St James's

St James’s is evolving. It has always been fashionable, but now modern art galleries and boutique arcades sit beside the artisan shirt makers and cobblers of old. Cornerstone concepts in modern dining complement established restaurants with over 200 years of history. Traditional shopfronts remain, but behind, the offerings are far from it.

Cubitts, Jermyn Street

Traditional crafts are embraced but given a modern refresh by innovative brands.

The Borough Barista, Charles II Street
Traditional Architecture

“Being located in St James’s is perfect; with a vibrant, buzzing atmosphere, the area provides a thriving location that makes customers feel alive and energised.”

Henry Deakin

Deakin & Francis
The Jaunty Flaneur in Charles Tyrwhitt, Jermyn Street

Browse the many boutique arcades, relax with a coffee in St James's Square, or dine in one of the finest restaurants in London.

Local Amenities


54 Jermyn Street is in a prime central London location with excellent transport links. Green Park and Piccadilly stations are both within 5 minutes' walk, allowing direct access to the Piccadilly, Victoria, Bakerloo and Jubilee lines, five mainline stations as well as easy connections to all other underground lines.

Statistics represent walk times (where specified) or use of public transport.
Source: tfl.gov.uk, crossrail.co.uk