The Cadogan is 65-room hotel has two decors. The two lower floors are decorated contemporary whereas the rest of the hotel is decorated from Edwardian times, with polished wood panels, wing chairs, rich fabrics and an elegant drawing room for afternoon tea. The two most noteworthy rooms are Room Number 118 where Oscar Wilde was arrested for “indecent acts” and the Lillie Langtry room, where Edward VII’s mistress once lived.
Centrally located in the Knightsbridge, the five-star Cadogan offers a stay near the museums, galleries and shops.
Behind a traditional facade the hotel offers a fitness center and free Wi-Fi.
All 65 rooms have LCD TVs and DVD players.
Langtry’s restaurant serves British cuisine and there is also the bar and lounge at the hotel.
Knightsbridge Underground Station is within five minutes on foot.
Year renovated: 2007.
Number of rooms: 64.
All rooms are designed with regards to traditions yet with modern comforts including LCD TV with wide range of satellite channels, dual line, direct dial telephone with voice mail, electronic in-room safe, individually controlled air conditioning, bathroom amenities, RJ45 high-speed broadband internet (category 5 wired) with US/Uk modem points, DVD player, hair dryer, steam iron and ironing board, mini-bar.
Full English breakfast is served at the hotel's restaurant daily.
Langtry’s restaurant is a traditional dining venue with a fireplace and British cuisine.
Drawing room offers classic dishes and afternoon tea.
The bar offers relaxed atmosphere, pleasant music and a selection of drinks.
You can start your day with a continental breakfast, which costs GBP 16 per person per night.
A full english breakfast is served at the price of GBP 26 per person per night.
The conference rooms can accommodate up to 70 persons and feature AV equipment.
Free Wi-Fi is provided through the hotel.
A fitness center and tennis court is available for your leisure.
The hotel is friendly to guests with disabilities.
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