Chelsea Harbour Hotel

Who knew such a view could be woken up to in London

Finding the right hotel in London can be tricky sometimes.
You can either scroll through endless pages of TripAdvisor, or go back to ones you have checked into before out of comfort and reassurance.
However, Chelsea Harbour Hotel is the hidden gem in central London.

Located on the Chelsea Marina (which I didn’t even know existed), it is the perfect view to wake up to each morning.
Located close to one of the best roads in London – Kings Road.
I can assure you, your bank card will be feeling sore after a trip there.

We checked into The Chelsea Harbour Hotel just before Christmas and were greeted with an enormous and beautifully lit Christmas tree in the lobby.
The setting was perfect for those Instagram Shots.

We started our day with lunch off their Harbour Bar & Terrace menu.
With only a short amount of time to get ready for The Jingle Bell Ball, we ordered it to our room.

SUITE LIFE

It was then time for me to get ready for our spa treatments followed by the ball.

We got settled into our Marina View Suite (£221.76 a night) with the most delicious view of the marina.
Note that the hotel only offers suites, a perfect home from home situation.

I would defiantly check out their Kings Penthouse Suite; 2 bedrooms, jacuzzi, sauna and 2 bathrooms for £1,512 per night. You know just in case you want to treat yourself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We both visited the Blue Harbour Spa, where we went for a relaxing swim followed by 60 minuets of treatments each.
Being 30 weeks pregnant at the time, they didn’t offer specific pregnancy massages.
They catered to me perfectly despite this.
Offering me a 30 minute foot massage that wasn’t on the spa list and a facial.

As usual, instead of being able to go back to the room and relax, it was go, go, go for the Debenhams Ball.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

River Island Kitten Heels here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The next day we were booked in for lunch at the Chelsea Riverside Brasserie.
We sat looking out onto the snow falling upon harbour for Sunday brunch.
Live music filled the room and really set the atmosphere.

The brunch offers a buffet including fresh fish, breads, cheeses and fruits.
Followed by a meat station, pasta section, hot buffet section but make sure you save yourself for the dessert buffet.

Thank you to the Chelsea Harbour Hotel for a lovely nights stay.

To book your own stay click here.

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