The Apartments by 11 Cadogan Gardens will be the first apartment suites managed by Iconic Luxury Hotels UK, the brand behind countryside icons Cliveden House, Chewton Glen, The Lygon Arms and The Mayfair Townhouse which launched December 2020.
The Apartments by 11 Cadogan Gardens will combine the luxury of fully serviced apartments with the comfort and security of a private residence. The newly renovated six-storey historic townhouse will offer a completely different style of accommodation to the hotel’s existing 56 rooms and suites.
The Apartments have an expansive footprint and multiple-bedroom options, whilst the fully fitted Bosch kitchens and living areas offer a luxurious extended stay in a highly desirable London neighbourhood.
Set behind a red brick Victorian façade, The Apartments by 11 Cadogan Gardens consist of six floors, each home to a one, two or three-bedroom residence (six apartments in total). Much of the design inspiration has come from the property’s location and neighbouring Chelsea Flower Show, with botanical wallpapers and aptly themed Taschen books throughout. In addition, each apartment enjoys views over and access to the exclusive Cadogan Gardens and are entered via a secure and private off-street entrance with direct elevator access.
Ian Richardson, General Manager of 11 Cadogan Gardens commented “It is fantastic to be able to add this element to 11 Cadogan Gardens’ offering, both for existing guests and for those who would normally choose a self-catering option over a hotel — now they can enjoy the best of both worlds. In addition to the ability to stay in a luxurious and contemporary home from home, the apartments are ideally located to explore the hustle and bustle of Chelsea and its surroundings whilst positioned discreetly in a quiet corner with wonderful views over Cadogan Gardens.
Guests can opt for complete privacy or can take advantage of our full hotel services at 11 Cadogan Gardens including housekeeping, room service, the gym, lounges, and concierge, as well as Hans’ Bar and Grill. The apartments are perfectly placed for work or play and will offer guests the chance to experience London like a local.”
Prior to arrival, fridges will be stocked with essentials and home comforts, and guests looking for a little more can wander a few paces to discover characterful Pavilion Road, London’s longest mews that runs parallel to Sloane Street, a familiar place for artisan food and drink. Formerly Victorian stable bocks, the road has seen a complete transformation over the last two years and is now a picturesque haven for independent artisans, from butcher and baker to grocer and cheesemonger (and three restaurants).
One of these restaurants is 11 Cadogan Gardens’ much loved Hans’ Bar & Grill, which delivers a delicious all-day service in a calm and rejuvenating oasis-like setting.