What is it? I say Jeeves, isn't this the old Chesham House Hotel in Belgravia? It's on Ebury Street, one of London's toffiest residential areas and forms part of the Grosvenor Estate, owned by the family of the Duke of Westminster. What was once an old-fashioned, musty bed and breakfast is now a modern collection of light-filled studios. Think classic Georgian exteriors wrapped around sleek Scandinavian interiors in a street where Mozart and Alfred Tennyson once lived. What are the rooms like? The six-storey building has: a garden studio that sleeps up to five guests; and two superior studios, four standard studios and two compact studios, all sleeping up to two guests. All have a compact kitchen, windows open, radiators can be individually controlled and fans are available during hot weather. What else do I need to know? After a five-minute walk from Victoria mainline rail station, coach station and Underground, guests check in at 66 Ebury Street for their key and the entry code. A continental breakfast is placed in the fridge each night and includes cereals, fruit juice, pastries and muffins, preserves, cheeses and fresh fruit. House-trained pets are welcome and complimentary bicycles are available on request. What about dining? Ken Lo's Memories of China restaurant at 65 Ebury Street and the country-style French cuisine at Poule au Pot at No 231 are extremely popular. Around the corner, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay dishes-up venison and foie gras with attitude. What's the bottom line? A compact studio is priced at GBP120 (HK$1,470) and a garden studio GBP250. The Studios@82 is on Ebury Street (the administrative address is No 64), Belgravia, London, Britain, tel: 44 20 7259 8570; www.bb-belgravia.com .