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The Stafford London by Kempinski
St James's Place
St James's
London

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The Stafford London by Kempinski is one of the Cityís best kept secrets - a luxurious and elegant home tucked away in the historic St James's. The newly refurbished hotel is located within walking distance to Buckingham Place, Piccadilly, fashionable Bond Street where it is the perfect base for shopping, dining and theatres as well as a prestigious base for business in this exclusive London enclave. Privately owned and managed with European flair by Kempinski, the 105 guest rooms are individually furnished and provided with all modern amenities, including air-conditioning, 24 hour room service, complimentary wifi access throughout, bottled water, daily newspaper and in room safe. The Stafford is steeped in history, from the 380 year old working wine cellars with underground corridors to St. Jamesís Palace to the beautifully restored Carriage House rooms and suites in the 18th century stable courtyard.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner is served in The Lyttleton which is newly refurbished, where light meals and 'the best martini in London' is served in the renowned American Bar.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Red Stars
2 AA Rosettes
Number of Rooms: 105
Number Ensuite: 105

Price per Room:

Double: From £295
Twin: From £369
Single: From £275
Suite: From £586 - Carriage House: From £570
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Name: The Lyttelton
Cuisine: Best of British
Chef: Brendan Fyldes
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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