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A Pocket of Bohemian in Belgravia

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Our Belgraves London outpost continues to be the boutique chic place to play and stay.

A moment away from Buckingham Palace and Sloane Square is a stylish, urban retreat perfect for fire-side lounging, cocktail sipping, and worldly dining, surrounded by lovingly-curated commissioned artwork.

This funky, artistic sensibility makes the Belgraves a hub of understated sophistication and punchy personality amidst the secluded gardens and private estates of London’s most aristocratic neighborhood.

The lobby‘s “living wall” of ivy and succulents meanders towards The Den, an intimate candlelit bar and library, bringing a hint of springtime inside all year round. The outdoor terrace (with retractable roof for the warmer months) doubles as a cigar smoking area if you’re longing for a late-night puff.

If a transporting farm-fresh meal is what you’re after, Britain’s youngest executive chef Sophie Mitchell has you covered at the her Pont St home. The Belgrave’s signature Superfood Salad of quinoa, mint pomegranate, radish, pistachio and Haloumi is the perfect brain food to fuel taking in some modern art at the Saatchi Gallery around the corner, or perhaps the Venison Cottage Pie paired with a rustic Melbec is more your style for unwinding after a busy day of meetings. Either way, Pont St delivers both crisp and comforting flavors depending on your mood.

As for the rooms, request one with a deep-dish Japanese style bathtub with stellar views of St. Paul’s Cathedral and the London Eye. Soaking it up in a tub (a glass of champagne on hand) is the perfect way to ease into London life.

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