Belgravia is one of London's most exclusive locations which housed many well-known people including Ian Flemming, Magaret Thatcher and Lord Halifax to name a few. Modern-day celebrities include Jose Mourino, Roman Abramovich and Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Belgravia also hosts a range of gardens. The gardens were designed by George Basevi and planted by Thomas Cubitt in 1826.
Belgravia has many great pubs including The Grenadier which was named after a type of solider first seen in the 17th Century. The pub is military-themed and a must for all locals.
Belgravia hosts a range of embassies, consulates and other foreign governmental buildings.
Belgravia is very close to the Ministry of Nomads Art Gallery which is a unique haven for artists. The gallery travels the world to find the most creative artworks and also encourage innovative new pieces.
Belgravia location is one of the best in London, with it being a short work to the Sloane Square (District Line), Knightsbridge (Piccadilly Line) and Victoria (multiple train lines).
Belgravia benefits from an array of restaurants and sophisticated coffee shops. It also benefits from antique shops and trendy galleries.