London, United Kingdom
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Grab a cappuccino at Café Boheme on Old Compton Street. This traditional French bistro is a classic London haunt that hosts live music three times a week with everything from smokey jazz and blues to seductive Brazilian samba grooves. This is the perfect location to immerse yourself in the smells, sights and sounds of London.
85 rooms including 14 suites
Food & Drink
- Pont St restaurant: an all-day dining destination including an extensive à la carte breakfast featuring continental, English, American and Arabian inspired dishes, quintessential afternoon tea, lunch and dinner.
- Mezzanine-level bar including library, outdoor cigar bar and retractable roof
- Fitness centre
- Free Wi-Fi throughout
- Room service
- For children: cots, high chairs, booster seats, colouring books, bibs and children’s cutlery available on request
- State of the art, fully-equipped meeting rooms with luxurious furnishings
London Heathrow Airport (one hour by taxi or 45 minutes by tube from Knightsbridge station)
- Buckingham Palace
- Kensington Palace
- Royal Albert Hall
- Victoria and Albert Museum
- Science Museum
- Hyde Park
- Harvey Nichols
- Sloane Street
- The Royal Academy of Art
- Saatchi Gallery
Tranquil, picturesque and entirely serene, The Hari Hotel, situated in Belgravia, is a highly sought after destination moments away from a host of internationally renowned shops, sites and iconic landmarks. Buckingham and Kensington Palaces are both within walking distance, along with the green spaces of the Royal Parks, including Hyde Park and Green Park, and the luxury shopping destinations of Harrods, Harvey Nichols, Sloane Street and Kings Road.
The ideal spot for business and leisure travellers, couples and families, The Hari is a short distance from London’s main business and entertainment hubs, as well as a number of cultural havens including the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Saatchi Gallery and the Royal Academy of Art.
Look & Feel
With a totally effortless urban chic feel, the Hari features a design concept that embodies New York City sophistication. Acclaimed British designer Tara Bernerd has created ecletic interiors that play out nicely alongside the bold architectural structure from EPR Architects. Designed with a snug, boutique feel where every guest can reside in the lap of luxury, the hotel boasts rich shades of chocolate brown and deep purple to complement the crisp white and charcoal grey plush furnishings. Industrial style brick walls and slate features are juxtaposed with sharp, fresh lines and pristine, marble-clad bathrooms for a confident, carefree mood.
“The jewel in the crown of this perfectly placed residence is its mezzanine-level bar, which comes complete with vintage Cuban cigar to be enjoyed on the semi al fresco smoking terrace.”
As the first European offering from the Thompson Hotels brand, the Hari stands out from other boutique London hotels thanks to the exquisite level of detail and care taken by the staff to create a unique travel hub. The hotel’s artwork is changed seasonally to encourage guests to have something new and interesting to talk about and keep things fresh, while the jewel in the crown of this perfectly placed residence is its mezzanine-level bar, which comes complete with vintage Cuban cigar to be enjoyed on the semi al fresco smoking terrace. This sits comfortably alongside romantic, candlelit interiors with cashmere sofas and beautifully-formed cocktails.
Should you fancy a bite to eat, just head down to the Pont St restaurant – helmed by Britain’s youngest female executive chef, the menu consists of a range of delectable, seasonal fare influenced by area’s fashion- and health-conscious surroundings.
Sophie Michell is the Executive Chef at Pont St, and the 33-year-old comes with an impressive portfolio. She’s been a private chef to stars including Leonardo DiCaprio and has cooked for Princes William and Harry at the annual Royal Polo tournament.