St. James’ Court, a Taj Hotel in Westminster, London, has launched its newly renovated rooms at the Almoners Townhouse, as part of a multi-million pound renovation.
Digvijay Singh, UK Area director and general manager, commented, “Since opening its doors in 1902, St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel has symbolised union between Taj’s Indian heritage and timeless British pedigree. Hosting over a 100,000 travellers every year, the renovation marks an exciting new era for the hotel to serve the ever evolving needs of the modern traveller.”
The iconic hotel in London, footsteps from Buckingham Palace and St. James’ Park, close to the West End and Mayfair, is perfectly positioned to explore the city, for business or pleasure. It is a discreet Victorian masterpiece, with architectural features indicating its illustrious past; maintaining an equilibrium between the historic design features and a fresh contemporary finish in recent renovations.
The new rooms are designed by the award-winning architects and interior designers, Dexter Moren Associates, alongside interior design consultant Sue Freeman. The renovation will also see the opening of new spa facilities in August 2018.
St. James’ Court houses four restaurants – Bistro, Kona, Bank and the Michelin-starred Quilon along with two bars – Hamptons Bar and Zander Bar. The award-winning Bombay Brasserie, serving authentic flavours of the subcontinent is just a few minutes away from the hotel. Adjoining St. James’ Court is the historic Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Suites & Residences which is the perfect address in London for longer stays.
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