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Welcome to Fraser Residence City London

Situated in Lovat Lane, an alley that stretches from Lower Thames Street to Eastcheap, Fraser Residence City London is within walking distance to the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the delightful markets of Spitalfields and Borough.

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Our fully serviced apartment hotel in London comprises 22 contemporary and spacious residences, each featuring the finest oak wood flooring, fully-fitted living area and bathrooms.  Complimentary Wi-Fi access is available around the property, along with 24/7 reception.  With a great location and our meticulous service, our serviced apartments in London is a great choice for both business and leisure travellers.


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Where we are

Fraser Residence City London

Tower of London

Situated on the north bank of River Thames in Central London, the World Heritage Site is a historic castle that is also Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress.

Tower Bridge

Officially opened in 1894, the Victorian bridge sits across the River Thames as an iconic symbol of London.

National Maritime Museum

Sail into the past to uncover the adventures of world-famous explorers in this largest maritime museum of the world.

The Cutty Sark

Built in 1869, the British clipper ship, now preserved as a museum ship, was one of the fastest and last tea clippers to be built.

The Museum of London Docklands

Using the latest presentation techniques, here at the museum, the history of London’s River Thames and Docklands is unravelled.

St Paul’s Cathedral

The Church of England cathedral sits at the top of Ludgate Hill, the highest point in the City of London.


Based on steak houses and brasseries of New York City, experience waterside dining in a spectacular outside terrace in this über-stylish restaurant.

The Attic at Pan Peninsula

The luxurious cocktail and champagne bar offers a great place to eat, drink, socialise and enjoy 360-degree panoramic views of Canary Wharf and River Thames from the UK’s tallest residential building.

Corney and Barrow Canary Wharf

Relax and enjoy the views in this stunning waterfront bar, which is renowned for its summertime barbecue parties.

The Fine Line Canary Wharf

Enjoy contemporary pub cuisine at this lively riverside bar that comes with an all-day kitchen.

The Parlour Bar

For quirky cocktails, a wide selection of wines or seasonally tempting food, the secret garden-inspired lounge is a must for cocktail lovers and excellent for pre- and post-dinner drinks.

Brodies Bar & Restaurant

For classic British food, wines, spirits and cocktails that are old-school, contemporary twists or new found, this is a fantastic place for group parties.

The Royal Observatory, Greenwich

Travel the universe in London’s only planetarium.

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

A world-class sporting complex built for the 2012 Summer Olympics, the venue remains a popular choice for many international sporting events and concerts.

The Thames Path

Follow the trail of River Thames from its beginning to the end of the Thames Barrier in Greenwich, and discover enroute, the beauty of peaceful water meadows, unspoilt rural villages and historical towns.

Newham City Farm

One of London’s oldest city farms where children love to see the rare breeds, exotic birds and farmyard classics, while learning to care for them.

St James’ Park

Watch the world go by in this park surrounded by London’s most famous landmarks, including Buckingham Palace and Westminster.

Hyde Park

Well-known for its Speakers’ Corner, the park is one of the London’s eight Royal Parks.


A great place for authentic Italian food at reasonable prices.


For fine Argentine steaks served with its wine and culture.

Le Relais de Venise - L'entrecote

A true Parisian eatery with a classic French brasserie interior.

Jamie's Italian

Features rustic Italian dishes that are uniquely Jamie’s.

Royal China

A lively Chinese restaurant that offers savoury snacks and dumplings, commonly known as “dim-sum”.


For Mexican cuisine that is both tasty and healthy.

TheO2, Greenwich peninsula

A great place for movies, entertainment, exhibitions, musicals, concerts and performances.

ExCel London Exhibition and Convention Centre

For international exhibitions and expositions.

The Tate Modern

A London art gallery that houses the nation’s collection of modern and contemporary art from the 1900s till the present day.

Southbank Centre

The complex of artistic venues attracts more than 3 million visitors a year to its arts exhibitions and arts performances.


The biggest cinema screen in the UK features larger-than-life 2D and 3D images and digital surround sound in its projections, as if you are part of the movie itself.

