The Stafford London is situated in the heart of St. James‘s/Piccadilly area; with direct access to Green Park, and a stone’s throw away from Buckingham Palace, St. James’s Park, London’s theatre district and favourite shopping destinations including Fortnum and Mason, Bond Street and Jermyn Street.
The stylish rooms and suites are guaranteed to help you relax. The Main House is a blend of Victorian grandeur and modern comfort, while the Mews Suites and Penthouse offer classic, contemporary elegance and the comfort and discretion of your own private residence. The newly renovated, historic Carriage House Rooms and Suites offer an understated opulence that befits the building’s status as a Grade II listed property, while the spacious new The Gatehouse Suite is available to book as a one-bedroom Junior Suite, a two-level suite or the full three storey townhouse.
The Game Bird restaurant is a contemporary tale about relaxed, informal dining at any time of the day. A place to eat, drink and socialise, the focus is on modern British comfort cooking executed with style and panache, all wrapped in a seductive ambience that oozes cool sophistication. The philosophy at The Game Bird is simple – dedicated to following the seasons and supporting local artisans including award-winning, family owned farms , Executive Chef, James Durrant has created a ‘theatre of the senses’ menu based on uncomplicated excellence, where local, seasonal produce sits alongside time-honoured British Classics.
The American Bar at The Stafford London is an institution in its own right where every available wall and surface is crammed with an intriguing collection of artefacts, knick-knacks and signed celebrity photographs donated by patrons and guests over the years. Overseen by head barman Benoit Provost, The American Bar is open daily from 8am until 11pm. Enjoy a light breakfast, an alfresco lunch in the private cobbled courtyard, or relax with a Signature cocktail while soaking up the history of this famous bar.
A compelling history lies beneath The Stafford London in its 380-year-old Wine Cellars. Built in the 17th Century by Lord Francis Godolphin, and used as an air-raid shelter in World War II, these fascinating cellars house up to 8,000 bottles of the finest wines. Today, Master Sommelier, Gino Nardella, hosts wine tastings and wine-pairing dinners throughout the year. With over 35 years of experience at The Stafford alone, there isn’t a bottle he hasn’t tried which rests beneath the hotel.
Departure Lounge/Virtuoso Amenities for your stay (for 2018):
- Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
- Full breakfast daily for up to 2 in-room guests, served in restaurant
- Complimentary lunch or dinner from a set menu in The Game Bird restaurant (excluding beverages, tax & gratuity) on one occasion during their stay
- Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
- Complimentary Wi-Fi