This unique property, oozing class and sophistication, is the perfect place to stay to make your trip truly memorable. Just a stone’s throw from the finest historic landmarks that London has to offer, this elegant 5* Top Secret Hotel is an indulgent choice for those seeking a city break steeped in luxury and class. Each finely furnished and beautifully finished double en-suite guest room features a flat screen LCD TV with cable channels, climate control, free Wi-Fi internet, complimentary luxury toiletries, whirlpool bath, fully stocked minibar and even a butler service. A selection of this hotel’s excellent facilities include a currency exchange, 24 hour concierge, limousine service, VIP service, airport transfer service and valet laundry service, amongst others. Ideal for both business and leisure guests, this hotel boasts an extensive onsite business centre with numerous board, conference and meeting rooms, as well as a health club and spa complete with fitness suite, beauty salon and indoor pool.
Located in the heart of Belgravia, one of London’s most upmarket and desirable postcodes, this hotel is perfectly positioned for those after the finer things in life. Marking the boundaries of the districts of Knightsbridge, Chelsea and Belgravia is the nearby Sloane Square, a popular focal point for both tourists and locals. Sloane Square also joins together two of Chelsea’s most desirable and exclusive streets, the Kings Road and Sloane Street, and is therefore populated with extravagant wine bars, members clubs and pricey restaurants.
Just a stone’s throw from Knightsbridge underground station on the Brompton Road is the world famous department store Harrods. Renowned for being the largest department store in Europe with over 330 different retail sections, Harrods is also home to the world’s most luxurious fashion houses and designers making it popular with high-end shopaholics. As well as fashion and beauty, Harrods boasts numerous premium restaurants, cafes and champagne bars in which shoppers can relax in after indulging in retail therapy.
Accessible from the nearby Hyde Park and Green Park underground stations is one of London’s most famous and iconic historic landmarks, Buckingham Palace. As the Queen’s primary royal residence in the capital, the palace draws in millions of visitors each year to make the journey down the stately Mall to the ornate gates. During the summer months of July and August the palace opens its doors to visitors to spectate the lavish state apartments and the rest of the year the daily Changing of the Guard ceremony on the palace forecourt attracts significant crowds.