London’s SW10 West Brompton district includes the areas of West Brompton and Chelsea. Local attractions include Chelsea Harbour, Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Stamford Bridge Stadium and the King’s Road. See all hotels in London SW10.
TOP PICK: Wyndham Grand – Chelsea
(from £199/night. London SW10 0XG)
What’s included… All rooms include iron/ironing board, separate sitting area, coffee and tea making facilities, hair dryer, complimentary newspaper and cable television. Hotel facilities include free wifi, a complimentary weekend shuttle to Sloane Square, fitness facilities, health club, sauna, steam room, spa treatments and swimming pool. Children under 12 eat for free in the hotel restaurant. Business facilities include exhibit space, meeting rooms and secretarial services.
Nearby… Situated on Chelsea Harbour, this luxurious hotel is minutes from Imperial Wharf Station.
How far to…
Chelsea Harbour 2 minute walk
Stamford Bridge Stadium 16 minute walk
King’s Road 20 minute walk (centre)
Earls Court Exhibition Centre 29 minute walk
(from £89/night. Close to SW10)
What’s included… Built in 1851, this four star hotel is still run by the same family and includes many original features. Facilities include tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and free internet.
Nearby… Situated between Victoria and Pimlico Stations, this four star hotel is within easy reach of London attractions (see below).
How far to…
King’s road 18 minute walk
Tate Britain 19 minute walk
Buckingham Palace 19 minute walk
Big Ben 26 minute walk
Not to be missed in London SW10…
Modelled on a Monacan scene, Chelsea Harbour’s marinahas permanent and temporary docked yachts and speed boats.
Earls Court Exhibition Centre is host to a variety of 200 conferences and events a year. Highlights include The Brit Awards and The Ideal Home Show.
Stamford Bridge Stadium is the home ground of Chelsea Football Club. Tours of the player’s rooms and stadium are also available.
Head to the trendy King’s Road for cocktails at mare moto, coffee and cake at the Bluebird cafe or some retail therapy at the hundreds of shops lined along it.