Recalling the mischievous and convivial spirit of Chelsea in its heyday is Sloane Place. A 27-bedroom boutique hotel located in an iconic five-storey Victorian red brick building typical of Lower Sloane Street, Sloane Place has the air of continental Europe. Outdoor tables are perfectly positioned to people watch whilst enjoying a lazy brunch, or a bottle of rose with friends.
Stylish bedrooms blend contemporary colours in mustard and dark blue with classic furniture ensuring absolute comfort.
Sloane Place Restaurant serves up a European-Javanese menu with signature dishes including a Lobster & Prawn burger, Rose County beef tataki and bao buns. The Sloane Place mixologists have created a mouth-watering cocktail list to match the exciting fusion dishes on the menu.
Head downstairs to the hidden Hideaway, an art deco basement venue on a Thursday night for Sloane Sessions, a night of live music and cocktails.
3 things to try when you’re there
– A Thursday night at Sloane Sessions in The Hideaway, a live music night in an secret Art Deco basement venue
– The bao buns on the all-day dining menu in the restaurant: one of each is a must!
– The bottomless brunch: the pancakes are a favourite.
You might not know but..
Sloane Place is the sister property of private members club, The Sloane Club, that was originally founded in 1922 by Princess Helena, Queen Victoria’s daughter. The Sloane Club was opened as the Service Women’s Club exclusively for women in the forces. With gentlemen not allowed entry until the 1960’s, The Sloane Club was ahead of its time in honouring spaces for empowered women!