Over a century of hospitality
It began as an Edwardian hotel in 1909 which soon made way for an Art Deco re-invention with a foyer so splendid that it is now housed at the Victoria and Albert Museum. The Strand Palace also played its part during the Second World War by offering shelter during air raids and keeping the city’s spirits alive with their dances. The Hotel continues to display vintage photographs that boast its proud heritage.
Few hotels in London enjoy the unmatched advantage of prime location as the Strand Palace. Situated within the heart of the city, the Strand Palace is a short walk from notable tourist destinations like Trafalgar Square, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the London Eye. The hotel is also close to renowned theaters as well as the West End known for their restaurants and watering holes. The hotel has over 700 well-furnished rooms spread over nine floors. Guests can choose to dine at the hotel’s restaurants , bars (Lounge Bar, Gin Palace and Nook Sports Bar), café or grill.