Shopping, Restaurant and Bars
Close to our hotel on Ebury Street you will find pubs, wine bars, cafés and restaurants for a range of cuisines: restaurants include the Ebury Wine Bar offering an original selection of English food, the atmospheric French bistro La Poule au Pot with its traditional French cuisine as well as upmarket Santini and Convivio providing high quality Italian fare. There are also many shops ranging from boutiques for clothes, art galleries, furniture shops, and printers.
Elizabeth Street (1 minute by foot, next to Ebury Street)
This famous street is located just around the corner from our hotel and to the west hosts an eclectic range of upmarket boutiques, cafés and restaurants. Have recently undergone a major programme of improvements Elizabeth Street’s bohemian chic atmosphere offers a unique experience in the heart of London.
To the east Elizabeth Street is home to Victoria Coach Station and numerous cafés, a fish and chip shop and convenience shops for food and newspapers.
King’s Road and Chelsea (approximately 10 minutes by foot)
King’s Road and the surrounding Chelsea area have long been associated with the latest fashions and style. From the imposing Peter Jones department store on Sloane Square to the latest fashion boutiques King’s Road offers an eclectic shopping experience away from the crowds of Oxford Street and the West End. There are also many cafés, bars, restaurants and cinemas which make it an attractive place to visit during the evening as well.
Knightsbridge (approximately 20 minutes by foot or a short bus ride)
Location of hundreds of shops from the world famous Harrods and Harvey Nichols, to High Street chains and exclusive boutiques.
Victoria Station (approximately 5 minutes by foot)
As well as being one of London’s busiest stations for trains, Undergound and buses Victoria station also has many shops, cafés and restaurants in Victoria Place, a shopping centre at the back of Victoria Station and very close to our hotel. In Victoria Place you will find a large supermarket (Sainsbury’s), a large pharmacy (Boots), electrical, clothes, health and many other types of shops. Upstairs many types of food are sold from fastfood restaurants and cafés such as MacDonalds, KFC and Costa Café to restuarants such as Café Rouge and Garfunkels.
Victoria Street (approximately 10 minutes by foot)
Thanks to recent developments in the area, notably the Cardinal Place shopping centre, Victoria Street has become a major shopping area in central London. You will find major supermarket chains such as Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, many High Street clothing, shoe, electronic and jewellery shops, a Post Office, currency exchange and major banks. Cardinal Place also contains several large bars and restaurants which make it a popular place to eat out and socialise.
Nearby Theatres and Cinemas
- Theatre: Victoria Palace Theatre (next to Victoria station) - currently showing the musical ‘Billy Elliot’ (5 minutes by foot)
- Theatre: Apollo Victoria Theatre (next to Victoria station) - currently showing the musical ‘Wicked’ (5 minutes by foot)
- Cinema: Chelsea Cinema King’s Road (15 minutes by foot)
- Cinema: Cineworld King’s Road (20 minutes by foot)