11 Cadogan Gardens reveals revamped interiors

George Sell By George Sell
06 May 2016 | Updated 06 May 2016

UK: 11 Cadogan Gardens, a boutique hotel in London’s Chelsea, is relaunching this month after a year-long renovation.

UK: 11 Cadogan Gardens, a boutique hotel in London's Chelsea, is relaunching this month after a year-long renovation.

The new look, designed by hospitality interiors specialists JSJ Design, includes updates to the reception, drawing room and bar areas as well as each of the 56 guest rooms and suites.

Designers Jeremy Scarlett and Jason Tan of JSJ Design were required to modernise the hotel interior while retaining "the unique character and English eccentricity the hotel is known for".

Tan said: "Each room has its own distinctive charm and character, which made designing the interiors at 11 Cadogan Gardens a truly unique and rewarding experience. In order to realise the final concept, it was necessary to have a dialogue with each space and explore every architectural detail. Our main objective was to ensure our design scheme complimented the hotel's classic Victorian façade, as well as preserving the hotel's distinctly eclectic décor."

Soliman Khaddour, general manager of 11 Cadogan Gardens, said: "We are thrilled to relaunch 11 Cadogan Gardens firmly within the luxury sector following a year of renovations. We have always had a fantastic location and now we have 25 bespoke suites and stunning interiors too. 11 Cadogan Gardens is a unique hotel in the heart of Chelsea where guests will experience comfort and elegance in one of London's finest urban retreats."
 
www.11cadogangardens.com
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