We also have accessible wheelchair friendly rooms to ensure guests with less mobility can enjoy a comfortable, stress-free London city break, with Jurys Inn.
Jurys Inn London Chelsea offers an elegant on-site bar perfect for a relaxing glass of wine or pint after a long day of shopping or business.
If you wish to dine out during your visit, please take a look at our staff recommendations for some restaurant and bar ideas.
Costa Coffee Bar
Stop by our all day Costa Coffee bar and lounge where you can enjoy a hot drink and relax with a newspaper or a good book. If you want to use the area for work or internet browsing, Jurys Inn provides Wi-Fi throughout our London Chelsea hotel.
There are hundreds of things to do around Chelsea and central London, here are a few suggestions from us:
Closeby to Chelsea is the oldest and most famous home for dogs in the UK, Battersea Dogs and Cats Home aims to never turn away a dog or cat in need of help. Thanks to voluntary donations, the home raises over £10 million a year to help dogs and cats. For a small donation, you’re able to visit the home and interact with the animals.
If you are making the trip over to see Chelsea play a home game then this is one of the more convenient hotels near Stamford bridge, placed just fifteen minutes away from the famous ground
Opening in 2008 as one of the UK’s largest shopping centres, Westfield has over 250 stores, a cinema and many restaurants and bars. Easy to get to from Chelsea, Westfield is an amazing shopping experience and a great day out. Simply walk 2 mins to Imperial Wharf Overground station and tak the London Overground to Shepherds Bush rail station located across from Westfield shopping centre.
The RHS Chelsea Flower show is an annual garden event held over 5 days in May by the Royal Horticultural Society. The first 2 days of the show are exclusively for RHS members, with tickets for the remaining 3 days selling out fast. Approximately 160,000 people attend the event each year, including members of the Royal Family who are patrons of the Royal Horticultural Society.
For even more things to do check out our London Chelsea guide.