Recession Relief in London at The Cadogan
It's easy to be seduced by The Cadogan for its warm hospitality and prestigious Knightsbridge address just off Sloane's Square. (You'll be just as seduced by the hotel's neighbors: Gucci, Tiffany, Harrods, and Harvey Nichols.) Celebrating its 120th anniversary, this charming hotel-- housed in a historic Edwardian townhouse-- boasts stylish, contemporary guest rooms. Business travelers will be delighted by the "Recession Relief" package, featuring complimentary business essentials included in your room rate: daily Continental breakfast, Internet access, daily business journals and newspapers, plus a complimentary upgrade to the next room category.
The Zagat Guide is a fan as well. Here's the review from the World's Top Hotels, Resorts & Spas 2008/09:
"Transformed by hotel designer Grace Leo-Andrieu (who also styled the Montalembert in Paris), this 1887 landmark offers an "understated" and "sexy" option in an "amazing" Knightsbridge location for "seeing all of London"; the spot where Oscar Wilde was arrested for indecent acts now offers "distinctive" rooms with either contemporary or classic English decor, "gracious service" and a "wonderful low-key afternoon tea," plus a British restaurant and a fun red-glass bar sporting ostrich-leather chairs."
Tip for history buffs: Room 118 was the scene of Oscar Wilde's arrest.
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