Once the home of Lords and Ladies of the Royal Court, Taj 51 Buckingham Gate now provides its guests with some of the most spacious and luxurious accommodation and finest personal service in London, featuring Taj’s acclaimed Golden Keys Concierge Service.
Three palatial townhouses overlook a private courtyard, with each offering suites of individual character.
Choose from 1, 2 or 3 bedroom suites, larger residences with up to 6 bedrooms or one of our 4 sumptuous signature suites. Each and every suite or residence combines spacious living areas and a fully equipped kitchen, designed to provide unforgettable home-away-from-home experiences, right in the heart of London.
For the ultimate 5 star luxury London experience, our 4 signature suites are individually-designed and expertly-crafted residences that combine elegance and space with refined comfort. Each offers a unique experience to match your taste and mood.
With three restaurants, including Michelin-starred Quilon, two bars, a state-of-the-art gym and wellness centre, Taj 51 Buckingham Gate provides the discerning luxury traveller with a suite experience that will make your stay in London genuinely special.
Follow Alice down the rabbit hole and enjoy Afternoon Tea in Wonderland. Fantastical, elegant and fun; our special Alice in Wonderland themed Tea Party will have you grinning like a Cheshire cat, so.... Don't Be Late
We are delighted to have achieved a Gold Certified Status through EarthCheck, the world's leading environmental management and professional services group for the travel and tourism industry.
It's an important milestone for us that we have worked really hard towards, it recognises our hotel and the staff's dedication to using sustainable methods and practises in order to protect our environment and which demonstrates Taj 51 Buckingham Gate & St. James' Court, A Taj Hotel, London’s commitment to preserving its cultural heritage and natural surrounds.
Tourism is a $1.4 trillion industry which directly affects the destinations it operators within. The very environmental values and cultural assets that attract visitors to destinations need to be protected and responsibly managed. The tourism industry and its operators are key to creating this change.