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Chiltern Firehouse, London | Tourist Information


1 Chiltern Street
London, United Kingdom W1U 7

020 7073 7676

The Chiltern Firehouse is a restaurant and hotel located at 1 Chiltern Street, Marylebone, London, England occupying the Grade II listed building of the former Marylebone Fire Station, also known as Manchester Square Fire Station. It is owned by André Balazs, a hotel chain owner, who also owns the Chateau Marmont Hotel in Los Angeles, California and The Mercer Hotel in New York City. The head chef is Nuno Mendes.Manchester Square Fire StationThe Manchester Square Fire Station was built in 1889, by the London County Council Architect's Department, "in the Vulliamy manner". "Red brick with stone dressings; tiled roof. Free Tudor-Gothic style". It initially served as a fire station, and was one of the first fire stations in London. The original architect was Robert Pearsall. Originally known as Manchester Square Fire Station (Manchester Square is nearby), it was decommissioned in June 2005 by the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority. For some years subsequently, it had been in occasional use as an exhibition space for local artists, as there was a long and complex planning process to convert it to a luxury hotel and restaurant. David Archer of Archer Humphryes Architects acted as lead architect for the project.

British Restaurant Near Chiltern Firehouse

The Colonies, Victoria
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
25 Wilfred Street
London, SW1E 6PR

02078341407

The Colonies pub is a traditional British London pub in Victoria serving great freshly cooked traditional pub food. We also serve a fantastic range of beers from around the world, warming red and crisp white wines and a fantastic selection of spirits

Georgian Restaurant, Harrods
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Harrods
London, SW3 1

020 3551 2763

Harrods Rotisserie
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
87-135 Brompton Road
London, SW1X 7X

020 7730 1234

Pétrus
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
1 Kinnerton Street
London, SW1X 8

020 7592 1609

Pétrus is a restaurant in London, which serves Modern French cuisine. It is located in Kinnerton Street, Belgravia and is part of Gordon Ramsay restaurants owned by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay's Kavalake Limited. It has held one Michelin star since 2011, and five AA Rosettes. Controversy arose when the star was first awarded. It has received mixed reviews from food critics both while in its current incarnation, and while it was run by head chef Marcus Wareing. It was felt that the dishes were sometimes overcomplicated, and designed primarily to gain Michelin stars. The restaurant was named after the French wine Pétrus.It is now in its third location, and used to be located in St James's Street, London, and The Berkeley hotel, where it was run by head chef Wareing. By the time Pétrus' lease ran out in September 2008, it held two Michelin stars under Wareing. This resulted in a public feud between Wareing and Ramsay as Wareing took over Pétrus' former location in the hotel, opening his restaurant Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley, while Ramsay retained the rights to the Pétrus name.DescriptionThe current Pétrus restaurant is located in 1 Kinnerton Street, Belgravia, London, where it was opened on 29 March 2010 under Head Chef Sean Burbidge. He had worked in other Gordon Ramsay restaurants including Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and Gordon Ramsay au Trianon, but it is his first position as head chef.

The Gloucester Pub, Knightsbridge
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Sloane street
London, SW1X 9

Knightsbridge Tattersalls
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
2 Knightsbridge Green, Knightsbridge,
London, SW1X 7QA

02075847122

Cookbook Cafe
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
One Hamilton Place, Park Lane
London, W1J 7

02073188563x

Thirty Six
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
St James's Place
London, SW1A 1 NY

0207 491 4840

THIRTY SIX offers Nigel Mendham’s refined, British cuisine. Preferring to keep technology out of the kitchen, Nigel focuses on using time-honoured techniques and the very best British ingredients to create mouth-watering meals. His modern-traditional food, with its classical twist fits in perfectly with DUKES LONDON’s quintessentially English values. The restaurant’s name was chosen because of its association with the ‘Solar Square’ of ancient Western tradition, in which it represents the sun, and warmth. The number thirty six also represents good luck in Chinese astrology. And of course, as our regular guests will know, the number of DUKES LONDON’s Little St. James’ entrance is also thirty six.

