London, England

The Cadogan - A Belmond hotel

Prestigious getaway in the heart of London

Sophisticated retreat in historic Knightsbridge

Located in the prestigious area of Knightsbridge, The Cadogan is a tranquil sanctuary amidst the vibrant energy of London. The hotel celebrates its rich history with rooms and suites that beautifully blend historical elegance with contemporary luxury. Here, you can reside in the historic suite once occupied by Oscar Wilde or enjoy the panoramic city views from the penthouse.

Just steps away, the renowned shopping area of Knightsbridge awaits, along with the artistic charm of Chelsea, where boutiques and trendy spots abound. After a day of city exploration, unwind by the fireplace with your favourite beverage or enjoy the serenity of the private gardens. For an invigorating workout, the state-of-the-art fitness suite provides everything needed.

Highlights

Exclusive access to the Cadogan Estate private gardens

Well-equipped fitness suite

Restaurant serving delicious cuisine and a touch of tableside theatre

Elegant lounge area with fireplace serving bespoke beverages

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