Your home away from home, the Beaufort Hotel in Knightsbridge is a privately owned small luxury boutique hotel, moments away from Harrods and Harvey Nichols. With meticulous attention to detail and a passion for delivering first class service, the Beaufort has been transformed into an idyllic hideaway right in the heart of Knightsbridge.
stay On entering the luxury Beaufort your first impression is one of sheer delight as the scent of fresh flowers permeates the foyer. Original English watercolour paintings gracefully charm the walls whilst the contemporary styled sitting room exudes both warmth and tranquility. If you're staying in the UK, and you're looking for a hotel that offers luxury in the London area, then your search ends here.
Twice daily maid service
State-of-the-art televisions offering free internet, email and movies
Many extras such as handmade chocolates, biscuits, water, fruit, flowers, shoe cleaners and magazines that set these accommodations apart.
The Beaufort is also home to a unique collection of original English watercolours, the largest in the world with over 300 floral paintings complementing the colours of the rooms.
eat/drink Breakfast in bed is recommended; delivered to your room by the hotel’s discreet and friendly staff. Fine Wedgwood china and silver cutlery show off the hot rolls and croissants, delicious preserves, fresh fruit salad, orange & grapefruit juice and, of course, large pots of steaming hot tea and coffee.
Other complimentary offerings include champagne and drinks from the bar in the Sitting Room and traditional cream tea such tempting treats as homemade scones and clotted cream. Everything is designed to make you feel as relaxed and spoilt as possible. If you need to work all that off - the beautiful surroundings of Hyde Park are just minutes away.
The extraordinary worldwide reputation of this small hotel can be credited to the originality of its owners and warm personalities of the staff members.
hotel critic: colin extonThe Beaufort is one of London’s real hidden little gems that you want to keep to yourself but are keen to let the whole world know about. And comments in the hotel’s guestbook are testimony as to its lasting popularity and why it has been such an enduring part of London’s boutique hotel scene: beautiful, charming, personable, friendly.
Recently redecorated in a more modern and contemporary style, it has been lavishly appointed but has not lost any of its original charm and grace. It is a very welcoming and immaculately kept hotel where civilities extended to guests include complimentary afternoon tea as well as drinks from the bar.
In fact, the only extra’s to pay for are telephone calls and breakfast. Rates on offer for such a unique experience make the Beaufort one of the best value for money hotels in London. And given its setting in a quite, tree-lined cul-de-sac in the middle of Knightsbridge, you couldn’t ask for a better location.