|Value for money||5.5|
|Distance to city centre||0.5 mi|
|Nearest airport||London Heathrow|
|Distance to airport||13.9 mi|
|"Fantastic location and beautiful breakfast"||(in 290 reviews)|
|"Excellent bathroom and comfortable bed."||(in 87 reviews)|
|"The concierge staff was excellent!"||(in 251 reviews)|
|"Our room was not ready."||(in 67 reviews)|
|"Building work going on at this hotel."||(in 11 reviews)|
|buckingham palace||in 89 reviews|
|building work||in 43 reviews|
|close to victoria||in 23 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 120 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 540 reviews|
|great location||in 416 reviews|
|great service||in 98 reviews|
|hotel staff||in 355 reviews|
|lobby bar||in 67 reviews|
|london eye||in 61 reviews|
|lovely hotel||in 241 reviews|
|room was small||in 350 reviews|
|st james||in 16 reviews|
|tube station||in 55 reviews|
|westminster abbey||in 16 reviews|
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The service in the bar was a bit slow. The gym was small - but well appointed
Beautiful! architecture,colours and style. You are made to fill very special when visiting.
Loved the staff, loved the room, and over all loved the location and how close it was to the Tube, Buckingham palace and Westminster Abbey.
Our room was next to the laundry room so when we slept in we heard them slamming the door continuously
hidden gem in Westminster
location, ambiance, service
I highly recommend St. James Court!
The food was delicious! Breakfast consisted of Indian food and your traditional English breakfast. I am a vegan so I was very happy with the Indian food choices. The wait staff at the Hampton Bar was top notch. We never had to wait for anything. All of the staff were friendly and helpful.
There was a lot of construction happening across the street when we visited, but that is no fault of the hotel. Our room was not facing the street, so it was not a disruption.
A comfortable stay
The beds were comfortable and the breakfast was sumptuous
The rooms were bit small
Great value for money in London
This hotel offers a welcome change from the big American chain hotels. Although it is part of an Indian chain, it has managed to preserve an old world charm. The Christmas tree in the lobby along with all the comfy couches and the Elle lovely courtyard made it feel very cozy and comfortable.
The bathrooms could be a bit bigger but this seems to be a common problem with London hotels in general.
Not so cozy ....but just an acceptable room throug
The hotel was sold out so the room they gave us through Kayak was not so good, a bit tarnished and with warning signs everywhere, We stayed in better rooms in this hotel in the past. They used to give us welcome notes and a fruit basket to thank us for coming back But, this time, no note, not a great room, as if they were indifferent because we had booked through Kayak (with which they are not partner). It was not possible to change for a better room for 4 days. Then, a wonderful attendant, Adriana moved us to a better room for an additional fee. So,we had s a better experience toward the end of the stay. I am a fan of the "free breakfast" which seem to attract a non-business crowd.... As a result, a loyal returning guests get a luck ward welcome.
Room was not clean, bathroom had mold on walls, stains on carpet. Too noisy, could clearly hear people on room above walking & using restroom.
Very attentive and friendly staff. Great restaurants and Spa inside the hotel. Spacious and well equiped rooms. Great location close to Victoria station (ideal when you fly into Gatwick), in walking disctance from the tube, Westminster, St. James' park and Buckingham palace.
First room we were given (#352) had a lot of noise from the subway passing underneath, despite the fact that we had explicitly asked for a quiet room! From the second night on we got a very quiet room.
Enjoyed our store and appreciated the beautiful court yard in the hotel as well as the complimentary breakfast. Having stayed at multiple hotels in London, this one was the best value
Location location location staff was well I tune with my needs (where to go what to do) and they were very attentive to making my stay comfortable
Opened in 1902, St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel, London has retained its historic charm over the decades thanks to outstanding hospitality and a thoroughly discreet yet central location. The hotel was once frequented by guests of Buckingham Palace, and today the dedicated staff work to deliver a royal experience for all who pass through. Amenities and Services The rooms in this Taj hotel alternate between quintessentially English (ask for a "Classic" room) and ultimately contemporary (in all "Executive" rooms and suites). All guestrooms offer views over either Westminster or the St. James’ Courtyard. This one-of-a-kind courtyard, with a magnificent central fountain, is a draw for all travelers, but particularly those looking to host a sophisticated function. The hotel is fully equipped for conferences and banquets and boasts the UK’s only publicly available Telepresence facility. A wellness and fitness center on-site provide a gateway to health and relaxation. And both visitors and residents of London alike flock to the St. James’ Court Hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant, Quilon. Attractions The St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel, London is centrally located; guests can walk to popular sights including Buckingham Palace, St. James’ Park, Westminster Cathedral, and iconic Big Ben. Surrounded by the shops and restaurants of the elegant, historic Mayfair district, St. James’ Court offers a luxurious home base for touring the best of central London.
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