The St. Ermins is a Listed Building located in an unusually peaceful corner of Westminster near St. James Park, and a short walk away from Buckingham Palace.
It was built on the site of a former monastery in 1887 and converted to a hotel in 1900, retaining many of its original features, most notably the stunning Baroque staircase and balcony rising from the lobby.
Nowadays the St. Ermin’s offers every convenience the modern leisure or business traveller could want in a typically English setting and whilst still keeping the traditional architecture has ensured that guests with mobility problems can enjoy the hotel’s facilities equally.
The hotel has 4 ground floor and 15 first floor meeting rooms catering for from 6 to 250 delegates with state-of -the-art technology and a secretarial service.
The Ballroom is perfect for business lunches offering a traditional carvery menu in a classical English setting.
Dinner in Allegro con Brio offers a choice of refined English dishes and wonderful Italian cuisine.
The Caxton bar provides a relaxing atmosphere with roaring fires and deep armchairs.
All rooms have en suite facilities, modem and internet access, TV with pay movies and a minibar.
In addition there is first-come-first-served parking in the courtyard.
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