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Luxury Chelsea

Covering an area bordered by Kensington, Knightsbridge, and the north bank of the River Thames, the affluent neighbourhood of Chelsea encompasses some of London’s most sought after real estate. From exquisite mansions to luxury townhomes, short-stay rentals in luxurious apartments and flats, to weekend getaways in chic boutique hotels, Chelsea offers residents and visitors alike no end of high-end accommodation and housing options.

Chelsea also offers plenty of fun things to do, too. Popular Chelsea attractions include the iconic Saatchi Gallery and, for sports fans, the major league Chelsea Football Club (be sure to splurge on one of the latter’s excellent hospitality suites). Other must-do activities include visiting Sloane Square and King’s Road – famous still among the jet set – for some luxury shopping, dining at some of the top restaurants in London, or simply enjoying a cocktail (or two!) at a classy or bistro. And while you’re at it, be sure to keep your eyes open for the occasional celebrity.

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