Chelsea Cloisters

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

87-B Sloane Avenue, London, SW3 3DX, United Kingdom
Chelsea Cloisters
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Costs 41% more and rated 12% lower than other 3 star hotels

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More about Chelsea Cloisters

Working in London 8 months 2001

by upperwestside

"Working in London - 2001"

I was working for ADP and accepted an overseas consulting assignment in London for 8 months

ADP used to put its employees up at the Chelsea Cloisters

The hotel in the heart of Chelsea, one of the most fashionable and cultural areas of London it is bordered by shopping and gastronomic facilities of the Kings Road, South Kensington and Knightsbridge. It was only a short walk to the South Kenningston tube station (London Underground) and within easy reach of the city, the West End and international connections from Waterloo, Heathrow and Gatwick.
I lived in a very small studio, which was adequate for me but too small for a couple for a long duration
It was fully furnished and equipped. included central heating with hot water , satellite television and washer/dryers.


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Forum Posts

London for New year

by Snej


London is listed as top 10 to meet the New year,

please let me know are there free concerts 31/12, and ref this where is the best place to enjoy music and see the fireworks.
I would like to have a budget accomodation close to the main happening

Re: London for New year

by planxty

Hello Snejina,

London is not a bad place to see in the New Year, although be warned that in the Trafalgar Square area the fountains will be sheete3d over and you will not be allowed to brink alcohol there as the police are very strict.

I doubt you will find any free concerts. Most places, especially in the centre of town, are ticket only and sold out well in advance. The most popular place to watch the dfireworks is on either bank of the Thames just downstream of Westminster Bridge. Be aware that the crowds will be quite large there.

You will find it very difficult to get budget accomodation that close to Westminster but remember the public transport including the tube runs all night on NYE so you can stay a little further away. Here is a website.

You might want to consider a Youth Hostel (there is one quite close in Carter Lane. Here is a website for that.

St. Pauls, Central or Oxford Street would all be walking distance of Trfalgar Square or the river.

Hope this assists,


Re: London for New year

by DaveG0906


For NYE fireworks in London you may want to check out this website

This is the main firework display in London.

Keep checking back nearer the time for this years fireworks. The viewing areas will remain pretty much the same for this year as well. This can be downloaded.

There won't be many budget hotel rooms available on NYE. Even the well known budget hotel chains will be charging the full rack rate, as demand far outweighs supply. Most hotels will sell out some time prior to NYE.


Re: London for New year

by cubsur

Public transport in London has been free after 10pm on December 31st in past years, so let's hope it is to the same this year.

The previous poster is correct about the Trafalgar Square 'event'. Strictly no alcohol is allowed on the streets and many bars will close their doors early in the evening.

Re: London for New year

by henry14

As Planxty above points out, the popular viewing areas attract very large crowds and I also understand that folk arrive to get a decent spot places hours before midnight (not the best way to spend the last hours of the year, especially if it rains).

In previous New Years we have taken a river cruise but they aren't cheap (although you get a full evenings entertainment, disco, buffet or dinner etc) and do guarantee a great view of the fireworks as they moor up close to Big Ben for midnight. We've done our trips with Hospitality Line, link below, but there are others doing the same cruises, just google Thames cruises New Year to check out prices.

Re: London for New year

by Snej

Thnaks a lot, very helpful tip

Travel Tips for London

The Underground (tube) and the...

by mariomay

The Underground (tube) and the buses. This is the quickest, cheaper, and most typical way of getting around London.
Trains run from 5:30 am until after midnight. Travel cards are a very convinient way to pay for both, they must be purchased in advance. The ambiance.

Views across the Serpentine

by easyoar

I had never really appreciated this view, despite crossing over the road bridge that separates Hyde Park from Kensington Gardens (and going over the Serpentine) on numerous occasions in the past.

I don't know whether it was because it was sunset and it illuminated everything so beautifuly ot whether it was because I had a telephoto lens on my camera so I could zoom in well, but it makes a nice shot of London. You can see the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, the Wellington Arch and boats on the Serpentine. Sunset overlooking the Serpentine.

The Thames

by Jenniflower

The city of London and the Thames River have had a harmonious relationship for many a year.

The river helps feed the city and the city helps feed the river.

We love walking along it, some places are nicer than others, most are really enjoyable.

This photo was taken alongside the Thames just under Tower Bridge. It speaks of flooding of the river and how the city is protected from such an event occurring.

It would certainly be catastrophic!

When it is Autumn

by benazer

When the autmn comes and under the trees are cowered in dry leaves you are supposed to walk in them your shoes under the leaves and listen to the autmn sound it makes,it supposed to bring luck,I do not belive a word of it personally because I just invented it myself..


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Address: 87-B Sloane Avenue, London, SW3 3DX, United Kingdom