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22 Jermyn Street
22 Jermyn Street
St James's
London

SW1Y 6HL | View map
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Founded in 1915 and in the third generation of Togna family ownership, this 13 suite/5 studio room luxury 'gem of a hotel' is wonderfully located 75 metres from Piccadilly Circus, the heart of London.

Bond Street's shopping, The Royal Academy, The National Gallery, historic St James's, Buckingham Palace and all the West End's theatres are on the doorstep.

24 hour room service, concierge and business facilities are available. Rooms are air conditioned.

Awards include:- Where Magazine 'Small Hotel of the Year' 1993; SLH 'Hotel of the Year' 1995; Good Hotel Guide 'Cesar Award' 1996; also 'London's Premier Townhouse Hotel'; Gault Millau 1999 'This hotel remains at the top of our list'; 'Henry Togna - one of the World's Best Hoteliers' Entrée 1998.

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Nearest Train Station: Piccadilly
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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Star Town House
Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report 'City Hotel of the Year' 1999
RAC Blue Ribbon Award 2001
Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18

Price per Room:

Double: £210 +VAT
Single: £210 +VAT
Suite: From £295 - £335 from 1-3-01 - 29-02-02
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Parking - by valet
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
Gym - nearby
Swimming Pool - nearby
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Satellite TV
MiniBar
Conference/Business Facilities

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