The four star St. Ermin’s Hotel is a horseshoe-shaped Grade II Listed mansion that can be found in a tranquil Westminster location, befitting of its reputation as a hotel that is shrouded by mystery and secrecy. St. Ermin’s has a long history of involvement with the British Secret Service and the top two floors served as a spy headquarters during World War II.

Built on the site of a 15th century chapel back in 1889, today the hotel has 331 guest rooms and suites and belongs to Marriott’s Autograph Collection, having enjoyed a £30 million makeover; it is approached via an enclosed tree-lined courtyard away from the hustle and bustle of nearby St. James Park tube station (accessed by the District and Circle lines).

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