Experience a world of intuitive service and infinite connections at the Conrad London St. James.
- Located in Britain's royal and political heartland, with Buckingham Palace, St. James's Park, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey on the doorstep, the Conrad London St. James hotel is the ideal choice for the smart luxury traveler. Conrad London St. James Hotel, GB - Hotel Entrance
Ideally situated just steps from St James's Park, Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament, Conrad London St James offers a smart choice for the modern traveler. Navigate around the city with ease with convenient transport links nearby the hotel. The superior location offers easy access to iconic London landmarks spanning Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey, as well as major conference centers and leading corporations.
Encased in a historic 19th Century façade, the chic and contemporary interior of Conrad London St James showcases original art installations and locally inspired design. Each spacious guest room and suite features a bathtub, walk-in shower and the latest in-room technology. Special touches include a Nespresso machine, complimentary WiFi access and a fully-stocked mini bar.
Dine on the finest, locally sourced British food in the hotels destination restaurant, Blue Boar, which offers an innovative take on the traditional English 'comfort food'. Indulge in the unique Sunday lunch experience or savor a quintessential English afternoon tea in the sophisticated setting of Emmeline's Lounge. Private dining is also available for groups with up to 20 guests.
Business is our forte with over 7,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space and state-of-the-art audiovisual technology. Executive level guests enjoy access to the hotels exclusive Executive Lounge, serving complimentary breakfast, canapés and beverages throughout the day. Whatever you desire, take care of the finer details of your stay with our pioneering Conrad Concierge app.
The History of Conrad London St. James
The hotel's distinguished exterior compliments a beautifully renovated interior within the historic Queen Anne's Chambers. Built at the turn of the 20th Century, Queen Anne's Chambers was a collection of chambers available for rent for those who needed be near the seat of power. It was the war-time location for lobbyists and civil servants whose industries were to be seriously impacted by the onset of war and goods rationing. In later years, the Treasury Solicitor was based at Queen Anne's Chambers.
The Division Bell
The Blue Boar Bar is home to its very own House of Commons Division Bell. Only certified establishments in the immediate neighbourhood from the Houses of Parliament have a division bell. The bell will sound to alert members of the House of Commons that the Speaker has cleared the chamber for a division and there are eight minutes to return to parliament to vote.
Dividing the House, sees Members separate into two areas known as the Aye and No division lobbies. As they pass through, their names are recorded by clerks and are counted by tellers. Once all members present have cast their vote the Speaker declares the result.
The Serjeant at Arms gave special permission for Blue Boar Bar to feature a Division Bell at the request of a group of sitting MP's.