The Ritz London
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
150 Piccadilly
London, W1J 9BR

+44 (0) 20 7493 8181

For over a century, The Ritz London has been the benchmark by which other hotels are measured. Perfectly located in a landmark position in the heart of Piccadilly, the iconic hotel has long been the choice for Royalty, celebrities and and countless other discerning guests. The 136 beautiful bedrooms and suites feature fully restored Louis XVI style interiors and most rooms overlook the stunning Royal Green Park or world famous Piccadilly. Whichever room you choose, you'll experience the best in luxury accommodation and service. The magnificent Ritz Restaurant is often described as the most beautiful dining room in the world and leaves an indelible impression on all who dine there. The finest of British ingredients are cooked using Escoffier-inspired classical recipes. Afternoon Tea at The Ritz is a quintessential British experience; a rare and wonderful tradition that has stood the test of time. In 2002, The Ritz London was awarded a Royal Warrant by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales for Banqueting and Catering Services, becoming the only hotel in the world to receive such an honour. The hotel has six stunning private dining rooms, five of which are located in the William Kent House, the stunning Grade II listed townhouse adjoined to the hotel. The exquisite collections of lavishly decorated event rooms retain their original Italian Renaissance style décor. Attention to detail and personal service are elevated to a fine art so that guests may always be assured of a magical and memorable experience.

Wiltons
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
55 Jermyn Street
London, SW1Y 6LX

+44 (0) 20 7629 9955

The Only Running Footman - Closed
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
5 Charles Street
London, W1J 5DF

0207 7238996

Nestled in the heart of Mayfair just off historic Berkeley Sq, The Only Running Footman is a pub that recalls the days when aristocrats’ carriages were preceded by manservants on foot, whose duties included carrying lights after dusk and paying toll-keepers. The Georgian aristocrats of Mayfair employed a large number of these men, who used to meet at a tavern known as the Running Horse in Charles Street, now The Only Running Footman. The full name is actually ‘I Am The Only Running Footman’ and has been the venue for many a historic London pub crawl, treasure hunt, mystery tour and even a novel by American detective fiction writer Martha Grimes.

Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
11-15 Swallow Street
London, W1B 4DG

020 7734 4756

The sensitive restoration of this famous restaurant has retained many original features of the building and the spirit of Bentley’s original arts and crafts heritage has been preserved in the carefully thought-out choice of furnishings, fabrics and wallpapers. American oak flooring, light wooden panelling and the reframed old Bentley’s fish paintings all add to the relaxed air of calm, understated luxury. Bentley’s has its own bakery and patisserie and sources all ingredients, such as smoked salmon from Frank Hedderman in Ireland and finest West Cork beef, from some of the best producers in the business. Deliveries arrive fresh in the kitchen every day.

Criterion Restaurant
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
224 Piccadilly
London, W1J 9HP

020 7930 0488

Hawksmoor Air Street
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
5A Air Street
London, W1J 0

020 7406 3980

A British steakhouse and cocktail bar in Piccadilly Circus, London. We serve only the best British beef, simply cooked over a real charcoal grill. "The best steak I have eaten in this country. If it was a person, you'd want to put a big smacker on its lips, possibly even marry it!"- Jay Rayner, Observer "Flawless. The best steak you'll find anywhere." - Giles Coren, The Times We do £5 corkage every Monday and on Sundays there's the roast beef that Observer Food Monthly named 'Best Sunday Lunch in the UK'. If you'd like to come see us, please email [email protected] or call our reservations line on 020 7406 3980

Corrigan's Mayfair
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
28 Upper Grosvenor Street
London, W1K 7EH

020 7499 9943

Inspired by Richard Corrigan's humble, rural upbringing, Corrigan’s Mayfair brings honest, no-nonsense food to one of the city’s most enviable postcodes. Generous portions accompany an exciting wine list and atmosphere to match, combining 21st century luxury and style with down-to-earth, home-inspired cooking. Our three private dining rooms have no hire charges, and two of our rooms are in the heart of the Corrigan's kitchen with unrivalled views of the culinary magic being created.

