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Serviced Apartments in Chelsea

Take time out in one London’s most exclusive districts with a private luxury serviced apartment to call home while you’re away. The address of some of the world’s leading designers, Chelsea Football Club and a host of the finest restaurants, Chelsea is a firm favourite with some of the biggest names of stage and screen.

Where is Chelsea in London?

The district of Chelsea is located west of Westminster, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, following the northern banks of the River Thames and a mere five minutes from Westminster on the London Underground via Sloane Square tube station.

What is the appeal of staying in Chelsea?

The favoured location of many city residences of the rich and famous, Chelsea is one of London’s most affluent areas, attracting some of the world’s biggest names.  Residents have included Hugh Grant, Kylie Minogue, Robbie Williams and Sir Michael Caine, the latter favouring the upmarket Chelsea Harbour area.

As well as famous residents, in Chelsea, you can find designer boutiques, exclusive bars, gourmet restaurants and gastropubs. Local attractions include the Royal Court Theatre, Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York Square, Curzon Chelsea Cinema and the famous Chelsea Farmers Market where you can taste artisan food, or pay homage to Nigella Lawson (also a famous resident of the area) and take the produce home to prepare your own culinary masterpiece. 

Things to do in Chelsea

The King’s Road is one of two high streets in the district.  Synonymous with the ‘Swinging London’ of the 1960s and holding a unique place in English popular culture and heritage, it begins at Sloane Square and runs parallel to the River Thames, the row is lined with enticing independent and designer shops offering everything from clothes and shoes to contemporary furnishings. Equally enjoyable to while away the hours is Fulham Road; the best place to find a truly unique piece of furniture in one of its many antique stores and, perhaps surprisingly, the actual location of Stamford Bridge football ground.

For those seeking the notable cultural scene London has to offer, visitors can enjoy contemporary art from around the world at the Saatchi Gallery, or travel to nearby South Kensington where London’s most popular museums are housed. You can also visit the Design Centre at Chelsea Harbour for further interior design inspiration. Sports fans need to look no further, with Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea FC on the edge of the region.

Held in the stunning grounds of Chelsea Hospital, the Chelsea Flower Show also attracts thousands of visitors to the area every spring.  For a long time, the show remained Britain’s largest flower event, and although now surpassed in scale by the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, the Chelsea Flower Show remains the most prestigious.

Places to eat in Chelsea

With two major high streets on hand, visitors and residents are spoiled for choice when it comes to dining out in Chelsea.  From excellent world cuisine to flagships of celebrity chefs such as Marco Pierre White’s London Steakhouse on King’s Road, there is something to suit every taste. Highlights include Bluebird Chelsea, which was on occasion frequented by members of the Royal Family, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and The Pheasantry live jazz and cabaret club.

First time in a London apartment?

Imagine waking up in your own London apartment, enjoying a leisurely breakfast in your own private kitchen, blissfully free from the pressure of catching breakfast or disturbances from housekeeping. When you choose an apartment in Chelsea you will be able to stay in comfortable home-like surroundings, with self-catering facilities at your disposal.  

You will typically enjoy more space than in a hotel room of the same standard as well as more privacy and flexibility. Serviced apartments are particularly ideal if you are travelling as a family, as part of a group or intend to stay for a longer period of time, but it’s equally beneficial if you are, for instance, a couple visiting the city for a special occasion or romantic break.

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