Travelling to Cheval Knightsbridge
Cheval Knightsbridge is located off 15 Cheval Pl, Knightsbridge, London SW7 1EW
There is a taxi rank on the side of Harrods Department Store, however, you can catch a taxi from the streets of Knightsbridge (there are usually plenty parked up). Hold your arm out at the side of the road to attract a taxi driver’s attention.
The west of the borough is serviced by South Kensington and Gloucester Road, centrally at Knightsbridge and Hyde Park Corner. As London’s transport system is now paperless, you can purchase an “Oyster Card” (a travel card that can be topped up regularly), or you can simply present your contactless credit or debit card at the Underground station barriers and access the transport as you wish. The Underground station is very straight-forward to use, however, it can be very busy so be sure to plan your journey and understand your route map before you set off. The Transport for London website is best for this.
Several buses travel along High Street Kensington and the A4. You’ll find route maps at the bus stops, indicating which number bus you’ll need to take for your journey; London buses are usually very frequent, and you shouldn’t need to wait more than 10 minutes for your next bus.
By National Rail:
The closest National Rail Station to Knightsbridge is Victoria, where you can catch trains to destinations across the South of England. To travel to the north of the country, you can get an Underground train to Kings Cross St. Pancreas, Liverpool Street, Euston and Paddington Station.
Knightsbridge is situated close to the A4, the main route via Central London and Heathrow Airport; it is also inside the congestion charging zone where a daily charge is applicable for private cars entering the area on weekdays. You can register on the Transport for London website for auto-pay, to make one-off payments and for further information. Most of the parking available in Kensington is Street-located and metered. You can also find NCP car parks at Kensington Town Hall and Hornton Street, or Union Car Parks on Queens Gate, near South Kensington Underground.