The Belmond Cadogan reopened this February, offering an enriching retreat in the heart of Chelsea. The address is rich in history and heritage; having played host to socialites, artists and aristocrats and now offers a luxury home-from-home experience with 54 rooms and suites. Exquisite touches including a bronze bookcase of 600 books, 400 pieces of commissioned art, Prince of Wales’ feathers in Lillie Langtry’s original dining room and stunning views over Cadogan Place Gardens, provide guests with a true feel of Chelsea being home.
Chef Patron, Adam Handling, heads up the restaurant, offering a menu of traditional British dishes using modern recipes with sustainability at its heart.
Our boutiques have reopened their doors and our restaurants are open for indoor and alfresco dining in the spring sunshine. We want to reassure you that your safety remains paramount and measures are in place to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit.