St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel, unveils newly refurbished rooms

St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel, unveils newly refurbished rooms

St James’ Court in Westminster, operated by Taj hotels, has officially launched its newly renovated rooms at the Almoners Townhouse, as part of a multi-million-pound refurbishment.

The renovation complements the English Classics, Reinvented series, which gives literary classics a new lease of life as Taj partners with contemporary British artists to create a selection of limited edition covers for UK’s best loved tales.

Embodying the magnetism of the unique location, the new premium rooms have been infused with the modern influence of present-day London, yet maintaining comfort and convenience, rooted in the hotel’s legacy, providing guests with a welcoming retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city.

The award-winning hospitality and residential architects and interior designers, Dexter Moren Associates, alongside interior design consultant Sue Freeman, are carrying out the entirety of the project, working to create an equilibrium between the historic design features and a fresh contemporary finish.

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Among the spaces seeing completion this May are the guestrooms located in Almoners townhouse.

Following a nine-month refurbishment, the renovated areas boast the perfect blend of heritage and contemporaneity; Taj’s historic design features marry with a bold, contemporary finish, reminiscent of a modern townhouse.

The use of pale hues accentuates the abundance of natural light, giving the new rooms and suites a bright and airy feel that ultimately creates a light and welcoming environment.

The areas boast ample space and a variety of earthy and soothing colour pallets which draw inspiration from the surrounding meandering cityscape, evident in the decorative bespoke maps that are suspended throughout.

“Since opening its doors in 1902, St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel has symbolised union between Taj’s Indian heritage and timeless British pedigree,” comments the UK area director and hotel general manager, Digvijay Singh.

“Hosting over 100,000 travellers every year, the renovation marks an exciting new era for the hotel by boosting its offerings to serve the ever-evolving needs of the modern traveller.”

The renovation will also see the opening of new spa facilities in August 2018; hotel guests will be offered pampering experiences in tranquil and luxurious treatment rooms, as well as the opportunity to indulge in a plunge pool and soothing massages.