I took my boyfriend here for his birthday - we are both in our 20's. Before booking this hotel i was deciding between this one and the Marriott County Hall which was the same price. I think for us the Marriott would have been much better suited. We booked a deluxe double and when we arrived were given a twin mattress and the room didn't have a bath. So we got moved to what was described as a much smaller room with a double bed. The hotel had lots of floors and had an almost Faulty Towers feel (but a very plush faulty towers)! The room was small but it was fine for us, very comfortable bed and a nice bathroom with double sinks, robes and slippers. It also had a balcony overlooking the front of the hotel which was nice, and lots of paintings which we like. We had a drink in the bar one evening which was very expensive, £14 for a small cocktail, £6 for a beer and £4.50 for a little bottle of juice from the mini bar...and they added on tax on departure. The staff were very friendly. I think the bar was also the restaurant as we didn't see a separate restaurant. We didn't use the tube once, walking mostly, and used a few taxi's. I would recommend this hotel for people wanting a very discreet quiet hotel, maybe for older travellers and people with lots of money to spend around Mayfair.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- St. James’s Hotel and Club is a five star townhouse hotel tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac in St James’s, near Mayfair and Piccadilly. It is ideally located within central London and it is the perfect base for shopping, culture as well as business meetings or events. A multi-million pound restoration has created a harmony between contemporary chic and Victorian elegance. With fabulous Penthouse suites and some of the best guest room terraces in London, the hotel boasts stylish, sleek, contemporary yet elegant interiors finished with handmade silk wallpaper, black lacquered furniture, handcrafted Murano glass chandeliers and polished natural stone in the bathroom. A magnificent art collection also features throughout the hotel.The Michelin-starred restaurant Seven Park Place is headed up by award-winning Executive Chef William Drabble and offers a modern-French cuisine made up of primarily British ingredients. William oversees also private dining, room service and the hotel’s more informal yet stylish dining space, William’s Bar & Bistro. Traditional afternoon tea is served daily. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- St Jamess Hotel
- St James Club London
- Hotel St Jamess