Conrad London St. James
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- Staying before 31st March 2017
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Located in Britain's royal and political heartland, with Buckingham Palace, St. James's Park, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey on the doorstep, the Conrad London St. James hotel is the ideal choice for the smart luxury traveller. The hotel effortlessly blends a historic 19th century building with locally inspired style and design - from the calming, contemporary rooms and eye-catching artwork to the seasonal British food and local ales, served in unique and inspiring settings.
The six-floor Conrad London St. James has 256 contemporary rooms, including the hotel's signature one-bedroom Conrad Suite - a unique Suite with its own private elevator. Our rooms reflect the hotel’s modern design, offering complimentary Wi-Fi, a Nespresso machine and a media hub. Choose an executive room or suite for Executive Lounge access.
The Blue Boar restaurant celebrates a passion for provenance and impeccably sourced ingredients. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the restaurant offers modern British dining and a unique Sunday lunch experience. A sophisticated take on a traditional British pub, and with its own street entrance, The Blue Boar bar is the hub of Westminster Village. Enjoy a great local buzz throughout the week and contemporary elegance at the weekend. Live music every Friday starts the weekend off in style. Emmeline's, named after the political activist Emmeline Pankhurst, is the place for afternoon tea or a glamorous cocktail. The Lobby Lounge offers drinks and light bites throughout and the day.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 6
- Total Rooms Number: 256
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Multilingual Staff
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Pay Movies
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Parking at Hotel Cost: £58.00 Per 24 Hours
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: ST JAMES PARK
- Distance: 100 metres
- Name: Victoria Station
- Distance: 0.6 miles
- Name: HEATHROW AIRPORT
- Distance: 17 miles
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: St James Park Distance: 100 metres
- Nearest Rail Name: Victoria Station Distance: 0.6 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Heathrow Airport Distance: 17 miles
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2589 reviews
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This is how an hotel should be. Truly gorgeous in every way
Stay Date: 01/2017, WorldGlobetrotter_8 wrote this review.
The Conrad Hotel is an outstanding example of just how an hotel should be run. Wonderful service; swift and accurate room service; stunning public areas; comfortable, spacious, immaculate room; perfect bed; great restaurants and a feeling of real we… See more
The Conrad Hotel is an outstanding example of just how an hotel should be run. Wonderful service; swift and accurate room service; stunning public areas; comfortable, spacious, immaculate room; perfect bed; great restaurants and a feeling of real well-being having stayed there. As my other Tripadvisor reviews show, I am a very picky reviewer, expecting much if I am paying for it. The Conrad Hotel in St James, London delivered on absolutely everything. Probably the best ever hotel that I have stayed in during my 53 years. Collapse
2 days-2 nights in London
Stay Date: 01/2017, Elaine S wrote this review.
I loved the Conrad London St. James! Located in a great area downtown, convenient shops, restaurants, cafes, banks and most importantly, to the Tube! This hotel was very clean. It started from the first moment that I called and inquired. The agent wh… See more
I loved the Conrad London St. James! Located in a great area downtown, convenient shops, restaurants, cafes, banks and most importantly, to the Tube! This hotel was very clean. It started from the first moment that I called and inquired. The agent who assisted me with the reservation was very informative and helpful. All my questions were answered cordially and with the care and confidence of knowing that I would not regret this-my first stay. The lobby was sparkling clean, the receptionist at the front desk had impeccable customer service. She was so helpful with a genuine smile! The doorman was jolly and was always willing to greet us and help give us direction. The concierge also assisted us and helped us plan out local tours around town. All so very nice here. The room was excellent, very clean. The bed was comfortable. I loved the quality bedding and I slept like a swaddled baby in the tucked in soft sheets. The bathroom was roomy with separate toilet, soaking tub and separate shower with hand-held shower and rainfall shower. It was very nice. Also abundant closet space, safe, shelves.. and the television was built into the mirror! In the end, housekeeping had come to turn the beds down in the evening and placed slippers beside the bed on a mat. The attention to detail in this hotel has been over the top! I would definitely come back here and I highly recommend this hotel. Thank you so much for making my stay comfortable and memorable! Collapse
Super couple of nights
Stay Date: 01/2017, emmacH4956TW wrote this review.
Well, all I can say is my father in law had the best 80th birthday ever... The hotel staff really do look after you, and make you feel special, especially the birthday boy. Food was great, lovely wide selection at breakfast, dinner in the Blue Boar a… See more
Well, all I can say is my father in law had the best 80th birthday ever... The hotel staff really do look after you, and make you feel special, especially the birthday boy. Food was great, lovely wide selection at breakfast, dinner in the Blue Boar and afternoon tea, all of great quality. The bed was so comfy and the room was spacious.. Loacation was great too, St Jame Park underground was opposite and Westminster just round the corner. I would love to comeback. Yes its expensive, but hey, your staying in the luxury of London, so its expected. Didn't put us off. Collapse
Sad to say, it's just another hotel
Stay Date: 12/2016, Sfhahn wrote this review.
I did not dislike my stay here and the room was quite nice with a very comfortable bed. It just wasn't anything special and quite frankly, staff was really not that nice for the caliber of the hotel. There was a long wait to check in, when I finally … See more
I did not dislike my stay here and the room was quite nice with a very comfortable bed. It just wasn't anything special and quite frankly, staff was really not that nice for the caliber of the hotel. There was a long wait to check in, when I finally got there, the room was not ready. This was fine but I was given no etc and no offer to wait in the lounge. Basically the check in gal just said, "We can call you when the room is ready". When I did come back to get the key, the check in woman was surly and seemed annoyed. Didn't even bother to tell me where the elevator was. Hotel is nice, just expect better from a hotel of this level and price. Collapse
A Bespoke Experience
Stay Date: 12/2016, InternationalPursuit wrote this review.
We stayed for five nights in a Junior Suite which was modest but well appointed. The location was ideal for all the places we had to walk like Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Westminster and the Tate museums. This former InterContinental Hotel was le… See more
We stayed for five nights in a Junior Suite which was modest but well appointed. The location was ideal for all the places we had to walk like Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Westminster and the Tate museums. This former InterContinental Hotel was less sprawling than I expected, with 256 rooms. The staff certainly gets an "A" for effort though service is at times inconsistent or sluggish. Enthusiasm and willingness to help, make your stay feel special. We took full advantage of the Lounge, making visits for breakfast, afternoon tea or quiet time. And interestingly enough, we found that we enjoyed Afternoon Tea at the Conrad, downstairs, more than tea at the Savoy (despite their lavish surroundings). We ordered room service more often than "necessary". But then again, things worked out as they should. Collapse
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