Business meetings are about making vital decisions, stepping aside, pushing your limits and inspiring your team. Whatever the event, with natural light pouring through the lead-crossed, stained-glass windows onto the soft warmth of the clotted-cream and pale-blue tones of the chic décor, you're sure to feel uplifted. Beneath the stunning cornicing and ornate plasterwork, you can make the decisions that matter knowing that all your needs are taken care of, including wireless Internet access and blackout blinds for presentations. Both rooms can accommodate up to 70 for a reception: Salon Lillie can seat 32 for private dining and Salon Oscar, 12.
The Cadogan is an elegant townhouse hotel at the midpoint of two opulent worlds, in London's SW1, on Sloane Street, between Knightsbridge and Sloane Square. Located in the heart of London’s chic shopping area, guests exit onto Sloane Street, where Chaumet and Walter Steiger give way to Loro Piana and Prada, to Gucci and then Armani, as you make your way towards Knightsbridge. Once there, Harvey Nichols, Harrods and Peter Jones also jostle for your attention. The Cadogan Hotel sits, too, within a short stroll or London-bus ride of Buckingham Palace Green Park and the Natural History Museum. The Piccadilly line at Knightsbridge or the Circle and District lines at Sloane Square are all just five minutes' walk away.
Chic, contemporary styling in a double room with queen-sized beds that will take your weight after a long day's sightseeing or business meetings. All on the first or second floor. Average room size is a spacious17 m² or 185 ft². All hotel room accommodation include: LCD TV with wide range of satellite channels, Dual Line, direct dial telephone with voice mail, Electronic in-Room safe, Individually controlled air conditioning, The White Company bathroom amenities, RJ45 high speed broadband internet (category 5 wired) with US/Uk modem points, DVD player, Hairdryer, Steam iron and ironing board, Mini bar.
Let your appetite build as you explore Armani, Gucci or Harrods, or work out in our fitness studio, then let your taste buds loose at Langtry's, part of The Cadogan but a much-frequented luxurious SW1 Knightsbridge restaurant in itself. Slip in off Pont Street after a day's boutique-hopping or sightseeing and sit beneath striking original glass chandeliers and intricate ceiling designs. Start the day with a full British breakfast. Make your lunch an occasion. Or, in the evenings, light a candle with someone special and sip wine or brandy before the Carrera-marble Louis XIV fireplace. Feel the soft velvet of the warm, round medallion armchairs, and sample fine British dining London-style, in the elegant, yet informal, atmosphere. The setting, recalling the London banqueting and chic grandeur of Edwardian high society, is warm and intimate; the cuisine memorable. Head chef Oliver Lesnik adds imaginative ingredients to classic dishes that will have you salivating. The cheese is melted Hampshire Tunworth; the beef, Aberdeen Angus; the duck, Gressigham. It's a palate of flair and adventure that compares favourably with any of the top romantic London restaurants. Langtry's is open from 6.00pm Monday to Saturday; closed on Sunday evening.
London's Cadogan Hotel is a prestigious Knightsbridge address; an SW1 hotel on London's Sloane Street that weaves contemporary styling with classic Edwardian decadence. Surrounded by such Sloane Street standouts as Gucci, Tiffany, Harrod's and Harvey Nichols, Cadogan Hotel guests are enticed by the 24-hour pulse of the West End. For more than 100 years, patrons have been drawn back to the timeless elegance of London's Cadogan Hotel, this most charming of small hotels just off Sloane Square. At this exclusive SW1 hotel, 65 rooms and suites recall their flirtations with some of London society's most pivotal figures. For it was here that England's future King, Edward, would liaise with close friend Lillie Langtry, the famous British actress. And here that playwright and society figure Oscar Wilde sipped hock and awaited his arrest in room 118. Beyond the walls nearby the chic shopping district, the names are less historic, more iconic. Indulge yourself at Dior, Valentino, Hermes, Prada, Jaeger, Harrods and Harvey Nichols. Feel the pull of the King's Road, birthplace of the Swinging Sixties, and the pulsating playground of the West End. Or enjoy the serene beauty of early-morning Hyde Park. A recent refit has brought the Knightsbridge hotel's history back to life and brought about a dramatic renaissance. Relax and be pampered among velvet-edged bouclé bedspreads, cotton-twill upholstered chairs and the rich tapestry of colour. Sit serenely in the hotel gardens. Keep the fires of industry burning in the business centre. Build up an appetite in the fully equipped fitness studio, then let your palate tingle in anticipation of the creative menu options at inventive Langtry's restaurant. Experience traditional British hospitality in London’s elegant timeless hotel, details here. Only in london - a truly unique one off experience - a stay in Oscar Wilde's room at the Cadogan Hotel.