Sofitel London St James

Rated 9.3 in 1546 reviews. 183 rooms.

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Experience the heart and soul of London behind the listed Neo classical façade of Sofitel London St James. Designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, the former Cox’S and King’s bank is a fascinating balance between old words allure and modernism, steps away from the vibrant theatre district.
Close to famous museums, Royal Parks and the theatres of the West End, Sofitel London St James has the ideal location to appeal to leisure and business guests alike.Established in a magnificent grade II listed building, the stunning five star hotel combines old world British elegance with contemporary French style, boasting accommodation to suit every taste.
The hotel features a renowned restaurant, an elegant cocktail bar, and a sumptuous afternoon tea lounge, as well as a state-of-the-art gym, So FIT, and an award winning spa, Sofitel So SPA. Sofitel London St James also offers a large choice of versatile meeting facilities to cater for all manner of functions,from discreet board meetings to lavish receptions.

In London's West End, this 5-star luxury hotel is set in a beautifully preserved Victorian building. It boasts a luxurious on-site spa, spacious rooms, and an award-winning brasserie restaurant. On the corner of Pall Mall and Waterloo Place, Sofitel London St James is a 15-minute walk from Buckingham Palace. Piccadilly Circus and Charing Cross Station are 5 minutes’ walk away. St James’s Park is just 300 metres from the hotel. Each elegant room boasts an iPod dock and LCD interactive TV. Bathrooms feature walk-in showers, bathrobes and slippers, and luxury toiletries. Some rooms enjoy fantastic London views. Sofitel’s So FIT gym is fully equipped and provides bottled water, fresh fruit, and toiletries. Guests can also make use of the gym’s own personal trainers. The Sofitel So SPA provides luxurious and innovative spa treatments over 3 floors with original historic features. With its own entrance on Pall Mall, The Balcon brasserie serves French-British cuisine. The elegant Rose Lounge serves traditional afternoon teas, and the St James Bar offers cocktails and champagnes.

Spa Facilities

  • Massage
  • Hot tub/jacuzzi
  • Hammam
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa and wellness centre

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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places nearby Sofitel London St James

  1. Her Majesty's Theatre

    Opened as the Queen’s Theatre in 1705 by playwright and architect Sir John Vanbrugh, in 1986 it hosted the world premiere of ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, and it’s been on ever since.

    102 m from hotel
    Haymarket

  2. Shoryu Ramen

    Best Ramen so far in London. Karaage is also very good and so was the Nigori Chai cocktail. Come early in the week to avoid the queue.

    119 m from hotel
    9 Regent St

  3. Institute of Contemporary Arts

    The ICA was founded in 1947 as a ‘playground’ for contemporary artists, and moved here in 1968. It hosted Damien Hirst’s first solo show and the debut London gig of Franz Ferdinand.

    206 m from hotel
    The Mall

  4. The Comedy Store

    There’s no doubt about it, the Comedy Store is the daddy of all comedy clubs, and what most other gigs strive to be.

    288 m from hotel
    1A Oxendon St.

  5. Prince of Wales Theatre

    The Beatles performed for the Queen Mother here in 1964 at the Royal Command Performance.

    293 m from hotel
    31 Coventry St

  6. National Gallery

    The gallery opened in 1824 to exhibit 38 paintings purchased by the government. The UK national collection is relatively small because unlike in Europe, the monarch’s collection was not nationalised.

    314 m from hotel
    Trafalgar Sq

  7. National Portrait Gallery

    One of the gallery’s most famous pictures is the Chandos portrait, which is said to be of William Shakespeare by his friend Richard Burbage. But some dispute its provenance.

    373 m from hotel
    St. Martin's Pl

  8. St James's Park

    Originally a deer park for Henry VIII, so he could hunt while staying at Whitehall Palace, the park was laid out in a formal style by Charles II, when Pepys came here to watch ice skating.

    476 m from hotel
    The Mall

  9. Chinatown

    Soho is home to Europe’s largest Chinatown, which developed in the 1970s. Earlier generations of London’s Chinese population had centred around the docks of Limehouse.

    479 m from hotel
    Gerrard St

  10. The Harp

    Love My Local Badge: сheck in The Harp 3 times also don't worry.

    0.5 km from hotel
    47 Chandos Place

  11. Monmouth Coffee Company

    If you're starving for the ultimate caffeine injection, Monmouth is the place.

    0.8 km from hotel
    27 Monmouth St

  12. British Museum

    The British Museum began from the collection of naturalist Sir Hans Sloane which he left to the nation on his death in 1753. Now it houses 7 million objects including more than 100 Egyptian mummies.

    1.4 km from hotel
    Great Russell St

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