One of London’s most anticipated openings in recent years, the refurbished Belmond Cadogan is found at the crossroads of two famous neighbourhoods, where the exclusivity of Knightsbridge meets the artistic spirit of Chelsea. Originally built in 1887, this quintessential London landmark has witnessed the arrest of Oscar Wilde (in room 119) and was home to Lillie Langtry, celebrated actress and mistress to the Prince of Wales.
Opening its doors at the end of 2018, this historic hotel’s renovation has carefully preserved its heritage, while simultaneously instilling a modern-day relevance. Its 54 rooms and suites reflect the hotel’s rich heritage, creating a stylish retreat for guests with access to one of London’s most exclusive secret gardens. In keeping with the spirit of the refurbishment, Fashionizer’s brief was to ensure that the bespoke hotel uniforms paid homage to its history whilst bringing a fashionable modern approach.