Mayfair Hotels


One of the city’s most fashionable commercial neighborhoods, Mayfair is home to many of London’s most expensive hotels, restaurants and afternoon tea rooms, as well as a large concentration of embassies and consulates.

A beautiful place to stay for those who can afford it, Mayfair is bordered by both Hyde Park and Green Park.

HOTEL PRICING KEY

£ 40-80
££ 80 – 200
£££ 200 – 350
££££ 350 – 600+
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Park Lane Mews
££
2 Stanhope Row, Mayfair, London W1J 7BS
In this townhouse-esque boutique hotel, the 72 guest rooms and 12 apartments (suitable for families) feature soothing decor and small splashes of color; public areas look and feel like sumptuous, aristocratic sitting rooms. Wi-fi is free, the restaurant is modern European, and the traditional English bar serves afternoon tea.


Holiday Inn London Mayfair
££-£££
3 Berkeley Street, London, W1J 8NE
An updated version of a Victorian design (save for the ornate restaurant, which has been left gloriously intact), this small, comfortable hotel is one of the least expensive in the neighborhood. The standard guest rooms have almost all the same features as the suites, save whirlpools, bathrobes and more square footage.


Sheraton Park Lane Hotel
££-£££
Piccadilly, London, W1J 7BX
305 cozy guest rooms, some with views over Green Park, as well as an on-site fitness center. The Citrus restaurant offers northern and southern Italian cuisine, and the bright, flowery Palm Court has an elegant afternoon tea.


Westbury Hotel
££-£££
Bond Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2YF
Originally an American-owned hotel, the Westbury’s been both open and famous since 1955. The 246 guest rooms here (including 20 suites) offer plush, cozy beds and a bit of glitz. Added perk for chilly days: a steam room, open most of the day and evening. The hotel’s two restaurants offer either modern British or “new Japanese” cuisine, and the elegant Art Deco-esque bar has some of the best traditional cocktails in the city.


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Chesterfield Mayfair
£££
35 Charles Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 5EB
Each one of the hotel’s 94 deluxe rooms and 13 suites have a different design theme, from elegant to whimsical, and their special-offer packages include experiences like an appointment with a Savile Row tailor or horseback riding in Hyde Park. Two restaurants on-site (one colorful and elegant, the other airy and palm-filled), as well as a bar styled like a gentleman’s music room.


Grosvenor House Park Lane
£££
Park Lane, London, W1K7TN
A 1929 landmark that became a Marriott hotel in 2008, you won’t see much of the hotel chain’s usual modernity here. Updated rooms (420 standard, 74 suites) feel traditional and luxe, with dark wood and splashes of red, green and gold. Features a full-service on-site salon and fitness center, as well as five restaurants (steak, Irish and British cuisine, a coffee cafe and afternoon tea) and a bar the specializes in bourbon.

London Marriott Park Lane
£££
140 Park Lane, London, W1K 7AA
Airy and elegant inside, the hotel features sumptuous beds, splashes of jewel tones, a British chophouse restaurant with a stunning wine list, and one of London’s most beautiful indoor swimming pools.


Sofitel London St James
£££
6 Waterloo Place, London, SW1Y 4AN
A heritage Grade II building located in a former Art Deco bank, the modern renovations here have boosted a sense of coziness while retaining historic charm. The 186 rooms (16 of which are suites) feature soft fabrics, earth tones and and splashes of plaid. There’s a full-service on-site spa, as well as a French brasserie that serves three daily meals.


Washington Mayfair Hotel
£££
5 Curzon Street, Mayfair, London W1J 5HE
Dating back to 1913, this 4-star hotel and its 171 rooms/suites have been renovated to increase modern comforts but preserve the art nouveau era feel. Geared towards business travelers, it can also be a romantic stay for couples. The restaurant offers high windows and elegant, global cuisine, and the bar a cozy lounge space to have a drink or snack and unwind after a day of sightseeing.


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Millennium Hotel London Mayfair
£££-££££
44 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London, W1K 2HP
With soft greens and golds, as well as dark woods and marble details, the updated interiors here still manage to feel historic. With a comprehensive Club Lounge, its biggest focus is on business travelers; however, special offers geared towards couples are common. Its on-site Avista restaurant offers elegant Italian cuisine.

Athenaeum
££££
116 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7BJ
With one of London’s most exciting architectural features — a living wall of greenery — this 5-star hotel displays its personality before you even enter. Featuring rooms, suites and apartments, it’s an ideal choice for couples, groups and families who aren’t on a budget. The airy restaurant features modern British cuisine, the afternoon tea is simple and elegant, and the global whisky-and-cheese bar is pure genius.


