The unique location of Queen's Wharf offers city life and escape in equal measure. Its Thames-side setting provides an unbeatable combination of relaxed river-side living and easy access to the best London offers. Chelsea, Notting Hill, Holland Park and Knightsbridge are also within easy reach offering an enviable selection of shopping, fine dining and culture.
Catch the morning sun on a picturesque cycle ride or stroll along the river towpath to Chiswick House and Gardens. Later in the morning, enjoy the river spectacle of rowing and sculling that encapsulates the waterside life enjoyed at Hammersmith - the most coveted vantage point for the annual Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race.
Relax over a leisurely breakfast at cosy Cafe Plum across the street, where seasonal, sustainable and local food is at the top of the menu. Then head to Sloane Square, just 13 minutes away by tube, making it the ideal destination to spend an afternoon browsing along the King's Road.
London is one of the culinary capitals of the world and Queen's Wharf offers Michelin-starred dining - The Harwood Arms (London's only Michelin starred gastro-pub) is down the road in Fulham, while The Ledbury (2 stars) and Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester (3 stars) are a short trip away. Or why not indulge in a Bloody Mary at Toro Gordo before finishing your day with a Sunday roast at The Hampshire Hog.
London boasts some of the most famous sights in the world, with a rich seam of history and heritage at your feet. Art, theatre and examples of London's magnificent culture are all in generous supply around this west London enclave. Neighbouring Chelsea and Fulham offer their own highlights, such as the Saatchi Gallery and historic Fulham Palace respectively. Lastly, a reflection on London's unique offerings and opportunities are a vast selection of schools, colleges and universities widely regarded as the world's best.