The Capital Hotel oozes old-world charm. Conveniently located near Knightsbridge station and the iconic Harrods department store, The Capital offers understated, thoughtful luxury with service that’s second to none. There’s Michelin-starred seafood from Cornish chef Nathan Outlaw and a cosy wood-panelled bar where guests can get their hands dirty with whisky and cocktail masterclasses.
This quaint and cosy townhouse hotel is perfect for couples looking for a romantic city break. There are thoughtful touches throughout, from the hand-stitched bed frames and Savoir mattresses to the Egyptian cotton sheets and bathrooms with underfloor heating. The hotel restaurant serves rustic British cuisine and is one of the better places to dine in Knightsbridge.
Food takes centre stage at the large and luxurious Millennium Hotel London Knightsbridge. There’s upmarket Cantonese, including oriental afternoon tea at Le Chinois, and modern European dining at Tangerine Cafe Bar. Conveniently located near London’s most luxurious boutiques, the Millennium Hotel is perfect for those who like their experiences big and bold.
Conveniently located on a quiet street near Knightsbridge station, this family-run hotel offers superb service in a cosy setting. There’s afternoon tea in the Italian-designed drawing room and a whole host of luxury boutiques to explore nearby. The Beaufort is ideal for couples and families looking for understated luxury in the heart of London’s leafy Knightsbridge neighbourhood.
This suave and stylish suite hotel epitomises London luxury. There’s plenty to delight guests, from catwalk-inspired Prêt-à-Portea afternoon tea to Out Of The Blue – a cocktail experience exploring how sensory stimulation can alter the perception of flavour. Unwind at the seventh-floor pool and spa with views of the London skyline, and enjoy two Michelin-starred British dining at Marcus.
The Park Tower Knightsbridge’s Panoramic Rooms are perfect for an indulgent city break. Unfurl on the 200-thread count sheets and goose-down pillows, and watch the sunset over the city. There’s champagne and afternoon tea at Knightsbridge Lounge and over 100 whiskies at Hyde Bar, all with Hyde Park on its doorstep.
This elegant townhouse prides itself on having the best martinis in town and provides masterclasses on how to make the classic cocktail. Egerton has partnered with nearby Aquilla Health and Fitness to offer guests complimentary use of the facilities, including a swimming pool, sauna and exercise studio.
This playful and polished hotel is perfect for discerning epicureans. The Franklin Restaurant offers modern Italian from Michelin-starred chef Alfredo Russo and themed afternoon teas, which has included a Mexican-inspired menu celebrating the Victoria and Albert Museum’s Frida Kahlo exhibition. Cocktail aficionados will love the mixology masterclasses with expert bartender Salvatore Maggio, and there’s a beautiful hammam bath in which to unwind.