Home to numerous Embassies & Consulates, Knightsbridge is one of the most prestigious addresses in London. Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in the city and has the beautiful Kensington Palace at the west side of the park which you can visit and see The Queens State Apartments, Palace Gardens and Kings Gallery.
You can walk along the Serpentine to the Serpentine Bar & Kitchen and have a leisurely lunch and watch the world go by/people watch.
Carlton Towers which is on Sloane Street is famous for lunch at the Rib Room.
After lunch we suggest a trip to Harvey Nichols or Harrods and shop for everything under one roof (if you are visiting London at Christmas, you must visit Harrods as it has a department dedicated to Christmas). The surrounding area is full of designer shops, art galleries and superb restaurants. At the bottom of Sloane Street you will find Sloane Square which leads on to the famous Kings Road. Knightsbridge is mainly about shopping. Sloane Street, Walton Street and Beauchamp Place have all the trendiest designer shops. It is also home to some of the best restaurants in the city.
We would suggest adding the following to your ‘To Do’ List: Victoria & Albert Museum, Hyde Park, Harrods ,Harvey Nichols, Royal Albert Hall, The Science Museum, Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace, Cadogan Hall, Sloane Street, Belgrave Square, Buckingham Palace, Queens Gallery, Apsley House & Wellington Arch
Restaurants: Daphne’s – Italian Cuisine, Zuma – Japanese Cuisine, Signor Sassi – Italian Cuisine, Mari Vanna – Russian Cuisine.
A quiet and comfortable one bedroom apartment in an elegant terrace close to the shopping and gourmet heaven of Knightsbridge, Sloane Street and the King’s Road.
A lovely apartment in a fabulous location between Knightsbridge and Sloane Square, a shopper and gourmet’s heaven, with easy access to Belgravia and Chelsea