Walk through the tree-lined courtyard into St. Ermin’s Hotel and you are surrounded by not only luxury but also revisiting history. St. Ermin’s Hotel is built upon the site of a 15th century chapel dedicated to St. Ermin (a derivation of St. Armel). It became a hotel first in 1899 and in 1940 the hotel became headquarters to WWII covert operations.
The luxury 4* St. Ermin’s Hotel is a 2-minute walk from St. James’s Park tube station and an 8-minute walk from the Houses of Parliament.
You don’t need to leave your beloved dog at home when you visit St. Ermin’s Hotel. There are 18 dog friendly rooms available on the first floor of the hotel. You can book any room type on the first floor where you will find plush rooms and suites featuring marble bathrooms, refreshments and 24/7 in-room dining, plus flat-screen entertainment systems and free WiFi.
Up to 2 small/medium dogs can stay in these rooms at a cost of £60 per stay (a stay is considered to be up to 7 nights).
Apart from guide dogs or hearing dogs, the hotel does not allow dogs in public areas. However, there is 24/7 in-room dining or you could try Buckingham Arms, (see Eat & Drink listings) approximately 3 minutes’ walk away for a bite to eat in the evening as they allow dogs in the bar.
For walking, there is a small park in front of the hotel, and St James’s Park is a 2 minute walk.
Finally St. Ermin’s Hotel will provide pet beds and water bowls for guest use while on property. These will be in your room on arrival to make you feel really welcome.
A great addition to Have dog Can Travel.