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One of London’s most exclusive and affluent boroughs, Chelsea is a focal point for high-end shopping, dining, and entertainment options. This apartment complex is located within a 1930s-era apartment block that has been renovated to modern tastes. It is staffed by 24-hour porter service and also has an intercom system for added security. There is an elevator within the building, giving you access to this particular property on the third floor (fourth floor in America).
This fully furnished one bedroom London apartment, located on Kings Road between Cheltenham Terrace and Walpole Street, is your oasis of relaxation and is central to London living at its finest. With 80 square meters (861 square feet), you’ll find most of the conveniences of home here; this includes the king-sized bed that adorns the bedroom, the well-stocked kitchen that sports a refrigerator/freezer, oven, and other cooking conveniences, the full bath with bathtub and shower, and even laundry within the apartment for your convenience. The living area has space to spread out and relax right there in the middle of London as you plan your next excursions!
Since you’re staying in Chelsea, what suits your interests the most?
Historic London? Your one bedroom London apartment close to Kensington Palace and Gardens, which has been a royal residence since 1689; you’ll find it about 1.9 miles/3.0 km away to the northwest. The Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park is a huge green space to give you a break from steel-and-concrete by replacing it with greenery-and-water.
Artistic London? Absolutely – you’ll find three museums close by, the Victoria & Albert Museum, Natural History Museum, and Science Museum are all about 0.9 miles/1.5 km away to the northwest. The Saatchi Gallery exhibits a wide range of art and is very close by, only about 0.3 miles/0.5 km to the east.
Shopping London? You’re close to quite a bit, including Harrods Department Store, with 330 or so departments, only 0.8 miles/1.3 km to the north. There’s also Knightsbridge, where you’ll find name-brand stores such as Prada, Chanel, and Giorgio Armani, about 0.7 miles/1.1 km to the northeast. The Peter Jones department store is just a few steps down the road, about 0.2 miles/0.3 km away to the east.
Dining London? What are you hungry for? If you want London fare, you’ll find plenty of pubs nearby to serve fish-and-chips or any number of other local dishes. There are many restaurants along neighboring King’s Road, with a variety of well-known and international cuisines to choose from. Combine that with your own kitchen and you’re going to find it difficult to go hungry!
Travel London! London is a large city with plenty to see and do outside of Chelsea and its neighboring boroughs; should your travels take you elsewhere, try the Sloane Square subway stop just 0.3 miles/0.5 km to the east, which can connect you to many places in the city and beyond. The aforementioned King’s Road has plenty of bus stops to take advantage of and you can be sure there are taxis to ride in as well.