Set within the luxurious neighbourhood of Belgravia, expect only the highest quality from this five star boutique hotel. With first class restaurants and designer shopping right on your doorstep, it doesn’t get much better than this!
Service at this Secret Hotel is impeccable, with 24 hour concierge and reception and services including room service, dry cleaning, airport transfers, theatre reservations and postal and fax services. Other facilities include tennis, gym and conference rooms. After a busy day, relax by the fire in the acclaimed restaurant or sip a cocktail in the onsite bar.
Guest rooms are like a home away from home, furnished with everything you could wish for and more. They include a separate hanging closet, plasma cable television, free internet access, mini-bar and coffee and tea making facilities. There is also a turndown service and daily housekeeping offered.
Our top picks close to this hotel
The Natural History Museum has something for everyone, for all ages. Whether you have dinosaur obsessed children or teenagers wanting to learn more about evolution, the best of natural science is under one roof. Look out for the outside ice rink during winter for extra family fun!
Once upon a time, the Royal Court Theatre, was known as ‘the most important theatre in Europe’ and today it continues to contribute to the discovery of new acts and voices. Situated minutes from your hotel, check the box office for upcoming shows and treat a loved one to a romantic evening.
The Saatchi Gallery, just off the King’s road, always has quirky contemporary art exhibitions that make a change from the usual galleries tourists frequent in London. Admission is free, and the exhibition rooms are light and airy; making it the perfect place to explore at your leisure without all the crowds.
Harvey Nichols, or Harvey Nicks as the locals fondly call it, is the go to store for all things luxury. Whilst Harrods is known for it’s variety, Harvey Nichols focuses more on designer clothing, homeware and deluxe food. When you’ve shopped till you drop, head to the fifth floor cafe for afternoon tea and spectacular views across London.
For eating out
The Botanist, in Sloane Square just minutes from your hotel, is fine dining at its best. Enjoy bucks fizz and eggs Benedict for a lazy brunch or arrive in the evening for cocktails and dinner. Favourites on the menu include Yorkshire red leg partridge and the tranche of wild halibut.
London’s worst kept secret, Bart’s, is an exclusive bar on Sloane Avenue. Just like the bars during the prohibition, it might be hard to locate at first. You’ll have to speak through the letterbox for the doorman to let you in (if he likes the look of you!), and then you’ll be ushered on it. For extra secrecy, there’s even a dressing up box for those needing disguise.