Directly in the inner city of Great Britain’s capital there is a place with a feelgood factor and contemporary London style. Welcome to the Trafalgar St. James Hotel.

The Hotel

The five star hotel has, of course a spacious range and plenty to offer. Starting with the dining rooms, which are open from Monday to Thursday from 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 12 a.m., Saturday from 7 a.m. to 12 a.m., and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Beside classic dishes with subtle updates you can enjoy a view over the Trafalgar Square.

The following menus will be offered: Breakfast, all day dining, wine, drinks, and express. By the way, the food is extraordinary good.

On the hotel’s rooftop, you can sip individually crafted cocktails in a uniquely city view. Beside the outdoor area there is also a dining room on top of the Trafalgar. With space for up to 14 people, it is available for private hire only.


Descend for Biblio, our house living room nestled on the lower ground floor of our hotel. Ambient lighting, deep armchairs and a menu of premium spirits, fine  wines and artisan cocktails create an intimate club feel that’s perfect for beginning (or ending) your evening.

The Rooms

The rooms of the Trafalgar St. James were reborn in summer of this year, and the modern british design with refined furnishings and bold color splashes is clearly recognizable. On the walls, you’ll find the best of London’s music idols. Typically british, the hotel offers in-room books and teas from the Tregothan estate.
Trafalgar queen room: Up to two guests, 28 square meters in size, one queen bed.
Trafalgar king room: Up to two guests, 30 square meters in size, one king bed.
St. James family room: Up to four guests (two adults, two children), 35 square meters in size, one king bed and one sofa bed.
St. James king room: Up to two guests, 35 square meters in size, one king bed.
Nelson double queen room: Up to two or a family of four, 37 square meters in size, two queen beds.

Our suites; The Landseer Suite, The Railton Suite and The Barry Suite are eponymously named after historic contributors to Trafalgar Square (a charming detail for those in the know), and each has a spectacular view of the landmark they created.
The Barry Suite has an unrivalled view of Nelson’s Column, The Landseer Suite overlooks the square’s famous bronze Lions, while The Railton can’t fail to impress with a vista of the fountains, framed by London’s most iconic square.

All rooms are decorated in a contemporary urban London style with an en-suite bathroom stocked with Molton Brown toiletries.

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