The Chelsea Harbour Hotel5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We came here for afternoon tea. The station, Imperial Wharf, is no more than 5 minutes walk away so you can get to here very easily (we caught the train from Clapham junction). The hotel was classy as soon as you entered. We had a couple of drinks in the bar area which was lovely. They had an outside terrace but it was raining but you still had a stunning view of the harbour (it felt as we were abroad not in London). The drinks weren't that expensive for the area or London (rose wine 6.50). Anyway afternoon tea. This was awesome and would really recommend. Lovely views over the harbour again. Lovely restaurant and excellent service. The hot chocolate was the best I've ever had. Again the price was reasonable as well. The food was your typical sandwiches and scones and there was 5 different sweet varieties to choose from. It was presented wonderfully. Would really recommend for anyone wanting a great location, wonderful food and stunning views.
This hotel is in the heart of Chelsea/Fulham and is in a great location. Very clean and great attention to detail. Great for public transport links with Fulham Broadway tube station less that 10 mins walk. Drinks are expensive but there are nearby pubs and restaurants available.
We had a lovely Sunday buffet lunch which we extended to to enjoy the jazz music in the bar. I think the lead musician was Ralph on keyboard. Lively but chilled. Is this a regular fixture? Best regards, Veronica White
I discovered the Chelsea Harbour Hotel Bar from a friend who lives in the development and was pleasantly surprised when an amazing jazz pianist and bass player turned up a few weeks ago as we were having our Sunday roast at the buffet. The piano player is Ralph Lewars - and it seems he's pretty well-known on the London jazz scene - and the bass player was just incredible with him. We absolutely loved his music and the buffet is very tasty, especially the desserts! (Go for the French crepes!) We returned last Sunday having heard Ralph was playing again and this time he had a very talented drummer and bass player with him. With lovely views over Chelsea Harbour, good food and great music, it's a great way to spend Sunday just lazing around and listening to the mellow sounds of live jazz played to a very high standard. I've never really been much into jazz before but this is definitely turning me into a fan. It's a great live music experience and a perfect family or couples day out. I'll definitely be returning on Sundays.
A most unusual location for London a private harbour great views Food is ok drinks good but expensive The hotel is great though again expensive but it's popularity means that's just my opinion!! Will go back
This was a hotel that stood out for its great service, accommodations, and a phenomenal gym. Successive years just witnessed a decline but none more so than when it went under Millenium Hotel chain management. Gone are many of the regular staff, and even regular guests you would see at certain times of the year. I Have been a big user of the hotel but this stay last week has got to rank as the worst ever. The pullout sofa bed was broken and the people who came to put the bed on didn't care that it was broken or slanted - or didn't know what to do. My daughter woke up the next day with a rigid and aching back. When I mentioned to the check out folks that the bed was broken they shrugged their shoulders. The toilet seat in the guest bathroom looked like it hadn't been changed since the hotel opened. Really terrible service. Not long before everyone who were regulars here stops coming. They just keep raising the rates - and putting nothing back in to upkeep the hotel. Terrible and shameful.
Earlier this week I delivered a training event at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel. We had a room in the lovely penthouse suite which had amazing views and a gorgeous interior as well as a fantastic huge balcony. Everything I needed was taken care of, which is so rare, and there was nothing I could fault. To top it all I had a really lovely guy called Mohammed looking after me who was so professional, kind, attentive and all round brilliant. Nothing was too much trouble and he is a real ambassador to the hotel. I'd have no hesitation rebooking especially if Mohammed was looking after us once more - thanks Mohammed! :)
We stayed at the hotel on the 11th July, after a super day on tennis a Wimbledon. My biggest regret is we did not spend enough time enjoying the hotel and the Harbour. The reception was very efficient and friendly and the rooms were excellent with everything you would expect. If you stay at this hotel make sure you take advantage of the facilities
stayed here one night got free upgrade to river suite,what a fantastic room and views over London. The only negative comments would be on the service. in bar area tried to switch on patio heaters on verandah but did not work,asked waiter and he said he would find out but never returned. when we paid I asked what happened he did not return he replied its not working. in restaurant service was really slow,asked for some strawberry jam and waiter returned with a small basket of jams but no strawberry?. food was very good. on check out was not asked was everything ok with my stay which I thought should have been asked. I would stay here again and recommend it though.
Stopped off to have a coffee and a few drinks at this wonderful hotel. It is simply lovely. Very courteous staff and ultra nice. The bar has a lovely outdoor patio overlooking the harbour. I must stay there.
- Walking distance to Stamford Bridge Stadium
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Chelsea within a short walk of Stamford Bridge Stadium, The Chelsea Harbour Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Battersea Park. This 158-room, 5-star hotel welcomes business and leisure travelers with a marina, a full-service spa, and a restaurant. On the waterfront, it's also near Royal Albert Hall and Buckingham Palace.
This hotel serves as home to a bar, along with a brasserie that specializes in British cuisine. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
All 158 air-conditioned accommodations feature sitting areas. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs with cable channels and pay movies. Beds are dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers are also standard.
Guests of The Chelsea Harbour Hotel have access to a marina, a full-service spa, and an indoor pool. Parking is available for GBP 40 per day (GBP 40.00 per night for valet parking), and there's also limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a fitness center, a sauna, and a rooftop terrace.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
88% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1702 reviews