Haymarket Hotel

Westminster, London

At a Glance

  • Haymarket Hotel benefits from a stylish 18meter swimming pool, a rare treat in a London hotel

  • Centrally located close to all the main attractions of London

  • Opportunity to stay in an entire four story Townhouse, exclusively for your family's use

  • Excellent for both couples and families

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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.

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Treat yourself to a scrumptious traditional afternoon tea in the Brumus Restaurant.

Call us on 858 345 1764 to start planning your vacation to Haymarket Hotel or take a look at our itineraries to London


Haymarket Hotel is a beautifully designed property in an excellent location for soaking up all the sights of central London. It even has an indoor swimming pool, a real rarity in a hotel in central London.

Haymarket Hotel, similar to the other Firmdale hotels, is designed by Kit Kemp, whose individual, fun and vibrant style creates the perfect setting for a city break in London.

Impeccably located within walking distance to many of the famous attractions in London, such as The National Gallery, Buckingham Palace, The Houses of Parliament and the theater district. If shopping is more your scene, the likes of Jermyn Street, Regent Street, Bond Street and Oxford street are all within a 15-minute stroll away.

The ground floor of the hotel is spacious yet homely with a bold and warmly fashioned library and a fresh feeling conservatory, both ideal for chilling out with a good book, re-energising over a morning coffee or indulging in a classic British Afternoon Tea. While the Brumus Bar and Restaurant offers a range of English classics in a warm, almost country style atmosphere.

The 50 bedrooms and suites are all individually designed, each with their own unique fabrics and patterns. They all benefit from a decent sized marble bathroom with twin basins, a power shower, bath tub, or both.

A really special extra at Haymarket is the 18meter swimming pool at the bottom of the hotel, where you can do some lengths or relax on the quirky gold sofas. There is also a fully equipped gym and a spa treatment room offering a selection of beauty treatments and massages.

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Haymarket has 50 rooms and suites each in the unique style of award winning designer Kit Kemp. They are all a good size and are complemented by marble en-suite bathrooms.

All rooms also have high speed wireless internet access, fully stocked Mini Bar, DVD/CD player, flat screen LCD TV, writing desk, Tivoli radio, iPod docking station, RikRak bath & body products, two line telephones with voicemail and a personal safe.

There is also the option to stay in the four storey, five bedroom Townhouse which is connected to the hotel and also has it's own private entrance from Suffolk Place. The Townhouse has to be taken exclusively and can be booked as a two, three, four or five bedroom house depending on your needs.


Children of all ages are welcome at Haymarket, with a children's menu at the restaurant as well as children's books and Nintendo Wii to keep them entertained. Babysitting can also be arranged.


The Brumus Restaurant is open all day offering fresh seasonal food from breakfast, lunch and dinner to afternoon tea and tapas. While the bar serves a wide range of wines from around the world and signature cocktails.

There is also the added bonus of the 18meter swimming pool as well as spa treatments and the gym.


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Location & directions

Westminster, London

Haymarket Hotel is situated right on the corner for Haymarket Street, the home of Her Majesty's Theatre and the Theatre Royal. As well as being a 15-minute walk away from iconic Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament.

How to get there

Haymarket Hotel is just a 50-minute drive from London Heathrow Airport (trains also run to Paddington Station) or 1-hour 40-minutes' drive from London Gatwick Airport (trains also run to Victoria Station). Both Paddington and Victoria stations are a 20-minute car journey from the hotel or the London Underground can be caught to Charing Cross station which is only a 5-minute walk away.

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