This luxurious hideaway in upmarket Sloane Square oozes sophistication and elegance with a theatrical feel in one of London’s most exclusive areas in a quite location just minutes from all the action. Guest Rooms and suites are furnished to the highest standard that will impressive even the most discerning traveller. Onsite facilities include a gym, terrace and library and there is also a concierge service available. This deluxe hotel is a deal not to be missed, with attentive staff on call to help organise any tours or reservations and ensure you have the utmost relaxing stay.
This upper class area of London is full of great bars, restaurants and shopping. Sloane Square is home to The Botanist which serves up delicious brunch and top class evening and lunch time menus to impress that special someone or simply meet with friends in the area and catch up over a few cocktails or carefully picked wine. The Big Easy has a more laid back atmosphere, with frozen margaritas on tap and honest American food such as bbq ribs, chicken wings, crab claws and pulled pork. Look out for the mid week deals and weekly music events held here. Book in advance as this place is popular with locals and tourists alike.
The King’s Road is renowned for great shopping. There’s a big Peter Jones department store as well as a Zara, Russel & Bromley and independent boutiques. The Saatchi Gallery is also located along here, showcasing temporary exhibitions of modern art with often a few talking points. Past works have included a swimming pool of oil and very realistic wax figures on motorised wheelchairs. With free entry, it’s worth a look, with many arguing it’s one of London’s best exhibition spaces due to it’s high ceilings, tranquil surroundings and less crowds than say the Tate Modern.
For foodies, don’t miss the Saturday farmers market, with loads of mouthwatering stalls offering tasty treats to take away for picnics or presents or simply enjoy there on the spot. Favourite stalls include the Argentinian empanada stand, homemade ravioli, the oyster bar and of course the many cake and pastry offerings. If you’re visiting in May, don’t miss the annual Chelsea flower Show at the Royal Hospital. This is the event of the year for gardeners and garden lovers with beautiful sculptures, bouquets and flower arrangements on show. This quintessentially English event is a perfect way to welcome in summer with a glass of pimms in hand as you admire rare plants and pick up tips from fellow horticulturalists.