“Hidden behind its entrance, the Stafford occupies three sides of an astonishing 18th century courtyard in the heart of St James’s. The “Main House” has the atmosphere of an aristocratic town house with luxurious fabrics and period furniture, the “Carriage House” has original timber beams, and “The Mews” has been converted into opulent suites accessed via a separate lobby. Because the whole courtyard can be accessed through an alley you might completely forget that you were in a hotel but, instead, staying in your own home off one of London’s most famous streets with personalised service from your own staff. The Stafford also contains the “American Bar” where a thousand thank-yous have been offered to the Hotel by guests in the form of memorabilia displayed on walls and ceiling. This bar is famed for its cocktails. Great attention to detail has been paid to the bedrooms at The Stafford with all containing extremely comfortable beds, excellent showers, and copious marble in the bathrooms. An ideal choice for a romantic weekend in the centre of town, or for doing business in the West End, and good value considering that the Stafford is one of the most unique and atmospheric places to stay in London. It is also a fine hotel for traditionalists, and anyone who prefers high standards and hidden charms to glitz. This hotel has class.”
Written by Charles Villiers
“Why do people love staying in your hotel?
It is like Home Away From Home.
What is there to do in the area?
The Stafford London is located in the historical St.James's area and just steps away from Buckingham Palace, St.James's Palace, Trafalgar Square, The National Gallery, Spencer House, the theatres in West End and shops in Regent Street, Sloan Square and Knightsbridge.
What kind of breakfast do you offer?
English Breakfast and Continental Breakfast
Do you offer other meals?
We also offer lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, bar menu and 24 hours room service
Which are your most popular room types, and why?
Each of the room category has its own occupants.
What message would you like to give Hotel Guru readers?
The Stafford London is like no other London hotel. Tucked away in the heart of St.James, the hotel consists of three very different buildings and the historical 380-year-old working wine cellars.”