Ten Room
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Hotel Café Royal, 68 Regent Street
London, W1B 4DY

020 7406 3310

The revival of the Ten Room signals the resurgence of one of London’s most renowned dining rooms. Echoing the heritage of this iconic landmark, this elegant space has been both sensitively restored to feature original details and modernised to appeal to twenty-first century sensibilities. Overseen by executive chef, Andrew Turner, the menu marries the traditional with contemporary flavours and styles. Welcoming both visitors and hotel guests, the Ten Room is open for all-day dining. Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner are served, as well as an additional menu that features an edited selection of favourites available throughout the day into late evening. Book a table online below. Alternatively call +44 (0)20 7406 3310 or email [email protected] to make a reservation. Follow Hotel Cafe Royal https://www.facebook.com/HotelCafeRoyal Follow The Cafe https://www.facebook.com/TheCafeCR Follow the Oscar Wilde Bar https://www.facebook.com/oscar.wildebar Follow the Green Bar https://www.facebook.com/GreenBarCR Follow Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre https://www.facebook.com/AkashaHolisticWellbeingCentre

Bill's Soho
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
36-44 Brewer Street
London, W1F 9TB

0207 287 8712

Bill's Soho restaurant has become a very popular destination in the heart of this hip area of London. Parquet floors, leather club chairs, chandeliers, vintage mirrors, and plenty of other signature Bill’s features, give it a real sparkle.

Bob Bob Ricard
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
1 Upper James Street
London, W1F 9

0203 145 1000

Bob Bob Ricard serves a luxury English and Russian menu to its eclectic clientele in London's most glamorous all-booth dining room. Dress code: elegant. (Ties are not required.) Please note we do not admit children under 12 years old.

Fera At Claridges
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Claridge's, Brook Street
London, W1K 4HR

Hush Mayfair
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
8 Lancashire Ct
London, W1S 1EY

0207 659 1500

Discreetly tucked away a delightful hidden courtyard in the historic heart of Mayfair, Hush is a sophisticated yet relaxed Brasserie with some of the most talked-about Private Dining rooms in London. The comfortable, chic surroundings are the perfect place to stop for lunch after shopping in nearby Bond Street, or for meeting friends over cocktails in our perennially popular Lounge Bar. The two distinct dining areas offer you the choice of the intimate Silver Room and the buzzy ground floor Brasserie, allowing you to find the perfect spot for your visit. And in the summer months, relax in the peace and tranquillity of our Al Fresco Terrace over a fresh White Peach Bellini and instantly forget the hustle and bustle of the outside world.

Balls Brothers, Mayfair Exchange
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
34 Brook Street
London, W1K 5DN

020 7499 4567

The Mayfair Chippy
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
14 North Audley Street
London, W1K6

0207 741 2233

Pollen Street Social
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
8-13 Pollen Street
London, W1S 1NA

02072907600

Bond & Brook
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
63 New Bond St 2nd Floor
London, W1A 3BS

020 7629 0273

Bond & Brook, the exciting new restaurant on the second floor for all-day dining. The first project from conception to opening by the partnership of Evening Standard restaurant critic Fay Maschler and Simon Davis, both highly regarded journalists and broadcasters. From breakfast/brunch, with its couture Full English and Croque Mademoiselle, through lunch, when The Collection of small dishes can be mixed and matched at will, to tea with slender sandwiches and fondant fancies and, later, cocktails; all appetites have been considered.

