Departures: Apartment hotel for London
Saturday 29 January 1994
Accommodation at the Orion (071-566 8000) will be entirely self-catering, with no food or drink service available. Guests have a choice of studios, sleeping two, available at an introductory offer for pounds 59 per night, and apartments, sleeping up to four, presently pounds 82 a night.
The London Orion in Goswell Road near the Barbican Centre, which opens officially on 1 February, will be the flagship of the group, according to its general manager, Keith Povah. 'The London Orion has been furnished to a much higher standard than the Orion properties in France. The kitchens all have dishwashers, microwaves and mini ovens. The rooms have thick-pile carpets.'
Mr Povah says that the Orion aims to provide a 'home from home'. Each studio and apartment has its own private telephone/fax line. Guests are offered two service cleans a week in the basic rate, says Mr Povah, 'but people can be left completely alone if they wish'.
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