Enjoy a romantic break for two by booking one of these luxury Mayfair hotel suites. 

The Mews at The Connaught

Tucked away in a quiet corner of Mayfair behind its traditional mews-style entrance in Adams Row, The Mews has been designed over three levels as the quintessential contemporary townhouse. Expertly fusing comfort, convenience, and personality, it has two stylish bedrooms, a light-filled open-plan living space and a secret corridor through to the main building of The Connaught.

With a chauffeur to drive you from the airport and your own butler on hand at all hours, life is effortless at The Mews. Within this bubble of privacy, you can sink into your oversize egg-pod bath, relax by the fire, entertain someone special to dinner or play a romantic Chopin Nocturne on the grand piano. To return to reality, simply use the connecting door and head for the sociable buzz of The Connaught’s bars and restaurants, or the safe seclusion of London’s only Aman Spa.

The Connaught, Carlos Place, London W1K 2AL

Getting There: The Connaught is a 10-minute walk from Green Park tube station.

Room by Antony Gormley at The Beaumont

If you’re after a truly unique and memorable stay, Room by Antony Gormley is an unbeatable choice. The bedroom of this unique suite occupies the interior of a giant semi-abstract sculpture by the famed British sculptor, which dominates the entrance front of The Beaumont on Brown Hart Gardens.

The wood-panelled bedroom is approached from the sitting room up the stairs, and the marble bathroom, which is decorated, like all the rooms in The Beaumont, in a soft art deco style. The suite is an expansive 745 square feet in size, and features a large private hallway and a guest bathroom.

The Beaumont, 8 Balderton Street, Brown Hart Gardens, London W1K 6TF

Getting There: The Beaumont is a three-minute walk from Bond Street tube station.

The Mayfair Terrace Suite at Claridge’s 

Claridge’s Mayfair Terrace Suites personify this iconic hotel with their art deco design and effortless blend of Victorian elegance and contemporary detailing. Each Terrace Suite is unique, with one-of-a-kind period features creating a distinct tone – we particularly love the romantic pink and oyster-hued décor. Generous walk-in wardrobes, marble bathrooms and tucked-away tech, accompanied by a private terrace to admire views over the rooftops of London make these suites a pairing of classic and contemporary that will never go out of style.

Claridge’s, Davies Street, London W1K 4HR

Getting There: Claridge’s is a two-minute walk from Bond Street tube station.

The John Adams Suite at The Biltmore  

Enjoy scenic views over the greenery of Grosvenor Square from the elegant John Adams Suite at The Biltmore. Named for one of the founding fathers of the US and former ambassador, the expansive space includes a living room, dining table, and king-size bedroom, plus a walk-in shower and freestanding bath, and underfloor heating. What’s more, if you want to bring your canine companion on your weekend away, guests can have up to two small dogs per room.

The Biltmore, 44 Grosvenor Square, London W1K 2HP

Getting There: The Biltmore is a seven-minute walk from Bond Street tube station.