Located on the border of Chelsea and Knightsbridge, uncover our enviable proximity to London’s finest boutiques, bars and eateries.

11 Cadogan Gardens

11 Cadogan Gardens is an iconic English boutique hotel situated near Sloane Square in the heart of Chelsea, and bordering Knightsbridge, London’s most aspirational shopping district. The world’s top brands and fashion powerhouses such as Prada, Chanel, Tiffany’s and Hermes, as well as Harvey Nichols and Harrods are a short stroll for guests exiting 11 Cadogan Gardens onto Sloane Street.

Valet parking is available to all our guests. Overnight secure parking is charged at £70.00 per 24hrs. The nearest secure public car park is located nearby to the hotel on Cadogan Place.
Please contact our Concierge team for further information on +44 (0)207 730 7000 or concierge@11cadogangardens.com

Sarah Chapman Skinesis Clinic

Loved by A list celebrities, beauty editors, socialites and facial obsessives everywhere, Sarah Chapman’s discreet, chic Skinesis clinic in Chelsea has become the ultimate destination for those pursuing perfect skin.

Cosmetics A La Carte

Cosmetics à la Carte is committed to natural, individual beauty that empowers women to look and feel the most confident and beautiful version of themselves.

Duke of York Square

Richard Ward Hair & Metrospa

Award-winning Royal and celebrity hairdresser Richard Ward is globally ... Famous for his signature innovative yet wearable couture hair.

Ushvani spa

Ushvani, London's most luxurious day spa is an oasis of tranquility situated in the heart of Chelsea.

House of Fraser

Pavilion Road

From fine gourmet delicacies to exquisite ingredients of the highest quality, Pavilion Road is a much welcome addition to the local shopping area. stablished fashion and beauty boutiques have now been joined by exciting new artisan food shops including a butcher, baker, wine merchant, cheesemonger and greengrocer.
A beautiful street to enjoy an al-fresco cup of coffee or an indulgent pastry whilst soaking up the atmosphere.

Winter Wonderland - seasonal attraction

Hyde Park Winter Wonderland is an annual Christmas event held in London from November to January each year.


Polo in the Park

Enjoy a thrilling game of polo with plenty of pitch-side fun at Chestertons Polo in the Park in Fulham’s Hurlingham Park. The annual three-day polo tournament is one of the largest in Europe and brings together international teams from six cities to the historic headquarters of British polo.

Chelsea Flower Show

The Queens Club

Club venue for annual Aegon grass courts tennis championships featuring top international players.

Curzon Chelsea

St Pancras International, Eurostar

London Heathrow Airport

London Gatwick Airport

London City Airport

Victoria Coach station

Victoria Station

Victoria tube station and Victoria train station

Knightsbridge tube station

Sloane Square tube station

Royal Hospital Chelsea

The Chelsea Pensioners are the iconic faces of the UK’s veteran community. They reside at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, their 325-year-old home founded by King Charles II in the heart of London.


Chelsea Old Town Hall

Chelsea Old Town Hall is located approximately mid-way along the fashionable Kings Road in Chelsea. The Main Hall (formerly the Vestry Hall) and the Small Hall (formerly the Green Room) are housed in the oldest part of the building dating back to the late Victorian era. These Halls can be found at the western end of the building.

Chelsea Football Club Stadium

Chelsea Physic Garden

Second-oldest surviving botanical garden in England, founded in 1673 for medicinal plant study.

Cadogan Gardens

Holland Park

Large park with woodland, sports facilities, playground and cafe, plus a Japanese Kyoto Garden.

Battersea Park

Battersea Park Children's Zoo, home to smaller animals including otters, capuchins and chinchillas, with an interactive play area.

Green Park

The Green Park is a peaceful triangle of mature trees and grasslands and offers a quiet retreat from city life, right next to Buckingham Palace.

NCP car park

Valet parking is available to all our guests. Overnight secure parking is charged at £70.00 per 24hrs. The nearest secure public car park is located nearby to the hotel on Cadogan Place.
Please contact our Concierge team for further information on +44 (0)207 730 7000 or concierge@11cadogangardens.com

London Eye

Located on the South Bank of the Thames, the London Eye is an iconic tourist attraction offering a wonderful vantage point from which to experience the city of London.

Take in the sights from one of the 32 glass capsules as they glide gracefully over the capital during a 30 minute rotation. For the ultimate experience, book a private capsule for your sightseeing flight.


