Sloane Square SW1W


Sloane Square is an affluent area in Chelsea, central London. It is right in the centre between Belgravia, Pimlico and Chelsea. All of the areas boast similar architecture and contain expensive residential developments. Sloane Square is also an underground station on the District and Circle Lines, located between Victoria and South Kensington Stations. The station is in London transport fare zone 1.

Gay massage in Sloane Square

Our masseur Anthony resides in Sloane Square. Anthony offers massage sessions in his private flat, where everything is set up for your comfort and enjoyment. Other masseurs within an easy travelling distance from Sloane Square are Jordan in Leicester Square and Danny in Marble Arch. Alternatively, you might request the masseur to visit you at your home or hotel within transport fare zones 1 and 2. Travel to other areas might be possible on occasion, so please ask. To book gay massage in Sloane Square, call, text or Whatsapp us on 07492 898079 (+447492 898079 if calling from abroad).


Things to do near Sloane Square

Take in some art at the Saatchi Gallery

Saatchi Gallery is just a short walk away from the Sloane Square station, and your visit could easily take up two hours. It’s a classic modern art gallery – with pieces to hate and pieces to adore, and for the same reason it’s a great spot to visit with someone else. You won’t run out of conversation! There is also a lovely garden to the front if you fancy a stroll in pleasant surroundings.

Shop till you drop (or, alternatively, exercise good judgement)

Chelsea is a prime spot for shopping as there you can find both luxury goods and high street offerings. Even if there is nothing you need, you could easily lose an hour or two window shopping. You can find small boutiques selling modern art, homeware and fashion near Sloane Square, or follow King’s Road for a seemingly endless array of shops and restaurants. The huge Peter Jones department store (now owned by John Lewis) is right next to the station.

Meet the famous residents

As a historically affluent residential area, Sloane Square boasts some very famous residents. Look out for blue plaques and statues marking out the homes of Oscar Wilde, Mark Twain, Mozart, Bram Stoker and more. Most of these landmarks can be found to the south west and south east of the Sloane Square underground station, and are conveniently marked on Google Maps. On your walk, keep an eye out for the living famous – this area is still popular with musicians, actors, businessmen and fashion designers.