The Belmond Cadogan reopened this February, offering an enriching retreat in the heart of Chelsea. The address is rich in history and heritage; having played host to socialites, artists and aristocrats and now offers a luxury home-from-home experience with 54 rooms and suites. Exquisite touches including a bronze bookcase of 600 books, 400 pieces of commissioned art, Prince of Wales’ feathers in Lillie Langtry’s original dining room and stunning views over Cadogan Place Gardens, provide guests with a true feel of Chelsea being home.
Chef Patron, Adam Handling, heads of the restaurant, set to be one of the hottest restaurant openings of the 2019. Expect a menu of traditional British dishes using modern recipes with sustainability at its heart.