Notting Hill

Portobello Road threads through the heart of the neighbourhood, with its market stretching over a mile long and its trendy collection of shops and cafés lining the pavements.

To get a real feel for this shopping and foodie paradise, you also need to explore the smaller streets beyond. Each street offers a distinct and fascinating personality all of its own which heightens the overall magic of the area.

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The Auria’s prime zone 2 location and close proximity to two tube stations ensures excellent connections to the rest of London and beyond.

The eclectic array of places to shop, drink and dine is impressive. Discover Moroccan cafés and Portuguese patisseries sitting alongside Michelin-starred restaurants, and luxury designer boutiques rubbing shoulders with vintage fashion shops, and all set against the backdrop of the iconic Portobello Road.

Notting Hill is close to many of London’s prestigious and world-class universities, and for younger families, the area has a high concentration of top performing primary, secondary and prep schools.

Notting Hill is one of London’s top ‘must-see’ cultural destinations. It is home to both the Notting Hill Carnival – Europe’s largest carnival – and the world-famous Portobello Road Market, with its street stalls selling everything from antiques and vintage fashion to food and gifts.

Notting Hill boasts an abundance of green spaces including Holland Park with its wild-roaming peacocks and open-air opera. The Royal Parks, Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, are also close by.