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Seductive Luxury in South Kensington

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When only five star luxury will do, this hotel fits the bill perfectly. Set in a quiet residential area of South Kensington, this property is a favourite of the rich and famous. Every single little detail is perfectly designed, creating a beautiful haven that you’ll never want to leave.

Shopping lovers will be impressed by just how close this hotel is to the popular areas of Knightsbridge and the Kings Road, whilst the more business conscious traveller will find that the main exhibition centres are within easy reach.

The hotel benefits from concierge, parking, a fax and postal service and wireless internet access. The rooms are spacious and come equipped with complimentary toiletries, a flat screen LCD TV, a DVD player and a fully stocked mini bar.

If you’re travelling with children, the babysitting service may be of interest to you, and you’ll be pleased to know that cots and cribs are available on request.

Travellers choosing this amazing property will love just how special it is.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

The Science Museum is designed especially for kids, and is a great choice for an educational yet fun day out in London. Make sure you look out for the silent disco!

For romance

The Royal Albert Hall is considered to be a national treasure, and is one of the most magnificent concert venues in the whole country. They run regular tours which are popular with romancing couples. Check the concert itinerary for details of the latest artists playing here.

For culture

The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s greatest museum of art and design. It’s home to over 4.5 million objects and attracts hundreds of thousand of visitors each and every year.

For shopping

Harvey Nichols in nearby Knightsbridge is a shopping lover’s paradise. A department store full of luxury brands, it’s the perfect place to spend a few hours treating yourself.

For eating out

Madsen is a trendy Scandinavian restaurant with a real designer feel and Swedish pop music. The menu strikes a balance between the traditional and the more experimental, making it popular with everyone who visits. If you’re visiting during the day, try the open sandwiches.

For nightlife

The Anglesea Arms is a real British pub with a brilliant selection of real ales. It attracts a local and non-pretentious crowd, so it’s a good spot for a quiet night out.


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