Royal Hospital Chelsea

Founded in 1682 by Charles II and designed by Sir christopher Wren with interiors by Richard Adams, the Royal Hospital was built as a ‘retreat for veterans broken by age and war’. For over 300 years it has been providing care for former soldiers of the British Army and is home to the famous scarlet-coated Chelsea Pensioners.

Set in the heart of fashionable Chelsea, a stone’s throw from the King’s Road and with stunning views across the Thames, the Royal Hospital offers a range of versatile indoor and outdoor spaces for celebrations and special events. The Grade One and Two listed buildings house exquisite period interiors that feature a wealth of architectural detail; whilst outside, spacious and elegant courtyards create the perfect setting for any occasion.


In addition to its beautiful surroundings, the Royal Hospital can provide a team of multi-disciplined, dedicated and experienced events specialists to ensure that any occasion is truly memorable.

 

Features

  • 7 multi-function event spaces
  • Located in the heart of Chelsea
  • Gade II listed building
  • Home to the scarlet-coated Chelsea Pensioners

Minimum Capacity

40

Maximum Capacity

400

Contact

T 020 8961 1510

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