Our facilities provide you the assurance of being in a hospital recognised as one of the safest places to have a baby in London, while enjoying the quality of care you would expect from a private maternity unit. We work closely with other specialist consultants and organisations, such as the expert consultant paediatric surgeons and cardiologists from the Royal Brompton Hospital who we share a close working relationship with.
The Kensington Wing is designed to be a comprehensive maternity unit with private consultation rooms for your antenatal appointments, a medical day assessment unit, three labour rooms, a water-birthing suite, a nursery, 14 postnatal en-suite bedrooms and a luxury postnatal suite.
Our delivery rooms are furnished with all the equipment necessary to monitor you and your baby during labour and birth. As a forward-thinking unit, we encourage choices in birth position and can provide birth balls, beanbags, floor mats, birthing stools, and birthing pools.
We aim to provide you with the highest level of comfort, and all our rooms are designed to feel like a home away from home, ensuring your privacy at all times. They all include en-suite facilities and wi-fi access as well as a television, refrigerator, hair dryer, complimentary toiletries and a custom-built bed for your partner.
As a comprehensive maternity unit we offer the services you would expect in a luxury hotel, and our friendly team is on hand to provide 24-hour room service. Each day, you will be able to choose your meal from our à la carte menus, designed in collaboration with our expert dieticians and prepared by our dedicated team of talented chefs. If you have a request for any dish not shown on the menu, please ask our catering team; we can accommodate almost all dietary needs or preferences.
For the ultimate birthing experience, consider our luxury postnatal maternity suite, which provides the most exclusive maternity service in London.
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital itself boasts a modern, airy, spacious environment with ample open-plan spaces and natural light from a transparent roof over a five-storey main atrium.
Through the Hospital Arts Programme, we have displayed more than 1,500 works of art throughout the building, and regularly arrange concerts and performances for patients, visitors and staff to enjoy.