Most popular Apartments in Kensington and Chelsea
Highlights in Kensington and Chelsea
- A cosmopolitan destination
- Glamour and luxury
- Fantastic urban experience
- Exclusive residential area
- Fantastic Royal history
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Apartments in Kensington and Chelsea
Affluent and incredibly central, Kensington and Chelsea is an incredibly central neighbourhood and a great base for exploring London. Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park are a few steps from your door and so are the famous Victoria and Albert, Science, and Natural History Museums. Find the apartment in two of the best and chic areas in the city.Chic stays in the best neighbourhood with a royal status
Attractive white stucco facades in a wealthy area to have a chic getaway in one of the most visited cities. Find apartments with stunning interiors and cosy bedrooms overlooking the most well known landmarks. Luxury furnishing, bespoke details and exclusive amenities in modern developments. Large pane glass windows light up the cosy lounges and open plan kitchens.
Travellers and activities
The neighbourhood of Kensington and Chelsea is in a very central location giving the tourist a very easy access to the main urban attractions. From fabulous restaurants, to green open spaces like Hyde Park, the main museums and endless shops. Well connected by public transport, you will also be close to the rest of sightseeing musts. Visit the different boroughs including multicultural Soho, lively Piccaddilly, interesting Chinatown and unique Camden Town. Get the trendy vibe of Shoreditch and enjoy the night scene all over the city. Welcome to the English city that never sleeps!Kensington and Chelsea for shopping lovers
Shopping lovers are spoilt for choice in London. If you book an apartment in Kensington and Chelsea you will be close to the popular Harrods shopping centre or Harvey Nicols. Find here exclusive designer brands and high-street fashion. If you get on the tube, arriving to the shopping haven of Oxford and Regent Street will be an exciting experience as you can shop ‘til you drop for several days without even repeating the same shops.
Kensington is home to 2 of London’s most expensive streets, Kensington Palace Gardens and Kensington Palace.
Top 7 travel tips in Kensington and Chelsea
Some of the most visited museums in the capital are located at the crossing of Exhibition Road and Cromwell Road, where you find the Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert (V&A). Not far from there, you find the Royal Albert Hall, in Kensington Gore.2. Attractions of the area
The Albert Memorial, Kensington Palace and Serpentine Gallery are all within Kensington Gardens. Leighton House Museum and its intricately interior are also in the area.3. Enjoy green spaces
Kensington Gardens is one of the eight Royal Parks in London and a former private garden of Kensington Palace where the Royal couples live. The large extension of the grounds sits immediately to the west side of Hyde Park and you can enjoy a morning run, a pleasant walk or a nice afternoon having tea at some of the cafes around the park and the Serpentine.4. Discover a hidden gem
The Michelin building is a classic in the area. It first started as the headquarters of the tyre manufacturer and now it is one of the most appreciated restaurants with good food and under the direction of the French chef Claude Bosi. The restaurant, called Bibendum, offers a three-course set menu at lunch time and a la carte for dinner. Indulge yourself and enjoy mouthwatering recipes.5. Spot the film locations
Many parts of Kensington have been filmed as the backdrop of a story. Walk along Albert Bridge, Kensington Gardens, Portobello Road, Holland Park or King’s Road. Discover them and follow the route to feel like on set.6. Visit Saint Mary Abbots Cathedral
Saint Mary Abbots Cathedral is popular because it has the tallest church steeple in London. You can attend a service, visit the interior or listen to one of the concerts, regular talks and attend different events.7. Learn about royal life
Prince Harry and Prince William live in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, one of the most exclusive areas in the city. Kensington Palace, built in 1965, was the home of King William III. After an extension, it looked as we now know it and it has been a royal residence ever since. Visitors are allowed into the Palace, via 4 different routes telling different parts of the palace history. Visit the exhibition and have a lovely tea at the orangery.