Social Eating House
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
58 Poland Street
London, W1F 7NR

020 7993 3251

Sunday Lunch Club
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
35 Queensdown Road
London, E5 8NN

02074584481

Landmark Near Chiltern Firehouse

High Commission of Pakistan, London
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
34-36 Lowndes Square
London, United Kingdom SW1X 9JN

+44 (0)20 7664 9200

The High Commission of Pakistan in London is the diplomatic mission of Pakistan in the United Kingdom.In September 2015, DAWN (newspaper) reported Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif constituted a four-member committee to explore the possibility of selling the High Commission building.

Demi Kenny Huggett
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
17 Sloane St, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 9NU
London, United Kingdom SW1X 9NU

+44 20 7422 8400

High Commission of Jamaica, London
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
1-2 Prince Consort Rd
London, United Kingdom SW7 2BZ

020 7823 9911

The High Commission of Jamaica in London is the diplomatic mission of Jamaica in the United Kingdom.HistoryThe High Commission had its beginnings in 1962. Among the first diplomatic missions to be established after the attainment of independence from Britain, the office was initially located at Bruton and Grosvenor Streets, then on St. James Street, before eventually moving to its current location Prince Consort Road.For many decades, Jamaicans have been travelling to England to work and study. In the 1940s many Jamaicans volunteered and fought alongside the British in World War II. In the post-war era, there was mass migration from Jamaica due labour shortages in the 'motherland', with the first arrivals aboard MV Empire Windrush, bringing almost 500 Jamaicans to Britain. Waves of Jamaicans later emigrated to the United Kingdom for economic and educational reasons.Diplomatic life in LondonAccreditationThe Jamaican High Commissioner in London is also concurrently accredited as non-resident Ambassador to Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Ireland. The appointment of Honorary Consuls in these countries has helped to facilitate the Mission’s management of bilateral relations.

Embassy of the United Arab Emirates, London
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
30 Princes Gate Court
London, United Kingdom SW7 1PT

+44 (0) 20 7581 1281

The Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in London is the diplomatic mission of the United Arab Emirates in the United Kingdom. The UAE also maintains a Consulate, Police Liaison Section & Cultural Attaché's office at 48 Prince's Gate, South Kensington, a Military Attaché's Office at 6 Queen's Gate Terrace, South Kensington and a Health Section at 71 Harley Street, Marylebone.The Embassy is located in a terrace overlooking Hyde Park in Kensington Road, Westminster, London, next door to the Embassy of Tunisia and the Embassy of Afghanistan.

Buckingham Palace
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
The Mall
London, United Kingdom SW1A 1AA

Buckingham Palace est la résidence officielle de la monarchie britannique à Londres. Le palais est à la fois le lieu où se produisent les événements en relation avec la famille royale, le point de chute de beaucoup de chefs d’État en visite, et une attraction touristique importante. C’est le point de convergence du peuple britannique lors des moments de joie, de crise et de peine. « Buckingham Palace », ou tout simplement « le Palais », désigne la source des déclarations de presse émanant des bureaux royaux. Buckingham Palace a été construit par John Sheffield à l'origine du duc de Buckingham en 1703, c'est le lieu de résidence de la monarchie britannique. Buckingham Palace a été reconstruit au cours des siècles par John Nash pour George IV.Au Moyen Âge, le site du palais de Buckingham formait une partie du manoir d’Ebury. Il y eut plusieurs occupants royaux depuis Édouard le Confesseur, et a été l’objet de nombreuses spéculations à propos de son propriétaire : une faille dans le bail de Charles d’Angleterre permit au terrain de revenir dans le giron royal au. Les précurseurs de Buckingham Palace sont Blake House, Goring House et Arlington House.D’abord connu sous le nom de Buckingham House, le bâtiment formant le cœur du palais d’aujourd’hui était auparavant un grand hôtel particulier construit en 1703 par le duc de Buckingham John Sheffield et acquis par le roi George III en 1762 pour en faire sa résidence privée. Il a été agrandi au cours des 75 années suivantes, principalement par les architectes John Nash et Edward Blore, qui ajoutèrent trois ailes autour d’une cour carrée. Buckingham Palace devint finalement la résidence officielle de la monarchie britannique lors de l’accession au trône de la reine Victoria en 1837. Les derniers ajouts structurels d’importance datent de la fin du et du début du : l’imposante aile est qui fait face au Mall a été ajoutée, et l’ancienne entrée officielle, Marble Arch, a été déplacée près du Speaker’s Corner à Hyde Park, où elle se trouve toujours. La façade côté est a été refaite en 1913 avec des blocs de calcaire de Portland, en arrière plan du Victoria Memorial, créant la « façade publique » de Buckingham, avec le fameux balcon en son centre.

