Hotel in Detail:The Chelsea Harbour Hotel enjoys a fabulous location by the waters edge and the semi secluded nature of the harbour make it easy to forget you are still in central London. The Wyndham is an all-suite hotel consisting of 154 suites and 4 Penthouse suites. Each suite reflects the hotels unique sense of space, luxury and style. All are generous in comparison with many of the leading London hotels, and many have private balconies.
SleepSuites are elegantly furnished, with sufficient space to satisfy your every need. They come with Egyptian cotton duvets, fridge, minibar, individually controlled air conditioning, bathrobes, WiFi high speed internet access, two TV's with satellite channels and VCR, soundsystem, safe, three direct line telephones (with fax, modem and voicemail), iron and ironing board, work desk and lamp, coffee/tea maker, trouser press, umbrella, separate seating area and safe. They also have a separate seating area.
The en-suite facilities are luxurious and spacious and include marble and granite bathrooms with bidet, phone, hairdryer, bath and shower.
Two suites have been adapted for accessibility. Room service is 24 hours. Access to all floors is controlled by the Wyndhams state-of-the-art security system.
Guest staying for 7 nights or more consecutively have free WiFi access.
Penthouse Suites: The top floor is devoted to four exclusive Penthouse Suites, all truly sumptuous in design and comfort, with luxurious bedrooms, boardrooms and living spaces. The dining rooms create the ideal setting for private receptions, while the sweeping views afforded by spectacular balconies are among the finest in London.
Dining Options:Chelsea Riverside Brasserie
A new and inventive interpretation of the pop-up restaurant concept, TwentyTen has a permanent space, but one with a different concept and name every year. The menu is responsive, changing on a seasonal basis. "Cocktail Parties" take place from 17.00 to closing each evening, with main courses and desserts from the TwentyTen Tasting Bar. A complete selection of premium vodkas, gins, single malts and aged rum is available, as are a selection of local and international newspapers and magazines for guests to peruse.
Chelsea Riverside Brasserie: The philosophy embraces seasonal and regional food, with menus featuring fresh seafood, prime cuts of meat and fresh produce. Based on the concept of Art de Vivre 'the art of living' the most superb seasonal ingredients are prepared to be enjoyed in a comfortable yet smart casual contemporary environment. The finest lobster and halibut appear alongside delightful hamachi tuna, monkfish and branzino. All beef is either certified Angus, Scottish beef or dry-aged prime steaks, and is complemented by naturally raised chicken, wild duck and baby lamb. All ingredients are sourced from regional farmers and carry a guarantee of quality and freshness, and freedom from nitrates and additives. Where possible organic produce is sourced.
Features a vibrant contemporary pattern of Steelite or Oneida china and flatware, along with Speiglau glassware, over-sized white napkins and Egyptian cotton linens and speciality glass and metal serviceware. An extensive wine by the glass and carafe service is complemented by a wide-ranging half bottle, 750ml bottle and magnum wine presentation, showcasing the very best South American, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Australian and world wines.
The Lounge at Chelsea Riverside Brasserie: The perfect setting in which to enjoy an over-sized cappuccino, a light bite or casual lunch during the day, or a small plate sampler and cocktails at sunset. Relaxed and welcoming, the Lounge also offers informal dining, including a great Angus Burger with fresh-cut French fries and homemade ketchup or a slice of Double Dutch chocolate cake with vanilla bean ice cream.
Chelsea Riverside Terrace. Ideal setting for a summer day. With a view overlooking the marina, it is the perfect spot to relax over a light bite or a signature cocktails.
Afternoon Tea: Visit the Lounge for the ultimate Afternoon Tea, including traditional sandwiches, homemade scones, delicious pastries and your choose of loose tea. Or for pure indulgence, why not choose a glass of chilled champagne?
MoreThe Chelsea Harbour Hotel has a fully equipped gym with guest access 24 hours. There is also a Spa centre with an Indoor heated 17m swimming pool, swan neck waterfalls and body jets, saunas, relaxation room, steam rooms and sunbeds. Six massage and beauty treatment rooms are also available.
For the business traveller there are 14 conference/meeting rooms rooms for up to 350 delegates (Drakes room cocktail style). These are located in a purpose built conference centre. Each conference room offers state-of-the-art facilities for all sizes and styles of conventions including high speed internet access in all meeting rooms. It may be useful for you to know that the hotel holds a wedding license to handle the wedding ceremony and not just after ceremony banquets.
Further facilities available for all guests at the business centre where you make a fax, use the printer make a photocopy. Mobile phone rental also available.
Other hotel services include luggage Storage, full Concierge services, Laundry and Valet, Shoe Shine Stand and a Tour Desk.
The hotel offers complete 24-hour security. All areas and bedrooms are non-smoking.
Hotel Vicinity:Nearest: Railway Station: Imperial Wharf 123 yards (112 metres), Tube Station: Fulham Broadway 0.6 miles (1 km), Motorway: M4 Junction 1 4.2 miles (6.8 km).
