5 Motcomb Street: Luxury chocolate brand, Rococo Chocolate’s flagship store is just around the corner from The Hari – located on the picturesque, Motcomb Street.
From hot chocolate in their Chocolate Café or freshly baked cake in their Moroccan-style garden, to chocolate masterclasses and tasting sessions, Rococo Chocolates is a must for all chocolate lovers.
69 Kinnerton Street: Candles do much more than setting the mood. It states our tastes; it’s a matter of etiquette.
Over at Kinnerton Street, master chandler Rachel Vosper blends natural bees wax with essential oils to create scented candles that seem to originate from the lost grimoire of an alchemist. Keen to pick up the secret art of chandlery? Reserve a spot at Rachel’s bespoke candle making classes.
87-135 Brompton Rd: Harrods, the world’s most famous department store and one stop shop for all things fashion, luxury gifts, food and accessories is a stone’s throw from the hotel on Brompton Road.
One of London’s most iconic landmarks, Hyde Park is less than 10 minutes’ walk from The Hari.
Be sure to visit the Diana, Princess of Wales Fountain, enjoy a trip down the Serpentine or join the vast number of joggers, cyclists and walkers enjoying the beautiful scenery that the largest of all London’s Royal Parks has to offer.
22 Edbury Street: Cold war spy turned writer Ian Fleming might have preferred life in Jamaica, but he also called 22 Ebury Street home.
Bond himself, in the shape of actors Sir Sean Connery and Sir Roger Moore, was Belgravian for a while. Even sinister Bond’s nemesis Scaramanga had Belgravian roots, being played by Belgravia-born Sir Christopher Lee. You only live twice, indeed!
40 Elizabeth Street: Entering into the Donna Ida boutique on Elizabeth street (the street renowned for its memorable shopping and dining experience in Belgravia) is entering into an ultra chic denim dream world! Make sure you check out her lifestyle brand too – complete with candles, nightwear, outerwear and accessories.
180 Ebury Street: Visit the house where Mozart, arguably the most gifted musician in classical music history, wrote his first ever symphony at the mere age of eight! Located less than a kilometer away from the hotel.
87 Sloane Avenue: Hidden in a nondescript apartment block, Barts Speakeasy revives the fear and thrill of the Prohibition era. If you know the password the door is open from 6pm ’til late every day. Strong cocktails, eclectic furniture and live piano: the perfect recipe for naughtiness.
The official residence of Her Majesty The Queen is just 1.6km away from The Hari. Buckingham Palace is open to the public during the summer months and for a limited number of tours in December, January and at Easter each year.
Cromwell Road: 1.4km from the hotel, the Victoria & Albert Museum is the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design, housing a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects. It was founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
Cromwell Road: On the same road as the Victoria and Albert Museum, The Natural History Museum is an amazing visitor attraction and leading science research centre. Within walking distance of The Hari.
Exhibition Road: Just 1.6km away from The Hari, London’s Science Museum is the go to place to discover award-winning exhibitions, iconic objects and tales of scientific achievement. A great and educational day out for all of the family.
Imperial College Road: The Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall on the northern edge of South Kensington, which has held the Proms concerts annually each summer since 1941 and a range of other exciting events throughout the year.
Kensington Gardens: Be charmed by the stylish royal residence a mere 10 minutes’ drive or 30 minute walk from us at The Hari. With lots of things to do and explore, you’ll get a real insight into the life of a Royal.
Thinking about what to do in London for children this summer? Here is The Hari’s guide to keeping the kids happy during your stay with us.
Within walking distance of London’s top summer attractions, The Hari is the perfect place to explore all that London has to offer this summer.
Spend your summer at The Hari and be within walking distance of London’s most famous museums and open parks, with lots of activities and new things to learn to keep your children entertained. The Science Museum is packed with interactive exhibits, while the Natural History Museum brings you face to face with dinosaurs, creepy crawlies and the famous huge blue whale. Budding designers should also take a trip to the Victoria & Albert Museum where kids can create their own crazy designs inspired by the collections on show.
For the more outdoors type, we’re a stone’s throw from Hyde Park where you can set sail on The Serpentine lake in a rowing boat or pedalo. Or just a short walk away in Kensington Gardens, you’ll find the magical Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground. Inspired by the stories of Peter Pan, the playground has a huge wooden pirate ship providing hours of fun for little travellers.
Or if shopping is your bag, Harrods’ Toy Kingdom is just around the corner from The Hari, offering unique experiences for visitors young and old.
Then head back to relax in the comfort of The Hari. For families that have worked up an appetite, our restaurant, il Pampero, serves delicious homemade Italian dishes for big and small people.
Book direct with The Hari and enjoy our best available rate, a complimentary upgrade to the next room category (subject to availability) and your first drink on us. For more information and availability click here.
The Hari’s Italian restaurant, il Pampero, is now serving a succulent new Summer à la carte menu.
Delicious new dishes, including seared scallops, tuna tartare, fennel salad with orange segments and smoked honey salmon and grilled swordfish on a classic sicilian caponata accompany all of our seasonal homemade pasta plates. And for a sweet treat, why not try our vanilla pannacotta with nectarine or our vegan meringue with coconut cream and mixed berries. See the full menu here.
For more information and reservations, please visit www.ilpampero.com or
call 020 3189 4850.
We are very excited to announce details of our new Truffle Afternoon Tea, which will be served in our exquisite Italian restaurant, il Pampero, between 16th August 2018 and 16th September 2018.
A first of its kind in London, the Truffle Afternoon Tea has been designed by Executive Chef Claudio Covino and Head Pastry Chef Riccardo Zanetti and will use Italian summer truffle in each of its sweet and savoury items.
Our unique offering includes arancini truffle, truffle pears and porcini salad, beef carpaccio and truffle bruschetta, as well as macaroons, caramel salted truffle and milk chocolate bombolone (Italian-style doughnuts). See the full menu here.
Truffle Afternoon Tea will be served Thursday to Sunday between 16th August 2018 and 16th September 2018.
For more information and bookings please click here.
And for more information about The Hari’s Italian restaurant, il Pampero, please click here.
Take a trip to the Tate Modern to see Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy. One of the most significant shows the gallery has ever staged, visitors will embark on a month-by-month journey through 1932, a time so pivotal in Picasso’s life and work that it has been called his ‘year of wonders’. More than 100 outstanding paintings, sculptures and drawings, mixed with family photographs and rare glimpses into his personal life reveal the man and the artist in his full complexity and richness.
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