Iranian Embassy Siege
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
16 Prince's Gate
London, United Kingdom

Embassy of France, London
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
58 Knightsbridge
London, United Kingdom SW1X 7JT

07751591500

The Embassy of France in London is the diplomatic mission of France to the United Kingdom. Located just off Knightsbridge at Albert Gate, one of the entrances to Hyde Park, it is situated immediately opposite the Embassy of Kuwait.This building, along with the rest of Albert Gate and neighbouring buildings, were designed by the British architect Thomas Cubitt; his son, George Cubitt, who was created Baron Ashcombe in 1892, is Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall's great-great-grandfather.At the time of these buildings' construction in the 1840s, they were by far the tallest structures in the neighbourhood.The Republic of France also owns various premises along the Cromwell Road, South Kensington which house its Consular, Cultural, Science & Technology and Visa sections. It is also has a Trade Mission at 28-29 Haymarket and a Paymaster & Financial Comptroller Section at 30 Queen’s Gate Terrace, South Kensington.

Wellington Arch
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Constitution Hill
London, United Kingdom W1J 7JZ

0207 9302726

Set in the heart of Royal London at Hyde Park Corner, Wellington Arch is a landmark for Londoners and visitors alike and a great addition to a memorable day out in London. The balconies also offer unique views across London and of the Household Cavalry, passing beneath on their way to and from the Changing of the Guard at Horse Guards Parade every morning. It was originally commissioned as a grand outer entrance to Buckingham Palace and moved to its present site in 1882.

St James's Palace
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Pall Mall
London, United Kingdom SW1A 1

+44 20 7930 4832

St James's Palace is the official residence of the sovereign and the most senior royal palace in the United Kingdom. Located in the City of Westminster, although no longer the principal residence of the monarch, it is the ceremonial meeting place of the Accession Council and the London residence of several members of the royal family.Built by Henry VIII on the site of a leper hospital dedicated to Saint James the Less, the palace was secondary in importance to the Palace of Whitehall for most Tudor and Stuart monarchs. The palace increased in importance during the reigns of the early Georgian monarchy, but was displaced by Buckingham Palace in the late-18th and early-19th centuries. After decades of being used increasingly for only formal occasions, the move was formalised by Queen Victoria in 1837. Today the palace houses a number of official offices, societies and collections and all ambassadors and high commissioners to the United Kingdom are still accredited to the Court of St James's.Mainly built between 1531 and 1536 in red-brick, the palace's architecture is primarily Tudor in style. A fire in 1809 destroyed parts of the structure, including the monarch's private apartments, which were never replaced. Some 17th-century interiors survive, but most were remodelled in the 19th century.

