St. James Court Hotel
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Introducing St. James Court Hotel...
St. James' Court, a Taj Hotel, is a discreet Victorian masterpiece, typifying the concealed charm of one of Britain's finest luxury hotels. When the hotel debuted in 1902 it was patronised by the highest in the land and, today, continues to retain the sophistication of bygone days.
This luxury hotel occupies pride of place in Central London SW1, just footsteps from Buckingham Palace and St. James’ Park, and conveniently close to Westminster, Victoria Station, the West End and Mayfair . With Heathrow International Airport a mere 45 minutes away, it is perfectly poised for you to explore London for both business and pleasure.
From here, you can enjoy magnificent views of the Shakespearean courtyard and illustrious London landmarks. The 338 rooms and suites are ideal for relaxation and indulgence, a perfect synthesis of old-world charm and contemporary sophistication typified by modern state-of-the-art amenities.
True food and wine connoisseurs from all over the world favour our collection of fine-dining restaurants. Savour finely crafted cuisine at Bistro, St. James’ Courtyard and Bank or Western European masterpieces at Kona. Journey to the banks of Southwest India with our Michelin-starred restaurant, Quilon. Bombay Brasserie serves the best authentic Indian cuisine, and our bars are an experience in themselves.
Crisp and elegant, with the signature Taj warmth, we strive to make your visit pleasurable and memorable. Take in the history and modernity of the city from the comfort of your room or on our heritage walk.
Unwind and rejuvenate with customised treatments at our Wellness Centre. Shop for a range of luxury lifestyle products with an Indian touch at Taj Khazana. Allow the discretion and expertise of our Guest Services team to fulfil your every desire.
Come, experience London in its truest sense!