If you’re looking for the best serviced apartments in Sloane Square, the Collingham is your perfect choice. The location is ideal, the stunning apartments are of the highest quality and you have everything a hotel offers, but the privacy of your own home-away-from-home.
Sloane Square – Known Across the Globe
Sloane Square is one of London’s most famous and iconic areas. It’s only a couple of miles to the west of the centre of London and it’s at the eastern end of one of London’s most famous shopping streets – King’s Road. The other end is Sloane Street that links through to Knightsbridge.
If you’re looking for a serviced holiday apartment in Sloane Square, the Collingham has everything you need for a memorable stay in London.
Sloane Square Serviced Apartments – The Collingham
The Collingham is a great choice when it’s time to choose a serviced apartment near Sloane Square. It’s a short walk from the banks of the River Thames and we have apartments ranging from studios to spacious multi-room penthouses – all of which are ideal for corporate travellers, couples and family holiday makers alike. The benefits include –
- Newly-refurbished apartments apartments in a classic style
- Fully-equipped kitchens with all the mod-cons you need
- Every facility and amenity you’ll need from a top serviced apartment in London
- A 24-hour reception desk for your comfort and safety
- Service you’d expect at any of the best four star hotels in London
- Absolute freedom to come and go at your leisure
- Money off discounts at local restaurants
Not only that but we are one of the best family friendly serviced apartments in Sloane Square and a place on TripAdvisor’s list of the ‘Top 25 Hotels for Families’ is something we are extremely proud of.
Sloane Square – The Perfect London Location
When you’re searching for serviced apartments near Sloane Square, it’s likely you’ll be looking for an apartment in a quiet, tranquil street such as Collingham Gardens. It’s a residential street with great views of the local area but as well as quiet and serenity, you want to be close to the action!
You’re minutes away from the Science Museum, the Natural History Museum, the V&A and the Imperial War Museum as well as the world-famous shopping streets of King’s Road, Knightsbridge and High Street Kensington.
If you want to get into central London, there are four tube stations nearby – Earl’s Court, Gloucester Road, High Street Kensington and South Kensington – and there are also lots of buses and even cycles if you’re feeling fit and you’re happy to battle the London traffic!
Close to home there’s still a lot to do. The area is full of great restaurants and gastropubs, riverside walks and some of the best green space in London and if there’s any advice and information you need, our fabulous reception and concierge staff will give you the lowdown on everything you need including transport, restaurant bookings, theatre tickets and tourist attractions.
Shopping you ask? We have that covered. The high streets are fantastic but there’s also Shepherd’s Bush Market, Bayswater Road Market, Chelsea Antiques market and the famous Portobello Road Market all within a few minutes of the Collingham, the best family-friendly Sloane Square serviced apartments.
A Short History of Sloane Square
Sitting in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, Sloane Square was named after Sir Hans Sloane whose heirs were the landowners in the 1770s. The square itself was designed by Henry Holland Snr and his son, Henry Holland Jnr and it is a boundary between the two biggest aristocratic estates in London – the Grosvenor and the Cadogan.
In the years before the Square was constructed, to make the ¾ mile journey from Knightsbridge to the King’s Road meant a trek over marshy fields and getting dangerously close to what was known as Five Fields. Five Fields was home to highwaymen and brigands and what is now the eastern corner of Sloane Square once sat ‘Bloody Bridge’, so called because of the propensity for robbery and murder there.
Originally, the development covering Sloane Square, Sloane Street and Hans Place (as well as many other streets) was called Hans Town and while the original Georgian mansions have now been superseded by later developments, a few remain, including 123 Sloane Street and novelist Jane Austen lived nearby at number 64 while she wrote Sense & Sensibility.
Today, Sloane Square and the surrounding area is a haven for the wealthy. A seven-bedroom townhouse in nearby Eaton Square is available for £55m and even a three-bedroom house here will cost the business end of £10.
Serviced Apartments in Sloane Square – Why Choose the Collingham?
Knowing there are thousands of places to stay in London covering all budgets, it’s our job to ensure that when you stay at the Collingham for the first time, you are compelled to come back.
We will ensure that your stay is as welcoming as possible. We work hard every day to give every guest a memorable experience and an ideal stay.
Please have a look through the website for more information on our serviced apartments near Sloane Square, and if we can help you with anything, just call us and we’ll provide everything you need to know.