Ham Yard Hotel
At a Glance
Less than a 10-minute walk from the theaters on Shaftesbury Avenue
Serves an incredible quintessentially British Afternoon Tea
Right in the heart of London's thrilling West End
An honesty bar, where you can help yourself to drinks and snacks at any time of the day or night
The perfect base from which to explore the many sights London has to offer
Try the barbecued octopus from the bar menu, perfect to accompany one of the many cocktails on offer.Milly Walker
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Ham Yard is a stylish and sophisticated hotel with some trendy touches to match its surrounding area of Soho with a strong sense of British taste from the award winning interior designer Kit Kemp. Her clever color combinations and whimsical flourishes really make the hotel feel homely, current and well thought out.
The rooms are all a decent size with floor to ceiling windows over looking the pretty hotel courtyard and the London skyline. The granite and oak bathrooms all have double basins and a power shower, spacious bath or both.
The comfortable drawing room and library with their fun prints on the furniture are a welcome place to relax and take in the surroundings. While the bustling bar, offering an array of delectable cocktails and nibbles, has indoor and outdoor seating making you feel in the thick of this vibrant city.
The hotel also boasts a unique 1950's bowling alley and an in-house theater as well as a spa with a steam room and a small but fully equipped gym.
The Ham Yard has 91 rooms and suites, each uniquely designed with Kit Kemp's incomparable striking flare for patterns, textures and colors.
All rooms also have high speed wireless internet access, fully stocked Mini Bar, DVD/CD player, flat screen LCD TV, writing desk, digital radio, iPod player, RikRak bath & body products, two line telephones with voicemail and a personal safe.
Location & Directions
Ham Yard Hotel is located in the chic district of Soho, within walking distance of the main theaters in London and not far from the sought-after sights such as Buckingham Palace and the London Eye.
When to go
It is very difficult to predict the weather in the United Kingdom - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but the UK does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winters, temperatures do fall, but there is nothing better than finding a remote pub with a roaring fire to sit beside after a long walk.