The Belmond Cadogan Hotel has reopened after a 5-year refurbishment.
This iconic London luxury hotel has been undergoing a highly anticipated renovation and reconceptualisation of its 54 rooms. The new lobby and guest rooms have been designed by architects Blair Associates and designers GA Design International to reflect the rich history of the hotel.
- Built by Architect HB Brace and originally opened in 1887.
- Oscar Wilde was a frequent guest at the Cadogan Hotel and room 118 was famously the scene of his arrest the on 6th April 1895.
- The Lillie Langtry Suite is the former residence of the late-Victorian actress that bears its name. She was a mistress to The Prince of Wales, Albert Edward (who later became King Edward VII).
- The hotel was bought by Earl Cadogan in 2011 – the first time the Cadogan Hotel has been owned by the family that gave it it’s name.
- In July 2014 the hotel closed for a reconceptualisation programme.
Daedalian Glass Studios involvement in the Belmond Cadogan Hotel renovation.
Daedalian Glass Studios were commissioned to manufacture and install shower room / WC enclosures across the 54 bedrooms and public areas of the Cadogan Hotel.
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Manufacturing of the glass at our studios.
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