Drawing in locals and visitors alike with a beautiful blend of distinctive boutiques, global brands, world class culture and delicious dining, Chelsea is one of London’s most chic and vibrant neighbourhoods.
Step out from the underground into food, fashion and culture heaven. From Tiffany & Co. and Cartier for the ultimate indulgence to Peter Jones for the everyday there is something to suit all tastes and budgets. The Royal Court Theatre is at the forefront of provocative, compelling theatre created by undiscovered, emerging and established writers. Just around the corner is Cadogan Hall, a world-class concert venue offering a selection of classical, contemporary, jazz, folk and world music events as well as talks, debates and conferences.
The square has over 30 outlets including established brands and unique boutiques as well as six restaurants perfect for al-fresco dining. Duke of York Square is home to the flagship stores of renowned beauty retailers Richard Ward and Dermalogica as well as some high street fashion favourites. Explore the fabulous food market every Saturday from 10am to 4pm with pop ups stalls offering everything from beautiful bakes to carefully crafted sushi. Don’t miss a visit to the iconic Saatchi Gallery which showcases the most innovative contemporary artwork by unseen young and international artists.
Live like a local and explore the hidden butchers, bakers, cheesemongers and wine merchants of Pavilion Road. Tucked away behind Peter Jones, this cobbled street is home to specialist grocers, boutiques and eateries. Pavilion Road is a wonderful place to enjoy an al-fresco cup of coffee and indulgent pastry whilst taking in the atmosphere.
A whole mile of cafes, restaurants, shops and galleries perfect for any occasion. The Kings Road brings together stylish retailers, big fashion brands, interior designers and beauty salons which are dotted along the road from Sloane Square to Worlds End. Iconic London buses run the length of the road so hop on and explore everything from the Duke of York Square past the Chelsea Farmers Market, Chelsea Library and Chelsea Old Town Hall.
Head towards Victoria Station and discover the luxury furniture stores such as Linley and Rose Uniacke, interior designer to the Beckhams! Be sure to browse Daylesford, London’s organic farm shop for fresh, British, seasonal produce. Lovely local pubs like The Orange and No. 11 Pimlico Road are great places to while away a lazy Sunday afternoon.