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
Stayed here for just one night before flying home from a two week stay in the UK. The location is great, right near the Sloane Square station, but we booked a Double Room and it was extremely tiny. I've been in some small hotel rooms in New York City but this one was even smaller. It may be good for just one person but definitely not two people. We had difficulty with finding space for two pieces of luggage and even just navigating around the room trying to get ready in the morning and evening was difficult. I'd like to see the sizes of the other rooms to see if they may be better. The shower was also very small. Our room was on the first floor and faced Sloane Square so I was fearful that it was going to be loud at night, but it was not at all. I believe they told us the windows were triple paned which really seemed to help. Overall the rooms seemed clean enough but I'm glad we only stayed here for one night - I could not imagine trying to stay in the Double Room for a longer stay.
I first stayed at the Sloane Square Hotel in May of 2009. Since then, I have traveled to
London on business every summer, and for each of my London-stays I've chosen
the Sloane Square. As I completed my summer of 2018 visit to London, the desk staff at the Hotel informed me that, over time, I'd spent a total of SIXTY THREE days and nights at their Hotel. That Number speaks for itself. The Hotel is perfectly located, with a vibrant atmosphere outside in the neighborhood during the day, but a welcome quiet during the night. The beds are always comfortable, the bath amenities are perfect, and the housekeeping staff is vigilant. The front desk staffers are attentive and pleasant. As with all Hotels, constant refurbishment is necessary,
and it's nearly time for the Sloane Square to replace its carpeting. The front lobby was recently renovated, and is now a bright and well-designed space. Perhaps the least practical but most cheerful embellishments have been the hand-painted wall murals which the artist John Brinklow has been doing for the Hotel, since about 2015. Every one of his murals, which adorn hallways, and many rooms, is a unique celebration of Nature's beauties.
Amazing as always. I have been staying at this hotel over the past 3-4 years and they always impress me. As a diamond member I feel privileged every time I walk in. I noted a few new staff at reception but they are all very helpful and well trained. I love the new emerald awnings. I will be back in few weeks.
Both my husband and I stayed here during the Chelsea Flower show, when I found out what my husband paid for this hotel I was shocked, I am writing my review based on the facilities or lack of - the price paid and the facilities offered by this hotel do not match up. Firstly our room was extremely narrow although clean and well decorated you had to squeeze between the end of the bed and the console table to get around the bed, obviously other guests had made the same observation as the corner of the bed had been covered in some black sponge like material. I must also make comment on the furniture straight out of Ikea not what you would expect for a 4*hotel ! ,the bathroom was small however beautifully tiled. I enquired was there a residents bar the reply was yes that the breakfast room doubled as a residents bar however when we went up the stairs at 9pm it was already set up for breakfast for the next morning. I asked was there a restaurant in the hotel were we could get something to eat we were directed via a door into a restaurant of which we were told was not part of the hotel so I asked myself what facilities does this hotel offer to the paying guest? Breakfast was continental again not what I expected the ladies who covered the breakfast service were extremely pleasant and supplied guests with tea/coffee and replenished the breakfast bar on a regular basis, I must say at this point that this was a Christmas present from my husband to experience the Chelsea Flower show, the show was wonderful and all that I imagined it to be however the hotel left us feeling cheated
I was in Londo for a business trip and i stayed one night night at Sloane Square Hotel. The position is very central, 10 minutes far from Victoria Station, very easy to reach if you fly to Gatwick. The hotel is very clean and the room is perfect, with all the facilities you need. Breackfast is also very good and the quality of the food is very high. The staff is very available.