Bridgewater House, Westminster
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
14 Cleveland Row
London, United Kingdom SW1A 1

Bridgewater House is a townhouse located at 14 Cleveland Row in the St James's area of London, England. It is a Grade I listed building.HistoryThe earliest known house on the site was Berkshire House, built in about 1626-27 for Thomas Howard, second son of the Earl of Suffolk and Master of the Horse to Charles I of England when he was Prince of Wales. Howard was later created Earl of Berkshire.After being occupied by Parliamentarian troops in the English Civil War, used for the Portuguese Embassy, and lived in by Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon, the house was lived in by Charles II's mistress Barbara Villiers, who was made Duchess of Cleveland in 1670, following which the house was known as Cleveland House. She refaced the old house and added new wings. After being owned for some years by a speculator, the house was sold in 1700 to John Egerton, 3rd Earl of Bridgewater, after which it passed by inheritance until 1948.Cleveland House was re-designed in the Palazzo style by Sir Charles Barry in 1840. The rebuilding was completed and renamed in 1854 for Lord Ellesmere, heir of the 3rd Duke of Bridgewater. It is built in Bath stone with a slate roof in three storeys with a basement.

Queen's Chapel
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Savoy Hill
London, United Kingdom

+44 20 7836 7221

The Queen's Chapel is a chapel in central London, England, that was designed by Inigo Jones and built between 1623 and 1625 as an external adjunct to St. James's Palace for Roman Catholic queen Henrietta Maria. It is one of the facilities of the British monarch's personal religious establishment, the Chapel Royal, and should not be confused with the 1540 building known as the Chapel Royal within the palace and just across Marlborough road.HistoryIt was built as a Roman Catholic chapel at a time when the construction of Catholic churches was prohibited in England, and was used by Charles I's Catholic queen Henrietta Maria. From the 1690s it was used by Continental Protestant courtiers. It was built as an integral part of St James's Palace, but when the adjacent private apartments burned down in 1809 they were not replaced and in 1856-57 Marlborough Road was built between the palace and the Queen's Chapel. The result is that physically the chapel now appears to be more part of the Marlborough House complex than of St James's Palace. It became a Chapel Royal again in 1938.Having been taken from the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor Great Park, the body of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother lay at the Queen's Chapel for several days during the preparations for her lying-in-state in Westminster Hall before her ceremonial funeral.

Embassy of Japan, London
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Hell on Earth for Dolphins
London, United Kingdom

The Embassy of Japan in London is the diplomatic mission of Japan in the United Kingdom. It occupies a large Victorian building on Piccadilly opposite Green Park, which is Grade II listed.

Hilton London Hyde Park Hotel
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
129 Bayswater Road
London, United Kingdom W2 4RJ

The Hilton London Hyde Park is a hotel situated on Bayswater Road, overlooking Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens in central London. It was opened in July 1999.The building was originally the Coburg Court Hotel, first opened in 1907, and it was later renamed the Coburg Hotel in the early 1960s.The Coburg Hotel was used as a filming location in Alfred Hitchcock's Frenzy (1972). Richard Blaney and Babs Milligan check into the Coburg as "Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilde". Filming took place at the hotel during September 1971. The interiors of the Coburg Hotel were mostly recreated at Pinewood Studios, except for the policemen's point-of-view shot showing the fire escape, which was filmed by assistant director Colin M. Brewer from a fifth-floor room.The current hotel is the first Hilton Hotels & Resorts hotel in London with a state-of-the-art meeting room featuring an interactive projection and speaker system.

Bavarian Village
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Serpentine Road, Hyde Park
London, United Kingdom W2 2UH

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Embassy of Qatar, London
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
1 South Audley St
London, United Kingdom W1K 1

+442074932200

The Embassy of Qatar at 1 South Audley Street in Mayfair, London is the diplomatic mission of Qatar in the United Kingdom. The embassy is housed in a Grade II listed three storey house designed by the architect Frederick Pepys Cockerell and completed after his death by George Aitchison.The exterior of the house is richly decorated with a terracotta freize depicting putti.Qatar also maintains a Cultural and Military Section at 21 Hertford Street, Mayfair and a Health Section at 30 Collingham Gardens, South Kensington.In 2013 there was a protest outside the embassy against the alleged mistreatment of migrant workers in Qatar.

