Home to arguably the World’s most famous shop, Harrods. But also home to Harvey Nichols and its wonderful champagne bar plus a host of designer shops. Knightsbridge is always bustling and if you’re in London to shop, the Bentley’s proximity is hard to beat.

The Museum Quarter

It was very considerate of London’s architects to place the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Science Museum all in the same part of Kensington and even more considerate of them to make it so close to the Bentley hotel. You could lose yourself for days amongst the exhibits from the natural world and culture but certainly no visit to London would be complete without a visit to at least one of its world beating museums.

Sloane Square and the Kings Road

A trendy alternative to Knightsbridge, the Kings Road is a 60s icon as much as Jagger or Hendrix and like those stars its appeal and excitement is as vital today as it was half a century ago. A plethora of designer shops, cafes, bars and restaurants of every world cuisine awaits you.

Getting to the hotel

Why not book consider a First Class rail package – to enquire call 0800 496 8888.

All mainline stations have taxi ranks of registered London black cabs and there is no easier or safer way to get your party and bags to The Bentley.

Alternatively take London Underground to Gloucester Road Underground Station (on the Piccadilly Line, 45 minutes from Heathrow). Turn right onto Gloucester Road and right again at the traffic lights onto Harrington Gardens. The Bentley hotel is on the left.