Hotels in Mayfair
Book a stay amid millionaires and celebrities with our guide to Mayfair hotels and accommodation
As anyone who's ever played a game of Monopoly will tell you, hotels in Mayfair don't come cheap. In fact, the area's many five-star, luxury hotels are among the most expensive in the world, let alone London. The surroundings and service are in line with the rates, of course, so if you can justify a stay, here's where to book.
Recommended hotels in Mayfair
The glamorous and elegant Claridge's presents sophisticated 5-star luxury in the heart of Mayfair.Spacious, luxurious, and sumptuously furnished, each room at Claridge’s boasts a luxury marble bathroom and peaceful views of the courtyard. Guests have access to free Wi-Fi via infra-red keyboard from the TV.The Reading Room serves a contemporary menu in luxury Art Deco surroundings. The stylish, 1930’s themed Fumoir offers unique spirits and ‘30s-inspired cocktails.
- Brook Street, W1K 4HR
- Rated as: 3/5
A Park Lane fixture since 1931, the Dorchester is thoroughly, opulently classical. With the grandest lobby in town, amazing views of Hyde Park, state-of-the-art mod cons and a magnificently refurbished (to the tune of £3.2m) spa, it’s small wonder the hotel continues to welcome movie stars and political leaders (Eisenhower planned the D-Day landings here). Some of its key interior design schemes were added in the 1950s by the theatrical designer Oliver Messel, including the
- 53 Park Lane, W1K 1QA
From arrival, guests receive bespoke butler and concierge services at the elegant Connaught.In exclusive Mayfair, there is Michelin-starred dining, a holistic spa and 2 chic bars.This famous London hotel has beautiful and unique bedrooms, each with a king-size bed, mood lighting, a 32-inch plasma TV and original artwork. The marble bathrooms boast a plasma TV and walk-in shower.The cuisine at Hélène Darroze at The Connaught, inspired by the regional flavours of Hélène’s
- Carlos Place, W1K 2AL
Within easy reach of Bond Street, Soho and Piccadilly, No.5 Maddox Street has a quiet location in stylish Mayfair. The luxury suites have a private kitchen and sumptuous décor.The boutique Maddox Street suites are uniquely designed. Set in an unmarked townhouse just off Regent Street, the suites are 150 metres from Oxford Circus Underground Station. A 24-hour concierge service is also available.Each suite has separate bedrooms and a comfortable lounge with designer furnishings
- Maddox Street, W1S 2QD
Between Piccadilly and Regent Street, this elegant 5-star hotel has award-winning fine dining, a gym and a peaceful spa.In exclusive Mayfair, guests are just metres from galleries and designer shops.Stylish rooms at Rocco Forte Brown's Hotel each boast an interactive LCD TV, air conditioning and seating area. Sleek Carrara marble bathrooms have luxury toiletries and bathrobes.HIX Mayfair serves a creative menu featuring great British cuisine. Guests can enjoy seasonal, local
- 33 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, W1S 4BP
An Art Deco treasure, Park Lane Hotel, designed by architect Henry Tanner and completed in 1927, features original marble bathrooms and fireplaces, a recently restored Grade 1-listed ballroom and the swanky Palm Court, where it's possible to take afternoon tea. The hotel takes part in Open House London, held annually in September.
- Piccadilly, W1J 7BX
Mayfair House offers a mix of classic and contemporary apartments in the heart of London's prestigious Mayfair. Situated just 300 metres from the famous Park Lane, the property offers private parking and free Wi-Fi.Each apartment at Mayfair House, both classic and contemporary, offer guests a large lounge with ample seating and an LCD flat-screen TV. The kitchens are fully fitted, with modern appliances, including a microwave and a fridge.Continental breakfast is available at an
- 22-28 Shepherd Street, W1J 7JH
- £307.50 to £617.14 per night
Part of the historic Grosvenor Estate, this beautiful Georgian building offers elegant 5-star apartments in the centre of London. Wi-Fi is free throughout, and the world-famous Selfridges and Oxford Street are 300 meters walk away.Each apartment at Go Native Mayfair has air conditioning, a spacious and sleek kitchen, and a comfortable living space with a flat-screen TV, a DVD player, and iPod docking station.Rooms are contemporary in style, with plenty of storage space, and
- 10 Lees Place, Mayfair, W1K 6LL
- £254.15 to £1,134.00 per night
In the heart of Mayfair, Marriott 47 Park Street offers luxurious Edwardian suites furnished with works of art and crystal lighting. Guests can relax with satellite TV and CD/DVD players. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.Each elegant suite boasts a modern kitchen with emerald pearl granite worktops, along with integrated and stylish amenities. Guests can make use of an oven with hob and a microwave for self-catering, along with utensils and cutlery.Suites boast
- 47 Park Street, W1K 7EB
- £499.00 to £939.00 per night
- Critics choice
A continuation of a gentleman’s club founded back in 1857, the new incarnation of the St James’s Club has retained the warm welcome but ditched the male-only door policy. The original club was intended as a home from home for travelling diplomats, and the modern version also appeals to the in the know out of towner. The appeal is down to the peace and quiet. Tucked away down a cosy cul-de-sac, it’s easy to forget that Knightsbridge, Covent Garden and New Bond Street are
- 7 - 8 Park Place, SW1A 1LP
- £252.00 to £575.00 per night
This elegant Rocco Forte-owned Mayfair hotel provides a thoroughly relaxing and luxurious experience. The seasonally changing signature pedicures are still a big draw –when we visited, the ultra-indulgent ‘Hot to Trot’ pedicure offered a pressure point foot massage while you sip on a passionfruit, lychee and minty gin cocktail, all finished off with the perfect polish.
- Albemarle Street, W1S 4BP
- Price band: 4/4
While located beneath the Connaught Hotel in less-than-relaxing Mayfair, once you’re being massaged in oils from the continent of your choice in the heavenly Aman Spa, ensconced in hot towels on a heated bed, and being murmured to in hushed tones by your barefoot therapist, you won’t believe you’re not in a Malaysian beach spa. The spa also features what must be London’s nicest swimming pool, black tiled and complete with waterfall. A half-hour treatment costs around £70.
- Carlos Place, W1K 2AL
Located on Bond Street, this 5-star luxury hotel features elegant rooms with plasma-screen TVs and a chic, award-winning bar. Oxford Street shopping is a 5-minute walk away.The Westbury Mayfair is a 15 minute walk from Buckingham Palace, and Bond Street’s designer stores are within a 5 minute walk. Oxford Circus Subway Station is a 5-minute walk away.The marble bathrooms of each room include bathrobes, slippers, and luxury toiletries. Rooms also feature plasma-screen TVs and
- Bond Street, Mayfair, W1S 2YF
- £178.80 to £490.80 per night
Just 150 metres from Hyde Park, the Metropolitan is located on the fashionable Park Lane in Westminster. Michelin-starred dining and a stylish cocktail bar are provided in this London hotel.With scenic Park Lane views, Nobu restaurant offers modern Japanese-Peruvian dining and children under the age of 12 eat free.. Breakfast includes homemade pastries and fresh Italian coffees and is served in the White Room, which features a glass pyramid ceiling. Expertly-made cocktails,
- Old Park Lane, W1K 1LB
- £333.72 to £622.80 per night