There's plenty to do in London's Chelsea - one of London's most exclusive and affluent neighbourhoods. Quality boutiques and shops abound along the famous King's Road. Some of Europe's top brands have major outlets in Duke of York Square. In Sloane Street, you can enjoy the offerings of some of the world's top jewellers and designers.
Antiques can be found in abundance in Chelsea - Lots Road is home to many high end antiques dealers and auction houses. Who knows what you might find?
The Royal Hospital Chelsea, venue for the annual Chelsea Flower Show is home for many resident Chelsea Pensioners, elderly gentlemen who you will see walking round in their scarlet uniforms. You can visit the hospital and be shown round by one of the Pensioners as you discover the wonderful architecture of Sir Christopher Wren (who also designed St Paul's Cathedral). The Pensioners delight in telling visitors their tales of years gone by.
Chelsea is great for fine dining. Gordon Ramsay's three-Michelin starred restaurant is located on Royal Hospital Road. There are many other high quality restaurants in the area serving an array of delicious international cuisine. Brunch is popular in Chelsea and local residents delight in the food and drink available throughout the day and, in some cases, night.
Football fans will not want to miss a visit to the world-famous Chelsea Football Club. Chelsea play their home games at Stamford Bridge - if you are lucky you may be able to get a match ticket but if not you can take a stadium tour where you can visit the players' changing rooms, pitch and see their trophy cabinet which is packed with the many awards they have won over the decades! There is a hotel at the club - an ideal base for stays in the area. Go London Apartments also offer a good selection of short stay apartments for visitors to Chelsea - available from one night upwards.
Traditional British pubs abound in the Chelsea area. You can enjoy contemporary gastro pubs as well as more old-fashioned olde English beer establishments.
If you have some energy left after your busy days in this charming district, you can spend your evenings clubbing in Chelsea. The many nightspots are popular with residents, tourists and students alike.
You can enjoy and evening at The Royal Court Theatre - a theatre proudly dedicated to performances and shows created by new, up and coming talent, both British and international.
Cadogan Hall is the established venue for the BBC Proms Chamber Music series. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra reside there. The busy programme is varied and includes classical, contempoary, jazz, folk and world music.
We offer a range of apartments in the Chelsea area, from the economy residences at Nell Gwynn House and Chelsea Cloisters, both on Sloane Avenue, to the 5* luxury properties such as Phoenix House.
Serviced apartments are the ideal home from home offering you the freedom and independence of your own accommodation, with kitchen and WiFi, alongside the services of a good hotel including regular cleaning (including linen and towel change) which is standard in all our properties.