Penthouse Ramses is is 800 sqm overlooking Knightsbridge Park beautifully designed throughout with bespoke interiors and fittings. The 10,000 sq. Ft. Lateral Penthouse apartment has a 150ft frontage directly into the Park overlooking The Serpentine on South Carriage drive adjacent to the Royal Horse Guards Cavalry. In addition, the magnificent 360 degree views take in the Park, the London skyline, The City, the West End and Palace of Westminster.
The lift opens directly onto a private lobby with Deco details, which is only the prologue to the rest of this magnificent property. A set of splendid, bespoke walnut burr doors lead into a grand and dramatic 3-m high ceiling reception room with a white baby grand piano. The windows and French windows all around this room grant an extraordinary view of the Park and open onto a vast decked roof terrace. This luxury apartment occupies the 6th floor of a historical building and can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 elegant en suite bedrooms, each of them with its unique style.
The property offers hydrotherapy Jacuzzi, a striking fitness room with state-of-the-art Technogym equipment and a Kinesis Personal Trainer with a custom designed massage room.
Harrods, the most recognised shop in the world famed for its annual Christmas lights and window displays, is at the centre of Knightsbridge. Bond Street was the traditional location for designers to have their flagship stores, but an increasing number, including legendary shoe designers Manolo Blahnik and Jimmy Choo, are moving to Knightsbridge. The trio of department stores (sophisticated Harvey Nichols, huge Harrods, and lovable Peter Jones) continue to dominate the area and bring in tourists, who can take their pick from a selection of luxurious hotels. To the north, Hyde Park and the Serpentine lake provide attractive open spaces away from the bustle, and the south of Knightsbridge is also an attractive place for a stroll, with the grand fashion boutiques replaced by neat terraces, gardens and antique shops. On the ground floor and basement of the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park hotel can be found the first London restaurants of celebrated chefs Heston Blumenthal and Daniel Boulud.