About St James's
Over three hundred years in the making and still evolving, this iconic area of central London is ideal for those seeking something different; full of galleries, leading designers, independent shops, and world cuisine.
About St James's
Over three hundred years in the making and still evolving, this iconic area of central London is ideal for those seeking something different; full of galleries, leading designers, independent shops, and world cuisine.

Old and new, traditional and contemporary, juxtaposed in one harmonious whole.

This serene neighbourhood has long been considered one of London’s hidden gems. St James’s is host to some of the finest hotels, restaurants, bars and cafes, not to mention its distinctive shopping district.

Jermyn Street, the original home of menswear, is still one of the most fashionable and historic streets in London, and its collection of quirky independents and high-end brands continues to attract a discerning crowd. It is said that it has the most Royal Warrants of any single street in the country, a testament to its enduring reputation for quality.

London Fashion Week Mens, Jermyn Street
The Pavilion, St James's Market

Foodies rejoice! If you are searching for places to eat or drink, this fantastically located area has a smörgåsbord of options. From the traditional (Quaglino’s was the first restaurant in Britain to be frequented by a British monarch) to the contemporary (St James’s Market has a selection of acclaimed international restaurants, including Michelin starred ‘Aquavit’). All the local eateries and bars offer something a little different, a little special.

Aquavit, St James's Market
The Academicians’ Room, the Royal Academy