11 Cadogan Gardens
Town House and Boutique Hotels
A Queen Anne revival townhouse hotel in the heart of Chelsea
Number 11 Cadogan Gardens is a premium Town House Hotel in a superb location. You will have the feeling of being part of a neighbourhood at the same time only a 12-minute walk from Harrods and a 10-minute Taxi ride to Buckingham Palace. Heathrow is less than 45 minutes by car.
The immediate neighbourhood has a range of independent shops of Pavilion Road just outside the door, the famous shopping street of ‘The Kings Road’ is a hop skip and a jump along with a vast number of high-end restaurants.
The Chelsea Bar has a relaxed moody feel and offers light bites cocktails, beers and extensive wine list. Enjoy your breakfast in the delightfully modern Hans Bar and Grill; lunch and dinner menus have variety. It is a place for all occasions; you have sharing plates, seasonal salads, posh sandwiches, burgers, lamb and fish – plus children’s menu.
Town House of Illusion
The hotel comprises of four interconnecting townhouses; an illusion created makes the hotel seem petite, especially as you enter through a single door in a terrace of Victorian houses. Once inside the house transforms into four homes attached cleverly with bars, lounges and restaurants. The slightly unusual layout may find some guests confused, but intrigued.
Days of Empire
In the days of The British Empire, during the 19th Century, progressive travelling Victorian's wanted to stay in the neighbourhood of artists, poets and radicals. I suppose we would call it a trendy or cool place to stay, although that certainly has not changed. Number 11 Cadogan Gardens is in a prime location, ideally situated for the Royal Courts of Kensington Palace, a short hop to Buckingham Palace, not lost on Victorian travellers. In nearby Knightsbridge a young and ambitions grocer set up shop in The Brompton Road, that shop is called "Harrods". Branded Harrods goods were sold to residence and hotels alike. In those early days, nobody would have known that the store would go on to be the most famous of all.
Times moved on, and Number 11 became a private members club, that cachet remains at the hotel, I'm sure guests notice the air of exclusivity. The wood panelling and paintings do give the hotel that aristocratic feel. The London club scene was a vital aspect of a gentleman's diary, and now Private Clubs are still thriving in the city, but now not exclusive to men, of course.
Mini Village Location
Number 11 is now part of a pretty neighbourhood of independent shops on Pavilion Road, a new village with a pedestrianised street. Stay and come and discover fashion boutiques, wine merchants, cheesemonger, butcher, baker, a barber, general store and fishmongers. Enjoy a coffee and pastry on Pavilion Road and watch the people of Kensington drift by.
11 Cadogan Gardens - Town Houses and Boutique Hotels
Be part of the London neighbourhood of Chelsea, a short hop to Harrods and Buckingham Palace
- Bespoke amenities
- Room upgrade upon arrival subject to availability
- Neighbourhood location, walk to Buckingham palace
- Activities and spa on-site
- Room TAX reductions subject to conditions
- Complimentary welcome drinks
The Wine Room
Superior Room Two
Cadogan Suite Three
Cadogan Suite Two
Cadogan Suite One
Steak Night at Hans Bar and Grill
The Sloane Suite walk through
The Sloane Suite Lounge
The Sloane Suite
Signature Suite Four
Scallops at Hans Bar and Grill
The Red Suite
Junior Suite Two
Junior Suite One
Street Frontage of the Hotel
Pavilion Road - Independent Shops
Superior Room Three
Entrance to 11 Cadogan Gardens
Hans Bar and Grill with Portraits
Relaxed seating at the Chelsea Bar
Chelsea Bar Lounge
Afternoon Tea at 11 Cadogan Gardens
Casual Dining at Hans Bar and Grill
Hans Bar and Grill from Pavilion Row