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When millions of tourists want to shop 'til they drop, they do it along Brompton Road and its boutique-lined tributaries, including the world-renowned Harrods. And when millionaires want to flaunt what they've already got, many of them find Knightsbridge and Belgravia the perfect place to do so, often behind stately mansion walls or down quiet private mews. Delve beyond the ultra-luxe exterior and you'll find some of this city's cosiest pubs, quiet gardens, and all sorts of indie retailers and enterprises worth a short exercise in spontaneous window shopping. For those looking to take a break from shopping, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, and some of the city's most popular museums are nearby.
Amazing selection of Japanese Kimonos through history.
Gorgeous building,amazing instillation of Filthy Lucre-amazing story which I had never heard of before.
We spent most of the day wandering around all of the amazing things,loved the jewellery,theatre section,cast gallery.
My only issue with the whole day was the steep prices of the food.
It is a clean and exquisite place for 'window shopping'; escalator is exquisite. You can get some souvenirs at a reasonable price in the lower level.
Look out for ELN to have English tea and pastries outside Harrod's.
"Interesting visit - also visit Duke of Wellington Arch"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by NDD122
We began at the Duke of Wellington Arch - it gave the background for how the First Duke of Wellington ended up in Apsley House. Lots and lots of pictures on display and spectacular dining rooms that had been used for entertaining. Being an English Heritage member meant the best value visit.
Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"More bling than a Trump Tower lobby"
reviewed 5 days ago by Nicholas H
There’s absolutely nothing subtle about this monument, precisely what a grief-stricken Queen Victoria wanted to celebrate the magnificence of her late husband. If you can catch this in bright sunlight, as I was fortunate to, it’s dazzling, but also impressive even on a dull day. See it and marvel at the cultural over statement of every aspect.
No matter what your religious views, churches can be welcome places of deep silence and tranquillity amid the dash and crash of modern life. For years I have often sought them out when in the city – to rest and meditate and gently recharge before venturing out again into the fray. So on a recent visit to London, the London...
Great place very cosy the food is delicious fantastic service attentive and friendly. Pistachio lamb chops and the mix kebap was the best we have had. Tried many restaurants this is now my favourite by far. The restaurant is opposite Harrods, they have also have won fine dining award. Well deserved. Keep up the good work
Second year at the same weekend doing the Valentines afternoon tea, the space itself is exceptional no other interior in London captures the excesses of the high empire period in better condition, throw in a few modern twists and the space is really comfortable and impressive.
The service begins the second you walk in the door with really professional and...
Very good food, prepared in a unique way. Not trying to follow the Michelin crowd. Amazing cheese trolley that you could lose yourself in. Lovely service from very friendly and knowledgeable staff, waiters and sommeliers. A bit out of the way but the visit is worth the trip.
Our second visit to The Levin. The hotel is very well located, the tube station is very near. The rooms are clean, the size of the room is very good, very comfortable. We would definitely come back to the Levin on our next visit.
We are just back from an overnight stay at Claverley Court... It was fantastic! We were in London to see the Tutankhamun exhibition (also fab) so we wanted somewhere to stay near the saatchi gallery. This place looked great online and lived up to all expectations on arrival.
We were arriving early in the morning and leaving in the late...
This was my first time in London. I booked in this hotel Cause it was the nearest hotel to Harrods, without any idea about it, but they surprised me.
quick-service and smiled workers were great, also I liked the decoration that mixed between vintage and in modern life!
We stayed for two nights and we received an upgrade. The room and amenities were perfect but the cleanliness no, we found a paur of glasses with whisky behind the courtains and those were from the other persons before us in the room. I think you must clean very well the rooms because any infection (today coronavirus).
The breakfast is...
Iconic brands are that for a reason. Mandarin Oriental have set the highest standards, and taught the hotel industry how to deliver that special experience, often referred to as
My wife and I stayed for the night, and from the moment we arrived our names were used. Seems simple, but this attention to detail is how I define luxury....