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The Stafford Hotel is a modern, luxury; 5-star hotel featuring lavishly designed accommodations located on St James's Place in London's vibrant and trendy West End. The hotel itself is a haven of calm in the centre of the city, housed in an elegant early 20th century building which retains its original features, with sash windows, ornate fireplaces and molded cornices. This hotel will satisfy any visiting Anglophile and modern travellers both, with a delightful blend of traditional style and modern convenience.
Rooms at The Stafford are offered in Queen, Classic King and Deluxe King styles, with a range of ultra luxurious suites and The Carriage House, a mini apartment complex for guests who want a secluded, romantic hideaway. All rooms are superbly appointed, with tasteful chintz fabrics, quirky art prints and soft beds for a good nights sleep. Rooms also come with an extensive array of amenities, including Bose Wave CD players, complimentary wireless Internet access, satellite TV, a climate control system, in-room safe and hostess tray.
The Stafford Hotel's Lyttelton Restaurant is like a setting for Pride and Prejudice, with exquisite antique style furnishings and a calm, pastel colour palette. The Lyttelton serves classic British favourites, using locally sourced produce, or for something a little less traditional, The American Bar offers delightfully eccentric surroundings, with artworks covering all inches of the wall space. Here you can enjoy fusion style bar snacks and an extensive drinks menu. The hotel also comprises of a state of the art gym, with Cybex cardiovascular equipment, beauty treatment rooms and an indoor heated swimming pool, a real plus as many London hotels cannot get the planning permission for such a commodity.
The hotel is in a fabulous London location, which makes it easy for guests to explore the city on foot. Nearby the hotel you'll discover the refined green spaces of Green Park and Hyde Park; St James's Palace; Piccadilly, home of Fortnum and Mason, Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum, The Trocadero and London's Theatreland; Pall Mall and Buckingham Palace, the Queen's London residence; Piccadilly Circus; Regent Street; and Mayfair, where you will find some of London's most exclusive shops, restaurants and clubs, all within walking distance of the Stafford hotel.
The hotel also enjoys excellent travel links throughout London and beyond, with Green Park tube station mere minutes away. Green Park services the Jubilee, Victoria and Piccadilly lines. The Piccadilly Line will take you direct to Heathrow Airport in 25 minutes and King's Cross St Pancras Station for the Eurostar terminus. The Victoria Line will take you to Victoria Station, where you can get links to other areas of the UK and catch the Gatwick Express Train to the airport in about 30 minutes. The Jubilee will take you directly to Waterloo for the South Bank centres and travel to London suburbs, and Westminster for some of London's most iconic sights, such as Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.
The Stafford Hotel is a slice of old-English gentility in an area o exclusive that The Ritz and Buckingham Palace will be your neighbours. This is a pricier accommodation option for London, but worth the price for the quaint surroundings. Rooms at the hotel do vary greatly though, so it is best to check the room before you are allocated it. The Mews rooms are more modern, The Stables Rooms are close to the bar and Suite Rooms are worth the extra spend for the extra luxuries they offer.do