Bulgari Hotel, London
Finding your quiet haven in the Bulgari Hotel London is no challenge. The Italian brand’s world-known exquisite taste and attention to detail reflect itself in the flawless design and peerless materials, exclusively made for Bulgari. The rooms are perfect to wash the away the tiredness of a day spent exploring the prestigious neighbourhood of Knightsbridge, the place where this London hotel put down its roots in 2012.
Knightsbridge Hotel, Firmdale Hotels
No other brand seamlessly blends elaborate artwork with the utmost comfort and elegance the way the Firmdale Hotels does. The distinctive, colourful patterns found throughout its embroidered bed frames, furniture and art pieces are sure to enliven you even during the gloomy and rainy days. Quiet and well located, artsy souls craving for elegance in Knightsbridge need to seek no further place to stay in London than in 10 Beaufort Gardens.
Opened in 1897, the Berkeley has seen many glorious days and by no way slackens its efforts on shaping the world of luxury hotels in London. Top-notch service, an idyllic spa, award-winning cuisine and innovative design are there to prove our point. However, the chance to create your own personalized Ferrari in loco, at the Ferrari Atelier, only shows how they go way beyond the standards.
The Hari London
The cosy, intimate and sophisticated ambience of the Hari London is what we believe to be its best attribute. “A rest unlike the rest” is their motto, surely made true for visitors staying at the sumptuous Hari’s Penthouse. For full relaxation, a visit to the al fresco garden terrace and classic Hari Bar is a must.
The Lanesborough – an Oetker Collection Hotel
The multi-award winning Lanesborough brings 19th-century opulence to Hyde Park Corner. Everybody’s treated like royalty here, including our beloved four-legged friends. Magic is said to happen in a place where every single detail is top-of-the-range from the gold-encased changing room cubicle at the Spa to an around-the-clock butler for guests staying at the Presidential and Royal Suites.
This typically English townhouse converted into a luxury hotel couldn’t have turned out any better. The Egerton revives the core values of the British posh culture: hospitality, great service, gracefulness and grandeur. No doubt you’ll be “chuffed to bits” at this “spiffing” hotel.