A Hidden Gem In London's Belgravia
Belgravia, London is a place where the social elites used to size up their contemporaries—dramas could be written about glances exchanged in Belgravia’s ballrooms that could make Jane Austen blush. In fact, novels have been written about the district’s dramatic social structure by noteworthy authors such as Anthony Trollope, Evelyn Waugh, and Nancy Mitford.
The Hari Hotel London bridges the gap between 19th century London and the modern day. The hotel emanates an inexplicable sense of exclusivity that gives guests a feeling as if they have found a hidden home away from home. While this luxury hotel is tucked away in Belgravia, it is only a 10-minute walk from some of London’s tourist hotspots including Buckingham Palace, Westminster Cathedral, Knightsbridge, Sloane Square, and Victoria.
With 85 designer bedrooms, including 14 luxury suites, created by the renowned Tara Bernard—The Hari Hotel London is an indulgence of plush velvet, marbled fixtures, modern art and cozy yet elevated furnishings.