“Love E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G about this place . The Spa and hair salons there is excellent, the hot stone massage there has to be London's No.1 ,seriously would recommend it - (could practically live there lol !) . The staff there is amazing , the bar is fantastic . After everything , when I last visited there ,what I loved the most, is sitting out in the balcony of the restaurant overlooking the Harbour on a nice evening with a glass of wine exceptionally beautiful ,especially when it's warm or when the lights come on at night - WOWWW.” in 2 reviews
nice that anyone would expect from a hotel! Their bed was comfortable. The
minibar was of the type where one is charged if moving something (The geisha martini was good in here)! TV
reception was very modern which is also not what I expected at a hotel that
aims to be top class, but still it is good.
The bathroom was very nice, big with a bathtub
and shower and still plenty of space left.
Another thing is their crew was very attentive and cheerful. The prices
are not as crazy as a lot of other hotels in London. All in all I love this
Amazing room! Clean and spacious with the finest in-suite amenities - a few of my favorites include the espresso maker, rain shower, and fine bath products. The bed is comfortable. The service and hospital have been top notch! The in-suite dining was also very good. Although perhaps not my most favorite location in London, I would return simply for the pleasure of enjoying this hotel.
I wish I could afford to stay at the Wyndham Grand (used to be called Conrad Hotel). As it is, my visits have been limited to breakfast (which is excellent - continental buffet style), or just coffee while enjoying the spectacular view across Chelsea Harbour.
Service is impeccable but not too overwhelming, and you really feel special. A lot of celebrities stay here as it's more low-key and less obvious than similar hotels in town. It's easy to understand why.
Wonderful location, beautiful entrance & foyer and an amazing view from one of the conference rooms onto the harbour at the rear. Even the food was good for a big event, but................once you were inside you could have been anywhere. Chelsea Harbour? Maidstone Travelodge? Who's to say? Pretty on the outside, boring in the middle. A bit like myself, now I come to think of it......................
This is a large luxurious hotel slightly outside London proper. To me you get the best of both worlds, bustling London by day (via tube stops within 10 minute walking distance) and Chelsea by night. I can best describe Chelsea as the Tribeca, NYC of London, full of hip young well-to-do families and interesting boutiques. Additionally, after dinner go behind the hotel for a lovely walk along the Harbor.
As one of my Londoner friends put it, 'POSH'.
I stayed again here in October of 2012 and WOW what a difference. The manager who had not treated me with the nicest behavior was there and treated me very kindly. The room was in excellent shape, we were treated VERY nicely and the overall experience was terriific. Would definitely be back and really had a much different experience this time around.
Love E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G about this place . The Spa and hair salons there is excellent, the hot stone massage there has to be London's No.1 ,seriously would recommend it - (could practically live there lol !) . The staff there is amazing , the bar is fantastic . After everything , when I last visited there ,what I loved the most, is sitting out in the balcony of the restaurant overlooking the Harbour on a nice evening with a glass of wine exceptionally beautiful ,especially when it's warm or when the lights come on at night - WOWWW. To the guys ,if you want to treat your girl-friend/fiance/wife etc. to a special something, I strongly suggest you take her there especially with the soft music from the piano playing in the background ; not forgetting to mention ,the best quality of fine dining experience E.V.E.R (a woman's paradise lol) ! Could go on and on ,but one word .P.E.R.F.E.C.T !!
Christie Almond ARTIST
They Wyndham Grand London Chelsea beat out The Rueben's Palace Hotel and the Park Land Intercontinental Hotel as the best in show and ambiance. The deciding factor was the harbor view from my suite. Chelsea Harbor is secluded and away from the busy transit areas nicely tucked in but in walking distance of the legendary King's Roads with fine dining, pubs with culture, and the latest in fashion stores like John Lewis. After spending a nice day walking the King's Road or the Chelsea Harbor to and from Big Ben it's nice to be greeted by exceptional service and then having a glass of wine on the outside railing listening to the gentle waters. Really is a nice hotel that thought about everything.
we stayed for our honeymoon in the marine suite and it was perfect. The staff friendly and most helpful, food delicous, the service in our room was outstanding. Everything about this hotel was perfect. This is a perfect place for a perfect start to mr and mrs.
Very posh hotel in a very posh London neighborhood. I've stayed in many 5-star hotels around the world, and I would give this one a very firm 4-stars on my scale. Service was good, but nothing that I feel like raving about. Everything is grossly overpriced, but I suppose that's what you get at 5-star hotels. The rooms, though, are massive for a European hotel. It's an all suite hotel. All rooms have balconies, separate sitting areas, and large bathrooms with separate water closets. A big problem with the hotel is it's location to anything attractive for tourists. It's nestled in a quiet neighborhood, but far from tube stops. There is an overground rail station nearby, but only good for getting you to places to transfer to the underground. We took taxis everywhere, and it seems that everything in Soho, Knightsbridge, Covent Garden, etc., is at least a £20 fare. There isn't much surrounding the hotel in terms of restaurants or convenience either.
Still, it's a great hotel. Breakfast was always good, and the one time we ordered room service, it was hot and delicious. I wouldn't recommend this place for London newbies or tourists, as it's quite far removed from that element of London.
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