Cheval Phoenix House

About Us

Known for its affluent residents, high-end shops and restaurants, Chelsea is perfect for those with excellent taste. You’ll be moments away from the galleries on Sloane Square, the Royal Court Theatre and the contemporary Saatchi Gallery, whilst staying in one of our luxury apartments at Cheval Phoenix House.

The district of Chelsea is where business and leisure meet. Here, you’ll find the best of both worlds, as well as the finest levels of hospitality and service. Ideal for business travellers or families who enjoy experiencing the high-life in an unmistakable cultural haven, our residences are available for both short and long-term stays.


Currently undergoing a full-scale refurbishment, this boutique residence puts London at your fingertips, whether you are visiting for business or leisure.
When it reopens in summer 2024, the apartments will feature open-plan, one and two-bedroom apartments. The apartments will feature contemporary décor and a minimalistic design, making it more spacious and airy. Guests can expect privacy, flexibility and security with our 24 hour front office team available. The apartments will have fully-equipped kitchens and all the little luxuries and comforts to make you feel at home.

Our neighbourhood

Initially a Saxon Village (where its name derives from), Chelsea became an affluent district during the 16th and 17th century. Interestingly, the famous “Kings Road” was named during this period, as it was once a private road leading to the Royal Palace and Hampton Court. Sloane Square picked up its name from Sir Hans Sloane, who was a physician to the Kings and Queens of the 17th century.

The world-famous “Chelsea Pensioners”, who still wear a uniform of scarlet coats and tricorn hats to this very day, once resided at The Royal Hospital Chelsea, upon retirement from the British Army. This landmark was built by Sir Christopher Wren, one of Britain’s most distinguished architects.

Chelsea is also known for the famous writers, artists and poets who once lived there, such as Oscar Wilde and James McNeill. This is why the district now hosts cutting-edge theatre and some of the finest galleries.

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