The Cadogan is a stylish retreat, with just 54 suites and rooms, the hotel offers a warm welcome in the heart of Chelsea.
On the crossroads of chic Chelsea and glamourous Knightsbridge, guests can access both luxury shopping and the museums and theatres of the area. Rich in history and heritage, with many a tale to tell from the mis-adventures of Oscar Wilde and Lillie Langtree to legacy of Sir Hans Sloane.
The Cadogan celebrates British culture, design and quirky eccentricity, every detail weaves the past together with the present.
When guests step inside they will discover their home-from-home in the heart of London’s most fashionable neighbourhood.
Our rooms and suites blend classic British charm with modern style and elegance, every detail honouring the hotel’s rich heritage. Flashes of bold colour, vibrant flowers and captivating works of art offset luxurious neutral fabrics.
After an afternoon in the bustle of London, our serene private gardens are a breath of fresh air.
An elegant garden featuring ornamental planting, sweeping lawns and tennis courts, Cadogan Place Gardens have remained relatively unchanged since it was laid out in 1886. Today it also boasts a selection of impressive trees, adding to the sense of privacy and exclusivity. We’ll provide blankets, deck chairs and board games; all guests have to do is sit back, and let the time slip by. A gourmet alfresco picnic, prepared by our expert chefs, can also be provided and set up for guests in the garden.
Cadogan Place Gardens offer beautiful tennis courts. Guests can speak to our concierge about reserving a court — we can also provide all the equipment needed.
The Cadogan is home to some of the best restaurants in London; from an elegant modern British dinner to the best afternoon tea London has to offer.
- The Restaurant – guests will experience British cuisine as you’ve never seen it before. National classics are reinvented with daring modern style under the expert eye of our acclaimed Head Chef
- The Bar – whether morning tea, an afternoon cocktail or an evening nightcap, The Bar is the perfect place to raise a toast in the tradition of Oscar Wilde.
- The afternoon tea lounge – guests can savour a traditional afternoon tea or a light lunch in our inviting lounge.
Activities in London
Shopping in London – with our enviable position in the heart of one of the city’s most fashionable neighbourhoods, we’re the perfect starting point for a London shopping spree. Guests can take the main exit out to Knightsbridge for big labels and luxury brands. Or they can take the side exit and explore the boutiques, artisanal delis and quirky galleries of Chelsea.
Theatre – just moments away from the hotel guests will find the Royal Court. Acclaimed as ‘the writer’s theatre’, it is one of the city’s leading spaces for encouraging undiscovered and emerging talent from the writing sphere.
Cadogan Hall – set in the heart of Chelsea, boasting just 950 seats and exceptional acoustics, Cadogan Hall is the venue of choice for the world’s leading orchestras. There are also a variety of choral performances, contemporary concerts and ballet recitals held throughout the year.
Saatchi Gallery – art lovers will rejoice at the world famous Saatchi Gallery, just a short walk away from The Cadogan. Established less than 30 years ago, this stunning contemporary art gallery has always remained committed to showcasing the best undiscovered talent. The gallery serves as a springboard, and has helped to launch the careers of artists like Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin.
Chelsea Physic Garden – once known as the Apothecary’s Garden, the Chelsea Physic Garden was established in 1673 and is London’s oldest botanical garden. Throughout the grounds you can discover and learn more about some 5,000 different medicinal, herbal, edible, and useful plants.
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