Location

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.

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.

https://www.londoneye.com

St James' Park

The oldest of London’s eight Royal Parks, St James’ Park is a must see for tourists due to its proximity to Buckingham Palace, and the many iconic monuments, memorials and statues it houses.

Take in the unique atmosphere of The Mall and Horse Guards Parade, the hugely recognisable setting for the daily Changing the Guard and the annual Trooping the Colour.

https://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/st-jamess-park

Buckingham Palace

The official residence of Her Majesty the Queen, Buckingham Palace is one of the world’s most recognisable buildings. Used for a multitude of official events hosted by the Queen, the State Rooms are also open to the public during the summer months.

With 775 rooms, including 52 royal and guest bedrooms, the palace is an impressive 108 metres long and 120 metres deep.

https://www.royalcollection.org.uk/visit/the-state-rooms-buckingham-palace

Harvey Nichols

The Harvey Nichols flagship store offers a wide range of designer fashion for men and women, accessories, beauty products, food and drink. Renowned for its high end, luxury collections, it’s an ideal location for label-lovers.

When you tire of shopping, the fifth floor provides a range of dining and drinking options including a chic cocktail bar and outdoor terrace.

www.harveynichols.com

Hyde Park

Home to the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, Hyde Park is one of the largest London parks, and draws millions of tourists each year. It also houses the famous Speakers’ Corner and Serpentine Lake as well as a host of significant statues and memorials.

The park is a wonderful location in which to enjoy boating, cycling, tennis, horse riding and open water swimming.

https://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/hyde-park

Harrods

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.

www.harrods.com

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.

www.royalalberthall.com

Science Museum

One of London’s most popular museums, the free to enter Science Museum strives to be ‘the best place in the world for people to enjoy science’. With over 300,000 items to discover, the museum is home to Stephenson’s Rocket, the Apollo 10 command module and the very first Apple computer.

A fascinating place of education and discovery, it celebrates scientific, technological and medical achievements from all over the world.

www.sciencemuseum.org.uk

Natural History Museum

A fascinating museum for all ages, here you can meet the dinosaurs, discover our ancestors, and learn about volcanoes and earthquakes - all under one roof. The Natural History Museum houses a vast collection of specimens that help tell a fascinating story of our planet’s history. Free to enter, there is enough to keep you entertained all day, with picnic spots and cafes when you need a rest.

www.nhm.ac.uk/

V&A Museum

Named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, the V&A is the world’s largest museum dedicated to decorative arts and design. Free to enter, collections include photography, textiles, paintings, jewellery, architecture and fashion as well as seasonal exhibitions.

With over 4.5 million objects permanently housed here, the museum is a wonderful place of discovery for lovers of the arts.

https://www.vam.ac.uk

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.

www.saatchigallery.com

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.

https://www.westminster-abbey.org