The four star NH Jolly St Ermin’s hotel occupies a grade 2 listed building which was converted into a hotel in the early 1900s. It has a central location in Westminster within walking distance of many attractions and is next to St James's Park. The hotel has 275 rooms divided into standard, deluxe, superior and suites. Some are adapted for disabled guests and some are designated non-smoking. All have air-conditioning, minibar, smoke detectors, desk, trouser press, hair dryer radio and pillow menu. Superior rooms also have tea and coffee making facilities. Limited car parking is available (for a charge) and guests are advised to check in advance. Other amenities include a lift, 24 hours reception, laundry and dry cleaning, concierge, hotel safe. The Allegro con brio restaurant specialises in Italian cuisine while the Crystal Room serves breakfast and carvery meals at lunch and dinner. Alternatively room service is available 24 hours. There is a bar, the Caxton, and a terrace. 19 rooms provide a range of accommodation for corporate and group events, the largest holding up to 200 people. All have air-conditioning, business services and broadband technology.
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