Following suit with their official tagline ‘helping make the living easy for you’, Deep Blue surely know how to ensure that every customer has a great stay. Once my Ealing Grove luxury serviced apartment was booked, everything seamlessly fell into place. I had the option of using the meet and greet service for an extra charge, but opted for the self check-in as it’s so simple and easy. I was emailed two codes: the first to access the building and the second for my apartment, enabling me to check-in at any time of the day and night.
The apartment is conveniently located a mere five minute walk from Ealing Broadway underground station, with excellent connections to the rest of London and surrounding areas in Ealing Grove. Shops, cafes and restaurants are all within a two minute walk. I stayed in a three bedroom luxuryserviced apartment that oozed quality, offering the perfect balance between contemporary and homely. Despite its considerable size it was incredibly cosy, as everything is designed to mimic the comfort of your home. Polished wooden floors throughout, airy white rooms and fashionable furniture fittings all made me feel instantly settled in. Even the kitchen was fully equipped, ready for me to cook a three course meal if I fancied it. The unexpected highlight was the set of elegant French doors leading to a wraparound outdoor courtyard, an absolute luxury.
All facilities, services and amenities were included in the rate, leaving no room for unexpected expenses. There was a welcome basket fully packed with a selection of teas, coffee, biscuits and even hot chocolate to get me through the first couple of days. The starter pack included the instructions to access the free Wi-Fi and the bathrooms had all the products I needed. If you want to further tailor your stay to meet your needs, Deep Blue offers a Flying Butler Service to make everything about your stay at their apartments even more comfortable. A chauffer to take you to and from any London airport, a Hamper service, a laundry service and a personal meet and greet. What more does one want when looking for a place to stay?