Built by Lord Chelsea in the late 19th century and originally comprised four separate Victorian town houses, 11 Cadogan Gardens is a fascinating 19th-century boutique hotel in the heart of fashionable Chelsea life.
11 Cadogan Gardens, London's only Relais and Chateâux hotel, is situated just a stone’s throw from Sloane Square and the designer boutiques of Sloane Street, whilst Knightsbridge, Harrods and the Saatchi Gallery are all around the corner. With a fabulous location in such a prestigious area, the hotel became vastly popular as a home from home for travelling Victorian aristocrats, politicians and bon viveurs. In that progressive era, the area was known as something of a bohemian quarter, attracting notable personalities including radicals, artists and poets. Stay over in one of 56 guest rooms including 25 suites, with no two alike. From the lavish and opulent Sloane Suite furnished with antiques and overlooking the leafy Cadogan Gardens, to The Cadogan Suites in the old mews building overlooking Pavilion Road offering their own secluded entrances.
The Apartments by 11 Cadogan Gardens, are located a stone’s throw away from the hotel at number 20 Cadogan Gardens and combines the luxury of fully serviced apartments with the discretion, comfort and security of a private residence. The terrace and conservatory provide the ultimate sunny haven to experience a quintessentially British afternoon tea, whilst the Hans’ Bar and Grill is perfect for a brief elevenses meet up or intimate late-night dinner. The unashamedly moody and seductive Chelsea Bar is a theatrical setting in which to kick back and enjoy a signature Negroni. Graced with a traditional Victorian façade and rich in history, heritage and intrigue, 11 Cadogan Gardens has also been listed among ‘The Best Hotels in London’ in Condé Nast Traveller’s prestigious Readers’ Travel Awards and has five AA Red Stars.