Chelsea/Kensington

Chelsea/Kensington Travel Guide

Articles about Chelsea/Kensington

By Mark Ellwood
Barnsbury “My wife and I live in Barnsbury, just north of King’s Cross. It’s basically an 18th-century village within the city: tree-lined streets; elegant Georgian terraces. I love to sit in the lush green park at the center of Lonsdale Square. ...
q. I keep hearing that Colombia is gorgeous and that the old city of Cartagena is stunning. But is the country safe?--M.S., Carlsbad, Calif.a. You're right, Cartagena does have incredible 19th-century architecture, great restaurants, and a livel...

Hotels in Chelsea/Kensington

Centrally located in Knightsbridge, the Jumeirah Carlton Tower hotel is within a five-minute walk of major attractions, including Harrods and the Sloane Street designer stores, which range from Louis Vuitton to Giorgio Armani.

Restaurants in Chelsea/Kensington

Tom's Kitchen is chef Tom Aiken's (with his twin brother, Robert) second place, done up like a fantasy Edwardian country-house kitchen. The food is plain, simple, and delicious - like the enormous wooden slab of charcuterie.