Your All In London guide to Belgravia

Originally, the vast majority of Belgravia was owned by Richard Grovesnor who ensured that a substantial amount of development took place during the early to mid 19th century. Today, Belgravia is considered one of the most fashionable residential areas in the capital and is characterised by its elegant balconies and palatial properties. As well as the large number of residential properties, there are also some small boutique shops and several upmarket hotels and entertainment locations. Several embassies are located in Belgrave Square.

Belgravia is actually part of the City of Westminster and despite being widely recognised as a London region, is not actually a designated administrative area and, therefore, has no exact boundaries. Despite this, it is generally accepted that Buckingham Palace marks the east side of Belgravia, Sloane Street the west, Knightsbridge the north and Pimlico Road the south.

Going out in Belgravia

What's On in Belgravia

A Night with No Name
Cadogan Hall, 5 Sloane Terrace, London

Starts: 03/02/2022
Ends: 03/02/2022

Haydn's 'Farewell'
Cadogan Hall

Starts: 15/03/2022
Ends: 15/03/2022

1772 - A Retrospective
Cadogan Hall

Starts: 27/01/2022
Ends: 27/01/2022

Bob Marley One Love Experience
Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York's HQ, King's Road, London

Starts: 02/02/2022
Ends: 18/04/2022

America in Crisis
Saatchi Gallery

Starts: 21/01/2022
Ends: 03/04/2022

Drinks inspired by 1920s sweet shop favourites
Sheraton Grand London Park Lane, Piccadilly

Starts: 17/12/2021
Ends: 28/02/2022

Belgravia High Street Directory

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Belgravia Shopping Streets

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