High Commission of The Bahamas, London
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
10 Chesterfield Street
London, United Kingdom W1J 5JL

02074084488

The High Commission of The Bahamas in London is the diplomatic mission of The Bahamas in the United Kingdom.

Embassy of Saudi Arabia, London
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
30 Charles Street
London, United Kingdom W1J 5

+44 (0) 20 7917 3000

The Embassy of Saudi Arabia in London (officially the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia) (السفارة السعودية الملكية في لندن) is the diplomatic mission of Saudi Arabia in the United Kingdom. Saudi Arabia also maintains a Defence Attaché’s Office at 26 Queen's Gate, South Kensington, a Diplomatic Office of the Cultural Bureau at 630 Chiswick High Road, Gunnersbury, a Medical Section at 60 Queen Anne Street, Marylebone, a Commercial Section at 15/16 Queen Street, Mayfair, an Islamic Affairs Section at 2nd Floor, Park Lorne, 111 Park Road, Lisson Grove and an Information Section at 18 Seymour Street, Marylebone.The embassy is situated in Crewe House, a detached mansion designed and constructed by Edward Sheppard in 1730, set in its own grounds. Built in the Georgian style, it is a Grade II* listed building. The house was considerably altered in the late 18th and early 19th-century. Much of its neo-classical interior dates from the early 19th-century, and some of Shepard's original plasterwork ceilings may survive.

Embassy of Myanmar, London
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
19A Charles St
London, United Kingdom W1J 5DX

+44 (0) 207 499 4340

The Embassy of Myanmar in London, also referred to as the Embassy of Burma, is the diplomatic mission of Myanmar in the United Kingdom.

Embassy of Egypt, London
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
26 South Street
London, United Kingdom W1K 2XD

20-74993304

The Embassy of Egypt in London is the diplomatic mission of Egypt in the United Kingdom.Egypt also maintains several other buildings in London: a Consulate General at 2 Lowndes Street, Belgravia, a Press & Information Office at 299 Oxford Street, a Cultural Office at 4 Chesterfield Gardens, Mayfair and a Medical Office at 47 Longridge Road, Earl's Court.There have been several protests outside the embassy in recent years: in 2011 during the protests against Hosni Mubarak, in 2013 following the violent clashes in Cairo between supporters and opponents of Mohammed Morsi and also in 2013 there was a protest against the rise of sexual attacks against women in Egypt.

Park Lane
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Park Lane, South Kensington, London. UK.
London, United Kingdom W1K 7

Park Lane is a major road in the City of Westminster, in Central London. It is part of the London Inner Ring Road and runs from Hyde Park Corner in the south to Marble Arch in the north. It separates Hyde Park to the west from Mayfair to the east. The road has a number of historically important properties and hotels and has been one of the most sought after streets in London, despite being a major traffic thoroughfare.The road was originally a simple country lane on the boundary of Hyde Park, separated by a brick wall. Aristocratic properties appeared during the late 18th century, including Breadalbene House, Somerset House and Londonderry House. The road grew in popularity during the 19th century after improvements to Hyde Park Corner and more affordable views of the park, which attracted the nouveau riche to the street and led to it becoming one of the most fashionable roads to live on in London. Notable residents included the 1st Duke of Westminster's residence at Grosvenor House, the Dukes of Somerset at Somerset House and the British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli at No. 93. Other historic properties include Dorchester House, Brook House and Dudley House. In the 20th century, Park Lane became well known for its luxury hotels, particularly The Dorchester, completed in 1931, which became closely associated with eminent writers and international film stars. Flats and shops began appearing on the road, including penthouse flats. Several buildings suffered damage during World War II, yet the road still attracted significant development, including the Park Lane Hotel and the London Hilton on Park Lane, and several sports car garages. A number of properties on the road today are owned by some of the wealthiest businessmen from the Middle East and Asia. Current residents include business mogul Mohamed Al-Fayed and former council leader Dame Shirley Porter.