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Ultra-luxury boutique Mayfair hotel

Hotel DoorYou deserve the best, so why not book a sumptuous guest room at this deluxe Mayfair Townhouse hotel?  This 5 star establishment is the last word in luxury and is a short stroll away from many green spaces and parks.  With 56 intimate guest bedrooms, a Mediterranean/Asian infused restaurant and a smart but cosy bar, this hotel really delivers.

For business guests, the impressive business suite is a gem, with a flexible range of rooms and all the equipment you would expect from a hotel of this calibre.  Banqueting facilities are also available for larger groups.  The smart reception can help arrange many services including valet parking, dry cleaning, laundry and postal services and there is also a concierge.

Each one of the exquisite guest rooms incorporate thoughtful touches of decadence, such as four poster beds, balconies and warming slippers.  This is, of course, alongside the usual refinements you would expect including air conditioning, complimentary toiletries, a steam shower and bathrobes in the en suite bathroom, a flat screen LCD TV with cable and pay per view services,  tea and coffee making facilities, a work desk with a lamp and free internet connections, hairdryer, a well stocked mini bar, city map, turn down and room services, a sewing kit, iron, interactive TV, a free safe with laptop capacity and TV speakers in the bathroom.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

The immense and excellent London Trocadero should keep the kids entertained all day, especially if it’s wet outside.  Cinemas, arcades, rides and so much more.

For romance

The Karaoke Box is a tongue in cheek place to spend some quality time together, complete with maracas, tambourines and a long, long playlist that has a song for everyone.  Why not serenade your beloved with a little love ditty all of your own?

For culture

Lancashire Court is tucked intimately away making it feel like you have stumbled upon a real little find.  This pedestrianised mews street is a pleasure to meander through, with a great selection of little cafes, shops and a spa where you can while away a few peaceful hours.

For shopping

Allen’s of Mayfair is the oldest butchers in Mayfair.  It first opened to customers in 1830 and has been supplying quality meats and goods ever since.  A great place to stock up as the prices here do not match the rest of Mayfair.

For eating out

Mulligan’s of Mayfair is a classic Irish bar and restaurant which holds its traditional roots tight when it comes to food.  Guinness soaked cuts of meat, oven baked and tender are a speciality here, all served with onion gravy. Oysters are also another favourite on the menu.

For nightlife

At the Mayfair Snooker Club, you can shoot balls all evening as long as you are signed in under a guest’s name.

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