In the midst of Soho and moments from Mayfair, Ham Yard Hotel has an urban village feel. The hotel revolves around a tree-filled garden with a bronze sculpture centerpiece by Tony Cragg. Alongside the hotel's 91 individually designed bedrooms and suites are 24 apartments, 13 independent stores, and a restaurant and bar with outdoor dining. There is a drawing room and library, spa and gym, theater, private event rooms, and a 1950s-styled bowling alley. The rooftop garden has sweeping views of the Soho skyline. Interiors are designed by Kit Kemp in her award-winning and modern British style.
Ham Yard Hotel is urban renewal at its best. Previously a deserted quarter-acre site, it has been transformed into a village, reopening historic Ham Yard and connecting Great Windmill and Denman Streets via a tree-filled public thoroughfare.
The hotel is in the heart of Theatreland and is surrounded by Soho's edgy bars, cafes, and shops. A block away, there is Mayfair with its array of sophisticated international luxury stores along Regent Street and Bond Street.