A STYLISH RETREAT IN THE HEART OF CHELSEA
What makes us Different, Better, Special?
At the crossroads of the most stylish neighbourhoods in London: Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Belgravia.
Belmond Cadogan opened in 2019 following the multi-million pound sensitive restoration of a heritage building; dating back from 1887. In the early 19th century, it was there that actress Lillie Langtry had secret assignations with the Prince of Wales and became close friend with fellow resident Oscar Wilde. The Bright Young People of the 1920s - bohemian artists and socialites - adopted the hotel as their meeting place; in the 1980s, Vogue models and photographers were drawn to its quintessential Britishness.
54 keys, including 39 suites and 15 bedrooms. Possibility to arrange an exclusive use of the hotel. A wide range of connectivity options, from two-bedroom to seven-bedroom suites.
A gourmet restaurant, elegant bar and tea lounge, showcasing the very best of British ingredients and imaginative cuisine, by Chef Patron Adam Handling. ‘Best Contemporary Afternoon Tea in the UK’ by Afternoon Tea Awards 2019.
Cadogan Place Gardens reserved to our in-house guests. Hotel private entrance via 21 Pont Street.
‘Oscar & Lillie’ private event rooms flooded in natural daylight through stained glass windows.
Shopping in Knightsbridge and Chelsea, privileged access to key London galleries and museums.
For grander European travel experiences, guests can combine a stay at Belmond Cadogan Hotel with a day trip aboard Belmond British Pullman from Victoria Station; take the iconic Venice Simplon-Orient-Express to Venice and overnight at Belmond Hotel Cipriani; or escape to the English country at Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons in Oxfordshire.