If you’re booking a romantic getaway this February, look no further – we’ve rounded up the best of Belgravia’s hotel suites to check into for Valentine’s Day…

The Lanesborough

Fall in love at The Lanesborough with the iconic London hotel’s ‘Weekend Escape’ offer, which includes a romantic dinner at five-star restaurant Céleste with live entertainment, an English breakfast, a bottle of chilled champagne and a late check-out. And as for which room to stay in? We love The Park Suites, with their Regency-inspired décor and views of Wellington Arch or Hyde Park.

The Lanesborough, Hyde Park Corner, Grosvenor Cres, London SW1X 7TA

Getting There: The Lanesborough is a one-minute walk from Hyde Park Corner tube stations.

The Berkeley

Inspired by the character and ambience of a cool city loft, The Gallery Suite at The Berkeley is designed by John Heah and showcases a collection of contemporary art. Overlooking the front of the hotel, the suite features hardwood floors and a cleverly crafted walk-through wardrobe, whilst three sets of French windows allow light to flood through the open-plan space. Book the ‘Suite Heaven’ offer here.

The Berkeley, Wilton Place, London SW1X 7RL

Getting There: The Berkeley is a three-minute walk from both Hyde Park Corner and Knightsbridge tube stations.

The Hari

Experience new levels of comfort in The Penthouse at The Hari. From its cosy fireplace and writing desk to its four (yes, we said four) balconies offering unbeatable views of London’s skyline, the 750 square foot Penthouse is a truly special choice for a Valentine’s Day stay. Book directly through the hotel for a complimentary upgrade and drink on the house.

The Hari, 20 Chesham Place, London SW1X 8HQ

Getting There: The Hari is a nine-minute walk from Sloane Square tube station.

The Goring

Make yourself at home in The Belgravia Suites at The Goring. Designed by internationally acclaimed British decorator Russell Sage, six historic silks were rewoven by The Gainsborough Silk Company for the walls of The Belgravia Suite;  the fabrics were originally from the British Embassy in Paris, The Music Room at London’s Lancaster House and Bute House in Edinburgh, the official residence of the First Minister of Scotland. Each suite features an elegant sitting room with a fireplace, and deep, comfortable sofas, whilst the perfectly proportioned bedrooms are fitted with hand-crafted furniture.

The Goring, 15 Beeston Place, London SW1W 0JW 

Getting There: The Goring is a four-minute walk from Victoria train and tube station.