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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 affluent residents and most exclusive shops, bars and restaurants.
The Sloane Square Hotel has a boutique feel, with laid back chic in each room and quirky design touches such as single beds which look like couch bunk ups, bookcases with real books and flashes of modern chintzy prints to add some character to the neutral colour palette ranging from Single and Double Standard rooms to Superior and Club, guests can enjoy a wide range of in-room amenities, which not only take into account home comforts and work essentials, but thoughtful extras which will enhance your stay. These include a Playstation games console, DVD player, flat-screen TV, 250-film library, wireless broadband, a hospitality tray with coffee and tea-making facilities, an iPod docking station, a Toshiba laptop, free Sky Sports, free local and national calls and an espresso machine. So if you wished to do so, you wouldn't even have to leave your room.
However, this would be an unwise decision as there is so much to explore in the picturesque surrounding area, especially if you want to splash some cash. From famed department store Harrods, just down the road, where their 'All Things, For All People at All Times' motto means that purchasing an alligator from them may be a serious possibility; to the independent boutiques on Chelsea's Kings Road, Peter Jones and boutiques with gastronomic delights such as Rococo chocolate and Pierre Herme macaroons are also located nearby. Culture vultures will thrill to the Saatchi Gallery, with its often controversial but always intriguing exhibitions and Proud Galleries, which showcases stylish photography. Wellington Arch, The Brompton Oratory and St Peter’s Church will also fascinate history buffs.
When you aren't exploring nearby, the hotel's 24-hour reception and room service, will ensure you are attended to around the clock, the off-site spa, for which guests have favourable rates, will leave you feeling relaxed and pampered and the hotel chauffeur service means that you can see London in style. The hotel also encompasses the Chelsea Brasserie, a delectable restaurant headed by Chef Simon Henbery, who worked at Jamie Oliver's 15 Restaurant. If this is a little too formal for your tastes, you can stop into the hotel nightclub Kitts, a very funky establishment, which attracts a hip, moneyed set from the local area.
The hotel enjoys very good transport links, for travelling in and out of London. The nearest London Underground station is Sloane Square, where you can catch the District and Circle lines. From here you have direct links to Paddington Station (where the Heathrow Express terminates); Victoria Station (where the Gatwick Express terminates); and many more areas of London. If you are driving to the hotel, it can be accessed from the main A4 road, via the M4 and M25, and parking is available at the hotel for an extra charge.
This hotel is very popular with previous guests, who have raved about friendly staff and comfortable rooms as well as the unbeatable location. For a truly London experience, request a room with a bay window overlooking Sloane Square, and if you can stretch your budget for a Club room it is worth it for the extra amenities and extra space you receive.