South Kensington, another of London's very affluent areas, sandwiched between Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Fulham, this area is a very popular area for the young, well to do families who settle here taking advantage of the great schools. The French Lycee school means a community of French families have settled in the area. South Kensington is also home to some of London's best museums; the Natural History museum and the Albert and Science museum are just some of the major attractions in Exhibition Road, London SW7. Harrods is also just a few minutes walk in neighbouring Knightsbridge and the great shopping centres of Chelsea and Kensington are also just a short drive away.
Famous past residents of South Kensington include Beatrix Potter, an English writer and illustrator notably known for her series of books called The Tale of Peter Rabbit. She spent her early life in Bolton gardens with it's impressive 5 storey, red bricked houses. Other notable past residents include the artist Francis Bacon and writer Virginia Woolfe amongst others.
These days South kensington is home to the rich and famous, with chic bars, restaurants and shops catering for the needs of the affluent locals. The houses in and around this part of South West London sell for several million pounds and a even a small flat could set you back a million plus.
Escorts in South kensington
As you would expect the companions in this part of London are of the highest caliber. Elite independent escorts plying their trade from the many luxurious flats in and around the area offer a high end escort service to those who expect and appreciate the best. You will find girls from most nationalities on offer, from sexy English escorts to a host beautiful companions from Eastern European countries. You will find all London escort agencies offering a number of local girls as well as a large selection of ladies available for outcalls in SW7. Expect to pay a premium for companions in SW7 but also expect the quality of the ladies you meet to be of the highest order.
South Kensington hotels
A few minutes walk from South Kensington underground station is the chic, high end hotel Number Sixteen at 16 Sumner Pl, Kensington, London SW7 3EG. Situated within a large Victorian white stucco townhouse, this hotel is perfectly located for exploring the local area, shops and museums as well as beig close enough to enjoy all that's on offer in kensington and Earls Court. For those on a much tighter budget, you would be glad to hear that you can stay in this posh part of London for around just 60 pounds a night at the more affordable hotels such as the 3 star Brompton Hotel at 30 Old Brompton Rd, Kensington, London SW7 3DL.
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