Beautiful hotel suites on Chelsea's Sloane Street
In Beaverbrook Town House
Our magnificent open plan suites unashamedly embrace their theatrical namesakes with a dramatic display of plush velvet adorned beds, gloriously whimsical lighting, sumptuous furnishings and delightful original features. Generous bathrooms star glossy tiles and beautifully finish our exceptional and unique accommodation brimming with historic playhouse charm.
INSIDE THE ROOM
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- Super king size bed
- Flat screen TV
- 35-41 sqm (377-441 sqft)
- Sipsmith Sloe Gin
- Complimentary minibar
- Underfloor heating in bathroom
- Bamford toiletries
- Bathrobe and slippers
- Air conditioning
- Nespresso coffee machine
Royal Opera House
The magnificent Royal Opera House, with its distinctive grand classical portico, plays host to a glittering showcase of the most accomplished ballet and opera productions in the world. Known simply as Covent Garden, after its famous location, this venerable theatre is the third to be built on this site, and is home to The Royal Opera, The Royal Ballet, and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.
The Old Vic
High drama and intrigue combined with great art have been the enduring features of The Old Vic’s rich 200-year history. Home to such stage titans as John Gielgud, Peter O’Toole, Maggie Smith, and of course Laurence Olivier - who launched his fledgling National Theatre Company here - The Old Vic, from its inception, was famous for bringing the art form to “the common people”, and has rarely failed to be a trendsetter.
Music and laughter, melodrama and shocking real-life drama are colourful features of the historic Adelphi Theatre. If you’d taken a stroll down London’s famous Strand at any time over the last 200 years, you would have found a playhouse on the site where the Adelphi Theatre now stands. Having celebrated its bicentenary in 2006, the current theatre is the fourth construction of this enduringly popular venue.
The beautifully ornate and elegant Garrick Theatre is one of the finest remaining working examples of an authentic Victorian theatre in London’s glittering theatreland. With less than 700 seats, it is also one of the West End’s more intimate theatres and is best known for its spectacular hit comedies and comedy-dramas.
The Savoy Theatre, set right next to the world-renowned Savoy Hotel, is a gem in the crown of West End theatres, and the birthplace of an enduringly popular genre of Victorian English comic opera, known as The Savoy Operas. Composed by talented musical duo Gilbert & Sullivan, these satirically humorous melodic operettas were a seminal influence in the formation of modern musical theatre.
Theatre Royal Haymarket (known as the Haymarket), which sits in the heart of London’s glittering theatreland, is the epitome of refined elegance. Founded in 1720 at the dawn of England’s Georgian era, London’s third-oldest working playhouse has a rich and colourful history.