We are delighted to be welcoming back guests staying for Leisure from the week commencing 17th May, as well as re-opening both William's Bar & Bistro and our Michelin starred restaurant, Seven Park Place by William Drabble.
To ensure the continued protection and safety of all our guests and staff, key Health & Safety initiatives remain in place, and these measures continue to be incorporated into the St James’s spirit of care and hospitality. In addition, St. James’s Hotel & Club has been certified by Global Health Assured, an independent authority providing safety and quality assurance to the Hospitality industry and its guests, making the hotel a safe choice to stay in London with confidence.
We also continue to provide a Michelin starred takeaway service via Supper London, available for delivery within a 3 mile radius of the hotel.
UK government regulations relating to hospitality business restrictions are regularly being amended and we will continue to update you with the very latest information as it becomes available.
We look forward to welcoming you back to St. James's Hotel & Club very soon.
With my very best wishes,
Anjana Pandya, Managing Director
St. James’s Hotel & Club is a luxury 5-star boutique hotel in Mayfair offering the intimacy of a private club with 5-star service. Here, luxuriously appointed hotel bedrooms create the perfect 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, and sleek interiors finished with handmade silk wallpaper, black lacquered furniture, handcrafted Murano glass chandeliers and polished natural stone in the bathrooms.
The hotel’s restaurant, Seven Park Place, has held a Michelin star for ten consecutive years and is run by Executive Head Chef William Drabble. His outstanding menu marries together classic French-inspired cuisine with locally sourced ingredients of exceptional quality from around the British Isles.
*Please note, dining is available strictly subject to UK Government Regulations, which are reviewed weekly.