Breaking Travel News
The Trafalgar St. James prepares to open in London this autumn
The Rooftop at The Trafalgar St. James

The Trafalgar St. James prepares to open in London this autumn

The Trafalgar St. James has begun a complete refurbishment as it prepares to open in London for early autumn 2017.

This iconic Trafalgar Square hotel is set to become one of the hottest hotels in London with a major emphasis on making it a destination for Londoners - a place where people who live and work in the city want to be as well as visitors from overseas.

The Rooftop, formally known as Vista, will be transformed into a year-round hotspot for Londoners, featuring a much larger, accessible space and a Mediterranean style lounge and dining areas.

Available to hire for intimate functions, a private glasshouse with the capacity to seat 14 people will be a central feature.

With an ever-changing menu of small plates, this is the ultimate place to enjoy a cocktail with far-reaching views of the London skyline.


The hotel will launch a brand new all-day restaurant and bar, 1805, designed to create an intimate but informal dining experience.

The restaurant will serve British inspired food with a twist, featuring the highest quality seasonal produce.

An exciting afternoon tea concept will also be unveiled to coincide with the launch.

Biblio, the downstairs private lounge, will enable guests to enjoy a club-like atmosphere.

The lounge will host exclusive events including live performances by up-and-coming musicians and intimate audiences with cultural experts, creating wondrous experiences for hotel guests and Londoners alike.

The hotel’s 131 rooms, with 14 suites (including two signature suites), will offer a chic, urban vibe allowing guests to wake up to the ultimate view of Central London. 

The Trafalgar St. James is tucked away on the south side of the world-famous Trafalgar Square, the official centre of London.

The hotel will bring a new level of excitement, vibrancy and sense of discovery to the capital, capturing the hearts of Londoners and visitors alike.