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A sunday in London: welcome to the Cadogan, Knightsbridge

The typical British charm, the elegant Victorian facade in the elegant district of Knightsbridge, London.

April 18th, 2014
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The typical British charm, the elegant Victorian facade in the elegant district of Knightsbridge, London. The rooms and the hospitality expressly thought to host refined customers that love Beauty, Tea Time, walks in Hyde Park, all surrounded by the green and the peace of one of the most exclusive area of London.

This how The Cadogan became The Cadogan: at 75 Sloane Streetonce there was the house of Lady Lillie Langtry, famous actress who lived between nineteenth and twentieth century, well-known for being the lover of King Edward VII.

After she sold her house, for a period the room number 118 hosted the writer and poet Oscar Wilde.

Today, that Victorian mood is divided into two charm hotels – the second one is the “N°11″ and it is at 11 Cadogan Gardens.

In 2012 the “first” and original Cadogan celebrated its 125th anniversary; but today, as in the past, tea is timely served with all the English ritual.

In the same way, the concierge service is ready to host the guests, that come here after a day of shopping, with the best regard (it’s not a coincidence if in 2011 Golden Key chose this service as the best in the world). The Cadogan is very close to Sloane Street and its important boutiques such as Chanel, Gucci, Prada, Hermes, and to the most famous London department stores: Harvey Nichols and Harrods.

For an amazing dinner under the Big Ben choose the restaurant “N°11” with the star-cuisine of Sacha Williams-Herrington. Enjoy your metropolitan trip mixing the best English countryside tradition with the health spa, the gym and the tennis court.

Is this the reason why The Cadogan still remains one of the most loved hotels in London?

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