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The Hotel at Chelsea
Stamford Bridge
Fulham Rd


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With 275 luxury four star bedrooms including junior and 1 bedroom suites, 21 flexible conference and banqueting suites, a choice of 5 themed restaurants and bars and the exclusive Chelsea Club and Spa coupled with underground car parking for 180 cars, Chelsea Football Club provides the ideal retreat for work rest and play.

With ample superior accommodation space to suit every discerning visitor, the Hotel at Chelsea offers a number of sized rooms ideal for everyone from the busy executive to the family enjoying a leisure break in London.

Ideally located just a short cab ride from the West End, close to the exhibition centres at Earls Court and Olympia, and within walking distance to the fabulous shopping of the Kings Road, Knightsbridge and Kensington. With Fulham Broadway underground station a mere minutes walk away, as well as being outside the congestion charge, The Hotel at Chelsea is perfect for any type of traveler.


Number of Rooms: 275
Number Ensuite: 275
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