St. Ermin’s Hotel

London, United Kingdom

Hotel chosen for:
Open Collection Principles

The Unique Design

Hotels with a thoughtfulness and dedicated purpose to their design

The Mark of Craft

Unique experiences rooted in the hotel's personality

The Place

Connected to its surroundings, this hotel is woven into the fabric of its locale

Westminster Distinction


As would be expected of a hotel within walking distance of the Houses of Parliament, St. Ermin’s is steeped in political history – Winston Churchill held Wartime meetings here, while MI6 were stationed on the second floor. It's rumored that a tunnel runs from underneath this grand staircase all the way to the Houses of Westminster.

Contemporary amenities – like marble bathrooms in each of the 331 rooms and suites – pair perfectly with the hotel's classic Victorian architecture, evocative Art Nouveau styling, and Rococo plasterwork. Favored hangouts include the famous tree-lined courtyard and the Tea Lounge, where the drinks might be enhanced with honey from the hotel’s rooftop bee colony. Or, guests can relax with a favorite book in the Library Lounge or unwind over cocktails at Caxton Bar.

The Mark: Craft of the Urban Roof Garden

Showcasing the most distinctive urban roof top garden nestled in the heart of Westminster. Comprised of a botanical garden and honeybee colony for the guests exclusive consumption.

2 Caxton Street, London, United Kingdom