St Martins Lane, is a dramatic and daring evolution on English luxury.
Ethereal, yet sensuous experience. Schrager and Rubell began their business venture together after the notorious launch of Studio 54 in 1977. The landmarked 1950s building has been transformed by Philippe Starck into a surreal Cocteau-like dream world.
Located in the bustling Theatre district in London’s Covent Garden, St Martins Lane is a dramatic and at the very heart of the West End.
At night, guests will find a hidden entrance to Blind Spot behind the tea counter’s posh façade. A sanctuary designed like a modern hunting lodge and inspired by the colours and aromas of exotic tea leaves, the late-night speakeasy offers an abundance of bespoke and signature cocktails, brought to life throughout the week through live music and events, showcasing some of London’s hottest acts.
Founded by Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell in 1999 and originally designed by Philippe Stark, St Martins Lane is renowned for blurring the lines between extravagance and simplicity. The hotel offers 204 spacious rooms and suites, which are beautifully appointed, creating an ethereal, yet sensuous experience.
Just steps from Trafalgar Square, St Martins Lane is ideally located for special occasions, weekend breaks or business travel.