South Kensington draws its beautiful buildings and culture after being formed after the Great Hyde Park Exhibition in 1851.
Being part of the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, South Kensington forms part of London's famous West End. A truly European part of the city the architecture is influenced with French style and flair. The area is home to some of London's landmarks including the Victoria & Albert Museum, The Royal Albert Hall and Imperial College London to name but a few. Famous residents include Beatrix Potter and David Beckham. The area boost exclusive shopping; why not visit Sloane Avenue or Fulham Road for designer outfits to suit all. The antiques shops in the area offer unique opportunities unparalleled to anywhere else. Dinning in the area cannot be compared; truly all tastes are catered for from a traditional British menu at Admiral Codrington through to European and Continental eateries. For your entertainment you must take in a show at the Royal Albert Hall.
Your accommodation requirements are surely covered by the elegant hotels in the area. For an exclusive stay we can recommend The Beaufort or the Hotel Xenia.
How to get to:
South Kensington is located 2 miles west of Central London in the City of Westminster. London Victoria Station is on the doorstep and 5 miles from Heathrow International Airport.
By Car: It is easily accessible from the M4/A4 with plenty of off and on street parking.
By Rail: South Kensington Tube station has access to 3 of London's main tube lines giving great travel throughout Greater London.