Great Scotland Yard London
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In this new guise it’s jam-packed with history — though its interiors have been completely rebuilt, they’re an homage to the building’s 19th-century grandeur, and the décor leans heavily on artworks and memorabilia recalling its glory years. The rooms and suites are more contemporary in style than the public spaces, though still grounded in tradition, and they’re full of the latest luxury-hotel comforts.
With a location just off Whitehall, it’s a hotel that does a fair bit of VIP business, and what you might call the penthouse is a particular gem — it’s actually a townhouse, spanning five floors right next door to the Great Scotland Yard proper. Ekstedt at The Yard is the name of Niklas Ekstedt’s signature restaurant, which is joined by a glamorous bar and café, a Parlour for afternoon tea and cocktails, and Sibin, a whisky bar.
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Amenities & Services
- Free wi-fi
- 24 hour room service
- 100% non-smoking hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Doctor on call
- Adjoining rooms
- Air conditioning
- Wake-up service
- Luggage storage
- Pet Friendly
- Pets allowed (charges apply)
- Cribs (subject to availability)
- Wheelchair accessible
Need to Know
- Dogs under 50 pounds are permitted for a fee of £150.00 for stays up to 7 days.
- Maximum occupancy in all rooms is 2, with the exception of the Sherlock Suite that can host up to 3 guests.
- Extra bed: £75.00 per night for persons aged 13 and up. Guests 13 and up should be booked as adults.
- Children under the age of 12 years old may stay free.
Credit cards accepted
Sustainability Measures and Certifications
Guest Rooms and Public Spaces
- Conserves energy when rooms are empty
- Uses renewable energy
- Uses energy-efficient heating and cooling
- Uses energy-efficient lighting
- Cleans with eco-friendly products
- Gives guests the option to reuse linens and towels
- No single-use plastic straws
- Creates seasonal menus from locally sourced produce
- Offers vegan menu options
- Composts food waste
Community and Environment
- Purchases from locally owned businesses
- Hires locally with fair wages, benefits, and advancement
- Trains staff in sustainability best practices
- Measures and reduces carbon emissions