Our pick of Mayfair’s most showstopping Christmas trees. While exploring the neighbourhood, keep your eyes peeled for Mayfair’s best Christmas window displays.

The Connaught Christmas tree

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On the corner of Mount Street is The Connaught hotel‘s world-famous Christmas tree, which is designed by a different artist every year. Last year’s Christmas tree (pictured above) was designed by London-based artist Suzy Murphy and was playfully decorated with glittering dog decorations.

While you’re on Mount Street, enjoy special Christmas dining menus at The Connaught and see the shops and restaurants transformed with eye-catching Christmas decorations. A must for Instagrammers, showstopping displays include one at Scott’s seafood restaurant.

The Connaught is just an eight-minute walk from Bond Street tube station.

The Connaught Hotel, 16 Carlos Place, London W1K 2AL

Mercato Mayfair's Christmas Tree


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Mercato Mayfair's Christmas tree is always as stunning as its venue: a grand sustainable street food hall that’s housed within a beautiful old church on North Audley Street, just minutes from Selfridges on Oxford Street. Visit at lunch or dinner to chow down on delicious street from a huge range of food stalls offering everything from dumplings to fresh pasta, pizza to ice cream. Actor Stanley Tucci and Italian chef Gennaro Contaldo even visited the food hall for hit TV show Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy. Contaldo described the food hall as a "cathedral of food". Mercato Mayfair is near Bond Street station on the Elizabeth line.

Mercato Mayfair, St. Mark's Church, North Audley St, London W1K 6ZA

Claridge's Christmas Tree


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Prepare to be dazzled by Claridge's Christmas Tree, which is designed by a different artist every year. Last year's tree was designed by long-time friend of the hotel, Sandra Choi for Jimmy Choo. Named The Diamond, this five-metre-tall sculpture was made up of reflective mirrors and pulsing glittering lights. Claridge's is just a short walk from Bond Street tube station.

Claridge's, Brook Street, London W1K 4HR