The Chelsea Harbour Hotel is part of Millennium Hotels and Resorts and is a new discovery for me. Nestled as you may guess – in the Chelsea Harbour – it is a beauty. The location is private, quiet and a little bit more Monacco than London. With yachts slowly moving from side to side in the harbour, the Thames running right behind the hotel and what brings you back to London is the stunning view of the London Eye, and the City in the distance.

The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts
The views and the sunset
The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts
The marina

The Penthouse suite

The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts
Champagne welcome

The suite is absolutely gorgeous, floor to ceiling windows opening up to a huge balcony overlooking the above mentioned view. I have not seen a more beautiful setting yet in London. The reason I say this is – hotels rarely have terraces in London, so although the view from the window may be stunning, there is always that little something missing by not being able to go out and admire it. The Chelsea Harbour Hotel offers that exactly missing piece – have a coffee or a cocktail on your terrace and admire the yachts, the Thames and the beautiful city views.

The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts

The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts
The polka dots motif is just so cute
The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts
Coffee and food in bed – favourite thing

Back inside the decor has enough personality to make me love it and not overwhelm me. The suite is modern and yet there is a lot of character in the details around it, making it cosy and comfy. There is a walk in wardrobe, and a glam area. You get a TV in the bathtub, so πŸ˜‰

The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts
The balcony outside the bedroom
The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts
Cheers to weekends well spent

The bed is amazing, comfy and huge. Also, I love the dome like window in the bedroom opening up to the terrace again, I thought it was a beautiful detail of making the room more interesting than just being a square.

The Spa

The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts
Game of light

One of the other unique features of the Chelsea Harbour hotel is the Spa. Beautiful area with a huge indoors pool, space for relaxation and amazing light coming through the windows all day long. If you fancy a treatment you can just head upstairs, where you will be greeted with herbal teas, dim light, comfy relaxation area and really skilled therapists. I had a 30 minute back massage and it was a very relaxing experience.

The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts
Treatment room colour palette love

The restaurant

The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts
My favourite starter

I do visit a lot of places but the service in the restaurant at the Chelsea Harbour hotel was amazing. The staff was super attentive, friendly and recommending food and drinks, making sure we had the best of time. I absolutely loved it and the food was so good. I have realised that I always order pannacotta desserts wherever I go. Apparently this is my favourite dessert, and if you are into it, definitely visit the restaurant for one. IT WAS DELICIOUS, really good, I wish I had a life long supply of it good.

The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts
As a self proclaimed pannacotta connoisseur, I can recommend this one πŸ™‚

Breakfast in the room was yet another amazing experience, as I could have it on the terrace and the weather was a treat. Sunny London, blue skies and 20+ degrees, see why I reference Monaco?

The Chelsea Harbour hotel, Millennium Hotels and Resorts
Brekkie anyone?

I can totally recommend the Chelsea Harbour Hotel, the overall experience was just superb.

This post is in partnership with Millennium Hotels and Resorts for #MyMillennium

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