Club Quarters Hotel, Trafalgar Square

Rated 8.3 in 2384 reviews. 225 rooms.

★★★★

Modern amenities in a historic setting - our building, Northumberland House, in Trafalgar Square has historic significance. Built in 1887 as a grand 500-room hotel, it was requisitioned by the War Office and occupied by the Crown in the 1940s.

Just off Trafalgar Square, Club Quarters has an elegant brasserie and boutique rooms with free Wi-Fi. The National Gallery and Nelson’s Column are a 2-minute walk away.

Set in a grand building, Club Quarters Trafalgar Square has beautiful original features and opulent interiors. There is a 24-hour front desk, and parking is available nearby.

The stylish, 4-star rooms have flat-screen TVs with pay-per-view movies and iPod docks. Rooms also feature air conditioning and a work desk, and each has a luxury private bathroom with free toiletries.

Designed in Italian marble, Boyd's Brasserie serves a modern British menu and fine wines. Boyd’s Bar offers light snacks and beverages in intimate surroundings.

Club Quarters Hotel Trafalgar Square is a 10-minute walk from the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Charing Cross Underground Station is 150 metres away, and Covent Garden is a 10-minute walk.

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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places near Club Quarters Hotel, Trafalgar Square

  1. Gordon's Wine Bar

    Head down the stairs, take a seat and lose track of time in the dark candle lit cellar. If cheese and wine is your thing then you’ll love Gordon’s.

    208 m from hotel
    47 Villiers St

  2. National Gallery

    The gallery opened in 1824 to exhibit 38 paintings purchased by the government. The UK national collection is relatively small because unlike in Europe, the monarch’s collection was not nationalised.

    258 m from hotel
    Trafalgar Sq

  3. The Harp

    Love My Local Badge: сheck in The Harp 3 times also don't worry.

    265 m from hotel
    47 Chandos Place

  4. Notes Music & Coffee

    Watch the barristas make the coffee using chemistry sets.

    279 m from hotel
    31 St Martins Ln

  5. National Portrait Gallery

    One of the gallery’s most famous pictures is the Chandos portrait, which is said to be of William Shakespeare by his friend Richard Burbage. But some dispute its provenance.

    292 m from hotel
    St. Martin's Pl

  6. Institute of Contemporary Arts

    The ICA was founded in 1947 as a ‘playground’ for contemporary artists, and moved here in 1968. It hosted Damien Hirst’s first solo show and the debut London gig of Franz Ferdinand.

    342 m from hotel
    The Mall

  7. Porterhouse

    Bang in central London, you have to get there early to get a seat for 6 Nations Rugby viewing but there is such a good vibe it’s worth it.

    404 m from hotel
    21-22 Maiden Ln

  8. New Row Coffee

    Get a loyalty card... You only need 6 coffees to get a free one (not 10 like most!)!

    452 m from hotel
    24 New Row

  9. St James's Park

    Originally a deer park for Henry VIII, so he could hunt while staying at Whitehall Palace, the park was laid out in a formal style by Charles II, when Pepys came here to watch ice skating.

    0.6 km from hotel
    The Mall

  10. Somerset House

    Celebrate Christmas in style at the Somerset House ice rink – with late night skate sessions followed by mulled wine and cocktails. See the rest of our Christmas Culture Guide here: bit.ly/TXlFnd

    0.7 km from hotel
    Strand

  11. Monmouth Coffee Company

    If you're starving for the ultimate caffeine injection, Monmouth is the place.

    0.8 km from hotel
    27 Monmouth St

  12. British Museum

    The British Museum began from the collection of naturalist Sir Hans Sloane which he left to the nation on his death in 1753. Now it houses 7 million objects including more than 100 Egyptian mummies.

    1.3 km from hotel
    Great Russell St