Sloane Square Hotel
What We Love
- An elegant Sloane Square stay that's perfectly located in upscale ChelseaChannelling our inner Made in Chelsea by strutting up the King’s Road
- Boutique-chic décor in rooms that overlook Sloane Square or the Holy Trinity Church
- Delicious French-inspired fare at the on-site Côte Brasserie
What To Know
- The Sloane Square tube station is just a stone's throw away giving you access to London's major attractions on the Circle Line
- The Saatchi Gallery, Royal Court Theatre, trendy boutiques, and worthwhile restaurants are all within easy walking distance
- Free WiFi works well
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Formerly The Royal Court Hotel, this welcoming four-star Chelsea gem has Peter Jones to its right, the Royal Court Theatre to its left, and a Sloane Square address to thrill shopaholics. Housed in a 19th-century building, it has played host to many an A-lister – most famously The Beatles who stayed here for several weeks during the Sixties.
Designed for wall-to-wall comfort, each of the 102 guest rooms assures understated elegance. With views of either the square itself or the historic Holy Trinity Church,you can expect bespoke wallpapers, carpeted flooring, and beds dressed with luxury 300-thread count Egyptian linens and soft pillows. Thoughtful touches include bathrooms with Elemis toiletries, Nespresso coffee machines and flatscreen TVs.
When you’re not busy indulging in a spot of retail therapy on the King’s Road, giving into temptation on the adjacent Sloane Street or high-tailing it down to Harvey Nics, take time to check out the dining options. There’s light bites, cocktails and ice cream at the Café & Bar, where continental breakfast is served, or more substantial French fare at the on-site Côte Brasserie.
Good to know
The hotel has a limited number of car parking spaces for guests (a nightly charge applies).
How to Get There
I was there recently, not my first nor my last visit there. The hotel got everything you need when staying away from home, cleanness, comfort, hospitality, excellent staff and stunning location. Evidently a well managed hotel! Reasonable prices in one of the best areas.
I booked a small double room (small being the keyword) and small it certainly was. However it hit all the right notes for cleanliness, quiet and comfort. The bathroom was tiny and the shower very difficult to move about in without planning ahead but otherwise the water pressure was good and delivered hot and cold water on demand. I did not use the in-room coffee and tea facilities as it would mean further pre-planning as to how to navigate the room especially with a large suitcase in the way. Instead I went across the street to Colbert for my morning tea and croissant which were out of this world and thoroughly enjoyed sitting among the many UK business types in this very busy place eavesdropping on the chit-chat. The bed was extremely comfortable. For the two nights I was there it was perfectly fine though I would be pressed to stay longer in such a small space. The hotel is surrounded by tons of restaurants of every stripe.
I came with my boyfriend for a weekend and was incredibly impressed with the customer service! Yelim at reception was very helpful and super professional! Definitely would recommend this hotel and will surely come back on my next visit. Room was very up to standard and especially clean, even though I wasn’t happy with the breakfast options, surely the service makes up to it!
Would like to thank Mr. Fernando at the
front desk for his amazing hospitality skills and professional service. Will surely be back soon and enjoy some nice sunny London days again
Well done! and thank you!
For a short stop in London it is great choice for a hotel. Located walking distance to a range of highend shops and department stores. Situated next to Sloane square tube station makes for an easy commute to the airport or other parts of London.Very reasonable priced.