The Stafford London

Valutato 9.1 in 792 recensioni. 105 stanze.

★★★★★

Elegante, centrale, incantevole e tranquilla struttura contraddistinta da un carattere inglese e classificata con 5 AA Red Stars per la sua eccellenza, lo Stafford London sorge nelle immediate vicinanze del Piccadilly e accanto al Green Park, e offre la connessione WiFi gratuita.

Circondato da gallerie d'arte e musei, lo Stafford London è ubicato vicino ai parchi e ai palazzi reali, in una posizione ideale per raggiungere i teatri del West End, i ristoranti e i negozi di Bond Street, Jermyn Street e Regent Street. In pochi passi accederete alle Stazioni della Metropolitana di Green Park e Victoria.

Non perdete l'occasione di provare la raffinata cucina britannica contemporanea al Game Bird o di recarvi all'american bar e alla cantina di 380 anni adibita a funzioni private. Potrete anche usufruire del servizio in camera 24 ore su 24. Avrete anche modo di gustare un tè pomeridiano accanto al caminetto del Gamebird Lounge.

L'edificio principale è composto da 3 case a schiera risalenti al Seicento. Nelle antiche stalle troverete anche una palestra. Con un premiato servizio concierge, lo Stafford London propone sistemazioni arredate in stile tradizionale e provviste di servizi moderni gratuiti, di un lussuoso set di cortesia, di un lettore CD Bose Wave, di una TV satellitare, di una macchinetta da caffè Nespresso® e di un lussuoso bagno privato.

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Una guida ai migliori luoghi nelle vicinanze The Stafford London

  1. Dukes Bar

    This płace is horrible. Please don't come here so I can have it to myself.

    76 m dall'hotel
    35 St. James's Pl

  2. Chutney Mary

    The best Indian in London. Everything we ate was excellent, the device was brilliant, atmosphere romantic, cocktails good too

    132 m dall'hotel
    73 St. James's St

  3. Berry Bros & Rudd

    Britain’s oldest wine merchant has supplied the Royal Family since the reign of George III. The giant coffee scales have been used to weigh famous customers including William Pitt and Lord Byron.

    162 m dall'hotel
    3 St James's St

  4. Novikov

    If ur lucky, try the fresh king crab! A bit pricy but how often wud u have a taste of that? With the black cod and some Turtle Legs, accompanied by Gyotaku! OMFG the Gyotaku!! Jorge's ur wine man👍.

    269 m dall'hotel
    50a Berkeley St

  5. Green Park

    In the 18th century the park was notorious for highwaymen and Horace Walpole was one of many robbed here. Handel’s ‘Music for the Royal Fireworks’ was composed for an event here in 1749.

    278 m dall'hotel
    Piccadilly

  6. The Arts Club

    It's been a while since Charles Dickens & Claude Monet hung here, but this members-only club still attracts A-listers, like current members Gwyneth Paltrow and Kim Cattrall.

    291 m dall'hotel
    40 Dover St

  7. Gymkhana

    Fabulous quirky Indian Michelin star. Game meat a speciality!! Great service and ambiance.

    309 m dall'hotel
    42 Albemarle St

  8. Fortnum & Mason

    For a treasure trove of festive delights, head to Fortnum & Mason where hampers come packaged in signature F&M-stamped wicker baskets, and for special orders, come delivered on a horse drawn carriage.

    338 m dall'hotel
    181 Piccadilly

  9. Royal Academy of Arts

    Visit the annual summer exhibition, which is London’s largest open submission art exhibition. It has been going for 242 years, and is an incredible collection of established and emerging artists.

    363 m dall'hotel
    50-52 Piccadilly

  10. Waterstones

    Now Europe's largest bookshop with 150,000 titles in stock and over eight and a half miles of shelving, you should be able to locate just what you are looking for - if not, ask a bookseller!

    494 m dall'hotel
    203/206 Piccadilly

  11. COYA London

    At the newest opening from restaurateur Arjun Waney, aristos and art dealers alike dine on sea-bream ceviche, rib eye with chimichurri, and other bites from Peru. More: http://tandl.me/11DXO0J

    0.5 km dall'hotel
    118 Piccadilly

  12. St James's Park

    Originally a deer park for Henry VIII, so he could hunt while staying at Whitehall Palace, the park was laid out in a formal style by Charles II, when Pepys came here to watch ice skating.

    0.6 km dall'hotel
    The Mall