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Contact The Belgravia Centre

Submit an enquiry, request a call-back or book a consultation at either of our London clinics (locations and directions underneath).

Contact Details

Belgravia Clinic Opening Hours

  • Mon-Thurs: 9.00am-8.00pm
  • Friday: 9.00am-6.00pm
  • Saturday: 9.00am-5.00pm
  • Sunday (Belgravia Clinic Only):
  • *Please note last consultations are 1 hour before closing time


Preferred consultation location (view public transport details for each at the bottom of this page)

Preferred time and date if requesting consultation:



Belgravia clinic

The Belgravia Centre,
52 Grosvenor Gardens,
London SW1W 0AU
United Kingdom
020 7730 6666

Our Belgravia clinic is located just a 2 minute walk from Victoria train, bus coach and underground station.

Directions from Victoria Station

From the tube and bus stations walk to the traffic lights on Buckingham Palace Road. Cross the road and walk to the left and then into Grosvenor Gardens (1st road on the right). Pass STA TRAVEL and you should already be able to see the centre as it is only about 30 metres down on the left.


City of London clinic

The Belgravia Centre,
8 New Street,
City Of London, EC2M 4TP
United Kingdom
020 7444 4000


Our City of London clinic is located less than a 2 minute walk from Liverpool Street underground and train station.

Directions from Liverpool Street Station

When exiting the station, use the Bishops gate exit. Cross the road and New Street is directly opposite the exit. Walk down New Street for about 30 seconds and you will find The Belgravia Centre on the left


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