Knightsbridge is an exclusive upmarket area of London containing lots of incredible hotel options for you to choose from. With tube exits leading directly to Harvey Nichols and Harrods, and listed as one of the two key international retail centres in London, it’s no wonder the area attracts so many business visitors and tourists every year.
So whether you’re here for a couple of days looking for a high end serviced office, or you’re here for six months working on a mammoth retail project, you’re guaranteed to find suitable accommodation in Knightsbridge.
When your budget is tight, or you need somewhere to stay ASAP, budget hotels are your best friend. Although Knightsbridge is not really a ‘budget hotel’ kind of area, there are still some affordable options for you to choose from.
The Diplomat Hotel provides classic and minimalist rooms, basic amenities and comfortable beds all for what are reasonable rates within this area of London. The hotel is also listed with most major comparison sites so it’s possible to get a really good nightly rate here if you shop around. Park Lane Mews is another great option if you’re working on a tight budget. Within walking distance of Knightsbridge and Hyde Park, it’s based in an ideal location and is listed on all the major comparison sites, so like The Diplomat, you can get a good nightly rate here too.
If you want somewhere fancy to stay that stands out from the crowd and has a bit of personality, you’re going to want to opt for a unique hotel. Knightsbridge doesn’t really do ‘quirky’ per se, but there are a few standout hotel options for you to choose from if you’re bored of ‘contemporary classic’.
The Egerton House Hotel is a really excellent choice if you like to see art inspire the decor in a room. Every single piece of artwork in each room influences the colour scheme used throughout the furnishings and accessories, which gives a truly stunning effect. The art is classic in some rooms and more contemporary in others.
If you want somewhere completely stylish, that’s just small enough to be charming, The Beaufort is a really great hotel with clean, classic rooms and pretty, homely touches throughout the building. The combination of different material textures and ornament shapes are what gives this hotel a real touch of class.
When you’ve got the budget to splash out, Knightsbridge is going to be quite the playground for you. This area contains a huge selection of high end hotels some of which are classic luxury and others which are the epitome of off the chart opulence.
The Mandarin Oriental is a stunning 5* hotel with sumptuous, beautiful rooms and a rather impressive exterior. Many of the rooms have their own private terraces, and there is a lot of opportunity for upgrades here if you want to see exactly how much your budget can get you. The Park Tower is a good choice if you like your views. Every room contains only the finest furnishings and there is an emphasis on quality and class, with plenty of detail to enjoy in each room or suite. For timeless chic surroundings and modern extras, The Berkeley is a supreme luxury hotel where every room is a retreat from the rest of the world, and every effort is made to ensure you’re experiencing the highest level of comfort and convenience.
Other luxury hotels in the area worth considering are; The Capital, The Wellesley, The Halkin by Como, Jumeirah Carlton Tower and Knightsbridge Hotel – to name just a few.