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The best hotels in Chelsea cluster at Sloane Square, home of the superb Royal Court Theatre and location of the district’s most convenient tube. A handful more are scattered near the King’s Road, famously cool in the 1960s but now more septuagenarian than Swinging, whatever the Made in Chelsea toffs might say. Decades of gentrification mean you’ll dine well – Gordon Ramsay for a blow-out, Medlar for affordably excellent nosh – but the shopping is pricy and unexciting: the Shop at Bluebird and John Sandoe bookshop are notable exceptions. Attractions include the Saatchi Gallery, the delightful Chelsea Physic Garden and, for football fans, Chelsea’s home ground. This is our selection of the best hotels in Chelsea.
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