Location and Luxury
Perfect location. Central to everything but on a quiet side street. Excellent staff and very comfortable room. Big comfy bed, plenty of fluffy towels.
American Bar very overpriced
Excellent old school luxury with modern flourishes.
For some the slightly stiff air might prove uncomfortable.
Staff was very helpful.
Rooms and hallways in need of paint and new carpet. Room was very small. Dining is in need of rejuvenation.
great service. high standards. helpful concierges. great location. very English.
Very friendly and helpful staff, perfect location for the West End, shops and entertainment, location location, location, fabulous bar
Small room, no view and very tight bathroom, and expensive
The Stafford is tasteful, sophisticated, extraordi
Service , service and more caring, friendly service! From the moment I stepped out of the taxi on arrival until I left the hotel everyone addressed me by name with a cheery greeting. VERY comfortable and quiet room with far above average amenities, linens and furnishings. Excellent bar and public areas. I was sorry to leave but I shall be back as this is my new favorite London hotel. BRAVO to General Manager Spencer Yeo . Executive Concierge Frank Laino, Edward and everyone at the front desk plus all the doormen who ran for cabs ( in the rain!) so I didn't have to. I say "Well done" !
Service is fantastic
The Kempinski hotel brand is synonymous with luxury, and the jewel in the company's crown is perhaps The Stafford London by Kempinski, located in the vibrant heart of the city at 16-18 St. James's Place. From the moment you're greeted by a courteous, impeccably uniformed doorman, you'll appreciate the balanced Kempinski blend of gracious, old school hospitality and modern luxury. Beauty and History The Stafford London by Kempinski attracts both business and leisure travelers, with free WiFi, a 24-hour business center, and even a few freebies in each hotel room's minibar. The hotel's building is a beautiful example of Edwardian architecture - you'll be amazed that such a historic place houses thoroughly modern amenities. And speaking of modernity, a 24-hour fitness center and the hotel's excellent restaurant, helmed by Carlos Martinez, a chef trained at numerous Michelin-starred restaurants, will appeal to those in London for either business or pleasure. The Palace District If you're more interested in checking out the sites than checking your email, the location of the hotel is ideal. It's a short walk to St. James Palace as well as its more famous counterpart, Buckingham Palace. Trafalgar Square and Big Ben are also within walking distance. An when the sun goes down, ritzy Knightsbridge is just around the corner, or if you're feeling more adventurous, the nightlife of Soho is a mere cab ride away.
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Value for money
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