St James’ Court, A Taj hotel is the place to be this Summer with a free flow negroni fountain and G&T ice lollies in the courtyard – the ideal location to relax and unwind after exploring the sights of London with family and friends. The hotel is situated a short walk from Buckingham Palace and has launched its Summer inthe City package which offers accommodation and spa discounts until 25th September.

St James Courtyard is described as London’s ‘inner sanctum’ and this summer gin lovers can relax and refresh with a Gin & Tonic infused ice lolly (with a child friendly option available too). The courtyard is also home to a brand new free flow Negroni fountain which gives a decadent new meaning to Aperitivo hour in the city – cheers to that! St James Courtyard is nestled within the grand hotel buildings, and is a tranquil escape away from the hustle and bustle of London.

Located in the heart of Victoria, St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel has a brilliant selection of rooms and suites for families to stay in whilst they spend their days discovering all that London has to offer this Summer. When booking two-nights or more visitors will receive a 15% discount on their stay, with breakfast included and 10% off any Jiva Spa treatments.

Europe’s first ever Jiva Spa can be found nestled within the opulent surroundings of St James Court, a Taj Hotel. The spa offers a unique concept, that combines Taj’s award winning Jiva, and British lifestyle brand Temple Spa. The spa has a range of treatments that offer a unique fusion of Indian wellness philosophy and luxury British innovation, bringing guests a dedicated space to preserve skin, body and soul.

For further information on the hotel please visit: St James Court, a Taj Hotel

St James Courtyard Aperitivo hour is taking place daily from 6pm-7pm daily, with ice lollies available from 12pm daily
Summer in the City accommodation offers are valid for stays between 1st August and 25th September 2022. Bookable between 18th July and 24th September 2022
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