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Charmingly tucked away in a stunning row of Victorian Townhouses with striking views over Egerton Gardens, The Franklin combines the warmth of a private home, the impeccable service of a Grand Hotel and Anouska Hempel's timeless, Italian-influenced design. Its secluded English gardens...
Spent 4 nights here at the end of June. Staff was very friendly, professional and personable. Our reservations included breakfast each morning and the food was very good. The hotel is located in an upscale and quiet neighborhood close to Harrod’s, Natural History Museum, Victoria...More
We spent the first 2 of our 5 nights miserable and unable to sleep due to the A/C not working correctly in our room (London was having 84-86 degree F weather). Weirdly, even though they apparently had fans available, and we were complaining, no one...More
Fine dining with old friends in London. Great dishes, good wine and excellent service. You should definitely try the Franklin restaurant as soon as you'll be in Chelsea. And try also the bean soup with fois gras.
My 9 days stayed at the hotel was absolutely fantastic. The location is no doubt very convenient. Knightsbridge & South Kensington both left or right within 10 minutes of walk, absolutely love it. My room 503 was perfect in every way but my wife &...More
We booked afternoon tea for 2 - it was a birthday treat from my daughter. Booked for 2.30 because we did not want to have lunch and a tea - so glad we only had tea - there was so much food for 2 people...More
Wealth courses through The King's Road, Chelsea's upmarket artery of West London life packed with shops, eateries and glitzy nightspots. For people-watching at its best and luxury retail therapy that's largely unrivalled, this area cannot be missed. But if this showy street starts to overwhelm or a moment of price tag shock sends you reeling, a quick detour down pretty much any of many King's Road veins will reveal
a quieter side of Chelsea. Here the stately Royal Hospital hosts its world-famous flower show, and the Thames rolls along at a lazy pace, with leafy Battersea Park and its Peace Pagoda beckoning from across the river.