Spring is in the air, so it’s the perfect excuse to grab your partner and head to London to see what’s going on in our nation’s buzzing capital city.
There’s always something to see and do when you stay in Chelsea London, so take a look at some of our top springtime picks for a little inspiration before you book one of our 5 star hotels in Chelsea.
Get some retail therapy
Chelsea is a hotbed for luxury brands and designer fashions, so get ready to splash some cash and visit some big-name stores or discover some up and coming new offerings to the fashion scene with a visit to Chelsea’s iconic King’s Road.
For something a little more pocket-friendly when you stay in Chelsea London, why not make a visit to the farmers market? It is more economical, but there’s still an array of unusual gifts, homewares and, of course, tempting treats for you to try while you’re there.
Enjoy some alfresco dining at a trendy Chelsea eatery
When you’re staying at our 5-star hotels in London, you’ll get so used to be treated like royalty that you’ll want to dine like a king or queen when you’re out and about discovering all that Chelsea has to offer.
Chelsea has an array of amazing restaurants with alfresco dining which makes it easy to soak up the springtime sunshine, so why not enjoy a cheeky cocktail along with your brunch? You are on holiday after all!
Enjoy some culture
Our 5-star hotels in London aren’t just close to restaurants and shopping districts, Chelsea also has some fantastic galleries such as the Saatchi Gallery located nearby or you can check out a show at the Cadogan Hall, an excellent concert venue that offers a regular showcase of the biggest names in classic, contemporary and jazz music.
Hit the town
No stay in Chelsea London would be complete without a night out on the town, and now that the weather has started to improve, you’ll be able to visit some of the area’s beautiful pub beer gardens before hitting a local nightclub for a little celebrity spotting while you dance the night away.
Filled to the brim with uber-trendy bars and clubs, don’t expect to be crawling back into bed at your 5-star hotel in London until the early hours!
A spot of history
As well as being the playground for the rich and famous of London, Chelsea also has a varied and interesting history with several impressive buildings of note around every corner.
One of the most famous is the Royal Hospital Chelsea designed by famous architect Sir Christopher Wren and visitors are able to breathe in the scents and sounds of the spring air with guided walking tours led by a resident Chelsea pensioner building with their bright scarlet jacket and wealth of interesting information to impart about this historic and fascinating building.