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Belmond Cadogan Hotel Evokes Bohemian Spirits in the Heart of Chelsea


Belmond Cadogan Hotel on 75 Sloane Street welcomes guests following a multi-million-pound historic renovation. 

Once upon a time, Chelsea held the reputation of being London’s bohemian quarter; a playground for many artists, painters, visionaries and poets. A list of names “haunt” the streets of Chelsea, from authors such as Oscar Wilde to socialites like Lillie Langtry. If you look at a compiled list of residents of this London Borough, you’ll find some other intriguing names too, including Mary Shelley and Bram Stoker.

People and their stories are what makes a place, and evidently there is much to celebrate in Chelsea. That is exactly the spirit that marks the opening of the newly-renovated Belmond Cadogan Hotel, which opens a new chapter embodying the bohemian spirits of the district. The Belmond Cadogan Hotel is the borough’s latest stylish retreat that weaves together both the past and present.

Belmond Cadogan Hotel promises an enriching retreat in London’s most stylish neighbourhood. With the reborn of this London legend, it celebrates the opening with a gathering of Chelsea’s most glamorous taste-makers, eccentrics and Bohemian spirits. Photo courtesy of Belmond.

The hotel is a celebration of British culture, design and quirky eccentricity. Through its hotel rooms and suites – of which there are 54 in total – guests can enjoy views over Cadogan Place Gardens, the spacious living rooms and working fireplaces, the sort of setting that indulges in a much-deserved “me time.”

Through 21 Pont Street, guests can enjoy a private access to the hotel and a key to Cadogan Place Gardens, allowing them to feel like a true resident of this London Borough. The enchanting gardens are tucked away from the busy city streets, making it the perfect spot to unwind and immerse in the history and character of the area. There are all kinds of cultural hot spots, too, which visitors can learn more about through the Hotel’s concierge: from the best local pubs and restaurants to one of the few remaining original Cabbie Shelters just opposite the hotel.

Belmond Cadogan Hotel has spacious rooms that are a little ‘house’ in themselves, with spacious living rooms, dining areas and large bathrooms. Photo courtesy of Belmond.

Belmond Cadogan Hotel also boasts a unique culinary experience through its Chef Patron, Adam Handling, who serves traditional dishes using modern recipes. The open kitchen with chefs’ tables and ‘bar’ seating showcases the talented chefs at work, offering diners an exclusively extraordinary experience on every visit.

With creativity and artistry at every turn, Belmond Cadogan Hotel is an endeavor not to be missed in Chelsea. For more information and to make your reservations, please visit http://www.belmond.com/belmond-cadogan-hotel/.

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