In a peaceful tree-lined square in fashionable Knightsbridge

Luxury Hotel in London

  • Luxury townhouse that was the haunt of Victorian aristocrats, politicians and celebrities
  • Eclectic décor and furnishings exude glamour and opulence
  • Fine dining with inventive dishes inspired by Italian cuisine

11 Cadogan Gardens

With bags of character and charm, 11 Cadogan Gardens is full of surprises. Behind the traditional Victorian façade are up-to-the-minute interiors where every detail engenders opulence and sophistication. Perfectly placed for designer shopping and sightseeing, this delightfully refreshing boutique hotel provides a cosy bar, private dining, and gym.

The lavish decor creates a sense of the dramatic at 11 Cadogan Gardens by incorporating an array of rich colours throughout. Plush brocade fabrics, gilt-edged mirrors and Murano glass chandeliers bring a somewhat decadent, yet glamorous ambiance to this historic building. The 56 elegant rooms and suites have an indisputable air of comfort and glamour.

A stone’s throw from Sloane Square and the designer boutiques of Sloane Street, 11 Cadogan Gardens is in the heart of Chelsea life. Knightsbridge, Harrods and the Saatchi Gallery are all around the corner the hotel while museums, galleries and Hyde Park are just a short stroll through the parks of London. A refreshing cocktail in the evening at the hotel bar followed by dinner is the perfect respite from a hectic day in the city.

  • 56 rooms
  • 1 restaurant
  • 4 floors
  • 1 lift

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The rooms

Location

NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE

  • The best experience close to the hotel is: discovering up-and-coming artists at the Saatchi Gallery. You can even get hands on with regular workshops. Or time your visit to see arty events including Scoop, BADA Art Fair and one-off exhibitions such as the Rolling Stones retrospective.
  • The most unique spot nearby is: the Chelsea Physic Garden. Edible and medicinal plants have bloomed here since the 17th century when London’s apothecaries used them in their concoctions. Later on, poets Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon were said to have spent time in the Garden convalescing during WW1.
  • Our hidden gem is: our library, where leather-bound books share the shelves with vintage copies of Punch. Or, if the sun shines, you can’t beat drinks on our tucked-away Terrace.
  • Guests can live like a local by: shopping at Saturday’s Duke of York Square Market. This is no ordinary set of stalls though. It’s dedicated to fine foods, where you can pick up everything from delicious dim sum to artisan doughnuts. If you’re not here on a weekend, take your taste buds to foodie favourite Pavilion Road instead, where cheesemongers rub shoulders with wine merchants.
  • Our favourite local restaurant is: Hawksmoor in Knightsbridge for quite possibly the finest steaks this side of New York, or The Ivy Chelsea Garden for dinner with a side of celebrity spotting. For farm-to-table fine dining, it’s difficult to match Five Fields. Just be sure to book well in advance.
  • Our favourite time of year here is: undoubtedly the annual RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May. Much more than simply a collection of flowers, it’s a one-of-a-kind celebration of the natural world – an open-air gallery for the green-fingered.
  • There’s no place in the world like: the boutiques of Sloane Street – London’s answer to Rodeo Drive. If you can’t get to London for Fashion Week, this is the place to pick up straight-from-the-catwalk designs.
  • The most adventurous thing to do near here is: seeing a different side to London on a kayaking tour. Starting at the Cremorne Riverside Centre in Chelsea, even first-timers can paddle the Thames past Big Ben at sunset or around Little Venice by day. It beats the view from a red bus.
  • The best selfie/photo spot nearby is: our neighbourhood during Chelsea in Bloom, when local businesses show off their best floral displays. If you don’t fancy the Chelsea Flower Show itself, you can grab a ‘Bloom’ map for a self-tour starting in Sloane Square.
  • For a breathtaking view, guests should go to: the free-to-visit Roof Gardens in High Street Kensington. There’s a Spanish, Tudor and whimsical woodland garden up here, all at skyscraper level.
  • The ideal night here would be to: catch classical music at Cadogan Hall. Or seek out the entrance to bootlegger favourite Barts. Once you’ve made it inside this ‘secret’ speakeasy near Sloane Square, you’ll need to search for menus hidden within vintage books stacked in the bookcases. Find one, order and party like it’s 1929.

Things to enjoy

Key Features

Air conditioning

Bar

Wi-Fi in room

24 hour room service

Wedding services

Check in
  • 02:00 PM
Check out
  • 12:00 PM
Hotel Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Bar
  • Business centre
  • Coffee shop
  • Disabled facilities
  • Internet access
  • Lift
  • Lounge
  • Meeting room
  • Non-smoking rooms available
  • Restaurant
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi available in rooms
Room Facilities
  • Adaptor plugs available
  • Air conditioning in room
  • Bath
  • Bath with shower
  • Bathrobe
  • Climate control
  • Desk
  • Free newspaper
  • Full size mirror
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet access in room
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Safe
  • Slippers
  • Tea or coffee facilities
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Wi-Fi in room
Services
  • 24 hour room service
  • Childcare service
  • Concierge
  • Doctor on call
  • Hairdresser
  • Laundry service
  • Masseuse
  • Multilingual staff
  • Petsitting services
  • Porter
  • Room service
  • Safety deposit box
  • Turndown service
  • Wedding services

Reviews

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