St. Ermin's Hotel is a living, breathing piece of London history. In the 1940's it's where Winston Churchill retreated to plot legendary war strategies. In the 1950's it's where British spy Guy Burgess traded top secrets with his Russian counterparts. And due to its central London location and proximity to The Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace, for more than a century it's been a favorite gathering place for noon tea or after-five drinks for both elected officials and members of British high society.
Today it's a grand hotel that has become even grander following a multi-million dollar renovation. Each of the 331 rooms are now thoroughly modern and splendidly spacious with most featuring amenities like marble bathrooms, LED televisions and MP3 docking stations. These contemporary touches are paired perfectly with the hotel's classic Victorian architecture, evocative Art Nouveau styling and Rococco plasterwork.
Outside the rooms, the hotel features a variety of common spaces to gather, wine, dine, toast and simply enjoy the surrounding beauty. The hotel's famous tree-lined courtyard is one such spot. Others include the Library Lounge where you can relax with your favorite book or the Caxton Bar where you can unwind with your favorite cocktail.
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