Known as one of the world’s most affluent districts, Belgravia is an area that is filled with high-end eateries, luxury properties and extremely desirable office space with views over the City from Hyde Park to Buckingham Palace. This fashionable and serene area, which was once home to former Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin and composers Chopin and Mozart, is only a short distance from Knightsbridge which can provide you with more retail options. The transport in and around Belgravia is extremely convenient, with 3 tube stations close by and easy access to Victoria Station which offers tube, coach and National Rail connections.
Setting up your business here
Belgravia has become home to many businesses and industries including luxury hotels and Michelin star restaurants. Office space is readily available in this upmarket area and those who work here can benefit from the slower paced quality of life, while only ever being a cab ride away from the upbeat and fast paced atmosphere of the City. You will be sure to find all the facilities you need in and around Belgravia. From boutique shopping to popular restaurants and bars which provide a relaxed atmosphere and act as a hub for those in and around the district who are keen business networkers; Belgravia really is the place to be.
A typical office in Belgravia
Here is an example of a typical office in this area:
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Things to do in Belgravia
The upmarket district of Belgravia is certainly not lacking in charm and appeal. Not only does it have an abundance of specialist and boutique retail establishments along Sloane Street and King’s Road - including Dior, Tom Ford and Browns - it also complements this thriving economy with the natural beauty and tranquillity of the parks and attractions, from Hyde Park to the North, to the fountain in Sloane Square. If you are looking for somewhere suitable for client entertainment then Petrus in Kinnerton Street, a popular French restaurant by Gordon Ramsay and Ametsa on Halkin Street which specialises in Basque cuisine are among some of the most prevalent. For something a little more laid back and relaxing then The Orange on Pimlico Road which serves a great selection of wines and cocktails in a country-house setting and Boisdale of Belgarvia on Eccleston Street which offers a traditional Scottish atmosphere, live jazz and a cigar terrace are where you can let your hair down and relax.
- Tube lines: Sloane Square; Knightsbridge; Hyde Park Corner; Victoria
- Mainline stations: Victoria; Charing Cross
- Nearest motorways: M4
- Nearest airports: City; Heathrow
- Other: 10 bus routes to and from Grosvenor Place