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Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel & Spa
354 Queenstown Road
Battersea
London

SW8 4AE | View map

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The Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel - BRAND NEW HOTEL OPEN MID FEB 2010 - flagship hotel of the Pestana Hotels and Resorts Group - the largest international tourism and leisure group in Portugal and ranking with the top 100 hotel chains of the world. The Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel offers both business and leisure travellers world-class service and facilities. With 216 well appointed, spacious rooms, SPA and Lifestyle centre, 6 meeting rooms to cater for events from 10 to 500 delegates, international cuisine restaurant, bar and coffee shop and extensive secure underground parking facilities. Ideally located for both business and leisure travel, the Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel is situated along the River Thames, Chelsea Bridge, opposite Battersea Park. The Hotel offers easy access to key bus and train routes and is within easy walking distance to Sloane Square and Victoria Station.

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