We Love —
- This contemporary hotel offers superb views and striking modern design
- The Chelsea Flower Show is packed with amazing plant displays and the best cutting edge garden designs
- Held every year since 1913 - don't miss out on the chance to attend this prestigious event!
The Chelsea Flower Show —
Chelsea is synonymous with the world’s most famous flower show, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Every year the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea are transformed into show gardens, inspirational small gardens and vibrant horticultural displays. Around the same time local businesses get into the festival spirit by decorating their windows for Chelsea in Bloom.
For five days in May, the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea will be transformed into the world’s greatest flower show.
Some of the show-stopping displays include:
Photographic exhibits and a floral arch to celebrate the 90th birthday of the RHS patron, HM the Queen.
A 60-foot carriage from Belmond British Pullman, which will form part of the 6,000sq ft planted-up station in the Great Pavilion.
The RHS Garden for Health, Happiness and Horticulture designed by Ann-Marie Powell, and the Modern Apothecary Garden designed by RHS Ambassador Jekka McVicar.
The memorable poppies tribute by Phillip Johnson at the entrance to the show.
Horticultural showman Diarmuid Gavin is back with The British Eccentrics Garden featuring bizarre garden gadgetry that comes to life every 15 minutes.
An acoustic garden inspired by world-leading percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie will play musical notes to visitors.
Horticultural inspiration from around the world, including Jordan, the Netherlands, Cambodia, Japan, Chile, Australia and more.
Please note: Your Chelsea Flower Show ticket will be valid for the second day of your stay.
The Chelsea flower show tickets will be sent to your address via signed delivery within 7 days of the stay and show.
Your Destination —
Chelsea - Home to some of London’s best restaurants, with Gordon Ramsay’s three-Michelin starred eponymous restaurant located on Royal Hospital Road. If you want something a little more laid-back the man himself’s favourite breakfast spot, VQ, is open 24-hours a day. Elsewhere, Scott Hallsworth’s growing empire of up-market oriental eateries Kurobuta and Joe’s Oriental Diner are well worth queuing for.
Chelsea is a great spot for blue plaque hunting, with famous former residents ranging from George Eliot’s last home at 4 Cheyne Walk, to Alfred Hitchcock’s family home and second studio at 153 Cromwell Road. Other famous residents include James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Sylvia Pankhurst.
Your Hotel —
Welcome to the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Docklands Riverside, located along the River Thames with stunning views of Canary Wharf – perfect for travellers looking to make the most out of London.
This former 17th century Wharf Building boasts exposed brickwork and London’s last dry dock for shipbuilding. The hotel’s complimentary ferry provides access to Canary Wharf and a connection to the Thames Clippers for an unforgettable voyage into central London.
Providing a mix of elegant dining, comfortable accommodation and leisure amenities, the hotel is large enough to provide all the mod-cons you expect, along with a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
- Terrace Restaurant
- Terrace Lounge Bar
- Free WiFi in public areas
- 378 rooms
- Fitness room
Some services may incur additional charges, payable locally.
Your Room —
This offer is based on a Standard Room
Your Board Basis —
This offer is based on a bed and breakfast stay.
Columbia. The newly refurbished restaurant and bar, 'Columbia', is located in the Grade 1 Listed Columbia Wharf and offers seasonal produce and international variety. For private dining and exceptional experiences this would be the perfect choice to end your day. Enjoy the international breakfast, all day dining, live cooking and cocktails while overlooking Canary Wharf and The Thames.
Terrace Restaurant. See the city laid out before you from the alfresco terrace of this London bar. Enjoy a relaxing glass of wine by the Thames as you watch the world go by. Inside, this sleek modern bar has a plasma screen with the latest news and sport.
Library Bar. Guests seeking a tranquil respite will enjoy this bar, which can accommodate 30 guests. Enjoy a cup of coffee in total comfort next to the fireplace or book a private dining experience for friends and family.
Lounge Bar. The River Thames and Canary Wharf are the backdrop to dining here. Boats and liners sail by as guests try classic international cuisine or a slice of British fare. This London restaurant's traditional decor and daily menu are firm favourites.
The Snug. Enjoy selections from the Columbia restaurant menu in this stylish space, ideal for intimate gatherings of up to 14 guests. Savour the light bites, bar snacks, Pimm’s and your favorite cocktails.
Your Journey —
Transport is not included in this offer.
Canary Wharf station is only a short walk from the hotel. If you take the Jubilee line, please alight at Canary Wharf underground station, head southwest and turn right towards S Colonnade. After 177 feet, turn left towards S Colonnade and turn left again onto S Colonnade after 0.1 mile. At Westferry Circus, take the third exit and take the stairs to Canary Wharf Pier. From Canary Wharf Pier, we operate a complimentary two-minute ferry ride directly to the hotel.
When taking the DLR, please alight at Canary Wharf DLR Station and head west on S Colonnade. After 285 feet, continue straight onto Cabot Square and turn slightly left after 331 feet onto West India Ave. After 0.1 mile, take the third exit and take the stairs to Canary Wharf Pier. From Canary Wharf Pier, the hotel offers a complimentary two-minute ferry ride directly to the hotel.
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