Very Good 1415 Reviews
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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


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Restaurant
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Chelsea glamour at a historic hotel on Sloane Square, with an offer suitable for single travelers

The Lowdown

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

Sloane Square Hotel
7–12 Sloane Square
London, SW1W 8EG United Kingdom


4.5 Very Good 1415 Reviews
Sloane Square Hotel on location
Reviewed 3 hours ago

Always very happy to stay here. Good value for money, great hospitality from everyone from reception to household staff, quality sleep with good bedlinen, the household staff really do a fantastic job providing a spotless clean room

Can’t wait to return!
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I stayed for only one night but I can not wait to come back. We arrived early and found out we had been upgraded to a bigger room. There was a place to leave our bag so we could go out and get something to eat and return at check in time. The location is perfect, everything is right on your doorstep. I cannot commend the reception and housekeeping staff enough, so helpful and friendly and the room was impeccable. Sorcha checked us in and even brought our bags to the room for us! Didn’t get a chance to have breakfast but it was very tempting!

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I travel a lot around the world and this is my favorite place to stay. Staff is very friendly in particular I would like to mention Loreta, she’s very helpful and efficient. I’m highly recommending this hotel, the best place in London.

Coming soon again!

Very attentive team
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Loreta Grudzinskaite back of house manager always works to ensure my stay is excellent. I also appreciate the housekeeping staff - they are very attentive and dedicated. The hotel is working to update many areas (room carpeting and bathrooms still need updating in some rooms) and when completed this will make it a 5 rating for me.

Very rude staff
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

With regret I would like to inform you that the staff of this old famous hotel are rude. especially the man Fernando, who worked on the evening of March 3. My husband gave me a gift for International Women's Day - a trip to London and paid for the tour. Two weeks before the trip, I had cautiously warned the Hotel that I would not have my husband’s card with me. When I arrived at the Hotel, Fernando would pounce on me and began to roughly demand my husband’s card. I said that I wrote to them about this! then he demanded my husband's email to write him a letter and make sure that my husband really paid for the hotel. what a mess! what stupid staff. Never come back.