Why You Will Love It
Built in 1887 (yes – the same year Brownell was founded!), The Cadogan, a Belmond Hotel has a storied past, playing host to artists, actors, and aristocrats including Oscar Wilde and Lillie Langtry. The hotel reopened in 2019 after a two-year, multi-million dollar renovation, and it seamlessly blends it’s rich history with contemporary touches.
The intimate feel. With only 54 rooms, you feel like you’re coming back to your chic London flat and the warm, personalized service makes you feel right at home. Add that as a guest you can access the private Cadogan Place Gardens next door, and you’re truly feeling like a Chelsea resident.m
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Taking time to notice the design touches of the hotel, from the bronze cast of 600 books to Swarovski crystal peacock to original mosaic floor that was part of Lillie Langtry’s home.
The Cadogan is home to Adam Handling, Chelsea, a divine restaurant named after the chef that serves classic British cuisine with a modern twist. The Bart and Terrace is the perfect spot to enjoy a cocktail or light fare after a day in the city. And of course, no stay in London is complete without Afternoon Tea, and for that you can go to Cadogan’s.
Located on Sloane Street between artsy Chelsea and polished Knightsbridge, The Cadogan is in a prime location for exploring London. The hotel overlooks the Cadogan Place Gardens – a private spot that hotel guests can access.
The Cadogan is about a 35-minute drive from Heathrow Airport (LHR). You can take a taxi or your advisor can arrange a private transfer. The Sloane Square tube station is also next door.