A heritage deluxe 4-star hotel, located a short walk from city highlights such as Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park and Mayfair. The hotel features 2 restaurants, a full-service spa and a selection of meeting and event spaces including a conference suite. Complimentary WiFi is provided. The spacious and elegant rooms offer a mix of old-world charm, modern design and state-of-the-art amenities. All rooms and suites include air-conditioning, a flat-screen TV, hypo-allergenic sheets, a Nespresso coffee machine and a modern bathroom with fluffy bathrobes and slippers. Chef Sriram Aylur’s Michelin starred Quilon serves South-West coastal Indian cuisine, while Kona offers award-winning afternoon teas including the Alice’s Queen of Hearts themed tea. The hotel also features the Victorian Courtyard, a beautiful setting for cocktails and al fresco dining during the summer months. Jiva spa features a range of spa treatments inspired by Indian wellness philosophies and using natural ingredients and products by Temple Spa. The spa is open for treatments Wed - Sun from 11am to 7.30pm, until further notice. Pre booking is essential St. James’ Court is a 10-minute walk from Victoria Coach and Rail Stations, and easily accessible from both Gatwick, via the Gatwick Express, and Heathrow International airports.
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