At the heart of London's Knightsbridge district, The Cadogan has been serving a traditional Afternoon Tea since 1887, in an atmosphere still characteristic of the Victorian Age.
The poet and playwright Oscar Wilde was a frequent visitor and was staying at The Cadogan when he was arrested in 1895. The actress Lillie Langtry, friend and confident of King Edward VII, was also a regular visitor, and her own house in Pont Street now forms part of the hotel itself.
Come and warm yourself at the Cadogan hotel while
indulging in traditional Afternoon Tea creations by Executive chef
Afternoon Tea is served 2pm to 6pm every day
Booking is essential
Knightsbridge Tube Station
The Edwardian Drawing Room
Children of all ages welcome
No live music
All major credit cards accepted
Guide dogs only