Kensington and Chelsea

Kensington and Chelsea

Cruise the Kings Road and shop the small and luxurious boutiques of Chelsea before heading down to the Duke of York Square on Sloane Street and sample the delights of the Sunday market or pop in to Partridges for a superior supermarket experience.

For those spending an afternoon at Kensington Palace or Kensington Gardens, High Street Kensington is a great spot to experience some of West London’s favourite shops and is a lovely neighbourhood for lunch before heading down to Knightsbridge to admire the haute couture stores and wander through the beautiful, tall buildings of SW1X.

How to get to Kensington and Chelsea

To start your shopping spree in Chelsea, take the tube to Sloane Square (Circle and District lines) as a starting point and walk the Kings Road towards Earl’s Court and Gloucester Road (via the Circle, District and Piccadilly lines). 

If your day starts in Kensington, take the tube to High Street Kensington (via the Circle and District lines) and explore the boutiques and bakeries of Kensington Church Street