Knightsbridge is synonymous with luxury, super high-end restaurants, designer shops and five-star hotels. But it is also home to some of London’s finest museums, elegant, historical architecture, charming squares and gardens, alongside the city’s largest park.
Harrods, a world’s leading department store with the latest men’s and women’s fashion from all designer stores, luxury gifts, accessories and food.
Harvey Nichols, is a British Luxury department store that sells items from beauty products, fashion accessories & collections for men and women as well as food & beverages.
Sloane Street, on the doorstep of Richmond Court is home to global luxury designer brands.
Waitrose is based a couple minutes’ walk from the building on Motcomb Street. It is open 7 days a week and will meet most day to day grocery needs.
Food & Drink
The Alfred Tennyson gastropub, on Motcomb Street, is set over four floors which each sustain their own warmth to create a cosy atmosphere. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner it is the perfect place to treat family and friends.
The Restaurant at ‘the Capital’ prides itself in offering characteristic English hospitality. They offer the finest local ingredients to create exquisite British cuisine, located on Basil Street.
Budda-Bar Knightsbridge is a Pan-Asian restaurant less than 5 minutes’ walk from Richmond Court. There is a lively, vibrant bar which offer delicious cocktails and has live DJ sets in a decorative setting.
The Science Museum is a major museum on Exhibition Road. It was founded in 1857 and today is one of the best known tourist attractions in London, appealing to 3.3 million visitors annually.
Hyde Park is 350 acres (142 hectares) large where there is a large lake called the Serpentine, over 4,000 trees and ornamental flower gardens. Annual events happen each year with further information below:
Sloane Square is home of Chelsea Flower Show.
British Summer Time (BST) Hyde Park happens over two weeks once a year, normally in July, and is a music festival where the likes of Elton John to the Black-Eyed Peas play to the many.
Knightsbridge is within Travelcard Zone 1 and has a London Underground station, based on the Piccadilly line between South Kensington and Hyde Park Corner. tfl.gov.uk
There are bus routes throughout the day leading to Chelsea, Victoria, Kensington.
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