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|"Very nice atmosphere, excellent location."||(in 64 reviews)|
|"Fab bed great location lovely staff."||(in 30 reviews)|
|"Beautifully appointed and in a perfect location."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"The room had a small window"||(in 11 reviews)|
|"First room was dark."||(in 27 reviews)|
|"a bit shabby"||(in 4 reviews)|
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Location is amazing. Off the bustling path.
Coffee could have been better!
Its location and coziness.
Stayed only for one day instead of three. The room was too small and the hotel overvalued.
a bit dark and a small room
The location is perfect and discreet. The price is reasonable with VAT and breakfast included, its difficult to find this standard in a good location in London. The hotel rooms are quaint and clean. It feels like coming home to a quiet space.
Breakfast could be more varied especially if your stay is a long one. The staff are friendly but could be a bit more dynamic. Carpets need to be cleaned.
11 Cadogan Gardens is a five-star hotel in the heart of London, England. Part of the popular Kensington and Chelsea areas of the city it is a gorgeous Edwardian era brick building (comprised of four houses converted into one) that is an award-winning “Small Luxury Hotels of the World”. Because of its setting, visitors are just steps from world-class shopping at such spots as Harrods and Sloane Street. However, the property is also within minutes of the Victoria and Albert Museum, Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, Piccadilly Circus, Big Ben and Parliament, the London Eye, and much more. The Victoria Coach Station is half a mile from the hotel.
Because of its status as a premier hotel, guests are treated with the utmost in attention and service from the moment they arrive. They are welcome to the many amenities that include a private terrace and garden, shuttle services, a concierge desk, the in-house library, business services, use of the modern and appealing fitness center, laundry services (for a fee) and meals in the hotel’s signature eateries. These include Hans’ Bar and Grill and the Chelsea Bar, and there is always afternoon tea available along with private dining options.
The boutique nature of the hotel ensures that each room is unique, beautifully designed and decorated and meant to meet every possible need. There is an array of rooms and suites, and all will feature superior bedding and linens, gorgeous furnishings that include work desks and sitting areas, free Wi-Fi, premium hot beverage systems, still and sparkling water supplies, a large and opulently appointed bath with signature toiletries, views and more.
When eager to enjoy luxurious accommodations in one of the most popular parts of historic London, a visit to 11 Cadogan Gardens is just the thing.
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Most Popular Landmarks
- Victoria and Albert Museum 0.6 mi
- Science Museum 0.7 mi
- Natural History Museum 0.8 mi
- Buckingham Palace 1 mi
- Hyde Park 1.1 mi
- St James's Palace 1.2 mi