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Shopping, Palaces and Pubs: A Londoner's Guide to Knightsbridge and Kensington

2 monthes ago   |   By Marriott Traveler

From Queen Anne architecture to colonnaded townhouses, West London is all about elegance. Whether you walk through leafy squares in Kensington or shop at high-end department stores in Knightsbridge, visiting this part of the city is a treat for the eyes.
But the other senses get their fix, too, as these neighborhoods have restaurants, cafés and nightlife galore. Tucked-away pubs like The Builder's Arms in Kensington and mouth-watering food halls at Harrods in Knightsbridge are all part of the excitement.
If you have 24 hours to tour West London, I recommend starting on Brompton Road. It's...
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