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Knightsbridge Travel Guide

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A Hotel Head Butler's Day

What’s a day as a Lanesborough Hotel head butler like? T+L goes behind the scenes to find out.

The Art of Bringing Hotel Design Ideas Home

A house is not a hotel. But can it be? Peter Jon Lindberg reflects on what he’s learned about design—and brought home—from a life in...

London's Hottest New Hotels

The most newsworthy hotels in London reflect its wildly different personalities.

Ode to the Never-Ending Packing List

People extol the virtues of a concise packing list, but after years of trying, our columnist is ready to throw in the towel (and five...

Knightsbridge Hotel

Known for creating some of London's poshest boutique hotels—including the Pelham, Covent Garden, and Charlotte Street—Kit and Tim Kemp have gone the budget route with...

London's Evolving Food Scene

London’s food scene is more dynamic—and varied—than ever.

London in New York City

Call them the neocolonials. A new wave of natty londoners has taken New york by storm—and brought a dose of blighty to the big apple.

Tips for Healthy Travel

How to combat colds, avoid germs, and steer clear of swine flu.

Holidays Away! | T+L Family

Presenting our favorite places to celebrate the season—whether you want city glitter, state-of-the-art sledding, a taste of time travel, or Santa in swim trunks

Best of London Shopping

Looking for the old guard or the avant-garde?From Knightsbridge to Notting Hill, Lynn Yaeger reveals 52 essential addresses for your next buying trip
HOTELS

The Gore

Situated on a tree-lined street between Knightsbridge and Kensington, near Hyde Park and the Royal Albert Hall, the Gore is a thoroughly British boutique hotel in the Westminster borough. There are 50... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Zuma, London

Divine Japanese food in sophisticated yet informal surroundings set within a tranquil Knightsbridge lane are what Zuma is all about. As a twist on the izakaya (a bar that serves food), Zuma seats... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Harrods

Established in 1849, Harrods is one of the most famous department stores in the world. Located on Brompton Road, the massive seven-story, high-end store is home to more than 300 departments, including... more ›


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