The name ‘Concierge’ is extremely important for us, and for our guests, as it is the Concierge who responds to our personal needs, providing any requested service at any time. Our Concierge Teams provide the ultimate in personal recognition; not only meeting but exceeding the expectations of our guests.
Our senior Concierges’ are members of the prestigious Society of Golden Keys, an internationally known association for fully qualified Concierge trained and recognised in providing the highest standard of services.
- Chauffeur services
- Transport tickets
- Airport linksChauffeur services
- Restaurants and Bars
- Theatre tickets
- London Bus Tours
Kensington and Chelsea first originated from Saxon settlements with both mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086. Royalty first moved into the area in 1689 when William III moved into Kensington Palace. Queen Victoria was born in Kensington Palace in 1819 and continued to reside there until her accession to the throne in 1837. With Queen Victoria’s wishes, the title "Royal Borough" was given to Kensington in 1901, after her death.
In the census of 1801, Kensington was recorded as having a population of 8,500, Chelsea 11,600. By 1831 this had risen to 32,371 and 20,902 for Kensington. It was only in 1861 that Kensington overtook its neighbour in population size.
The two boroughs were only united in 1965 to form the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
The Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is home to some of the most interesting and enjoyable attractions in London. From the ever-hip King’s Road in Chelsea to the more recently popular Notting Hill; the shopping heaven that is Kensington High Street;