Hotels in Central London - Chelsea - Knightsbridge

Welcome. Here at Hotels in Chelsea we have teamed up with Laterooms to provide a comprehenisve list of hotels, not only in and around Chelsea, but the wider London area too. Whether you are a visitor to the country, here to explore the wonders of London, or a local looking for somewhere to stay on buiness or pleasure here at Hotels in Chelsea we have worked hard to provide luxury hotels at affordable prices in all areas of London.


Top Hotels in Chelsea

Hotel Name Star Rating Price £ (from)  
Egerton Hotel 5 Hotels in Chelsea £250 Check availability
Harrington Court Serviced Apartments 4 Hotels in Chelsea £249 Check availability
The Bentley 5 Hotels in Chelsea £200 Check availability
The Draycott Hotel 5 Hotels in Chelsea £200 Check availability
The Beaufort Hotel 4 Hotels in Chelsea £180 Check availability
Sanctum Soho 5 Hotels in Chelsea £444 Check availability
Brown's - A Rocco Forte Hotel 5 Hotels in Chelsea £427 Check availability
Milestone Hotel 5 Hotels in Chelsea £372 Check availability
The Goring 5 Hotels in Chelsea £335 Check availability
The Savoy 5 Hotels in Chelsea £300 Check availability

Hotels in Chelsea

Things to do in Chelsea

Chelsea, England is in West London, surrounding areas include Kensington, Knightsbridge and Belgravia. It is the most expensive place to live in the UK and amongst the most expensive in the world. The most desirable parts are around Sloane Square and Knightsbridge Tube Station. Millions of tourists flock to London each year for the world famous attractions and the beautiful sights London has to offer. Chelsea itself has its fair share of attractions and things to do.

The team at Hotels in Chelsea have worked hard to put together a useful list of London attractions. To find out our favourite see the list below:

Museums & galleries

Natural History Museum - Free entry.

The Natural History Museum is located in Exhibition Road in Kensington, London and one of three to occupy the same street (the others being the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum). It is housed in the Alfred Waterhouse building and was opened in 1881. The Natural History Museum is made up of 70 million items separated into five main collections. These are: Botany, Entomology, Mineralogy, Palaeontology and Zoology. The museum is a world renowned centre for conservation, research and taxonomy and of special interest are the collections begun by Charles Darwin.

The galleries are split up into different zones. Firstly the Red Zone is centred around the changing history of earth. It contains fossils, minerals and rocks. The Green Zone features things such as birds, creepy crawlies, giant sequoia, minerals, The Vault, Plant Power and Primates. The Blue Zone features things such as dinosaurs, fish, amphibians, reptiles, human biology, mammals and marine invertebrates. The Orange Zone features the Wildlife Garden and the Darwin Centre.

The closest London Underground is South Kensington and there is disabled access. 

Key highlights include the Dinosaur gallery, Mammals, which includes the iconic full sized Blue Whale and the skeleton of the Diplodocus.

Science Museum - This is a FREE museum perfect for children and adults alike. It features science and technology collections, an IMAX 3D cinema and lots of interactive and hands on exhibits for you to get involved with

Victoria & Albert Museum - Free entry.

The Victoria & Albert Museum (or the V&A for short) is regularly seen as the worlds greatest collection of art and design pieces; spanning 3000 years the V&A really does cover all aspects of human creativity. The collection, which now numbers over 4.5 million objects, was founded in 1852 and named after the late Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. If you are ever stuck for something to do in London, which we think is unlikely, the V&A is surely an extremely good place to stop and while away the day – with 145 galleries containing art in virtually every medium, from Europe, Asia, North America, North Africa and much more there is something for everyone.

The V&A museum itself is split into four 'collections departments': Asia; Furniture, Textiles and Fashion; Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics and Glass and Words and Image. As can be expected with such a vast collection not all of it is displayed at the V&A, some of it is in annex institutions such as Blythe House in Kensington. The collections that are on display are: Architecture (Annex of the RIBA), Asia, British Galleries, Ceramics, Childhood, Contemporary, Fashion & Jewellery, Furniture, Glass, Metalwork, Paintings & Drawings, Photography, Print & Books, Sculpture, Textiles and Theatre.

Key highlights include the Medieval Renaissance galleries which contain some of the greatest treasures from that period, the stunning Jewellery gallery, the British Galleries which provides a walk through British history through a cornucopia of art and design.

Saatchi Gallery - This is a FREE gallery and was opened in 2008 and comprises of over 70,000 square feet of space displaying contemporary art from up-coming or little known artists.


If there is one thing that Chelsea is known for it is shopping. There is a massive array of luxury shops to browse and pick up that something special. Shops range from Harrods and Harvey Nicholls in Knightsbridge to exclusive boutiques, cafes, restaurants and bars. If you have booked a Hotel in Chelsea or even in a different part of London the nightlife is well worth a look.

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