The Chelsea Harbour Hotel overlooks the marina in Chelsea Harbour, an exclusive section of the River Thames. Chelsea Harbour and marina is a semi-secluded complex just off of the New Kings Road a short distance (0.6 miles) from the King Road Chelsea, one of the most fashionable shopping and dining areas in London. This makes for a wonderful location in relative quiet from the hustle and bustle of the surrounding areas. The harbour was constructed in the 1980's and although it does have small harbour, where the rich and famous anchor their yachts, its also home to residential luxury homes and apartments. The fitness club within the complex was well known for being used by the Late Diana, Princess of Wales. Also within the complex is the Chelsea Harbour Design centre with a constantly changing series of events. The area would be on the very edge of what would be considered Central London and is some 3.1 miles (5 km) from Piccadilly Circus. Just to the North at 0.3 miles (4.8 km) (0.5 km) is the Fulham Road which offers its own very varied shopping and amenities although not as upmarket as the Kings Road. Nearest places of interest include Carlyle's house (0.7 miles, 1.1 km), Earls Court Exhibition centre (1.2 miles, 1.9 km), National Army Museum (1.2 miles, 1.9 km), Natural History and Science Museum s (1.4 miles, 2.3 km), Victoria and Albert Museum (1.4 miles, 2.3 km), Fulham Palace (1.5 miles, 2.4 km), Hyde Park (1.7 miles, 2.7 km) and the Olympia Exhibition Centre (1.9 miles, 3.1 km). The hotel is also used by guests wanting luxury accommodation with good access to the Wimbledon tennis championships which is just over 3 miles (4.8 km) on the south side of the River Thames.
Bedroom Numbers: 158 / 8 Floors
Check-in: 15.00 (3 pm)
Check-out: 12.00 noon
This hotel has averaged a score of 4.45 out of 5 by 3023 past guests
>>>Booking.com (average customer rating 4.2 out of 5 from 750 reviews)
>>>Tripadvisor (ranked 123 of 1140 for Hotels in London and rated 4.5 out of 5 from 2273 reviews)
Parking:Public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed) and costs £50 per day.
Internet:WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Pets:Pets are not allowed.
Compared to other London hotels: This hotel has been rated 89% by past guests. The London average is 79% and the average for 5 star hotels is 89%. Therefore this hotel is equal to the average for its sector (star rating) .
Milesfaster ranking: 120th from 865 London hotels, and 54th of 133 five star rated hotels.
Another to Consider: Another hotel that is much like the Chelsea Harbour Hotel and not too far (1.1 miles, 1.8 km) would be the 5 star 100 Queens Gate Hotel London, where prices begin from around £181 and which has an 80% guest satisfaction rating.We can also point you towards a lower price option, the Hotel Rafayel and Spa. 0.4 miles from the Chelsea Harbour Hotel (0.7 km), achieving a rating of 79% by its past clients with base rates starting at about £169 (theres free WiFi too).
Why not choose a hotel with a higher customer satisfaction score? If that is what your after then the 5 Star Egerton House Hotel is potentially a good choice for you being 1.6 miles (2.6 km) from the Chelsea Harbour Hotel. The Egerton House Hotel has a perfect unblemished customer rating 99%, a truly stunning achievement.
Local hotels analysed:The fifty closest hotels from here (Chelsea Harbour, SW10 postcode) that we have data for cover a 1.3 miles (2.1 km) radius. The 52 are made up of 6 five star hotels (average rating 84%), 19 four star hotels (average rating 81%), 20 three star hotels (average rating 73%) and 6 two star hotels (average rating 72%). Top 5 star hotel is The Kensington London at 90%. Coming out as the top rated hotels are The Alma Hotel (3 star) and also the Number Sixteen Hotel (4 star) (both joint top with 91%).
Base Rates: Using base rates we analyse average starting rates for the area. Useful as a guide but note they do not include special offers or short term deals.
Of the 52 closest hotels analysed we have base rate data for all of them. The average rate for all the 52 nearest hotels is £103 per night. Starting from £44 at Lord Kensington Hotel (3 Star, 71%) up to £255 at The Bentley London (5 Star, 88%). Averages by star rating: Five Star average: £158, Four Star average: £124, Three Star average: £77 and Two Star average: £66.
We use a proprietary algorithm to rank hotels based on user reviews but adjusting for contributing factors. We rank Chelsea Harbour Hotel 6th (joint) of 52 nearby hotels and 2nd for the 6 five star hotels in the area. In terms of lowest starting rates this hotel is 47th of 51 (3rd of 6 five star hotels.). Analysing both the base rates and overall rating for the hotel we rank it 13th of 42 for sheer value for money (Lord Kensington Hotel was top).
Became the first hotel to join the Millennium and Copthorne Monogram collection in May 2014.
Name change 25th March 2014 from Wyndham Grand London Chelsea Harbour, dropping the Wyndham name under its new management of Millennium and Copthorne hotels.
Formerly The Conrad Hotel (2007).
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels bought the leasehold for £65 million pounds in the first quarter of 2014.
£25 million pound refurbishment 2009/10 which included a brand new event space.
Became a 'Grand' member of the Wyndham brand in November 2007, this signifies it is rated one of the top hotels in that portfolio.
In June 2007 they switched the hotel to the Wyndham Hotels and Resorts brand who took over management on 20 year contract via their subsidiary company Chelsea Harbour Management Inc.
Sold for £80 million pounds to Blue Harbour 2 Ltd in April 2007.
In November 2006 the hotel was sold for sixty three million pounds to Pat Dohertys Harcourt Developments by Lloyds TSB.