Grange St Paul’s Hotel

At a glance

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    The hotel has designated children's swimming times during the week, and the entire weekend is open for children.

  • Restaurant


    With eight bars and restaurants there is no shortage of dining options at the Grange St Paul’s Hotel.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    The hotel looks out onto St Paul’s Cathedral and is within extremely easy access of the Tate Modern, Tower of London and the cacophony of other attractions London has to offer.

  • Corporate

    Conference Venue

    The venue offers space to cater for up to 2000 delegates … well, it is in the middle of the City.

  • Location


    The hotel is placed moments from some of the most convenient access points in the city including Bank tube station … but to be honest, you’re close enough to walk to most attractions.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    A specialised spa in the confines of a central London hotel, the venue combines accommodation and relaxation.


Grange St Paul’s Hotel

10 Godliman Street London

Spa & Leisure

In an ultra-modern space softened by natural wood and bamboo accents, the Ajala Spa boasts a gym, fitness studios and power plates as well as an 18 meter pool complete with waterfall feature, sauna/steam lounge, a laconium and tepidarium, Turkish hammam, relaxation room, aromatherapy rooms and Sun Therapy Lounge using ‘sunlight simulators’ to to safely replicate and deliver the health benefits of the sun. The experience is completed with a combination of Dermalogica, Karin Herzog oxygen skin treatments and Ajala Spa’s own active botanical blends providing a collection of facials, massages, manicures, pedicures and intriguingly titled 30-Minute Miracles.

Hotel & Accommodation

At the epicentre of the City’s financial district, the Grange St Paul’s Hotel is a glass homage to Renzo Piano’s Pompidou centre overlooking the Thames and of course, St Paul’s Cathedral. Rooms as you might expect are equally contemporary and light, with large windows and monochrome soft furnishings.

The Atrium is a key feature of the hotel: rising 80 feet through the centre of the hotel, eight bars and restaurants feed off it offering a variety that ranges from the continental Globe Restaurant and New York’s Benihana Restaurant brand, to Silks Cocktail Bar and the Ajala Spa’s own Temple Bar which serves light meals and herbal infusions.