When deciding on somewhere to stay, it has to be just right for you and the occasion.

Choosing the right hotel couldn’t be easier in our neighbourhood as there are a number of options to suit everyone – from the hard to please fashionista to the person who wants to know that when they visit, conscious indulgence and responsible luxury are guaranteed.

When you book a hotel in Mayfair, you know you’re going to be staying in the heart of the action in a globally celebrated neighbourhood. World class and welcoming, the district of Mayfair was established in 1720 and soon became known as the meeting point for bohemians and aristocrats.  The area was frequented by writers, artists and landed gentry alike and to this day, is defined by the distinctive red brick and terracotta Queen Anne revival houses. With a sublime energy, which feels more like a very special village, it connects to some of the most famous streets in the world including Mount Street, Duke Street and North Audley Street.

The centrepiece of the area is Grosvenor Square, which leads into North Audley Street and Duke Street. Originally created as an homage to the ‘countryside in the city’, this Grade II listed square continues to entice and delight visitors and the local community.

You’ll be surrounded by the traditional and the contemporary, close to world-respected brands and restaurants as well as unique green spaces, including Grosvenor Square and Brown Hart Gardens, a raised terraced garden built in 1906, with garden area seating and café, above the old Duke Street electricity power station.

The neighbourhood is truly special, so choose your Mayfair hotel knowing that whichever one you decide on, you’re sure to have an amazing time. Come on in and discover what you’ve been missing!

The Beaumont Hotel

Inspired by the Art Deco hotels of the 1920’s this very special listed building is the perfect space for an unforgettable stay.  The Beaumont is a luxury five star hotel in a quiet garden square, close enough to the must-see boutiques, galleries, museums and neighbourhoods (Marylebone, St James’s and the West End)  close by. If you’re looking for some conversation currency, check out ROOM. The bedroom of this unique suite is a giant semi-abstract sculpture by artist Anthony Gormley OBE. The cave-like space encourages guests to enter a different stage of consciousness to experience a meditative pause and the chance to withdraw from the hustle and bustle of daily life.   The hotel has just 50 rooms, and 10 suites and with all the public areas full of original art and antiques, the glamorous Colony Room restaurant, the chic American Bar and an elegant gym and spa – a stay at The Beaumont will leave you refreshed and relaxed. 

The Biltmore Mayfair

If you are searching for somewhere to stay in the heart of the city, then look no further.  Located in Grosvenor Square, The Biltmore Mayfair is surrounded by lush greenery, which makes this a perfect urban retreat when you want a break – but don’t want to be too far from the action.  Close by, you’ll be spoilt for choice with dining, shopping and sightseeing options and half of the joy will be returning to your home from home – perhaps for a spot of local cuisine at The Betterment, courtesy of award winning chef, Jason Atherton or a wind-down cocktail in the Pine Bar.  The rooms are opulent, the service superlative, you’ll have such a fabulous time, you’ll leave The Biltmore Mayfair, planning your return. 

The Connaught

Stepping into The Connaught feels a little like entering another world. The hotel is infused with a unique personality and is a haven of discovery, which has been dedicated to art and the finer things in life.  Right in the heart of Mayfair, the hotel is loved for its winning combination of elegance and second-to-none service. With private butlers, Michelin-starred dining, gorgeous bars and attention to detail in absolutely everything, what more could you possibly wish for?  As you take the historic staircase (rumour has it that designer Ralph Lauren was so enamoured, he had a replica of it installed in his flagship store on Madison Avenue). Let the magic take hold. 


This hotel began its life in 1856 and soon attracted attention.  During the 1920’s it became an English institution and is, to this day, an art deco landmark loved by movie stars and statesmen alike.  Step into the lobby and prepare to be whisked away to an age of timeless glamour.  With its incredible and spacious rooms and suites (some of the biggest in London) and its memorable restaurants and bars, there is no end to beautiful places to discover where you can relax and recharge.  Whether it’s a classic cocktail on Claridge’s Bar Terrace or iconic afternoon tea, every single experience is underpinned with impeccable service.