This beautifully furnished boutique Secret Hotel is situated in the exclusive area of Knightsbridge, and offers first class services including limousine service, concierge and laundry to ensure you have the best stay possible. Each en-suite deluxe guest room includes high speed internet, cable television and coffee and tea making facilities. There is also an onsite bar, serving the traditional afternoon tea of scones and clotted cream as well as complimentary drinks. This is one boutique, Knightsbridge hotel that won’t disappoint!
Knightsbridge is one of London’s premier shopping destinations, home to two luxury department stores Harrods and Harvey Nichols as well as an abundance of boutiques and designer shops inbetween. Work your way through the labyrinth of wonders at Harrods, selling gourmet food, ostrich skin handbags and poodle puppies- everything your heart desires is under this roof with elaborate decor and even an opera singer to entertain visitors on the escalators. At the base of the exquisite Egyptian stairwell on the lower ground floor is a candle lit shrine memorial to the late Princess Diana and her partner Dodi, where people from all over the world can leave their thoughts and prayers.
It’s no surprise that this glamorous district is also home to some of London’s best and most expensive restaurants. For special occasions, Mr Chow has been serving up delicious Cantonese food since 1968. Enjoy all your favourites such as beef fillet in oyster sauce and fried rice, prepared to the highest standard. The elegant surroundings and friendly staff make this the perfect destination for a romantic evening. Chinawhite is one of the capital’s best loved luxury nightclubs, located in an exclusive grade two listed building and inspired by the clubs of the 1920’s. For special events, be sure to enquire about table reservation and guest lists.
Hyde Park is one of London’s most popular parks, where you can enjoy a slice of tranquility in the bustling capital. If you’re visiting during Summer, look out for music events such as the Hard Rock Calling concerts, and if you’re visiting in winter be sure to make an appearance at the Winter Wonderland Christmas fair. The latter is perfect for getting children excited about the upcoming festivities, with German market style stalls selling bratwurst hot dogs, warm apple cider, hot chocolate and yummy pastries. There’s also carnival games and rides as well as an ice rink, and when the snow falls the whole park looks truly magical.