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The Beaufort Hotel
33 Beaufort Gardens
Knightsbridge, London,


The Beaufort Hotel sits on a quiet residential cul-de-sac, moments away from Brompton Road, the home of London’s most exclusive department store, Harrods and the iconic British fashion house, Harvey Nichols.

In amongst the designer boutiques that punctuate this shoppers’ paradise is a plethora of restaurants, cafés and bars offering an exceptional choice of international cuisine – our close relationship with neighbourhood restaurants means we can provide you with exceptional fare, delivered to your room.

If culture is what you seek, then you are in the prime location. The Beaufort is just a short walk away from some of London’s most prized museums, including the Victoria & Albert, Science and the Natural History Museums.

Take a 10-minute stroll to Hyde Park to experience why London is considered one of the greenest capitals in the world, and as day turns to night the bright lights of the West End beckon – hop into a taxi and enjoy the city vibe.

Our small luxury hotel’s close proximity to Knightsbridge tube station means a quick and easy journey to the West End, as well as being conveniently located on the Piccadilly line for direct access to Heathrow Airport.

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  • Gallery

  • Saatchi Gallery

    A relatively new London ‘must see’ is the Saatchi Gallery, opened in 2008 with the mission to bring contemporary art to the widest possible audience. Read more

  • Museum

  • Science Museum

    The Science Museum, renowned for its historic collections and inspirational exhibitions, is a place where looking is not the only activity, you can feel the force as the Saturn V rocket launches into …

  • Natural History Museum

    A London gem that warrants an intake of breath, is the Natural History Museum. First opened in 1881, the entire building is a homage to the natural world. Read more

  • V&A Museum

    Wander away from The Beaufort, along Brompton Road and you stumble across the Victoria & Albert Museum, with its wealth of treasures dating back from ancient times to present day. Read more

  • Park

  • Hyde Park

    Adjacent to Kensington Gardens sits one of the finest Royal parks in London – Hyde Park. Read more

  • Shopping

  • Sloane Street Shopping

    London is one of the major fashion capitals of the world and your stay at The Beaufort means that you are just minutes from Sloane Street, the quintessential, upscale, elite shopping zone. Read more

  • Harrods

    Each night 11,500 light bulbs illuminate the outside of Britain’s most iconic department store. Read more

  • Sightseeing

  • Buckingham Palace

    George III bought Buckingham House for his wife, Charlotte to use as a comfortable family home close to St James’s Palace where many court functions were held. Read more

  • Theatre

  • Theatreland

    The heart of the West End houses over 40 architecturally rich venues, the majority of which are located on Drury Lane, Shaftesbury Avenue and The Strand. Read more

  • The Royal Albert Hall

    Built at Prince Albert’s behest, The Royal Albert Hall on Kensington Road, was inspired by his love of the Arts and Sciences and his wish to promote this appreciation to a wider audience. Read more