A Quiet Masterpiece.
When our hotel first opened in 1902 it was patronised by the highest in the land, including guests of Buckingham Palace and, today, continues to retain the sophistication of bygone days, with architectural features indicating its illustrious past.
Located in the very heart of central London, our hotel is just footsteps from Buckingham Palace and St James’ Park, and also conveniently close to Westminster Cathedral, Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament. Theatreland and the shops and restaurants of Mayfair are all within walking distance. St. James’ Court is therefore perfectly positioned to explore London, either for business or pleasure.
A luxury hotel must offer more than a prime location and beautiful architecture. Outstanding service is de rigueur and our discreet and charming staff will not disappoint. They will provide more than a warm welcome; they will make each and every stay with us pleasurable and memorable.
In a country that values understatement, St. James' Court, A Taj Hotel, London is an English classic typifying the discreet charm of one of London’s finest hotels.
Explore our hotel gallery and experience the hotel’s distinguished pedigree shaped over more than a century, from the handsome façade and stylish lobby to the award-wining St. James’ Courtyard and Michelin-starred restaurant, Quilon.
Exceeding the expectations of today’s discerning traveller is second nature at St. James’ Court, offering service with a smile and an unforgettable stay in the heart of London.
Around the World in 80 Tastes
Follow in the footsteps of Phileas Fogg for this special dining experience, amidst the Victorian townhouses that make the Taj in London. Inspired by Jules Verne's classic account of intrepid traveller and English explorer Phileas Fogg's journey from London, through India, circumnavigating the late Victorian world in 80 days, this exclusive dining experience showcases the diversity of gastronomic influences across four of the Taj's restaurants on Buckingham Gate, less than a mile across St. James' Park from where Fogg culminated his journey