Inspired by its prestigious Westminster location, this luxury London hotel relishes attention to detail and prides itself on providing thought provoking service.
Once a former government building, Queen Anne’s Chamber, Conrad London St James is deeply engrained by its 19th Century façade and political postcode. Yet, incredibly forward thinking at the same time.
One of the hotel’s most striking features is its stunningly beautiful interior. The magnitude of commissions from the School of Arts, the quality of British furnishings throughout and the abundance of freshly cut flowers are by no means coincidental. Each subtly creates a conversational talking point and provides the perfect ambience for every occasion.
Attention to detail continues through to the individually designed guest rooms. Each beautifully appointed with royally approved Hypnos beds – opulently furnished in 400-thread count linen. The latest technology is intuitively placed and includes an interactive entertainment system with tablet streaming and mood lighting, complimentary Wi-Fi and the Conrad Concierge mobile app allowing guests the ability to customise their hotel stay from the luxury of their smartphone or tablet. With individual features continually alluding to the buildings’ historical roots, such as deliberately placed fingerprints finding their place on the espresso cups and running along the carpets. The large bathroom is just as impressive and features an inviting bath, a walk-in rain shower and steam-free mirrors.
There’s more to this hotel than just its appearance, it has a beating pulse too. Interpersonal service radiates from every member of the team. Impeccably dressed porters, adorning bowler hats, warmly greet you as you arrive and the extremely knowledgeable concierge team go out of their way to personalise their recommendations.
Located in an area steeped in British history, you only have to step outside the hotel to explore London’s most predominant landmarks. It is approx. 7 minutes’ walk from the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. St James’ Park tube station is immediately adjacent, providing easy access via the District and Circle Lines.
Normal Check-in: 15:00
Normal Check-out: 12:00
0.3 mi / 0.5 km from city centre
Room types and facilities
Total Number of Rooms - 256
Sleeps 2, Bed Type: King(s) In Room Movies, Private bathroom, Satellite television, Separate Shower, Air conditioning, Refrigerator, Television
Sleeps 2, Bed Type: King(s) or single(s) In Room Movies, Private bathroom, Satellite television, Separate Shower, Air conditioning, Separate Bath, Refrigerator
- Coffee shop
- Exercise gym
- Non-smoking rooms (generic)
- Internet services
- Off-Site parking
- Hair dryer
- Baby sitting
- Dry cleaning
- Safe deposit box
- Bicycle rentals
- Complimentary in-room coffee or tea
- Business center
- Concierge desk
- Ironing board
- Laundry/Valet service
- Room service
- Currency exchange
- 1 Lounges/bars
- Onsite laundry
- 1 Restaurant
- Driving range
• Blue Boar Bar - secluded spots abound, from chesterfield to tartan, and a buzzy atmosphere by the bar. For its Mixologists serving an impressive list of wines, cocktails, fine spirits and local ales.
• Blue Boar Smokehouse – a gastronomic delight serving great British
produce. For comfort food, marinated for 24 and slowly cooked for 12
• The Lounge - quintessentially British and filled with floral displays. For a morning coffee, a light lunch or Afternoon Tea.
• Emmeline's - named after the 19th Century British political activist Emmeline Pankhurst, founder of the suffragette movement. For a cocktail or glass of Champagne.