Once a private ‘member’s only’ club, London’s No. 11 Cadogan Gardens has undergone refurbishment to become a hotel.
No.11 Cadogan Gardens in Chelsea, part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, is situated in one of London’s most prestigious areas, minutes from one of the world’s foremost shopping districts.
The boutique hotel features 54 bespoke guest rooms and four self-contained one bedroom suites. Every room features ornate headboards; four poster beds; baroque chaise longues; Murano glass chandeliers and delicate fabrics, and comes fully equipped with the latest technology.
The bar area is purposefully evocative of film noir and serves a full range of classic and innovative cocktails, fine wines, beers and dining menus. The restaurant serves up a selection of modern European food to be enjoyed in a floor-to-ceiling windowed room, with mirrored ceilings and chandeliers. Private dining is available for up to 30 guests, while an open-air courtyard can seat 12.
Numerous public relaxation areas are dotted throughout the hotel including a library. The hotel can also cater for meetings and events for six to 60 people. No. 11 also has a gym, where personal trainers are available for one-to-one tuition.
No.11 was built in the late 19th century and became a ‘home-from-home’ for aristocrats, politicians and celebrities. The hotel has maintained its reputation for over a century and its recent refurbishment aims to combine its romantic past and style with the latest modern facilities.
Image: No.11’s restaurant.