Two Nights in Knightsbridge

Author: admin/April 17, 2015

The central London district of Knightsbridge has a formidable reputation. Home to world-renowned luxury department stores Harrods and Harvey Nichols, as well as the most expensive apartments in the world at Number One; Hyde Park. ‘Knightsbridge’ has become synonymous with opulence and luxury, with the neighbouring Belgravia area occupying a similar cachet.

A residential area since at least 1141, most of Knightsbridge’s buildings were erected in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; many of these imposing Georgian facades have heritage status, and contribute significantly to Knightsbridge’s standing as a highly desirable area to live, work, eat, drink and shop. The district is bordered in the north by Hyde Park, and plays home to many of London’s most famous restaurants, bars and hotels. LEO’s luxury serviced offices and meeting rooms are located in the heart of Knightsbridge at 65 Sloane Street and 45 Pont Street, with 2 Eaton Gate just a stone’s throw away in neighbouring Belgravia, so whether you are a London native or visiting from further afield for a meeting or conference, there are numerous reasons to explore what the area has to offer. On the LEO blog today we present our favourite Knightsbridge spots to eat, drink, sleep and visit over 48 hours.


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Harvey Nichols – 109 – 125 Knightsbridge, SW1X 7RJ

The Pantechnicon – 10 Motcomb Street, SW1X 8LA

Cigar Terrace at the Wellesley – 11 Knightsbridge, SW1X 7LY

The Wellesley – 11 Knightsbridge, SW1X 7LY

Eaton Square Bar – 17 Hobart Place, SWW 0HH

The Goring Hotel – Beeston Place, SW1W 0JW

The Natural History Museum – Cromwell Road, SW7 5BD

White Rooms Fitness – Gym in Belgravia: 54B Ebury St, SW1W 0LU and Beauty Salon in Knightsbridge: 46 Walton St, SW3 1RB