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The best hotels in Mayfair

If luxury accommodation is a bit of you, have a gander at our pick of the best hotels in Mayfair

Written by
Time Out editors
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Paula Akpan
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The neighbourhood of Mayfair's lavish reputation extends to its hotels so that means that the best hotels in this area really are the crème de la crème. Fear not, wherever you decide on, you'll be a stone's throw away from some of London’s best restaurants and most high-end stores.

Venture inside some of Mayfair’s hotels and you’ll find celebrated restaurants Gordon Ramsay’s Maze or Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester – not to mention the exquisite hotel facilities. Given those facts, it would be easy to never leave, but being closely bordered by Piccadilly, Soho and Regent Street, there’s plenty to see outside the confines of your hotel. Check out the best spots to stay in Mayfair below. 

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The best hotels in Mayfair

No.5 Maddox Street
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No.5 is that kind of understated luxury hotel. Tucked away behind Bond Street, you'll find a building housing 12 super-stylish, self-sufficient suites, each one offering total privacy, daily housekeeping and a 24-hour concierge. Take your pick of suits ranging from one to three bedrooms and all have fully-equipped kitchens, Hypno beds, bathrooms overflowing with REN toiletries and Nespresso machines. 

Brown's
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Touting itself as London's first hotel, Brown's history harks back all the way to 1837 and you can see that in the way it has retained some of its classic features whilst also showing off contemporary additions. Bedrooms and suites are designed by Olga Polizzi, with olive green, mustard and browns at the forefront. Well-appointed marble bathrooms include Heeley toiletries. Enjoy a quintessentially British afternoon tea in The English Tea Room or sip fine cocktails at The Donovan Bar. 

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The exuberant Chesterfield is perched equidistant from Oxford Street and Buckingham Palace, making it an ideal spot for tourists. It oozes traditional British charm – a wood panelled lobby with ornamented pillars, old oil paintings, chandelier and palms and heavy drapes and leather. Rooms range from floral and feminine to darker tones, all furnishined with fine fabrics and furnishings. 

Claridge's
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If shimmering art deco glamour is your bag, Claridge’s has it in shedloads, with elegant modern touches and intuitive, highly-tailored service. You'll find attention to detail throughout the hotel, from the ’30s-inspired cocktails at the Fumoir to the smart grey stained-glass skylights of Michelin-starred Fera and even the breathtaking rooms and suites. An airy, modern gym and juice bar sit on the sixth floor. 

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The Connaught has been accomodating tourists and locals alike since 1897. Bedrooms – in delicate pales – are unique, each with a king-size bed, mood lighting, cashmere throws and Italian linens. Sip mouth-watering cocktails at Connaught Bar or Coburg Bar, and tuck into regional French flavours at Hélène Darroze’s two-Michelin-starred restaurant. Get a proper pampering at Aman Spa, which offers healing treatments drawn from the traditions of Asia and the Americas. 

The Dorchester
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  • Park Lane

Mayfair is pretty synonymous with the high glam Dorcester. When you book a room at this illustrious spot, you'll find luxurious white marble bathrooms, fluffy bathrobes, and scenic views across Hyde Park. Alain Ducasse serves fine French cuisine with three Michelin stars, and indulgent aftenoon teas are served in The Promenade. Even their indulgent spa has its own blissful spot for light bites or tea – the aptly named Spatisserie. 

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Flemings' hotel rooms might be small, but boy are they chic. They are 5-star deluxe rooms reflects the hotel’s century-old history. That's right, this hotel opened in the 1850s and is the second-oldest hotel in London. So if you're looking for an antique feel, this is the place for you. You'll also find Ormer Mayfair Restaurant here, overseen by Executive Chef Sofian Msetfi.

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If you're looking for somewhere with a touch of luxury and grandeur, this is the place for you. It's in the heart of Mayfair, surrounded by the parks, theatres and attractions of London’s West End – so you won't have far to get home after you've been shopping or at the theatre. As for the actual rooms, expect elegant, contemporary décor and decadent Italian marble bathrooms. As well as all the facilities you could ever need, including premium skincare brand REN toiletries, amazingly fast WIFI and Samsung TVs.

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