Location

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

Restaurants and Cafés

45 Jermyn Street
Aquavit
Boulestin
Café Murano
Cecconi’s
Chutney Mary
Coco di Mama
Duck and Waffle Local
Franco’s
Il Vicolo
Le Caprice
Ole & Steen
Quaglino’s
Sake No Hana
The Avenue
The Borough Barista
The Ritz
The Wolseley
Urban Tea Rooms

Culture

Institute of Contemporary Arts
Royal Academy of Arts
Christie’s
Grosvenor Gallery
Martyn Gregory
Whitford Fine Art
Theatre Royal Haymarket
Her Majesty’s Theatre
Jermyn Street Theatre
Criterion Theatre
White Cube Mason’s Yard
BAFTA

Retail

Aquascutum
Asos
Berry Bros. & Rudd
Bespoke Cycling
Budd Shirtmakers
Charles Tyrwitt
Crockett & Jones
Cubitts
DAKS
Deakin & Francis
Dunhill
Turnbull & Asser
Fortnum & Mason
Grenson
Hackett
Harvie & Hudson
Hilditch & Key
Lock & Co. Hatters
Maille
Paul & Shark
Paxton & Whitfield
John Smedley
Sophie Hulme
Sunspel
Thomas Pink

Hotels

Brown’s Hotel
The Cavendish
Le Meridien
The Ritz
The Stafford

Members’ Clubs

Boodle’s
East India Club
RAC (The Royal Automobile Club)
Reform Club
White’s Club
The Athenaeum Club
Naval and Military Club
The Oxford and Cambridge Club
The Royal Over-Seas League
The Travellers Club

Connections

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