St James' Park

Set over almost 57 acres of glorious green, this is one of London’s eight Royal Parks and its famous flower beds at the front of Buckingham Palace are a familiar backdrop to pageants including Trooping the Colour as well as state visits and other ceremonial occasions.

Here you can while away a few hours in a deckchair, enjoy impressive views of the lake and fountain from St James’s Café or watch the resident pelicans at feeding time. These birds have lived here for nearly 400 years!


Buckingham Palace

Come and visit the Queen and take a trip to one of the most iconic royal buildings in the country.

The official London residence of Her Majesty, it is one of only a few working royal palaces left in the world and dates back to the early 1700’s. During August and September every year the Queen makes her annual trip to Scotland allowing the palace to open up its lavish 19 State Rooms to the public.


Harvey Nichols

A shopping experience not to be missed, Harvey Nichols is a luxury British department store in Knightsbridge.

Opening in its present form on the corner of Sloane Street in the 1880’s, this upmarket store houses a total of eight floors of fashion, beauty and lifestyle with the fifth floor dedicated to food and restaurants.


Hyde Park


Enjoy some family fun in Hyde Park, there’s a lot to see and do. You can splash around in the outdoor waters of The Serpentine Lido or hire a boat and work up an appetite with a bracing row.

The Lido Café Bar has waterside tables and chairs and is a tranquil place to enjoy a snack or glass of wine, or you can hire a deck chair and just chill out on the grass. Open all year round, concerts and exhibitions are also held here for visitors wanting a more cultural experience.



This iconic Knightsbridge store is possibly the most famous shop in the world. A veritable treasure trove of discovery with seven floors and over 4.5 acres to explore, it stocks designer fashion for men, women and children, luxury gifts, jewellery, accessories and homewares.

The luxury food and wine halls are a must see but expect the store to be busy - it serves over 15 million customers every year.


Royal Albert Hall

A stunning Grade 1 listed building, the Royal Albert Hall is a Victorian music and entertainment venue in South Kensington, famous for hosting the Proms concerts each summer. The venue is open to the public for tours during the day, and plays host to a wide and varied calendar of live events that are attended by over 1.7 million people throughout the year.


Science Museum

Feed young minds with amazing facts and figures with a trip to this fascinating collection of scientific, technological and medical achievements from across the globe.

The Science Museum now holds a collection of more than 300,000 items including famous landmark inventions such as Stephenson’s Rocket, the first jet engine, James Watson’s model of DNA and documentation of the first ever typewriter.


Natural History Museum

Get inspired and learn about life with a visit to this world-famous visitor attraction and leading science research centre on Exhibition Road in South Kensington.

The museum is home to about 80 million life and earth science specimens with its five main collections including botany, entomology, mineralogy, palaeontology and taxonomy. It’s also famous for its dinosaur skeleton exhibition. What’s not to like!


V&A Museum

Take a step back in time with a trip to the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design which was founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

Representing more than 3,000 years of human creativity, this fascinating museum, on Cromwell Road, houses a permanent collection of more than 4.5 million objects with highlights including the Medieval Renaissance galleries containing some of the greatest surviving treasures from this period.


Saatchi Gallery

A gallery dedicated to contemporary art, the Saatchi Gallery occupies an entire 70,000 square feet building in the heart of Chelsea. The Gallery was opened in 1985 by Charles Saatchi as a venue to house his collection and exhibit to the public.

The Gallery often exhibits work by little known contemporary artists providing a springboard for those hoping to launch their careers.


Westminster Cathedral

A stunning Victorian landmark, Westminster Cathedral is the mother church of the Catholic church in England and Wales. Home to a world-famous choir, visitors gather here to listen to serene music in these breathtaking surroundings.

For spectacular views over London, visit the Viewing Gallery 210 feet above street level and take in the sights and sounds of the city.



Stylish clothing, shoes and accessories for children in colourful shop with hairdressing salon.


Founded in 1760 as a small toyshop, Hamleys moved to its present location in Regent Street in 1881. Today it's London's most famous toyshop, with seven floors filled with every conceivable toy from all the popular brands.
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LEGO Store London Leicester Square Read

As the largest LEGO store in the world, this huge shop in Leicester Square is a must-visit for LEGO fans of all ages. All major LEGO ranges are stocked here, plus you can see a replica Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben) made of LEGO and meet a LEGO William Shakespeare.