Elite Sloane Square Companions
If you’ve come to London looking for an upmarket, exclusive and opulent experience then Sloane Square is undoubtedly the place in the city that you should be heading for first. Located in the centre of London it is sandwiched between the districts of Chelsea, Belgravia and Knightsbridge, and is officially situated in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
The square itself is rich in history. The Venus Fountain in the middle of the square was originally constructed in 1953 and in 2006 received a grade II listing in recognition of its’ historical and cultural importance. Other notable buildings located on the square itself include Peter Jones department store and the Royal Court Theatre.
Peter Jones is notable less for being a flagship version of a John Lewis shop, and more for the fact that the design of the building is a striking example of 1930’s modernist architecture, with the exterior being composed of striking curved glass walls.
The Royal Court Theatre has been operating as a theatre since 1888 and, as well as being a building rich in history, is now famed as the home of some of the most striking theatrical presentations of the twentieth and twenty first centuries. Other notable cultural attractions just a short walk away from Sloane Square include Cadogan Hall. One of the finest classical music venues in London. The Saatchi Gallery, which is the place to visit if you wish to enjoy some of the most striking, and sometimes controversial, modern art currently being produced.
The high class experience
Aside from culture, however, the main appeal of Sloane Square is the exclusive nature of the shopping opportunities which stretch out in all directions from the square itself. Kings Road has been synonymous with cutting edge fashion and youth culture since the 1960’s when it was the beating heart of swinging London. Running to the north of the square you’ll find Sloane Street, home to bespoke fashion houses offering the latest designs from all over the world.
Even if your budget doesn’t quite run to actually purchasing the luxury items offered on Sloane Street. The chance to window shop at the likes of Cartier, Chanel, Gucci and Tom Ford – to name just a few of the many leading designers which have a presence here – is not to be missed. Bespoke boutiques such as these and the department store Harvey Nichols offer an oasis of class, style and glamour which simply isn’t matched anywhere else in the city.
The high class nature of Sloane Square is matched by the upmarket and desirable nature of the Sloane Square escorts which are supplied by Black Label London escorts agency. Our Sloane Square escorts have all been very carefully chosen on the basis of their stunning good looks, their warm and approachable personalities and their dedication to making sure every client has a wonderful time in their company. Their good looks are more than matched by the skills and abilities they possess, and our agency provides a discreet and completely professional service.