Air Agents relaunches Kensington serviced apartments

UK: Air Agents, in partnership with the Aura Collection, has refurbished and relaunched 6 Knaresborough Place in London’s Knightsbridge.

The property has 16 units to let, from one day to three months, with prices starting from £85 per night. Previously known as City Marque Kensington Serviced Apartments, the serviced apartments have been recently taken over by the Aura Collection. Managed by Air Agents, a London based Airbnb Management company, these apartments will be available to book via Airbnb, and other platforms.

Located in a Victorian Terrace built in 1874 and located on The Gunther Estate, the units at 6 Knaresborough Place feature large windows and high ceilings. They have been individually designed by BREAAD interiors, with “a quirky colour pallet and an eclectic mix of vintage and new pieces”.

Fran Milsom, co-founder of Air Agents comments: “We are delighted to have launched the Aura Collection, which are the most chic serviced apartments in London. Each apartment has its own identity and offer superb accommodation whether you’re in London on an extended business trip or romantic weekend break.”

Guests will be welcomed on arrival, and high speed broadband will be available for guests, along with smart TVs, towels and toiletries. Hosted by Air Agents, guests will be greeted by a member of staff with insider knowledge of the area. Each apartment will have access to a tablet with local information, including what’s on and travel information.

Milsom added: “Over the coming months we will be expanding our portfolio of serviced apartments and homes for short-term lets. Since setting up Air Agents in 2015, our business has experienced rapid growth, we are working with developers and agents alike to help fill voids, whilst supporting the Short-Term Accommodation Association in regulating this sector.”

Air Agents was recently named as one of the first members of Airbnb’s professional host programme in the UK.

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