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London hotels in South Kensington, Knightsbridge and Chelsea

Base yourself in this ‘hood of London for a special occasion or just a refined and relaxed British jaunt.

Bulgari Hotel & Residence

Knightsbridge, SW7
Underground: Knightsbridge

Exactly where you would expect it to be – backing onto Hyde Park in Knightsbridge, opposite Harvey Nicholls and Harrods – The Bulgari Hotel and Residence, to give it its full name, is a sophisticated if a little reserved hotel, or as one scathing reviewer said: “It’s bland. It’s humourless. It’s overpriced.”
A reputation for the most expensive hotel rooms in Britain comes with a target – there are more exciting places to stay for your money.

Myhotel Chelsea

Ixworth Place, Chelsea, SW3
Underground: South Kensington

Charming is often misinterpreted for doily-and-chintz hell, but in this case it means exactly that – lovely in an inoffensive way but with decent flair and character, so not ugly, not boring but just right.
With a middle-of-the-road price tag it’s perfect for shoppers who want to max out the credit card on King’s Road rather than hotel rooms.

The Ampersand

Harrington Rd, South Kensington, SW7
Underground: South Kensington

With individually styled, small- to medium-size rooms in a Victorian townhouse opposite South Kensington tube, the interior swings from a cacophony of country estate furniture with splashes of exotic to reserved and quiet.
To some, it’s all trying too hard, whilst others will feel it’s eccentric British at its best.

20 Nevern Square

Nevern Square, Earl’s Court, SW5
Underground: Earl’s Court

Don’t let the Earl’s Court location put you off – we are not entering bed bug-ridden backpacker hell but a quiet, thoughtful boutique hotel where all the services are high but the price tag is far more approachable.
Set in the quiet square, it’s a great base for those who are here to explore and enjoy but partying is low on the agenda.

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