Hotel in Detail:Private members club and hotel. The 11 Cadogan Gardens Hotel with its classical Victorian facade offers a sumptuous theatrical interior with contemporary facilities. The hotel sets out to provide its guest with the feel of a stately home where you'll find the use of rich colours, Lush brocade upholstery and Murano glass chandeliers.
Each bedroom is individually decorated and laid out and comes with a marble bathroom (top brand toiletries, robe, slippers) and antique furniture. Inside the rooms the guest will find a plasma TV with satellite channels, DVD Player, telephone, Safety Deposit Box, Wake Up Service/Alarm Clock, Iron and hairdryer. Linen is Egyptian cotton and all rooms are air conditioned.
Some suites have views of the hotel gardens.
Standard Single Room: 10 square-metres
Superior Single Room: Double bed. 13 square metres
Standard Double/Twin Room: 16 square-metres
Superior Double Room: 20 square metres
Suites: 34 square-metres
Floors are served by lift. Hotel runs a room service.
Dining Options:Hans Bar and Grill (plus courtyard): There is a 106 seat restaurant with a bright and airy feel where a menu using finest seasonal ingredients is on offer. The seats are spread over the grill, cafe and courtyard. The botanical infused space offers a variety of unique cocktails and a delicious all-day seasonal menu, rooted in British produce and underpinned by the Chefs classical cookery skills. Taking inspiration from the namesake of the restaurant Hans Sloane, who was credited with bringing cocoa to the UK, chocolate desserts and signature hot chocolate drinks take centre stage. The courtyard grill is full with geometric florals and mid-century minimalism giving the grill an effortless luxury feel.
The hotel lounge is where guests can enjoy afternoon tea with scones, cream, jam, cakes and sandwiches. Served 15.00 till 18.00
The Chelsea bar has the feel of a gentleman's club with its panelled bar. Serving classic and innovative cocktails, fine wines and beers. Open 11.00 till 02.00. The bar also serves a continental breakfast, morning coffee and pastry, a lunchtime snack and light meals 11.00 till 23.00.
The bar is open daily from 11.00am - 2.00am.
11 Cadogan Gardens guests are served by facilities such as a Spa with beauty treatment rooms (massages, reflexology, facials, manicures, pedicures) and steam rooms. On the lower ground floor you will find a high tech gymnasium where you can get one on one training. The gym is free for hotel guests and here you will find equipment with touch-screen TV and radio monitors with smart phone connection.
Complimentary wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel. There are also luxury British chauffeur-driven cars for hire (Rolls Royce Phantom, Bentley Town Car and Range Rover). The hotel has its own gardens to the rear of the property. Luggage storage facilities available. Front desk open 24/7.
Meeting facilities available for up to 60 delegates.
All areas of the 11 Cadogan Gardens are non-smoking. Hotel has concierge services.
Hotel Vicinity:Nearest: Tube Station: Sloane Square 281 yards (256 metres), Railway Station: London Victoria 0.7 miles (1.1 km), DLR Station: Tower Gateway 3.9 miles (6.3 km), Motorway: M4 Junction 1 5.1 miles (8.2 km). The No.11 London Hotel sits in a residential side street just off of Sloane Square and between Sloane Street and Kings Road, Chelsea. Upmarket area surrounded by a range of amenities. This is the eastern end of the Kings Road and all along this famous street are a range of shops with something for everyone. Its also popular at night with reputation for its wine bars and restaurant. From the 60's onwards the Kings Road has had a reputation as being trendy and having shops geared to the latest fashions for the younger crowd. Sloane Street on the hand is well known for its high fashion boutiques found more at the northern end. It leads up to Knightsbridge (0.6 miles), famous as home to Harrods Department store but in reality is so much more than that with lots of bars, restaurants and stores. It also makes up the southern border of Hyde Park where activities such as boating and horse riding are available. Local transport links are good with many bus routes, Sloane Square tube just a short stroll and the mainline railway station of Victoria just 0.7 miles . From there you can take a non-stop train (Gatwick Express) out to Gatwick Airport. Its also home to Victoria Coach Station which is where all coaches heading into central London terminate. Just the other side of Sloane Street finds Belgravia which is said to have the most expensive residences in the UK (Eaton Square). The main nightlife in London and the theatre hub is 1.5 miles to the north east around Piccadilly Circus.
