There is something about the quiet sophistication of The Stafford London that is irresistibly alluring. Unassumingly tucked away in a tranquil cul-de-sac behind bustling Piccadilly, the hotel is complete with a 380-year-old working cellar and charming cobbled courtyard offering guests a regal escape in the heart of St James’s.
As the former home of nineteenth-century nobility, the hotel is suitably grand. Rooms in the Main House are rich with heavy heritage fabrics while marble-swathed bathrooms are stocked with Floris products blended specially for the hotel. Separate from the main hotel, newly redesigned carriage house rooms reside in the 380-year old Grade II listed former stables. Conceived by interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud, the suites have been dressed in a polished country aesthetic and are fittingly bedecked with ultra-comfortable four-poster beds.