The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea is one of London’s most famous areas, known for its many museums, endless shopping, picturesque neighbourhoods, botanical gardens, and esteemed restaurants, making it the perfect destination for visitors looking to explore the best of London.
Located a stone’s throw away from Chelsea Cloisters, you can find the popular shopping street, King’s Road, which is home to over 300 stores, restaurants, cafes and galleries. A shopping lover’s dream! We also highly recommend the weekly outdoor fine-food market, which takes over Duke of York Square every Saturday with a curated selection of artisanal and locally pro-duced foods for a vibrant culinary experience.
Among the Royal Borough’s many museums, The Natural History Museum in South Kensing-ton and Saatchi Gallery on Sloane Square should be on anyone’s to-do list. Both in walking distance from Chelsea Cloisters. There is also a range of independent galleries in the area worth checking out if you’re looking to get your culture-fix while you’re here.
Chelsea is also known for its many hidden gardens and dazzling green spaces and plays host to the yearly, Chelsea Flower Show, every May.
For foodies and nightlife lovers, there is a first-class selection of restaurants and bars surround-ing Chelsea Cloisters. You can find anything from cosy vegan cafes to Michelin starred restau-rants, juicy burger joints, upscale bars and classic English pubs. In the mood for a nightcap? Our in-house bar, Barts is known to serve up some of London’s finest cocktails.
There is simply nothing you can’t find in Chelsea, and should you wish to explore other areas of London, then South Kensington station and Sloane Square station are only minutes away, taking you anywhere you want to go.