London: 11 Cadogan Gardens

Built by Lord Chelsea in the late 19th century as part of the prestigious Cadogan Estate, 11 Cadogan Gardens originally comprised four separate Victorian townhouses, which explains the myriad of corridors, staircases and hallways throughout the hotel.The townhouses were later converted into a hotel which, due to its prestigious location, became vastly popular as a home away from home for travelling Victorian aristocrats, politicians and bon viveurs.

The property was formerly a private members’ club and the sense of privacy and exclusivity still remains. Opulent, dramatic and decadent are the style cues that echo around the hotel and a sense of individuality prevails. There are 56 boutique guest rooms, including 25 suites that have been designed to be as memorable as they are luxurious, each completely different.

For an unrivalled hotel experience look no further than the magnificent 1,300 square feet Sloane Suite. Guests who book the Sloane Suite package receive endless special amenities including luxury return car airport transfers, Taittinger champagne, afternoon tea in-suite, Ormonde Jayne amenities, 11 Cadogan Gardens bathrobes and slippers to keep and much more.

Located on the first floor, this exceptional suite, with antique furniture and floor-to-ceiling windows has stunning views over Cadogan Gardens. Combining a classic colour scheme of gold, cream and black, with a canopied four poster bed and chandeliers, guests can relax in the elegant and spacious living area. And, if travelling with friends or family, the Sloane Suite interconnects with two of the hotel’s spacious Signature Suites to create a private house with its
own entrance.

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