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The Cadogan

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75 Sloane Street London SW1X 9SG United Kingdom
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Delightful!
Reviewed March 2010 by ekrimoa
I was attracted to the Cadogan as much for its promise of luxury and comfort, as for its historic appeal (The Cadogan is famous for having been the place where Oscar Wilde was arrested for acts considered indecent at the time). My stay was delightful! My room was very clean, and nicely captured the spirit of the times in which the hotel was first opened (Edwardian, i believe). The staff was very helpful and friendly, and tried hard to make ...
80 out of 100 based on 1060 reviews
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