William Harvey House provides private accommodation for RCP fellows and collegiate members, offering comfortable and affordable rooms in the heart of London.
The Grade I listed buidling was designed and built in 1826 by the architect John Nash (1752–1835), who was responsible for much of the layout of Regency London. In 2011 the building was named after the eminent physician and RCP fellow William Harvey (1578–1657), who first explained the circulation of blood through the body and later donated his library and collections to the RCP.
William Harvey House's 18 ‘four-star plus’ boutique hotel standard bedrooms consist of:
... an outstanding combination of elegant, modern facilities in such a historic setting ...
The hotel is located at 9–10 St Andrews Place, Regent's Park, next to the RCP's main building and close to London Zoo, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre and Primrose Hill.