The Cadogan Hotel, the former home of Oscar Wilde, who resided in Room 118 , will reopen in February 2019 as the Belmond Cadogan after a four-year, multi-million pound renovation. You will be right in the heart of Chelsea and in smelling distance of the local artisanal food spots.
First opened in 1887, the historic hotel retains elements of its original Queen Anne design, such as its wood-paneled walls, stained-glass windows, mosaic floors and wood-burning fireplaces.
Perfect for a weekend getaway the Hotel has a stunning libary and a wellness and fitness suite. You can book treatments through you stay to keep you calm in the hustle and bustle of London.
Adam Handling is taking care of all the culinary needs so you need not eave the sanctity of the Belmond. The restaurant and lounge has something for every taste, at any time of day. Dine on exceptionally executed modern British cuisine in the restaurant, or enjoy a traditional afternoon tea experience in the Lounge. Of course there is a bar for aperitifs and after supper drinks.