Knightsbridge Travel Guide

Articles about Knightsbridge

By Sarah Miller
Most Londoners rarely have cause to visit Knightsbridge. But most can recount stories of the curious things that happen there—tales of old money mixing with new, of rich wives keying their neighbors’ Bentleys during “an alleged parking rage incide...
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans
6 A.M. The snooze button is not an option for Daniel Jordaan, the 35-year-old South African who oversees all 23 butlers at London’s iconic Lanesborough hotel, in Knightsbridge. “I’ve wanted to be in the hospitality industry since I was six years ...

Hotels in Knightsbridge

The look is traditional English contemporary—bold patterns and plumped-up pillows meet granite-and-oak bathrooms and sandstone fireplaces—at this 44-room hotel on a quiet cul-de-sac in tony Knightsbridge, a stone’s throw from Harrods. Snug parlors and a well-stocked honor bar add to the appeal.

Restaurants in Knightsbridge

Inside the five-star Berkeley Hotel in Knightsbridge sits the equally luxurious, Michelin two-starred Marcus Wareing restaurant. Designer David Collins brings sophistication to the dining room with purple walls, plush leather seating, and a circular theme.

Things to do in Knightsbridge

Grays, an antiques center with the most fabulous jewelry in London, hands down, is by reputation as expensive as it is elegant. But it turns out that even the glittering Grays is not beyond the modest means of thrifty antiquers.