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Chelsea incorporates, Sloane Street and the King’s Road. To the north, Chelsea meets Knightsbridge and South Kensington and runs as far northwest as Fulham Road. To the west is Kensington with the Royal Albert Hall and Kensington Palace and Gardens. South Kensington is a vibrant area that offers a variety of eateries and a collection of free museums to enjoy; these include The V&A and the Natural History Museum.
Within close proximity to some of London’s most highly desirable and affluent areas in prime central London, Kensington and Chelsea attract an eclectic mix of high-end businesses. 81 Fulham Road offers a choice of six exquisitely designed and appointed meeting rooms accommodating up to 12 people, three of the meeting rooms also have the flexibility to be combined and converted into one large boardroom seating 22 Boardroom style or 60 Theatre style.
The Kensington and Chelsea area benefits from excellent transport links. South Kensington station is served by the Circle, District and Piccadilly Lines. Numerous bus routes serve the area providing easy access to the west end and beyond. Victoria Station also provides access to the National Rail, coach interchange and Victoria tube station (Circle, District and Victoria lines).