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Oakwood Worldwide® Opens New Property in Prime London Location

Luxury Serviced Apartments Now Available at Oakwood 7 Ludgate Broadway

LONDON, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Oakwood Worldwide, the leading provider of corporate housing and serviced apartment solutions, has added Oakwood 7 Ludgate Broadway to its global portfolio. This newly restored six-storey building is located close to the Square Mile, the heart of London's financial district.

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Available for short- and long-term stays, Oakwood 7 Ludgate Broadway adds eight, one- and two-bedroom furnished serviced apartments to the company's growing London portfolio. With spectacular landmark views of St Paul's Cathedral and the city's skylines, these luxury apartments feature air conditioning, heated bathroom floors, fully equipped kitchens, satellite television, contemporary designer furniture and oak veneer flooring. Additional amenities include apartment lifts and video phone security access.

Oakwood 7 Ludgate Broadway is ideally located for commuting in London, and is only a short distance from City Thameslink, London Blackfriars and St Paul's transport links. With the South Bank of the River Thames close by, the building is surrounded by a range of trendy, vibrant bars and restaurants, and provides great access to local amenities for business travellers.

Debbie Lundon, managing director for Oakwood Worldwide in Europe, Middle East and Africa comments: "We are always looking at top-tier properties in incredible locations to complement our global portfolio, which is why we are delighted with the newly restored Oakwood Ludgate Broadway property. We understand that being away from family and familiar surroundings can be challenging for business travellers – especially on longer stays. That's why we offer serviced apartments in prime locations to make it easier for our guests to travel to work, access amenities and explore their new surroundings."

For more information about Oakwood Ludgate Broadway, call +44 (0)207749 4460 or email [email protected].

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About Oakwood Worldwide®
Oakwood Worldwide®, based in Los Angeles, Calif., is the leading provider of corporate housing and serviced apartment solutions through its two well-known brands, Oakwood® and ExecuStay®.  Both brands provide move-in-ready furnished housing designed to meet the needs of business travelers on long and short term assignments. Oakwood® has access to the largest selection of housing options and a presence in all 50 United States and more than 70 countries. ExecuStay is the preferred corporate housing partner of Marriott® International and is the only corporate housing brand where guests can earn Marriott Rewards® points for stays at any ExecuStay location in the U.S.

For more information, please visit www.oakwood.com and www.execustay.com.

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