Inside the London flat with decor that inspired the Titanic’s VIP dining room to rent for GBP15k per month

The Covent Garden apartment that inspired RMS Titanic’s first-class dining room is available for rent at GBP3,500 per week. That works out to over GBP15,000 per monthly. The 1,81-foot first-floor flat is located in a Grade II-listed building at 410 Strand. It costs GBP3,500 per week, which works out to over GBP15,000 per month. Jack Gatti, one of the next generations of the Gatti family, sold the Adelphi Theatre and restaurant in 1955. The building was purchased by a developer in 2010. It underwent a four year restoration. There are now four flats in Gatti House, including a penthouse worth GBP5.95million. Knight FrankIn the original sales details, the flats were described as having “pizza elevators” that delivered from the Nell Gwynne Tavern. Knight FrankMarketed as the Gatti House apartment, it has two en-suite bedrooms, a 22 ft terrace, and 8 ft of ornamental balconyies.