We are delighted to present Aykon Nine Elms, a contemporary residential project in the Nine Elms district on the southern bank of the River Thames.
Standing 50 storeys tall, this majestic glass-fronted skyscraper offers a collection of one to three-bedroom branded apartments. World-famous design house Versace Home is designing the interiors of the development. It is the first time that the renowned brand has been associated with a residential property in London and as such, even the smallest details of the interiors are being designed to absolute perfection, with high-quality stone, wood and select marble finishes plus a selection of plush and comfortable fabrics.
Residents of Aykon Nine Elms have a fantastic variety of top-class amenities to choose from, including a glass-fronted high-tech gymnasium, an indoor pool with mosaic walls by Versace, a Jacuzzi, a private cinema with Versace detailing, a children’s play area, rooftop gardens offering 360-degree views of the city and the Thames, and a resident’s lounge that is designed for ultimate comfort courtesy of elegant furnishings by Versace. A la carte services include concierge, housekeeping, at-home dining and valet parking.
Some of London’s most famous destinations are only a short distance from this growing district. The Houses of Parliament are less than a mile away across the river, and attractions such as the London eye and The Shard are also fairly close at hand. Due to the excellent road connectivity in the city, various boroughs and districts can be accessed easily.
Aykon Nine Elms is set to be a new architectural icon and in Southwest London.
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The centre of London is home to some of the city’s most prominent landmarks and most famous attractions. Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, royal Albert Hall, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and the Tower of London are all located in this area and arranged around the banks of the Thames.
Many of London’s most renowned museums are located in the city’s central districts. These include the British Museum, Natural History Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, National Gallery, Tate Gallery and Madame Tussaud’s. That is just a small selection of the cultural offering in Central London. There are a number of other museums scattered around the area, from those focusing on broad topics such as science and design to more specific attractions dedicated to Sherlock Holmes and Winston Churchill’s War Rooms.
London has some of the best shopping areas in the world, from bustling high streets to sprawling shopping centers. One of the most well-known areas is Oxford Street, which is generally considered the heart of retail in the city. Harrod’s, located in Knightsbridge, is another hotspot, especially for tourists, with seven floors of products that range from luxury goods to everyday items. Bond Street and Covent Garden are two more top retail spots, and the latter also features three markets.
Lord’s Cricket Ground is one of the most famous sporting venues, hosting regular cricket matches. It is also home to the world’s oldest sports museum. Only a half hour’s drive away from there is Wembley Stadium, which is England’s national stadium. Several famous parks and open green spaces are also around the area, including the famous Hyde Park and Regent’s Park.
London is one of the foremost city for lovers of good, offering not just a large variety of cuisines but a range that includes traditional neighbourhood eateries and gourmet restaurants whipping up contemporary fare. BAO, Gymkhana, Pollen St Social and Dinner by Heston are considered some of the finest places for a night out, but the options are nearly endless.