Bed and Breakfast
29-31 Draycott Place, London, Chelsea, SW3 2SHShow on map
Many of San Domenico House Hotels previous guests have praised the hotel's ornate decor; however, being situated in a Victorian town house in between the elite Knightsbridge and fashionable Chelsea districts... Read More »
4 star classic hotel
7-12 Sloane Square, Knightsbridge, SW1W 8EGShow on map
The Sloane Square Hotel is a luxurious modern establishment located just off Sloane Square, the 18th century. Situated in between Knightsbridge and Chelsea, you will be surrounded by some of London's most... Read More »
5 star city chic deluxe hotel
11 Cadogan Gardens, Knightsbridge, SW32JRShow on map
The Knightsbridge district of London is famed for its attractive Victorian architecture, its exquisite shops, including Harrods and Harvey Nichols Department Stores and its very affluent residents. It's true... Read More »
5 star city chic deluxe hotel
26 Cadogan Gardens,, Belgravia, SW3 2RPShow on map
It is hard to believe that a hotel as quiet and restful as The Draycott Hotel can exist so close to London's busy Chelsea and Knightsbridge. Thanks to thoughtful design and a passionate eye for detail, an... Read More »
4 star classic boutique hotel
115 Sloane Street, London SW1X 9PJ, Knightsbridge, SW1X 9PJShow on map
Durley House Hotel is a very luxurious establishment, with a unique concept; an 'all suite' hotel, offering only one, high class of accommodation, to engender an air of exclusivity in this classically stylish... Read More »
Sloane Avenue, London, Chelsea, SW3 3DWShow on map
South Kensington and Chelsea are perhaps London's most exclusive districts, where properties change hands for millions of pounds and celebrities such as Kylie Minogue, Madonna and Hugh Grant own properties.... Read More »
4 star contemporary hotel
35 Ixworth Place, London, Chelsea, SW3 3QXShow on map
A trendy, modern hotel, the Myhotel Chelsea offers deluxe accommodations and is situated on Ixworth Place in South Kensington, just a few minutes away from the King's Road. Myhotel Chelsea was traditionally a... Read More »
4 star classic hotel
110-112 Ebury Street, Belgravia, SW1W 9QDShow on map
Astors Hotel is situated near to the exclusive Sloane Square area of London, on Ebury Street, a quiet tree filled street in the heart of Belgravia. Housed in an elegant Edwardian building, typical of the area,... Read More »
4 star modern hotel
106-108 Ebury Street, Belgravia, SW1 W9QDShow on map
"Stay in a reasonably priced hotel in a fashionable part of London" Whether are visiting London for business or leisure, a stay at the Park Avenue Belgravia will help you make the most of your time in the... Read More »
3 star classic hotel
142 - 144 Warwick Way, Victoria, SW1V 4JEShow on map
The Windermere Hotel, London is located in the historic location of Victoria in Westminster Borough, right in the heart of the capital of the United Kingdom. The Windermere Hotel is close to many well visited... Read More »
Search for cheap hotels near Chelsea Flower Show
Every year, since May 1913, thousands of amateur and professional gardeners descend on the Royal Hospital Chelsea for the annual five day Chelsea Flower Show. Organised by the Royal Horticultural Society, this event is attended by people from all over the world and hotels in the area are usually fully booked. From trendy sculptures to traditional roses, this show has it all. The center of Chelsea Flower Show show is the Great Pavilion where competitors vie for top honours. The Show Gardens host many designs from the worlds top gardeners all with different themes to fuel your thoughts. There are also many sellers of gardening accessories both traditional and innovative. All tickets for this event have to be pre purchased. The nearest underground station is at Sloane Square station (District and Circle lines) and is a 10-minute walk from the show. For the duration of the show, there is special bus service running from Victoria Station.
Hosted by the Royal Horticultural Society since 1862, this flower, plant and garden show was originally named the Royal Horticultural Society's Spring Show, held in neighbouring district Kensington. It then moved to the grounds of the Royal Chelsea Hospital in 1913, renamed the Chelsea Flower Show and it has been held here ever since. Approximately 157,000 people visit the show every year - however the first two days are solely for members of the Royal Horticultural Society.
Around 600 international and national exhibitors from countries such as France, Italy, Australia, Jamaica and India, display their work every year at the show with garden designers using the five days to showcase their skills and creativity - and only the best of the best are chosen to exhibit their spectacular designs. From rural courtyard gardens to specifically designed city gardens, the creativity and expertise on show at this world famous event is the finest in the world, providing inspiration for home owners and horticulturalists alike.
The Great Pavilion is the centre stage and it is truly amazing. Over 100 leading nurseries and floral exhibitors present their work in this giant space of colour, for which they have prepared for months in advance. The latest gardening equipment, accessories and products will be available to purchase, there will be flower arranging demonstrations in the Floristry Marquee and the Lifelong Learning displays provide a wealth of information for those wanting to learn more about the science of horticulture.
As always, travelling on public transport is strongly advised. Sloane Square tube station (District and Circle lines) is only a 10 minute walk to the showground and there are numerous bus routes servicing the area. There will also be a special bus service running every day between Victoria Station (mainline trains) and the showground from 7am to 8pm (6pm Saturday). If you are travelling by car, there is limited and expensive parking available in Battersea Park which is approximately 25 minutes walking distance away.
Other places of interest to visit in the area include Kings Road with all its fabulous shops, cafes, bars and restaurants and South Kensington's 'museum-land' is only a 15 minute walk away (or one stop after Sloane Square on the tube) and here you can explore the V & A Museum, the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum.