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Cove opens flagship location in Canary Wharf

Following the brand’s launch in June this year, Cove’s newest location hosts 162 apartments for short term and long term stays at the Landmark Pinnacle.

Serviced apartment brand Cove has announced the opening of its new flagship location in London’s Canary Wharf.

Arranged over the first 10 floors of the Landmark Pinnacle, a 75-storey high-end residential tower, Cove’s new location hosts 162 apartments for short term and long term stays.

This includes 72 studios and 90 one-bedroom apartments, 54 of which feature a private winter terrace. Additionally, guests have access to a social lounge, co-working area, yoga studio and meeting rooms located on the first floor. 

Guests can also access some of Landmark Pinnacle’s facilities, including its high-spec gym on the 56th floor, private dining area, and roof terrace and winter garden.

Meanwhile, apartments at Cove Landmark Pinnacle will feature fully fitted kitchens, a king-size bed, and integrated technology, including a smart temperature control, smart TVs, and super-fast private Wi-Fi. 

In addition, one-bedroom apartments all include a dishwasher, washer-dryer, oven, and hob, plus a kitchen table to work from. Each apartment also features beds with integrated storage, and sofa beds to host additional guests and families. 

The location overlooks the South Dock and it is 13-minutes from London City Airport, close to the upcoming Elizabeth line and nearby restaurants, shopping and entertainment venues. 

Stephen McCall, CEO of parent company Edyn, said: “We’re thrilled to launch Cove Landmark Pinnacle, which marks a milestone in the growth and evolution of the brand. 

“We’re delighted to see the return of both corporate and leisure travel, and with its return we’ve noticed a shift in attitude that favours less frequent, but longer stays – prompted by a renewed responsibility for their environmental impact.”

He added: “Cove has been designed to acknowledge and adapt to these changing traveller habits, which will become increasingly prevalent in the coming years.”

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