The Hari, Belgravia, London
This stylish hotel exudes an artistic vibe blended with glamour. Brilliantly located to walk to the cream of the crop of London, staying here is joyous - visit the restaurant with its authentic Italian cuisine, then retire to your slick suite.
Rooms available from £432 per night
Your expert reviewer
For a spot of shopping, you have Harvey Nichols and Harrods close by, as well as the designer shops on Sloane Street. Duke of York Square is ten minutes away, with a choice of boutique shops, restaurants and cafés.
This is an iconic area with landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, the Victoria & Albert Museum, Natural History Museum and Saatchi Gallery all within walking distance.
By car: around 4 hours 30 minutes from Manchester, and less than 3 hours from Birmingham.
By train: Knightsbridge and Sloane Square tube stations are less than 10 minutes walk. Victoria station is five minutes by taxi. Book trains to London.
CHARACTER & STYLE
The hotel successfully combines high-end luxe with cosy - each room is designed to make you feel at home. The exposed brickwork, velvet-upholstered sofas, wooden flooring and glass along the staircase create an open and light interior, while the eclectic mix of art injects added interest and colour.
The Hari prides itself on personalised welcomes for all their guests and the attention to detail is so impressive. Amenities are amended based upon guest's likes and dislikes. We loved the lemon mug, dried lemon slices and delicious limoncello truffles in our suite upon arrival.
- Fitness centre
- Free bicycles
- Free Wi-Fi
Rooms and suites are modern, uncluttered and welcoming spaces. The décor is suitable luxe with earthy wood flooring, relaxing off-white walls with dashes of warm reds and plums, and plush velvet banquette seating.
Room types: Superior Room, Deluxe Room, Premium Room, Suite, Studio Suite, The Hari Suite, Penthouse Suite
Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, Nespresso machine, free water and soft drinks, flat screen TV, free Wi-Fi
FOOD & DRINK
Named after the owners' racehorse, Il Pampero is authentically Italian. With specialist ingredients flown in, dishes are delicious and traditional. Expect classic Italian street food such as 'frittura di pesce' for starters, followed by popular pasta dishes like cacio e pepe, expertly executed and presented. There's even a decent non-alcoholic wine. The tender octopus in the pasta special was sublime - if we closed our eyes, we could have been in Italy.
Il Pampero: Italian restaurant, locally sourced ingredients. All-day dining, open daily. Weekend bottomless brunch from £70.
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