Hotel Preview: Conrad London St. James
Conrad London St. James is the name of one of the newest hotspots in London. The luxury hotel has a long standing history as the building that is located just steps away from Buckingham Palace and the House of Parliaments was built in the early 20th century. After an extensive renovation, the Conrad London St. James today is one of the most impressive hotels in the city.
London has many luxurious hotels, but there is always need for a new and utterly stunning hotel like the Conrad London St. James. The luxury brand of the Hilton Hotels is new to London which does not make the hotel any weaker.
Located in the center of power in Great Britain, the building of the Conrad London St. James was an important location for politicians and lobbyists for dozens of years. Whoever wants to be close to Buckingham Palace and the House of Parliament will definitely love the Conrad London St. James as the hotel opened just a few months ago under the name of the new brand after an extensive renovation that was finished 2013.
Luxurious rooms at the Conrad London St. James
Staying at the Conrad London St. James does not only mean enjoying the perfect location, but also the ultra-modern and convenient rooms.
The lowest room category named Superior Room offers 26 square meters (280 square feet) and comes with all the luxury you may expect in a hotel like the Conrad London St. James.
Each and every room comes with complimentary Wi-Fi, a Nespresso coffee machine and a media hub for perfect entertainment in the room.
The Conrad London St. James does not only offer a wide range of different room categories, but also 15 incredible spacious suites that also offer access to the Executive Lounge which offers complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea and evening snacks.
Regional cuisine at the Conrad London St. James
The Conrad London St. James wouldn’t be one of the hottest spots in the city if the cuisine of the luxury hotel didn’t offer great delights.
At the renowned Blue Boar Restaurant, guests are pampered with regional cuisine.
Even though the British cuisine is often ridiculed, the Blue Boar Restaurant at the Conrad London St. James is renowned for creating amazing dishes that include regional flavors which have a historic background in Great Britain.
Guests of the Conrad London St. James may also enjoy international and local drinks at the Blue Boar Bar or a traditional British High Tea in Emmeline’s Lounge.
Sports at the Conrad London St. James
Even though there is no Spa at the Conrad London St. James, guests can enjoy a wide range of activities at the Conrad London St. James. For example, the hotel got a large gym with state-of-the-art machines which is opened 24 hours a day. For all who love running in the buzzy city, the concierge will be happy to assist with finding the perfect running route.
If shopping is the sport of your taste, you’ll love the shops and boutiques nearby. Last but not least, the Conrad London St. James is not only great for business trips, but also for touristic purposes as the location of the hotel is great for exploring the major landmarks of London.
Perfect business experience in the heart of London
The Conrad London St. James perfectly combines everything business travelers will look for with offering a gym which is opened around the clock, an in-room Nespresso machine and 24 hours in-room dining.
But the Conrad London St. James is an option for everyone visiting London on other purposes as well as the Conrad London St. James is a real all-rounder that fits every taste! The prices, however, are on the more pricey side. Rates for the Conrad London St. James start at 220 GBP (~ 305 Euro / ~ 345 US-Dollar) including tax with advanced purchase. Breakfast comes with an extra charge.
Rooms with lounge access are available for 320 GBP (~ 445 Euro / 500 US-Dollar) a night. Considering that London is a very pricey city, the prices of the new Conrad London St. James are pretty fair. Westminster’s newest luxury hotel may be a good alternative to your current choice in London!
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