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Pestana Chelsea Bridge

The Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel & Spa is a 4 star hotel located in Chelsea, London, offering outstanding service to guests traveling for both business and pleasure.

It is situated in the prestigious residential core of Chelsea Bridge Wharf, the most influential and popular in Chelsea, on the banks of the River Thames and close to one of the best and oldest parks in London's Battersea Park, whose gardens and lakes are the ideal environment to relax at sunset. Its location makes it one of the best hotels in London for those who like to be in touch with nature and for sports fans.

Chelsea Bridge hotel has 216 well-appointed rooms with air conditioning, heating and spacious, with a size greater than the mean of a London hotel room, luxury bedding, LCD TV and iPod docking station. The modern private bathrooms with bathtub and shower hotel separately. The hotel also offers 24-hour room service.

The Pestana Chelsea Bridge takes into account all the needs of its customers, so it offers a relaxing spa, a wellness center, Lifestyle center with sauna, steam room and relaxation area, a fantastic indoor pool available all year, a gym, 6 meeting rooms with capacity for events with between 10 and 500 attendees, Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, secure underground parking in Chelsea Bridge Wharf parking connected to the hotel, a restaurant international Atlântico restaurant, bar, coffee shop and more.

For guests interested in the places most popular tourist attractions of London, the hotel offers a Guest Relations service operates 24 hours a day.

The Pestana Chelsea Bridge has direct access to Battersea Park, the shops of Sloane Square, situated just 15 minutes walk, and is close to transport links by bus, train and metro. It is 26 miles from Heathrow International Airport and 49 miles from Gatwick International Airport.

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