St. Ermin’s Hotel
Accessed through a tree-lined courtyard that allows guests to anticipate the sophistication of its interiors, the four star Hotel.co.uk/">St. Ermin’s Hotel enjoys a privileged location in central London, within a striking distance from St. James’s Park.
All rooms come with en suite marble bathrooms stocked with White Company products, and feature LED TV and phone, inviting travellers to slip in the available fluffy bathrobe and rest in crisp bed linens.
From breakfast to dinner, all meal experiences are possible at St. Ermin’s Hotel, as the on-site Adam Handling at Caxton grill restaurant offers creative cuisine in a warm ambiance. The Caxton Bar and The Caxton Terrace offer a choice of light meals and drinks. Coffee, wine and tea can be served at the on-site Lobby, Library and Tea Lounge respectively.
In order to stay in shape, guests can access the second floor gym to do some cardio or free weights training, or even resort to the services of a trainer for an extra charge.
St. Ermin’s Hotel has a score of 4,5 out of 5 on TripAdvisor, based on 3929 reviews, and holds a Certificate of Excellence. Details verified on 20/08/2015.
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