Tasteful, contemporary luxury twinned with British country style.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS UNTIL SPRING 2017 The Cadogan offers tasteful, modern rooms on the first two floors (lots of deep reds and bronzy greens) and classic, British country style on the top three. The public spaces have been updated, but on walking into The Cadogan, you could easily be forgiven for expecting to bump into Oscar Wilde or Lillie Langtry, for the hotel maintains its Edwardian splendor. Not only did the two notorious figures frequently entertain their friends here, but this is also the site of Oscar Wilde's arrest. The bedrooms have double-glazed windows, data ports and Wi-Fi. Along with the house brasserie-style restaurant, Mes'anges, guests can enjoy afternoon tea in the drawing room and light snacks in the bar. The Cadogan enjoys a nice spot on Sloane Street, halfway between the Sloane Square and Harvey Nichols/Harrods triangle, and overlooking Cadogan Gardens.