11 Cadogan Gardens, The Apartments and The Chelsea Townhouse by Iconic Luxury Hotels

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Rated 8.5 in 557 reviews. 84 rooms.


An unforgettable boutique hotel in the heart of Chelsea on the edge of Knightsbridge, boasting luxury & convenience. 11 Cadogan Gardens was built by Lord Chelsea in the late 19th century and originally comprised four separate Victorian town houses, it is now a relaxed home away from home and the perfect place to stay if you are looking to explore all that our capital has to offer.

Just off the famous Kings Road and trendy Sloane Square, packed with top brands, fashion powerhouses, museums and galleries, this iconic hotel is the quintessence of true British heritage. 

At 11 Cadogan Gardens every room has its own character. All 56 guest rooms, including 25 suites, have all been individually designed to be as memorable as they are luxurious. Well-appointed and with stunning interiors, guests can relax and rejuvenate in this quiet city haven.

Throughout our impressive townhouse, you will find a choice of intimate rooms in which to relax. Indulge in summer cocktails on the terrace, enjoy the cosy, yet unashamedly moody and seductive setting of the Chelsea bar or while away the hours undisturbed in the fabulous and thought-provoking Library with its subtle lighting, plush sofas and historic portraits.

Inspired by namesake Sir Hans Sloane, the hotel's restaurant, Hans’ Bar & Grill offers an oasis of calm, nestled amongst the artisanal shops and food suppliers of picturesque Pavilion Road. Featuring an all-day seasonal menu, starting with breakfast at 7am, rolling through to late breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, cocktails and finally dinner, Hans’ is also perfect for Sunday Brunch. There is a focus on British produce and an extensive wine list, featuring unique and interesting bottles from around the world.

What makes this hotel special?

Professional and friendly team

What makes the destination worth visiting?

Its location in the heart of Chelsea on the edge of Knightsbridge

Who is the typical guest at this hotel?

Couples, families, tourists, business traveler

Available Rooms

2 guests




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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places near 11 Cadogan Gardens, The Apartments and The Chelsea Townhouse by Iconic Luxury Hotels

  1. Peter Jones

    Peter Rees Jones, the son of a Monmouthshire hatter, opened a shop here in 1877 which was instantly successful. It was bought by John Lewis, another famous department store owner, in 1914.

    144 m from hotel
    Sloane Sq.

  2. Sloane Square

    Dr.Sloane, who purchased the Manor of Chelsea in 1712, was a physician who also invented milk chocolate, adapted from a Jamaican custom. It was originally marketed as medicine.

    185 m from hotel
    Sloane Sq

  3. Café Colbert

    4/5 stars: Colbert offers beautiful food and friendly, faultless service.

    201 m from hotel
    50-52 Sloane Square

  4. The Botanist

    A pop-up shop will be running in Sloane Square between 16th and 18th September that will offer oysters, Champers and live jazz.

    202 m from hotel
    Sloane Square

  5. Saturday Farmers' Market

    Try out the jerk chicken or curried goat from Rummanco - awesome!

    300 m from hotel
    Duke of York Sq

  6. Saatchi Gallery

    Discover the RED NEVER FOLLOWS exhibition celebrating HUGO's 20th anniversary with 20 artworks by 20 urban creatives, which is on display from July 31st - Sept 1st, 2013 http://bit.ly/redneverfollows_

    322 m from hotel
    Duke of York Sq

  7. Scalini

    Love it. !

    461 m from hotel
    1-3 Walton St

  8. Harrods

    Harrods’ magical Christmas window display was created with the help of Oscar de la Renta, Valentino and Marchesa, who dressed Disney’s fairy-tale princesses. See the gowns here: bit.ly/TR7FPp

    0.7 km from hotel
    87-135 Brompton Rd

  9. L' Opera

    Hot chocolate to die for😩💘

    0.7 km from hotel

  10. Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)

    The V&A is the world’s largest museum of decorative art and design and holds 4.5 million objects. Henry Cole, the museum’s first director, printed the world’s first Christmas card in 1843.

    0.9 km from hotel
    Cromwell Rd

  11. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

    Who says the U.K.’s culinary fare consists only of fish and chips? Dinner is certainly expensive, but serves thrilling, British dishes inspired by historic menus as far back as the 14th century

    1.0 km from hotel
    Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park

  12. Hyde Park

    Hyde Park was a favourite venue for duellists in the 18th and 19th century, including the brutal 1712 duel between the Duke of Hamilton and Lord Mohun in which they hacked each other to death.

    1.5 km from hotel
    Serpentine Rd