• Knightsbridge
  • From £500 per night

A minimalist palette makes for a thoroughly soothing sanctum. This two-bedroom triplex is a gateway to sophisticated Knightsbridge, Mayfair and Belgravia.

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Capacity: 4
Behind a smart blonde-brick façade and its own front door lies a home poised for modern city living. A pared-back palette with contemporary finishes; beauty in simplicity is realised in this two-bedroom home. The dual-aspect reception room is a calming space, with whitewashed walls and blonde wood floors. Thoughtfully zoned through an archway, the kitchen pairs glossy cabinets and worktops with integrated appliances – making for a streamlined culinary setting. Host intimate dinners around the glass dining table, with farings gathered from the world-renowned emporium of Harrods’ food hall.  

Spread across the second and third floors, two double bedrooms are light-filled and tranquil. The principal bedroom enjoys integrated storage and an en suite bathroom wrapped in pale marble. The guest bedroom downstairs can be reimagined as a quiet study – served by a family-sized bathroom.  
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    Streamlined and serene

    With minimalist interior design and plenty of sunlight, this home is a peaceful setting to springboard you to the vibrant thoroughfares beyond.  

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    Shopping sprees 

    With some of the capital's most coveted department stores on your doorstep, Montpelier place is perfectly positioned for retail therapy throughout the seasons.  

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    Quintessential London living  

    Hyde Park is just a stone’s throw away for an al fresco interlude. Knightsbridge tube is a five-minute walk, offering easy access into the West End for nights at the theatre. Venture into Chelsea’s storied shopping streets or the coveted museums of South Kensington.  

About the area

Synonymous with London’s most luxurious offerings, Knightsbridge is a neighbourhood poised for the finer things in life.

Its vibrant streets are lined with handsome red-brick townhouses and prestigious hotels, tailor-made for a London staycation with its wealth of shops and restaurants. Immerse yourself in world-renowned Harvey Nichols and Harrods, the prime destinations for innovative fashion, state-of-the-art technology, and sumptuous artisanal produce. A stroll around the verdant lawns of Hyde Park, then take an early-morning dip at The Serpentine Lido, tennis, or horse-riding lessons. For a spot of culture, the Royal Albert Hall and Victoria and Albert Museum are nearby, as are the storied streets of Belgravia and Mayfair. Favourite haunts for fine dining include Zuma, Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, and the highly photogenic EL&N café. 

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