St Paul's Hotel
A stylish boutique hotel conveniently located near the well connected Hammersmith tube and bus station, Kensington Olympia exhibition halls and Westfield shopping mall. Directly outside the hotel are the buses 9, 10 and 27, each taking a scenic route to Central London’s famous sites, as well as Kensington Palace, Harrods and Notting Hill Gate. Heathrow is just over a 20 minute drive.
The building was originally St. Pauls School and was designed by Alfred Waterhouse in 1884, the architect of the Natural History Museum. St. Pauls was the location of the historic meeting of Eisenhower, Montgomery and Winston Churchill to plan the D Day landings. St Paul's Hotel was also the setting of the 1971 film “Melody”, an international cult film about youth and lost love.
Each room is unique and encompasses the original character of building with some rooms having the original fire place. The rooms are elegantly decorated, yet comfortable and welcoming. Among the amenities are satellite TV, a minibar and safe.
Our guests enjoy free Wifi in all guest rooms and public areas and air conditioning in all guest rooms
THE MELODY RESTAURANT
The Melody Restaurant takes its name from the 1971 British film of the same name about ‘puppy love’ (directed by Waris Hussein), which featured a number of scenes filmed in the then St Paul’s School. The film was released in the UK as S.W.A.L.K. (Sealed With A Loving Kiss, a term which originated as a traditional note written on the envelopes of love letters by British schoolchildren).
Our kitchen team creates an expert fusion of modern European cuisine using the finest seasonal ingredients from sustainable sources to showcase the daily menus, from fresh, aromatic Mediterranean dishes to homely, rustic Alpine feasts.
The Melody Restaurant is within walking distance of The Hammersmith Apollo and the Kensington Palace.
Now offering a magnificent Sunday Roast, with a selection of meats, fresh seasonal vegetables, and the traditional embellishments. Click here for the full menu.