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Wyndham Grand Chelsea Harbour
Chelsea
London

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The Wyndham Grand London Chelsea Harbour, set in the exclusive Chelsea Harbour, is London's only 5-star luxury all-suite hotel and provides the ideal base from which to explore London to see sites such as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Harrods, Piccadilly Circus, Houses of Parliament, and Westminster Abbey.

Facilities include 154 air conditioned suites and 6 penthouses, each with a separate lounge, bedroom, bathroom and hallway. Award-wining harbour-side Aquasia Bar & Restaurant offers our guests a unique al fresco dining experience. 14 flexible conference and banquet rooms cater to a maximum capacity of 350 guests (reception style). Our health club includes a heated indoor pool, sun-chairs, steam room, exercise equipment, free weights and treatment room. Ample public underground parking spaces for up to 2,000 vehicles with 50 valet parking spaces are also available.

Wyndham Grand London Chelsea Harbour is the focal point, one of London's finest hidden gems, where guests enjoy a residential feel while only 15 minutes away from the city. Offering stunning views of the city's skyline and the River Thames, Chelsea Harbour is one of London's most prestigious addresses and home to an affluent community.

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