Hotel Bedroom & Suites Design Winner
Belmond Cadogan London
London, United Kingdom
Once the favoured haunt of actress and socialite Lillie Langtry, and of Oscar Wilde, who was infamously arrested in room 118, the hotel has had a rich and illustrious past ever since it was built in 1887. Re-opening in March having undergone a complete transformation to restore the unique heritage of the site, the interiors have now been renovated in a style that is at once contemporary and reflective of the building’s history, with surprising details alluding to the people who shaped its past. The hotel’s 54 rooms and suites provide a stylish retreat in the heart of the city, with spacious rooms that are a little ‘house’ in themselves; many have views over Cadogan Place Gardens and offer spacious living rooms with working fireplaces, handcrafted in-room bars, dining areas as well as large bathrooms with deep freestanding baths and a specially designed champagne and book holder for some ‘me time’.
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