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The Cadogan Hotel

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • luxurious but not stuffy
  • friendly staff
  • great location for shopping
  • free Wi-Fi
  • good special offers online

    Cons

  • rooms are quite small

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The Cadogan Hotel Review

This elegant and luxurious hotel is one of London's most historically naughty hotels: it was once the home of scandalous actress Lillie Langtry, King Edward's mistress in the 1890s, and where Oscar Wilde was staying (in Room 118) when he was arrested for "indecency" with a young man on April 6th 1895. Elegant creams and golds and postmodern guest-room design now prevail. The drawing room has rich wood paneling and deep, comfortable armchairs, and is a good place for afternoon tea and people-watching, as is the small, sophisticated bar. Breakfast includes healthy cereals and fruits alongside decadent pastries.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 75 Sloane St., Chelsea, London, SW1X 9SG | Map It
  • Phone: 020/7235–7141
  • Website:
  • Tube: Sloane Sq.
  • Location: Chelsea

    Hotel Details

  • 64 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-28-2014

Fodorite Reviews

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    Got No Sleep

    I stayed here last month. I was shown to my room by a staff member who said it was her favorite room in the hotel - she must be an insomniac because the street noise made it impossible to get any sleep. The hotel is located at the intersection of two major streets and so the street noise goes on all night long. I live in New York City and so know there are things you can do to block out the street noise but this hotel has done of those things. I won't even bother to mention that a window, window shade, light and air conditioner in my room were all not working.

    by NYCtraveler8, 6/2/08

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