At the time of its construction, the architects, builders and craftsmen of Ill Bottaccio intended to create a building that would make an unforgettable impression on the London Society of the day. Two centuries later, the impact remains the same. This striking and well-established venue is set in an excellent location in an attractive area of central London.
An oasis of green in the middle of Chelsea, The Chelsea Gardener provides a unique and charming space for private or corporate drinks parties and sit down dinners. Intimate yet spacious, The Chelsea Gardener offers a number of elegant options in the heated showroom, covered and uncovered outdoor garden areas and the stunning and intimate orangeries. Accommodating up to 400 people, the venue is available for evening events all year around to transport guests to a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
The Royal Hospital Chelsea is a retirement and nursing home for a group of British soldiers who are now unfit for active duty due to injury or old age. Naturally it's located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and the residents in the Royal Hospital are "in-pensioners" but are known as Chelsea pensioners. It was founded in 1682 by King Charles II to provide soldiers with a fitting home in their retirement.
Petyt Hall is a wonderful venue, just a few steps away from Chelsea Old Church, designed by John Simpson and Partners (who also designed the new picture gallery at Buckingham Palace).
It is a very elegant hall, beautifully decorated, and an excellent venue for any kind of reception, such as a wedding or cocktail party. It can also be used for lunches and for any other private or business occasion. Lectures or meetings can also be held there; it is large enough to seat approximately 80+ people. Tables and chairs can be supplied for any of these functions.