you settle in. You will find that our two-bedroom apartments at 15 Crawford Place are spacious, luxurious and comfortable. We are looking forward to welcoming you!

Here are a few of the features you will find in each of our serviced apartments:


2 Bedroom Apartment in Crawford Place

This 2 bedroom apartment offers a spacious lounge with a sofa bed and large TV, a dining area, a double bed in one bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and 2/3 single beds in the second bedroom. A spacious and equiped kitchen. If you’re travelling with associates, friends or family, they have the option of using the sofa bed in the lounge. You can rest assured that your central London serviced apartment will be furnished to the highest standards and will offer a bright and spacious base for your short stay in Marylebone.

Property and guests

  • Accommodates: 6
    Property type: Serviced flat
    Room type: Entire home/flat
  • Rooms and spaces

Rooms and spaces

  • Bedrooms: 2
    Beds: 2
    Bathrooms: 2
    Additional areas: 0
    Guests share all areas

Your serviced apartment in the heart of historic Mayfair

Located on Chesterfield Street, the house is surrounded by history. Shaw House was home to W. Somerset Maugh, a renowned British playwright and novelist, author of The Painted Veil and dozens of other well regarded works.

Next door, 4 Chesterfield Street was once home to former British Prime Minister, Anthony Eden, and Regency dandy George Bryan ‘Beau’ Brummell. The famous former residents don’t stop there, – around the corner on Curzon Street you can find the former homes of Nancy Mitford and another British Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli.

All of these famous names are marked with the iconic blue plaques outside their addresses. Why not take a stroll around the neighbourhood during your short stay in Mayfair and see who else you can spot?