Charming Chelsea offers shopping opportunities that are considered to be some of the best in the world. You’ll find independent boutiques across the entire district, all of which are well worth a visit, as well as renowned markets such as Notting Hill Farmer’s Market and London’s most famous, Portobello Market. Whether you’re looking for high-street brands or luxury designer labels, Chelsea is filled with choices that will simply exceed all your expectations.
Kings Road: This renowned road is obsessed with shopping. You’ll find an eclectic mix of trendy boutiques, unique labels, designer shops and high-street labels, alongside a number of cafes and eateries.
Kings Road Antiques Market: A 15-minute walk from Sloane Square, this bustling market is home to stalls selling quirky figurines, mirrors, paintings, watches and ceramics.
Duke of York Square: Home to a unique mix of fashion, beauty and lifestyle retailers, including one of Europe’s largest Zara stores.
Harrods: Standing proudly on Brompton Road, Harrods is the world’s most famous department store, often labelled as a famous London landmark rather than just a “shop”.
Peter Jones: This large department store (owned by John Lewis) is situated on Sloane Square, mainly covering homeware and technology. You’ll also find a delightful café on the top floor, where you can unwind and enjoy a well-deserved coffee.
Bluebird Shop: Shop for luxury designer products and labels at this large store attached to the Bluebird Restaurant and bar.