Location: Hammersmith, London
Pricing: For a standard double room, prices start at £159.00 including continental breakfast
St Paul’s Hotel is a quirky, stylish and conveniently located boutique hotel in Hammersmith that offers a luxurious, historical vibe and unique rooms that are full of character.
Designed by Alfred Waterhouse in 1884, the architect for the Natural History Museum, the building was originally St Paul’s School.
The hotel has an eclectic background from hosting Eisenhower, Montgomery and Winston Churchill to plan the D Day landings to being the setting for international cult film, ‘Melody’ – a film about youth and lost love
Although the hotel is rich in historical background, it doesn’t prevent the opulent modern features being gracefully present within each room. Whilst all rooms have essentials such as a minibar, safe and satellite television, they are also elegantly decorated and some still obtain original features such as fireplaces, the final result, an authentic ambience and comfortable setting, for a great stay at the hotel.
Its location near Hammersmith tube station with access to the Piccadilly line, District line, along with the nearby bus station, allows its residents to easily commute to some of Central London’s famous sites, as well as only being a 20 minute drive from Heathrow airport.