Reach our perfectly located hotel in London
The Capital Townhouse boasts an enviable location on Basil Street in the smart Knightsbridge neighbourhood of central London.
The Capital Townhouse is the perfect base for a culture filled visit to London. An easy half mile away on foot are the Victoria and Albert, The Natural History and Science museums, offering spectacular permanent collections and innovative temporary exhibitions. A five minute stroll from the hotel is the largest of London’s Royal Parks, Hyde Park, with tree lined walkways, peaceful meadows and contemplative meanderings along the Serpentine and Princess Diana Memorial Fountain. The Serpentine Galleries afford art lovers the opportunity to see carefully curated modern art and design. Continue to the west to enjoy Kensington Gardens, where highlights include the Italian Gardens fountains, the Round Pond, the manicured Sunken Garden and historic Kensington Palace. For history buffs and fans of the royal family, Buckingham Palace is just to the east of the hotel. Catch the Changing of the Guards or tour the opulent State Rooms and Queen’s Gallery.
Just steps from Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Sloane Street and near the Knightsbridge tube station, we bring Heathrow airport, St. Pancras International station and all of London within easy reach.
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The Capital Townhouse
28 Basil Street
London, England SW3 1AS
Harrods and Harvey Nichols
A few steps from The Capital Townhouse and The Capital Hotel & Apartments - London, Harrods is the largest department store in Europe and is renowned for bespoke luxury products.
A true gem in the heart of London, Hyde Park offers 350 acres of city park. Stroll around this famous city part and literally unwind and escape from the hustle of the city. You’ll find trees, flowers, hidden paths and a lake where you can hire a boat or pedalo.
Natural History Museum
From dinosaurs to life under the sea, the London Natural History Museum houses a fabulous collection of the history of our world. Wildlife, oceans, the evolution of man… you’ll be sure to learn something new at this historic London attraction.
Part-time residence to Her Majesty the Queen, Buckingham Palace has been home to the sovereigns of Great Britain since 1837. If the Royal Standard Flag is flying at full mast the queen is at home.
Royal Albert Hall
One of London’s most iconic venues, the Royal Albert Hall was named for Prince Albert, beloved consort of Queen Victoria, who conceived the idea of a building designed to promote the Arts and Sciences. Visitors can enjoy the Proms series of concert each summer as well as classical performances, rock and pop concerts, dance, opera and film year round.