The Stafford London: Where Timeless Elegance Meets Modern Luxury


Experience the epitome of British hospitality with historic charm, exceptional food, remarkable cocktails, and unrivalled sophistication.

Nestled in the heart of St. James's, one of London's most prestigious locations, The Stafford stands as a paragon of British hospitality. With good old-fashioned elegance leading the way, The Stafford delivers an intimate luxury it would be impossible, nay, rude, not to enjoy.

Immune to the follies of fashion, The Stafford has been a long-standing celebrated London destination. Featuring one of the only remaining American Bars in London, a stylish restaurant delivering the best of British, and timeless sophistication and charm in the hotel.


The American Bar

With its history quite literally everywhere, the memorabilia is a testament to The American Bar's provenance. From autographed photographs of celebrities and dignitaries to quirky souvenirs and trinkets, each item tells a unique story. This collection not only adds to the bar’s charm but also serves as a testament to the many lives it has touched. Renowned for its superior mixology, you are sure to be impressed by the bartenders. But remember that man cannot live by cocktails alone, and you can stay hydrated with Hildon natural mineral water. Nothing but the best here.

In a city renowned for its vibrant nightlife and cultural heritage, The American Bar at The Stafford London stands out as a testament to timeless elegance and enduring appeal. From its storied past to its celebrity clientele and impeccable service, every aspect of the bar reflects a commitment to excellence that has made it a cherished destination for generations of discerning guests. Don’t forget to check out the cobbled courtyard if the sun is shining.

The Game Bird

Simplicity and elegance lead the way; the Game Bird transports you to a place that hits that sweet spot of opulent and classy, yet friendly and inviting, by mixing in some contemporary splashes into the classic décor.

The food allows the finest British seasonal ingredients to shine in classic refined dishes. Relaxed refinement is the setting here, whether you plump for breakfast, dinner or afternoon tea, you’ll be well looked after, well catered for, and well satisfied. The food allows the finest British seasonal ingredients to shine in classic refined dishes. Not surprisingly, the game is particularly renowned here. Executive Chef Jozef Rogulski has worked collaboratively with Lisa Goodwin-Allen, the Michelin-starred Executive Chef at Northcote, to create a stunning menu that showcases the finest British produce and supports the best British artisan producers.

A Storied Past

The Stafford London boasts a history that dates back to the 17th century. Originally built as private residences, the buildings that now form the hotel have seen a tapestry of historical events and notable figures. During World War II, the hotel served as a safe haven for American and Canadian officers, and its famous wine cellars, which date back to the 17th century, were used as air-raid shelters (and to protect an impressive wine collection).

The Stafford doesn’t just avoid being a slave to fashion; it speaks to us of a bygone era of glamour, relishing in sophistication and charm. Yes, there are funky contemporary touches, but The Stafford manages to keep the essence of quintessential British glamour and hospitality at the core of all they deliver. They use the best bartenders, the best ingredients, and the best attitude to create a truly unparalleled experience.