Places to go in Chelsea
Kings Road, Kensington and Chelsea, SW3 4LU [map]
Duke of York Square offers an unrivalled range of international fashion, food and culture – with the iconic Saatchi Gallery at its heart.
King's Road, Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 5XP [map]
Shopping is the King's Road's main obsession – here you'll find an eclectic mix of trendy boutiques, unique labels, designer shops and high-street staples, alongside a vast array of cafes and eateries.
41 Draycott Place, Chelsea, SW3 2SH [map]
41 Draycott Place is a unique serviced apartment building offering 8 studio apartments and one bedroom apartments situated in a desirable residential area in the heart of Chelsea.
Duke of York Square, off Sloane Square, SW3 4LY [map]
The BADA Antiques Fine Art Fair is this country’s leading, national art and antiques Fair.
66 Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, SW3 4HS [map]
London's oldest botanic garden,founded in 1673, for training apothacaries. Botanic specimens and rare species, including natural medicines from around the world. A delightful green oasis.
The Knightsbridge Estate, SW3 1DB [map]
The Knightsbridge Estate sits at heart of Knightsbridge, recognised globally as one of the world's top luxury shopping destinations.
35 Ixworth Place, SW3 3QX [map]
The hotel features 45 contemporary designed rooms, two meeting and private dining facilities, a library which is a peaceful sanctuary, a treatment room, a health studio and two unique suites.
Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, SW3 4HT [map]
The Museum’s Chelsea site is now closed as we prepare for redevelopment. However, we are committed to delivering an ongoing programme of lively events and activities, taking places across the country
Bureau de Change
1 Brompton Road, SW3 1ED [map]
Whether you’re cruising the casinos or shopping in London’s most famous store, The Money Corporation will meet all your currency requirements.
East Ticket Hall, Knightsbridge Station, (Knightsbridge St, SW3 1ED [map]
Collect your currency before you leave the station! The TTT Knightsbridge Station bureau is located conveniently inside Knightsbridge underground station so you can be prepared to shop till you drop before you hit the streets.
17 Mossop Street, SW3 2LY [map]
Recommended in the Michelin Pub Guide for the fifth year running, The Admiral Codrington is a bright but cosy Chelsea pub.
Sloane Avenue, South Kensington, SW3 3DW [map]
Barts is a quirky secret speakeasy style bar on prestigious Sloane Avenue, in the heart of Chelsea.
33 Beaufort Gardens, SW3 1PP [map]
Early Victorian country home in the centre of London, close to Harrods. Recently refurbished to offer luxurious accommodation to the discerning traveller.
151 Sydney Street, Chelsea, SW3 6NT [map]
The Bourbon-Hanby arcade specialises in fine art, antiques and antique jewellery.
13 Britten Street, South Kensington, SW3 3TY [map]
Voted Morning Advertiser Pub Industry's Awards - 12th best Pub in the UK 2004, you won't need a pub guide to tell you this is one of the best pubs in Chelsea - Just ask the locals! Unwind after work or after a busy day of shopping in Kings Road with some of the finest food you could find in a London pub, or just a glass of beer or champagne on the sofa to recharge your batteries.
27-31 Basil Street, South Kensington, SW3 1BB [map]
With a combination of delicious food, great wines and a real ambience, Café Rouge has embodied the style and je ne sais quoi of French dining since it opened way back in 1989.
Children's Clothing & Accessories
291 Brompton Road, South Kensington, SW3 2DY [map]
Caramel stores sell a range of distinctive children's clothes with a vintage feel.
56-57 Beauchamp Place, South Kensington, SW3 1NZ [map]
Caroline Charles is an established clothes designer selling classic designer clothes for women. There is also a home department situated on the first floor of this branch.
53-54 Duke Of York Square, Chelsea, SW3 4LY [map]
Enjoy casual dining at Lebanese specialist Comptoir Libanais in Chelsea's Duke of York Square.
Home & Gift
81 Fulham Road, Chelsea, SW3 6RD [map]
The flagship Conran Shop store was opened in 1987 in the historic Michelin House building on Fulham Road and heralded the revival of the area now known as Brompton Cross.