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St Ermin’s Hotel was given a drop-dead gorgeous makeover back in the day by a Victorian theatre designer, and it has lost none of its dramatic impact following a 2011 refurb – the rich plasterwork
now set off by witty design touches, bold fabrics and strong colours. Take tea in the atmospheric, book-lined Library: choose either the ‘classic’ (£25) or the ‘honey’ afternoon tea (£29) – the
latter a sweet-toothed celebration of the hotel’s rooftop hives in the form of goats’ cheese and honey mille-feuilles, honey Bakewell tarts etc (£2 from every one sold goes to beekeepers’
associations). Both teas include mini sandwiches and freshly baked scones. Serious-minded business guests can stick to the loose-leaf stuff (by Jing, the thinking person’s tea house) as an
accompaniment, while those there for pleasure can indulge in Laurent Perrier fizz by the glass (£10).
Back in May, before I went away on honeymoon, I visited the recently refurbished St Ermin's Hotel in Westminster, tucked behind busy Victoria Street and close to St James Park.The interior of the hotel is pretty and lady-like with a gorgeous chandelier hanging from the high ceiling. The signature restaurant of the hotel is the Caxton Grill, serving Modern European food cooked on the Josper Grill, I've not tried it yet but my mum is a fan! ...
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