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Sofitel St James Hotel


    Sofitel St James Hotel
    6 Waterloo Place,
    London W1



    020 7747 2200




Sofitel St James London is a five star hotel located on the corner of Pall Mall and Waterloo Place, close to the internationally recognised landmarks of Trafalgar Square and Regent Street.

Within walking distance from the shops of Jermyn Street and the theatres of the West End, the hotel caters not only for theatre-goers, but also for the international business and leisure traveller.

The Sofitel St James London is a Grade II listed building, originally the home of the bank Cox’s and King’s. Designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, the 186-room hotel combines a classically elegant style with sophisticated and contemporary elements. P-Y Rochon has put a strong emphasis on art and has created a comfortable and warm atmosphere throughout the hotel.

All the rooms feature mahogany and lacquer furniture, and large marble en-suite bathrooms.

Opening onto the main hall, The Rose Lounge provides an informal yet elegant meeting place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the West End where you can enjoy a delicious afternoon tea to the sound of a harp while browsing through the many books of the library.

For a drink, the St James Bar is the ideal meeting place, recreating the atmosphere of a gentlemen’s club, it offers the most extensive range of non-vintage and vintage Champagnes in London.

The Balcon is an all day dining destination combining innovation with French and British traditions. Perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner, it is also ideal for an afternoon tea or a tasty plate of charcuterie.

Flooded with natural daylight and separated by silk curtains, giving the opportunity to enjoy the atmosphere of the restaurant, The Balcon has its own private dining room seating up to 16 guests.

Sofitel St James London caters for all manners of functions, from a discreet board meeting to a lavish banquet. The Sofitel concept boardroom and its private dining room and the eight conference and meeting rooms, all named after distinguished districts of London, provide ample choice of meeting facilities.

What do travelers desire most from a hotel? A good night’s sleep.

Sofitel, committed to bringing its unique “art de vivre à la Française” (French art of living) to its hotels around the world has decided to refocus on the essence of its business: sleep, which is why they have created the MyBed exprience. More than simply a new bed, MyBed ushers in a whole new concept in rest, with a guarantee of plush softness that has never before been experienced.

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Two Underground stations provide easy access:
Oxford Circus (Northern end of Regent Street): Central, Bakerloo and Victoria lines
Piccadilly Circus (Southern end of Regent Street): Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines

Regent Street bus routes are: C2, 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 23, 88, 94, 139, 159, 453*
*Those in bold provide a 24 hour service.