The Hari is located in the quintessentially British neighborhood of Belgravia, where the competition in the high-end hospitality niche is high. But the Hari stands out with a sophisticated blend of cultural legacy with eccentric wit, creating a rich tapestry of design, comfort, and elegance.
London is a big-league luxury-boutique town and The Hari quickly became and a standout fixture. Set among sweeping crescents and stucco mansions in the embassy district, and near Sloane Square which is a byword for upper-class London, the Hari is a place where hotel guests mix with West London locals, embracing a “home away from home” philosophy.
Designer Rooms and Suites
At the heart of the Hari hotel concept lies the long heritage of hospitality by the Harilela family, who has built and managed hotels around the globe, aiming to provide guests with deeper and more nuanced hotel experiences.
The Hari has eighty-five designer bedrooms, of which fourteen are luxury suites (and The Penthouse). All are designed as private residences, and they invoke a slightly darker, more mid-century look than many London luxury boutique hotels.
The interiors are quietly glamorous, thanks to the thoughtful vision of the British interior designer, Tara Bernerd. Plush velvet window seats, bespoke wooden flooring, and Italian marble bathrooms contribute to the feeling of sophistication and class.
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The complete Hari experience may include evening drinks at the bar, a barbecue at the alfresco terrace, or a dinner at the contemporary Italian restaurant.
The Hari Bar’s velvet booths, comfortable sofas, and the library look create a refined feel and invite to enjoy high-end wines and cocktails. The Garden Terrace serves food and drinks, but its size and makes it the perfect spot for private events and other social occasions.
Then there is the il Pampero, the restaurant which embodies Italian chic and vintage glamour. At il Pampero, the southern Italian hospitality meets the Belgravian lifestyle, and the simple homemade-style cuisine is served in a refined dining experience.