Lying directly alongside Hyde Park, this leafy district mostly comprises of strictly controlled conservation areas and contains 275 listed buildings, many of which are grand, large scale Victorian terraces and verdant squares.
Knightsbridge is home to many of the world's richest people and has some of the highest property prices in the world. A terrace home of 427m² in Montpelier Square Knightsbridge sold for £15,950,000 in 2014.The average asking price for all the properties in slightly wider SW7 was £4,348,911 (as at autumn 2014).
It is home to many expensive shops, including the famous department store Harrods and Harvey Nichols. Knightsbridge also has the flagship stores of many British and international fashion houses, including those of London-based shoe designers Jimmy Choo and Manalo Blahnik, and two Prada stores.
There is a wealth of superb restaurants, with fine establishments boasting cuisines rich in culture and diversity from around the globe. The area is also renowned for its vast range of exclusive bars providing a diverse array of entertainment.
Knightsbridge is one of the most unchanged, attractive areas of central London. It is home to some of London's best museums with the Science Museum, the Natural History Museum, and the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) all close by. Other notable landmarks are the Royal Albert Hall and the distinctive tower of Knightsbridge Barracks, home to officers of the Household Cavalry.
Eccleston Square Hotel is Located near some of the best places in London. Whether you want to shop til’ you drop or see one of the amazing West End shows, there’s something for everyone.
On the map and listed below are just some of the places that we recommend nearby.