No. 11 Cadogan Gardens, a Victorian-style hideaway in the heart of Knightsbridge, has announced what it calls as an “enchanting escape” that takes hotel guests behind the scenes with Warner Brothers’ studio tour in London to explore Harry Potter’s sets, costumes and props.
The tour also divulges closely guarded secrets, including the tricks of the trade behind special effects and animatronics that brought the Harry Potter story to life.
The "Harry Potter Magical Mystery Tour" offer includes: two night’s accommodation for two in a Superior Double Room; two tickets to the Harry Potter Studio; ‘S’ Class Mercedes car transfer to and from the studio; two tickets for the Big Bus London Tour; Harry Potter book set; full-English breakfast for two both mornings; and return airport transfers.
The rate for the "Harry Potter Magical Mystery Tour" is based on double occupancy in a Superior Double Room and is pending availability. Other terms and conditions apply.
No.11 Cadogan Gardens is an urban hideaway located in the heart of Knightsbridge and Chelsea. A member of luxury brand, Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the hotel is said to be a “perfect blend of old world charm, eclectic contemporary style and modern convenience”. The hotel’s three side-by-side Victorian-style townhouses were built in 1874 by Lord Chelsea on Buckingham Palace’s former cricket grounds. Earlier this year, No.11 Cadogan Gardens reopened under new ownership as a hotel after having been a private members-only club. The hotel has 54 rooms and suites, and four self-contained one-bedroom Mews Suites with their own private entrances and garages. Other facilities include a fine dining restaurant, cocktail bar, drawing room, library, al fresco terrace, fitness room and intimate event space.