Shakespeare Globe Theatre

Originally built in 1599, the Elizabethan playhouse is home to many great plays and performances.

Canary Wharf Shopping Centre

A pleasant upmarket shopping centre with 3 arcades housing over 200 shops, bars, restaurants and cafes that are open daily.

Westfield Stratford City

One of the largest urban shopping centres in Europe with about 300 stores and 70 restaurants, including a casino and 17-screen cinema.

One New Change

Designed by award-winning French architect overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral, the City development combines office space with a shopping centre in the heart of the financial district.

Borough Market

One of the largest and oldest wholesale and retail food markets in Central London, the market is a source of exceptional British and international produce.

Spitalfields Market

More than just a market, the shops here offer fabulous fashions and accessories for him and her, designer interiors, health and beauty products and great wines.

Columbia Road Flower Market

People throng the street market on Sundays for its oasis of foliage and flowers; you can also visit the small art galleries, vintage clothes stores, delis, antique shops and lots more.


A high-end department store that dominates the west end of Oxford Street catering to the needs of every shopper and is a place to be seen for the label-conscious.


An upmarket department store that is well-loved for its food hall.

Harvey Nichols

For designer fashion, beauty buys, food and wine.


For luxury goods, famous gifting, homeware brands and art fabrics.

Fortnum & Mason

A unique and beautiful department store well-known for high quality good, fine foods, hampers, teas and wine.

Along Sloan Street

The place to scout for art pieces, antiques and tiny crafts.

Bond Street

The place to scout for art pieces, antiques and tiny crafts.

Kensington Church Street

The place to scout for art pieces, antiques and tiny crafts.

Portobello and Bermondsey

If you are looking for something unique, this is the perfect place for antiques, special pieces and surprise finds!

Houses of Parliament and Big Ben (Part of the Palace of Westminster, a UNESCO World Heritage Site)

A neo-Gothic masterpiece and seat of the UK government, the Big Ben is an iconic landmark of London and UK in general. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.

Westminster Abbey (Part of the Palace of Westminster, a UNESCO World Heritage Site)

The Abbey is a famous English Gothic monastery church where coronations of kings and queens took place since 1066. A number of royal weddings also took place here, including that of Prince William and Catherine Middleton.

St. Paul’s Cathedral

This is Church of England Cathedral, one of the most recognisable sights of London which was the venue for royal weddings as well as funeral services of several famous people, such as Sir Winston Churchill and Lord Nelson.

Clarence House

Clarence House, which stands beside St James' Palace, was built between 1825 and 1827 for Prince William Henry, Duke of Clarence and once serves as the London home of Queen Elizabeth. Today, Clarence House is the official London residence of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Maritime Greenwich

Maritime Greenwich was added to the list of World Heritage Sites in 1997 for the concentration and quality of buildings of historic and architectural interest in the area. The buildings are in clusters along the riverfront, in Greenwich Park, and in the Georgian and Victorian town centres.

Buckingham Palace

The official London residence of British monarchy since 1837 is the administrative headquarters of the Monarch today.

Hampton Court

A Royal Palace created in the Tudor period during the reign of King Henry VIII, the Hampton Court is the finest piece of Tudor architecture in Britain.

Kensington Palace

Both a Royal Palace and a working royal residence, the Kensington Palace was also the birthplace and childhood home of Queen Victoria and the home of Princess Diana. Today, Kensington Palace accommodates the offices and private apartments of a number of members of the Royal Family.

Banqueting House

The Banqueting House, Whitehall, London, is the grandest and the only remaining component of the Palace of Whitehall. This magnificent building is particularly noted for its Rubens ceiling.

The Monument

Standing at 202 feet high, the Monument is the tallest isolated stone column in the world. It offers panoramic views of City of London.

3 Lovat Lane
London EC3R 8DT
Tel:+44 (0) 20 7220 8600
Email: city.london@frasershospitality.com

3 Lovat Lane
London EC3R 8DT
Tel:+44 (0) 20 7220 8600
Email: city.london@