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No.11 Cadogan Gardens converts from private members club into boutique hotel

By Luke Nicholls , 23-Jul-2012
Last updated the 27-Jul-2012 at 12:44 GMT

Related topics: Business, Venues, Hotels

No.11 Cadogan Gardens in the heart of Chelsea has become a boutique hotel open to the public having previously only been a private members club.

The Mirrored Room at No.11 Cadogan Gardens

The Mirrored Room at No.11 Cadogan Gardens

Formerly three town houses, the hotel now features 54 bespoke guest bedrooms and a number of meeting spaces including the Mirror Room, Conservatory and two private outdoor terraces.

The 19th Century property’s bedrooms feature ornate headboards, four poster beds, baroque chaise longues and Murano glass chandeliers. They are also fully equipped with plasma screen TVs and marble en-suite bathrooms. In addition to the 54 bedrooms there are four apartments with private access and individual garages.

The hotel’s new general manager, Soliman Khaddour, was previously deputy general manager at The Cadogan hotel in nearby Sloane Street, which is managed by Will Oakley.

Falling under the portfolio of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, No.11 Cadogan Gardens also features a bar area, serving a range of classic and innovative cocktails, fine wines and beers, along with the ‘11-to-11’ menu serving up light meals and a separate breakfast offering.

The hotel’s restaurant offers 70 covers spread across five interconnecting areas, serving modern British dishes produced using seasonal ingredients. Private dining is also available for groups of up to 30, with an additional open-air courtyard seating and extra 12.

The hotel has a number of public areas including the library , the drawing room and a meetings and events room. No.11 Cadogan Gardens also features a state-of-the-art gym on the lower-ground floor, with a full range of fitness equipment.

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