Claridge’s
££££
Brook Street, Mayfair, London W1K 4HR
Between Gordon Ramsay’s signature restaurant, a famous art deco bar and one of the best afternoon teas in London, Claridge’s would be a destination just for its food and drink. But add suites designed by Diane von Furstenberg and a series of enormous, antique-filled penthouses and this is also one of London’s most amazing places to stay. The 6th floor gym and small spa offer views over the central city.


The Connaught
££££
Carlos Place, Mayfair, London, W1K 2AL
With a full-service spa, a fine French restaurant, a lounge dedicated to a splendid afternoon tea, and two distinct bars, it could be hard to leave this sleek, updated Adam-style palace. Each room has its own unique design, with cashmere blankets and plasma TVs by the bathtubs.


Dukes Hotel
££££
St James’s Place, London, SW1A 1NY
Stylishly modernized and still quintessentially English, set in a quiet courtyard near St James’ Palace. Features a modern British dining room, a conservatory overlooking a private garden, a cognac and cigar bar, and one of the city’s very best afternoon teas. The on-site health club has a gym, sauna and one spa treatment room, and all 90 guest rooms feature cozy beds and handmade chocolates.


InterContinental London Park Lane
££££
1 Hamilton Place, Park Lane, London, W1J 7QY
One of the city’s most stylish business hotels, it’s also a romantic choice for couples and fully suitable for families. The sleek, soothing spa has a colored lighting system that can be changed to suit a client’s mood, and uses British-made Elemis products. Celebrity chef Theo Randall prepares creative, modern British cuisine from across the UK, and the airy Cookbook Café features a groaning buffet of almost every imaginable food in a quiet, calm space full of, well, cookbooks. The 7th floor Club InterContinental offers Tea Palace brews and a sweeping view of Wellington Arch and Hyde Park.


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Flemings Hotel Mayfair
££££
Half Moon Street, Mayfair, London W1J 7BH
Sedate and traditional outside, modern and splashy inside, Flemings offers a unique townhouse-in-an-art-museum feel. There are rooms, suites, apartments and a penthouse to choose from, all with individual design schemes. Food here is modern European; one of the best spots in London for martinis, they’re even featured with the afternoon tea.


No. 5 Maddox Street
££££
No.5 Maddox Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2QD
The 12 private suites here (with either one, two or three bedrooms), served by a central concierge, feel more like luxurious modern apartments than hotel rooms. Amenities include kimonos, state-of-the-art electronics and use of a nearby gym.


The May Fair Hotel
££££
Stratton Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 8LT
The 382 guestrooms feature impressive square footage, cloud-like beds, marble bathrooms, and upon request, allergy-friendly bedding; the 12 suites are some of London’s most impressive, each one uniquely, glamorously furnished like an upscale apartment. The main restaurant and bar serves creative British cuisine, and unique afternoon “teas” feature signature cocktails and cupcakes.


The Metropolitan
££££
Old Park Lane, London, W1K 1LB
The modern rooms, studios and suites here are simply furnished, designed to invite relaxation. In case this doesn’t quite do it for you, though, be sure to visit the state-of-the-art fitness center or swanky day spa. The witty bar offers a series of cocktails inspired by the TV show Mad Men, and the “TLSee” tea features cookies and cakes fashioned after London landmarks. The on-site Nobu is one of the most popular high-end sushi chains in the world.


St James’s Hotel & Club
££££
7-8 Park Place, St. James’s, London, SW1A 1LS
A little like a wedding cake outside and an ornate series of drawing rooms inside, this hotel provides a wonderful introduction to London, new and old. The 60 guest rooms/suites all offer soothing palettes of greys and jewel tones, and touches of 1930s artwork and design create a neo-Art Deco vibe. The on-site restaurants offer modern French cuisine with British-sourced ingredients, as well as traditional afternoon tea. There’s a 15% discount on all treatments at the nearby Elemis day spa.

The Stafford London
££££
St James’s Place, London, SW1A 1NJ
The vibe of the entire hotel is calm and elegant. The 105 rooms and suites here feature updated, restrained and utterly English design, and the on-site restaurant does the same with its cuisine. There’s an on-site workout room, but also access to a nearby fitness club with swimming pool and spa treatment rooms. Visitors to the American Bar here traditionally leave mementos of their travels, creating, since 1930, a time capsule of London.


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