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Belgravia Hotels

Adjacent to Buckingham Palace, Green Park and St James’s Park, this is one of the world’s most expensive neighborhoods in terms of real estate; many of its enormous, elegant houses are so costly that they’ve been purchased by charitable organizations and corporations rather than homeowners.

Ironically, while there are a handful of London’s finest boutique hotels here, there are also several (relatively) affordable lodging options. The closest shopping district, Knightsbridge, is home to many of the city’s most fashionable stores.


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Morgan Guest House
120 Ebury Street, London, SW1W 9QQ
Basic and comfortable B+B, featuring a sunny breakfast room and a few rooms that, with one exception, share bathrooms.

B+B Belgravia and Studios @82
64-66 Ebury Street, Belgravia, London, SW1W 9QD
Light, bright and airy, with free wi-fi and free use of a bike. The B+B features 17 rooms, half on the street side, half on the garden side; all have showers, six feature a bathtub. Breakfast is served in a public room overlooking the B+B’s garden, but in the Studios, you’ll find breakfast fixings in your fridge.

Tophams Hotel
24-32 Ebury Street, London, SW1W 0LU
At this romantic (and reasonably-priced) 4-star boutique hotel, there are two single rooms, one family suite, and 45 doubles. Decor is modern and elegant without being cold, art is everywhere, and the communal breakfast room features an atrium.

The Goring
Beeston Place, London, SW1W 0JW
Just over 100 years old, with 71 sumptuously decorated rooms and a formal private garden, here you can easily feel like British aristocracy. Cuisine in the elegant on-site restaurant is decidedly traditional, and in warm weather you can take your meals out on a garden veranda. The focus at the historic bar is on wines, and a lovely afternoon tea is served with or without Bollinger champagne.

The Halkin
Halkin Street, London, SW1X 7DJ
Features a large array of suites (some that are especially ideal for families) and a private garden, as well as an on-site gym and relationship with a nearby Asian-themed spa. One of the few luxury hotels in London to not feature British cuisine in its restaurant, the Halkin’s is Thai. The bar is sedate and sophisticated, with service for lunch and afternoon tea.


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