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Chillax in style this summer on The Robinson’s sun loungers

by maria
gawdo

Summer has finally arrived! After months of rain, wind and cold, it’s time to crack open the sun cream and enjoy London at its best. And at The Robinson – the latest Wembley Park rental apartments from Quintain Living – residents can do so in true style.

The Robinson is home to a huge bank of sun loungers that are rumoured to be the longest in London, stretching 50m in length across the building’s huge roof terrace. Surrounded by a wealth of plants in brightly painted oil drums and within easy reach of the rooftop juice bar (that’s in the shape of an orange), the sun loungers might just be London’s coolest relaxation spot this summer.

The loungers are the crowning glory on a building that’s packed to the rafters with exciting and quirky features. Its other roof terraces feature bespoke, custom-made camper vans that serve as work from home spaces, and a spa caravan that comes complete with hot tub.

From the sun lounger terrace, residents can take the 7m slide down to the courtyard below, which leads into the residents’ lounge. The lounge features work from home booths, a dining room and kitchen and its own enormous bank of seats, at the end of which sits a features a Damien Hirst-inspired taxi coffee machine, complete with refrigerated section in the bonnet for those who want to chill a few beers.

In the podium garden, residents can chill on the large lawn, enjoy dinner in the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Garden, play on the swings (for children and grownups) or simply sit and relax in the John Lennon-inspired peace garden.

The apartments themselves are also delightfully quirky, from their brightly coloured kitchens (residents can choose the colour they want, from turquoise to chilli red) to their Yin and Yang bathrooms.

There are discoveries to be made at every turn in The Robinson. What better place to enjoy the sunshine in London this summer?

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