The Cadogan Hotel is a prestigious Knightsbridge address; an SW1 hotel off London’s Sloane Square that weaves contemporary styling with classic Edwardian decadence. At The Cadogan, history comes alive. Consider room 118, scene of the arrest of Oscar Wilde, the Irish playwright. Or consider the Edward VII Suite, renamed to celebrate the future King of England’s liaisons with his close friend, the actress Lillie Langtry.
Today, you too will be seduced, by the neighbours Gucci, Tiffany, Harrods and Harvey Nichols, by the 24-hour pulse of the West End, and by the sumptuous luxury of this most decadent of Edwardian hotels.
Choose from contemporary cool or classic English, or savour the indiscretions of the past, with a stay in the sumptuous Oscar Wilde, Edward VII or Lille Langtry suites. Whichever room or suite you choose, you’ll feel cosseted and indulged amidst the dark paisleys, the heavy drapery and the rich leathers, velvets and silks of the aristocratic fabrics. Luxuriate in velvet-edged bedspreads, and slide between sumptuous duvets and crisp bed linen. Among this period decor woven with a modern twist shines a battery of technology. Relax in front of multi-channel TV. Choose from the large DVD and CD library. Plug in to the world through the modem and wireless Internet connection. Catch your voicemail on a choice of telephones. This is a world of Contemporel bathrooms, bespoke furniture and genteel service from another age.