Sunday, 26 May 2019

Hotel Review: Sloane Place, Chelsea.

It had been a while since I took a staycation in my own city, and so when the invitation came through to review the new Sloane Place hotel just down the road from me in Chelsea, I jumped at the chance! I had seen Mina's glowing review shortly before my visit, which made me even more excited to check out Chelsea's newest boutique hotel offering. 

Right on the corner of Lower Sloane Street and Turk's Tow just a short walk from Sloane Square, it's the perfect location for shopping on King's Road, drinking at The Botanist, and dining at the likes of Colbert, as well as nearby Polpo and Gallery Mess on Duke of York Square! Not to mention the Royal Court Theatre, Cadogan Hall, and the Saatchi Gallery are just a stones throw away for any culture vultures...

I checked in on a Tuesday evening and was instantly greeted my an array of stylish colours and happy diners - you have to walk through the gorgeous and very stylish Sloane Place restaurant to get to the little check-in desk - and after a quick check-in the receptionist kindly showed me up to my suite. 

The suite I had was a funny shape due to the nature of the corner-building, but it was spacious and well-appointed and had everything you could need; a lovely living room, a desk and comfy chair, a good-size bedroom, and a really useful walk-in wardrobe space which led through to the huge bathroom!

My boyfriend wasn't joining me until later in the evening as he was finishing work much later than me, so I chilled out in the living room, had a relaxing bath in the huge bathtub, and then settled down to watch some TV in the gigantic bed (the suite has a big TV in bedroom as well as the living room)! Soon enough the boyfriend arrived bearing snacks, and it was bliss eating jaffa cakes and mini eggs snuggled up in the squishy marshmallow bed! I love my bed at home, but there's nothing quite like a hotel bed. 

It's always a bit strange having a staycation so close to home because in your head you're like 'Oh I could just pop home...', but I always find it's actually really nice forcing yourself to properly relax and enjoy proper time away without worrying about doing a quick clean of the house or doing some work on my laptop.

The next morning check-out was a breeze, and if you're peckish there's breakfast in the Sloane Place restaurant. We skipped this as I had to get to a meeting at work, but the restaurant was gorgeous and the food looked amazing!

If you're looking for a well-priced hotel in London, Sloane Place has it all. The location is unbeatable for exploring the Chelsea and Belgravia neighbourhoods, and it's close to Victoria so handy for travelling by train. There's so much to see and do in the area, and the stylish and contemporary design of the hotel made our stay even better! 

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*Our stay was complimentary for the purpose of review, however all views are my own


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