One of London’s most anticipated openings in recent years, the refurbished Belmond Cadogan is a sanctuary at the crossroads of the city’s most stylish neighbourhoods between the luxury of Knightsbridge and the artistic spirit of Chelsea. Past meets present at this iconic London landmark, which was originally built in 1887 by the little-known architect HB Brace. The renovation of the historic building has preserved the heritage, while instilling a modern-day relevance.
Quintessentially British and steeped in history Oscar Wilde was a frequent guest infamously being arrested in 1895 in room 119 and it was home to the actress and royal mistress Lillie Langtry.
The Cadogan’s award-winning chef, Adam Handling brings his energetic passion for traditional British cuisine with a modern twist and places sustainability and zero waste at the core of his philosophy.
Opening its doors at the end of 2018, this historic hotel will be fully renovated and reconceptualised. Its 54 rooms and suites will reflect the hotel’s rich heritage, creating a stylish retreat for guests with access to one of London’s most exclusive secret gardens. With this in mind, Fashionizer designed bespoke uniforms for staff including housekeeping, front of house, doormen and food and beverage that echo the hotel’s strong heritage and setting.