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Mayfair is a West End neighborhood filled with shopping, exquisite accommodations and great nightspots. It’s such an affluent region that it holds the highest real estate position on the British version of the Monopoly game. Visit the area to enjoy its attractions and the large parks lining its outer edges.
Entertainment in Mayfair started in the 1700s with the revelry of London’s annual May Fair. Plays, livestock auctions and drinking foreshadowed the activities of today. Today The May Fair is a grand hotel, home to American aristocracy in the 1900s, British royalty in the 1920s, Hollywood stars in the 1950s and avant-garde partygoers today. Select this or other five-star hotels for a luxury stay in the neighborhood.
Attend an exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts on the east side of Mayfair. Tour its permanent collection, which includes British artists from as early as its foundation in 1768 as well as other artists from the 18th century to today.
At the heart of Mayfair is Grosvenor Square Gardens, one of London’s Royal Parks. See its Franklin Delano Roosevelt statue, September 11 Memorial Garden and memorial to the RAF’s Eagle Squadron. Bordering the park is the United States Embassy.
Just west of Mayfair is the 350-acre (140-hectare) Hyde Park, one of London’s Royal Parks. Look for the Diana Memorial Fountain next to the Serpentine lake. At the northeast sector of the park near Marble Arch is the Speakers’ Corner, where Marx, Lenin and Orwell made speeches in past years and millions have gathered for protests in recent years. Picnic or sunbathe at Green Park along the southern edge of Mayfair. Sit in the shade of the London plane trees next to the green lawns of Berkeley Square Garden.
Shop along Oxford Street, have a suit tailor-made at Savile Row and pass by the famous Sotheby’s and Phillips auction houses. Dine at some of London’s top restaurants in and around Mayfair’s exclusive hotels.
Oxford Street, Bond Street, and West End are just a few of the amazing locations you can reach from May Fair. Green Park Station is moments away with great connections on Piccadilly line, Jubilee line, and Victoria Line.
Located in City of Westminster, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Sotheby’s, Buckingham Palace, and Piccadilly Circus. St. James Park and London Palladium Theatre are also within 15 minutes.
Being a truly welcoming and peaceful hotel in London Mayfair, this 18th century haven is situated overlooking the lush Grosvenor Square. The boutiques and shops of Bond & Oxford streets are a 5 minute walk away
Soaring high above the city streets in the heart of Mayfair, this 5-star property is close to all that London has to offer, whether it’s musicals and theatres or world-famous landmarks like Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park.
Set in the lively Bond Street shopping area, this luxury hotel is one block from Savile Row, three blocks from Piccadilly Circus, and two kilometres from Buckingham Palace.
Located in City of Westminster, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Buckingham Palace, St. James Park, and Piccadilly Circus. Big Ben and London Palladium Theatre are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located on the West End in London's Mayfair district, the chic hotel is blocks from Park Lane, Hyde Park, and Oxford and Bond streets. Buckingham Palace and Covent Garden Market are within 2 km (1 mi).
This contemporary hotel is located on Jermyn Street, St James, in the heart of Piccadilly. The Theatreland district, Leicester Square, and Mayfair are 700 metres away.