live up to 12 months
all bills inclusive
flexible contract length
8 min walk to Tube
3 min to bus stops
can be your home in 48hrs
TV in each room
The Dome Apartments provide rooms and studios in various locations across London catering for various lengths of stay. The Dome Sloane Square is located on Draycott Avenue, an elegant, peaceful residential street close to the river. With bundled bills, flexible contract length, fully furnished rooms, smooth next day move-in, regular cleaning and linen change, we knock out the extra stress, leaving you free to explore your new neighbourhood and enjoy living in London. Service living made simple.
Live in a space that’s got the convenience and accessibility to unlock all of London. The Dome Sloane Square rooms are all en-suite. Choose the facilities that suit you most: an en-suite room, a studio apartment, or a beautifully designed one bedroom apartment. Apartments come in various sizes and layouts. Move in for as little as 1 month or live up to a year – because we know flexibility matters.
Tucked in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Sloane Square can be found on the boundaries of the fashionable London districts of Knightsbridge, Belgravia and Chelsea. Home to the picturesque King’s Road, fasionable Sloane Street, world-class restaurants, shops, galleries and museums, Sloane Square is located in the perfect position to discover London’s rich cultural history. Known for its luxurious boutiques and cultural hotspots, Sloane Square is one of the most desirable places to live in London.
Escape into the green and explore the nearby parks; do not forget to grab some fresh bread from the local boulangerie on your way back. Both Hyde Park and Battersea Park are within 20 min walk or 9 min cycling.
Taste is not an issue here, with an eclectic mix of cafes, pubs and restaurants there is something for everyone. Brunch, roasts, pancakes or a 5* meal, the local area has it all. Fancy French, Italian, Japanese cuisine? Just name it - all within 5 min walking distance.
Sloane Square is a centre for London fashionista’s. Within 10 min walk you can find yourself on Sloane Street which is internationally recognised as one of the world's most exclusive luxury shopping destinations for designer and fashion goods.
Discover fossils in the Natural History Museum, explore space in the Science Museum, or see the incredible collection that began with Queen Victoria in the V&A. All within a 15 min walk and with permanent collections free to see.
Belgrave Square with communal gardens and tennis court - just 6 min cycle away, not to mention plenty of gym and yoga studios to choose from - all within 5 min walk. Chelsea FC’s home stadium is only 20 min ride by bus.
If culture is your thing, enjoy free-entry to the Saatchi Gallery on a rainy day or visit the Royal Court Theatre - both within 8 min walking distance. Fancy something different? Try contemporary art gallery Pontone (5 min walk).
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Visit one of the most famous department stores in London located on Brompton Road in Knightsbridge for luxurious fashion brands, souvenirs and its huge food hall. Harrods offers over 5,000 brands. The store's motto is Omnia Omnibus Unique, the Latin for "all things for all people, everywhere".Visit Website
One of the United Kingdom's most treasured and distinctive buildings and London's most iconic venues hosting more than 390 shows a year. The world's leading artists from many performance genres have appeared on its stage. It is the venue for some of the most notable events in British culture, in particular the Proms concerts, which have been held there every summer.Visit Website
World-renowned flower show held for five days each May. It is the most famous flower and landscape gardens show in the United Kingdom. The show is attended by members of the British Royal Family and attracts visitors from all continents.Visit Website
It is one of London’s top shopping locations. From iconic department store Peter Jones, luxurious boutiques and pop-ups to fine food markets and restaurants. Rich in history, it is the birthplace of British Punk and home to Vivienne Westwood’s first shop, World's End.Visit Website
The museum district of London, and on the cusp of Hyde Park. Perfect for a summer’s day of picnicking, or cosying up in the winter and seeing some of the spectacular free to visit collections of the museums.Visit Website
Tucked away behind the King's Road, this square is home to one of London’s best artisan food markets, the iconic Saatchi Gallery for modern art lovers, outstanding restaurants such as Manicomio (known for an authentic and highly regarded Italian food), and a curated selection of fashion, beauty and lifestyle stores..Visit Website
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