Alcohol Delivery Knightsbridge, Sloane Square and Mayfair (W)
We all know what it’s like when the booze stops flowing but there’s no where open to restock. But thanks to the 24 hour alcohol delivery service, the fun doesn’t have to stop just because the shops are closed! This fast and efficient service can deliver an array of alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages to your doorstep within minutes, and you can even add in extras such as crisps and dips, bags of ice or lemons and limes. The service is available to all responsible drinkers over the age of 18 who are in the W London postcode of Knightsbridge, Sloane Square and Mayfair.
24 Hour Delivery
LiquidDrops have stated that they cover this area of London. You can reach them on 02071122333.
The 24 hour alcohol delivery operates 365 days a years, 7 days a week, so be sure to take advantage of this excellent option for when the drinks run dry. Customers who use the service vary from those requiring spur of the moment drinks in the early hours to those without their own private transport who require large quantities for an event or get together, but for those who don’t live near an off license, the service is equally useful to drop round a couple of bottles of your favourite wine for a night in with a loved one. Whatever the reason- the 24 hour alcohol delivery service is here to help. So pick up the phone today!
Late Night Off-Licences In Knightsbridge, Sloane Square and Mayfair (W)
Kensington Old Brompton Road Express, 50/52 Old Brompton Road, London, SW7 3DY, 0345 0269339
Open: 6am- midnight
Hedonism Wines, 3-7 Davies St, London, W1K 3LD, 020 7989 0085
Open: 10am – 9pm (mon-sat) midday-6pm (sun)
A P Food Express, 48 Harrington Road, South Kensington, SW7 3ND, 020 7052 9258
Open: 24 hours
Areas Covered For Delivery (W)
The W postcode area of London is primarily under the umbrella of Westminster council, with the exception of Fitzrovia and Tottenham Court road which are run by Camden council. This central and sought after area of London includes Portland Place, Regent Street, west Oxford Street, Soho (including Soho Square and Chinatown), Harley Street, Marylebone and Mayfair amongst others. Knightsbridge Station operates on the piccadilly line and is located just off the A4, south of Hyde Park. The area is best known for being home to luxury department store Harrods, which continues to be a shopping destination for Londoners and tourists alike. Despite being in central London, there are several green spaces in the area, including Cadogan Square Gardens, Lennox Gardens, Belgrave Square Garden and Buckingham Palace Gardens. South west of Knightsbridge is the area of South Kensington, home to three of London’s best loved museums: The Natural History Museum, The London Science Museum and The Victoria and Albert Museum.
Sloane Square lies south of Knightsbridge, with the station of the same name running on the district and circle lines. The Kings Road (A3217) is home to the Saatchi Art Gallery, as well as a wealth of popular bars, restaurants and shops such as Peter Jones, Jack Wills and L K Bennett. The area is also easily connected with the south, with the Chelsea Bridge Road (A3216) connecting the area with Battersea.
For most of us, Mayfair is known as the most expensive place to buy on the Monopoly Board- and the reality is not far from the truth. The area continues to be an exclusive part of the capital, located in a highly sought after central location just west of Charring Cross and east of Hyde Park. The pretty Shepherds market mews is also home to a great selection of restaurants and pubs, whilst destination nightclubs such as Whisky Mist and Mahiki can also be found here.