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Featuring a two Michelin star restaurant and a stunning spa, the luxury Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London overlooks Hyde Park and Knightsbridge. location and service was really outstanding
COMO The Halkin, discreetly located in the heart of London’s leafy Belgravia is situated between Hyde Park, Sloane Square and Knightsbridge, promising an elegant hideaway for travellers exploring the... very clean, all stuff are perfect especially Manager
San Domenico House is a luxurious boutique hotel located only 5 minutes’ walk from Sloane Square and fashionable Chelsea. Bedrooms have en suite marble bathrooms and offer free Wi-Fi. What a fabulous boutique hotel. Loved everything about this unique property in Chelsea.
This 5-star hotel is in London's Knightsbridge and looks out over Hyde Park. It has air-conditioned luxury rooms and offers a personal butler service, free WiFi and an in-room tablet. so welcoming and the staff made you feel so at home…I can’t wait to return…both myself and my...
This 5-star luxury hotel is in London's Knightsbridge, looking out over quiet gardens. It offers free Wi-Fi and air-conditioned rooms with luxury bedding, minibars, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. The quality of all the decor, beds, linen and absolutely everything was top notch.
In exclusive Knightsbridge, this 5-star boutique hotel once played host to Oscar Wilde. The rooms were impeccable and spacious, and the staff were very friendly and helpful.
Featuring a restaurant, a bar as well as a tennis court, Beaverbrook Town House is located in the center of London, a 16-minute walk from South Kensington Tube Station. I can’t say enough about this wonderful location.
Set in the glamorous area of Knightsbridge, this boutique, 5-star Art Déco hotel features luxury rooms, 2 exclusive and secluded cigar terraces, a cocktail bar, a restaurant, and scenic views of leafy... The room was very clean, staff were very helpful and polite at all times.
Located in Knightsbridge, within a short walk from Hyde Park and Harrods, The Berkeley has been offering sublime service, style and cuisine in Knightsbridge for over 100 years. almost everything superbly. new and quiet
This 5-star hotel in the district of Knightsbridge includes a spa, pool and gym. Perfect Location Best service and hospitality
Just 10 minutes’ walk from Harrods and the Knightsbridge area, The Hari London features an on-site fitness center, an 80-seater Italian restaurant and a bar with an outdoor terrace. Good hotell. Good area. Helpful staff.
With its own Mediterranean restaurant and just a minute’s walk from South Kensington Underground Station, The Ampersand is a cosmopolitan hotel set in a large Victorian building. great location, very nice clean rooms, extremely cozy
11 Cadogan Gardens, The Apartments, and The Chelsea Townhouse by Iconic Luxury Hotels are three properties offering an excellent variety of luxury accommodations in three gorgeous townhouse buildings... very cosy, real English atmosphere, perfect location, friendly staff
Set in the heart of Kensington in central London, just steps from the Victoria and Albert Museum, The Franklin London - Starhotels Collezione offers elegant accommodations with free WiFi access and a... Everything was perfect!!The interior design of the hotel is wow!!!!
Set in the heart of South Kensington, just by South Kensington Tube Station, The Pelham is a luxury townhouse hotel offering boutique stylish accommodations with a restaurant, a bar and a fitness... Great location, cozy rooms, very nice staff
In exclusive Knightsbridge, this 4-star hotel has free Wi-Fi and elegant Edwardian architecture. The Rembrandt is opposite the V&A Museum and tube stations are nearby. All staff were curtious. The hotel was lovely. The room was exceptionally clean and very...
A great place to visit just so you can say you've been. Souvenirs are extremely expensive particularly for us Aussies who have a pretty terrible exchange rate currently. Lovely piece of history, but in reality just about everything in the shape is well and truly out of the 'ordinary' person's price range.
The best place in all of England to people watch. Go to the “grocery” area. The foods are fantastic! The chocolatier has so many varieties! At at the restaurant which had the best eclair! Complete with gold leaf!
I have not been in this place for a long time as every time I did go, the staff seem to make you feel less than anything lower than a pleb. They look at you up & down & won't offer service. I found one older lady who works on the lower floor who was so nice & disgusted when I told her how I felt the other staff members treated me. It wasn't just one time either, I tried going in to that place about 4-5 times with the same experience so I vowed never to return. It doesn't stop me from buying a Harrods Teddy every time I leave the airport though :-)
My grand daughters [11 and 9] love visiting Harrods to gawp at everything, , and the food halls are no where near as expensive as you would expect. Often on a par with other outlets.We pick up our pic-nic here before heading to Kensington Park, there are always offers on in the chocolate hall. Take time to look at the splendid tiles in the food halls too!
Now Harrods is a must it’s old huge iconic building, which was once owned by Fyad , whose son Dodie, along with princess Dianna met their deaths in a Paris car crash. Fyad then sold the store. The store itself is vast and has expensive beautiful goods, where you can purchase most of yr designer wear and exclusive named cosmetics. Most elites royals ECT shop here. Well worth a visit even if you don’t want to spend, it is an experience in itself.
I always pay a visit to Harrods whenever I'm in London. This time, shopping was not as good as in the past, with many items (such as wines & spirits) costing more than what you can buy them for in other fine stores. The quality of the food in the Food Hall has deteriorated drastically. The quality of the roast chicken, sushi & oysters are all not what they used to be, and they are more expensive to boot. I was quite disappointed this time around.
Excellent location just across the street from the V&A and a short walk to Harrods. Lots of restaurants nearby and South Kensington Station is just a few min's walk. Breakfast was superb--we loved the buffet style full English, pastries, and the auto-pancake machine. Staff were always very polite. Concierge was fun to talk to and had a cheeky sense of humor. Our room was immaculately clean and the beds very comfortable. Bathroom was outfitted with a whirlpool tub!
The location was perfect for us. Walking distance to all of the major attractions in London that we wanted to see. Only a 3 minute walk to Victoria Station (with Luggage) and 15 minute walk to Buckingham Palace and Harrods. The breakfast room was lovely and bright and welcoming and the breakfast offerings were lovely.
Location fantastic. Walking distance to Harrods and Buckingham Palace if you enjoy walking.
Good location if you want to be close to Harrods.
There are many small shops to explore, but Harrods is the most amazing! You can spend the entire day there and probably not see it all. There are plenty of places to eat along the way too! You can have proper tea there as well in a very sweet little room (literally sweet ... full of sweets and very feminine looking!) Harrods will have everything you need!
It has all the usual chain store shops plus lots of other unique shops, eg Harrods and hamleys.
Choice of shops from main stores, High Street brands to boutiques and quirky markets selling all sorts - Harrods etc.
Harrods us a must, afternoon tea in the restaurant was a special treat!
Harrods in particular is a shop that has to be visited. Something for everyone's taste for people of all ages
Everything is available in London's great shopping streets and world famous major stores - Harrods - Fortnum & Masons - Selfriges and others