London, United Kingdom
About The Halkin
Discover the essence of quiet glamour, poised service and chic interiors. Their approach is both timeless and imbued with contemporary accents – including acclaimed Thai cuisine.
The Halkin is a sanctuary, a discreet address on a discreet street in London’s Belgravia, located at the heart of this lively capital. Here, discover the essence of the COMO five-star experience – quiet glamour, poised service, chic interiors.
The Halkin’s style is timeless, a gentle ode to classicism combined with urbane Italian aesthetics. Nahm, the Halkin’s restaurant, is tantalising, with sophisticated Thai cuisine by award-winning chef, David Thompson.
The Halkin’s cosseting aesthetic ensures intimate downtime and a sleek, light-filled space for work.
The Halkin is a Georgian-styled hotel of Portland stone and arching windows with a garden to its rear. Across all floors, there is a powerful sense of light, a sensibility enhanced by the simplicity of volumes.
Rising through the building, water, air, fire, earth and sky are echoed in shades of aquamarine, sand, russet, slate and blue. The aesthetic strikes a perfect balance between the modern and classic including creamy, comfortable details and chic bathrooms in glistening white marble.
Restaurant & Bar
Innovative, satisfying, an essential address – nahm, The Halkin’s acclaimed Thai restaurant
As with all COMO Hotels and Resorts, cuisine is a key element of the experience. At The Halkin, Executive Chef David Thompson heads up the most exciting Thai kitchen in the capital. Called nahm, it serves a piquant, tantalising menu of Thai dishes.
The Halkin Bar is an intimate space located adjacent to the lobby. It’s popular for afternoon tea, a relaxed lunch of pasta, steak or salad, or a pre-dinner aperitif from Martini cocktails to Champagne.
The space is quiet, private, ideal for a small meeting. Dishes include Club Sandwich – a three-layered sandwich of bacon, chicken, egg mayonnaise, watercress and tomato – and the best Scottish steaks.
Throughout the day, The Halkin Bar is popular for rich Italian coffees, herbal teas and fresh fruit juices. Reservations aren’t always necessary making it a popular drop-in address among Belgravia’s locals.