The All England Club is the place to go whenever Wimbledon is held every year in London. This is the same venue that saw Roger Federer's ascension to Tennis immortality by winning eight Wimbledon men's singles titles. If you're planning to watch this Grand Slam Tennis tournament, it is also best that you choose the right place where to stay. Here are some posh neighborhoods in London where LVH Global also rent out luxurious properties that are located within the immediate vicinity of the Wimbledon district.
An upscale district dotted with charming Victorian homes fronted by green gardens, Knightsbridge is an ideal area to stay when visiting London. Locals and tourists find the rows of shops and fancy restaurants—including the famed Harrods Department Store—very appealing to explore. After watching the Wimbledon, you can enjoy some culture and arts by visiting the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Italianate London Oratory Church to watch organ recitals and the church choir perform.
Located adjacent Hyde Park, Mayfair is another ritzy neighborhood where one will find elegant Georgian-styled houses, 5-star hotels and epicurean restaurants. Tourists often chooses to rent a place here, so they can be close to high-end shopping stores of world-class brands located on Saville Row, Bond Street, Shepherd Market and Burlington Arcade. Enjoy a lively night life after Wimbledon matches by hanging out at one of the cozy English pubs located all over Mayfair or check out some art galleries in Cork Street.
A district with a storied history dating back to early 19th century when immigrants started living here, Lisson Grove has now developed into an affluent and artist's melting pot. After enjoying a Wimbledon match, you can explore the neighborhood and delight at the many art galleries and shops such as Alfie's Antique Market for some cool collectibles and vintage finds. Nearby attractions include Paddington and Little Venice. Staying at Lisson Grove for the duration of the Wimbledon is a homerun choice for you.
If you're a tennis fan, then chances are you also like Football. Stamford Bridge—home of the Premier League Champions Chelsea FC, is located in this neighborhood. Other attraction includes: The Saatchi Gallery, the historic Royal Chelsea Hospital, Chelsea Physic Garden, Duke of York Square, the Blue Plaques, the shopping stores of King's Road and the gastronomic scene of Pavilion Road. Chelsea is indeed a sporting fan’s dream neighborhood.
Divided into Lower and Upper Thames Street, Thames Street is probably the most historic and financial hub of London. Staying here for the duration of the Wimbledon will let you feel its unique vibe that attracted many of London's prominent figures to set up residency here.
Another upscale district laden with Victorian houses and buildings, Kensington attracts tourists who are into local culture, arts and science. Many attractions include the Royal Albert Hall, the Natural History Museum, Science Museum and shopping havens of Kensington High Street—for some high-end brands—and the Kensington Church Street for vintage and antique items.
If you wanted to stay in a lavish hotel connected to the history of the Royal Family, then check out our listings here for a chance to book a stay at these fancy suites located inside Milestone Hotel. You can choose from the Megan Suite, the Prince of Wales Residence and the William and Kate Residence.Can Roger Federer win his ninth Wimbledon title? Or the rest of the big three: Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal inch closer to Roger’s Grand Slam total? There’s only one way to find out if one of them or the up and coming young guns can win it all at the All-England’s Club, and that is to go see it live. Make the experience even better by choosing the best place to stay in London during the Wimbledon by checking out our listings here: http://lvhglobal.com/london/rent