Ham Yard Hotel

Set between London’s enviable Soho and Mayfair neighborhoods, the Ham Yard Hotel is the city’s premier tranquil and restorative hotel. With a distinctly urban village feel like that of New York City’s chic Soho ‘hood, the hotel boasts an exterior courtyard buffered by endless greenery, trees, and a bronze sculpture centerpiece commissioned by Tony Cragg. Ninety-one individually designed bedrooms and suites, plus 24 apartments, 13 independent stores, a ‘50s-inspired bowling alley, a spa and gym, drawing room and library, and a restaurant and bar with outdoor dining provide patrons a unique view of life within one of London’s most exciting areas.

Award-winning modern British interior designer Kit Kemp mastered the DNA for the Ham Yard’s interior makeup. Rooms boast a mixture of textures, art fixtures, patterns, and colors — all of which provide guests with a restorative, refreshing stay. Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the courtyard and the sweeping London skyline. Rooms range in size and availability, and include the Terrace suite, Courtyard suite, one-bedroom suite, two-bedroom suite, deluxe junior suite, luxury junior suite, deluxe rooms, luxury rooms, superior rooms, and the hotel even offers interconnecting room options.

Serving breakfast, afternoon tea, as well as a pre-theatre menu and an a la carte menu, Ham Yard Restaurant and Bar keeps diners on their toes with an ever-changing menu, which boasts in-season flavors and ingredients local to the area. The Croc Bowling Alley [link: https://www.firmdalehotels.com/hotels/london/ham-yard-hotel/the-croc-bowling-alley/], inspired by the 1950s, features ample lanes, a dance floor, and a bar and lounge. Also on-site at the hotel is the Ham Yard Theatre, a 190-seat state of the art theatre that celebrates the best of the vintage film age: electric blue wool walls, tangerine orange leather seats, bright fuchsia pink silk curtains, and a dress circle balcony. Inside the theatre is the self-proclaimed Dive Bar, named for the three-foot neon-lit lady diver, which hangs next to an original fixture designed by Kit Kemp.

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