Other local places of interest include the National Army Museum (0.5 miles), Brompton Oratory (0.5 miles), Victoria and Albert Museum (0.5 miles), Science Museum (0.7 miles) and Wellington Arch (0.8 miles).
Bedroom Numbers: 60 (+4 apartments)/ 6 floors
Check-in: 14.00 (2 pm)
Check-out: 11.00 am
Parking:There is no parking onsite.
Internet:Wireless Internet Hotspot is available in all areas and is free of charge.
More hotels from this chainIf you would like to stick with the Small Luxury chain your nearest options are:
Capital Hotel: is 0.5 miles (0.8 km) away, has a guest satisfaction score of 89% and rates start from about £254.
Ampersand Hotel: is 0.7 miles (1.1 km) from here, earns a customer rating of 90% and base rates begin at about £192.
Flemings Hotel Mayfair And Apartments: 1.1 miles (1.7 km), rated at 89% and with rates from around £180.
Dukes St. James London Hotel: 1.2 miles (1.9 km), rated at 89% and with rates from around £311.
Compared to other London hotels: This hotel has been rated 89% by past guests. The London average is 80% and the average for 5 star hotels is 89%. Therefore this hotel is equal to the average for its sector (star rating) . Small Luxury Hotels across the chain average 89% so this hotel is rated as average when compared to other Small Luxury hotels.
Milesfaster ranking: 184th from 866 London hotels, 4th of 9 Small Luxury Hotels, and 80th of 131 five star rated hotels.
Another to Consider: A similar hotel nearby (0.0 miles, 0.1 km) would be the 5 star Draycott Hotel, where rates start from £140 and which has a 90% guest satisfaction rating. The Draycott Hotel also offers: free WiFi.
Something close by with a great client rating? We suggest the 5 Star The Hari London may well be of interest to you. The Hari London is only 0.3 miles (0.5 km) away. The Hari London has an extremely high guest rating of 97%, one of the best rated London hotels.
Local hotels analysed:The 50 nearest hotels around this area (11 Cadogan Gardens, SW3 postcode) which we have have on our website extend out to a 0.8 miles (1.2 km) radius. They are made up of 25 five star hotels (average rating 90%), 15 four star hotels (average rating 84%), 8 three star hotels (average rating 68%) and 2 two star hotels (average rating 74%). Top rated of the local hotels is 41 Hotel (5 star) at 100%.
Base Rates: We use base rates as a guide to the hotels starting rates. They do not include special offers and deals though so are just a rough guide.
Of the 50 local hotels we have base rate data for 49 of them. The average base rate for all the areas hotels is £228 per night. From a low of £59 at Dover Hotel (2 Star, 74%) and the highest rates top out at £752 at Bulgari Hotel London (5 Star, 91%). The following are the averages for each star level: Five Star average: £310, Four Star average: £168, Three Star average: £95 and Two Star average: £65.
Our in-house ranking based on guest ratings but adjusted for influencing factors ranks 11 Cadogan Gardens 19th (joint) of the 50 local hotels and 16th (joint) for the 25 five star hotels in the area. For base rates the hotel ranks 36th of 49 (11th of 24 five star hotels.). Taking into consideration both rates and guest ratings we rank this hotel 19th of 45 of the local hotels in terms of value for money (Egerton House Hotel was top).
History:Was called the No. 11 London until 2016. Formerly The Number Eleven Cadogan Gardens (2008)
Dating back to the end of 19th century when the building were mansions and carriage houses built by Lord Chelsea. The land had previously been used as a cricket pitch. The No.11 itself is a conversion of 4 adjoining townhouse Victorian residences.
On 4th April 2010 a fire damaged 2 of the hotel floors and destroyed the hotel roof.
Conde Nast Traveller Gold List:
2010: Joint top for best location in Europe