The May Fair is the official hotel of London Fashion Week. And rightly so. The hotel is well-known by many famous names in the world of fashion. It’s not only the clientele that make the hotel such an exciting place to be. The utterly extravagant interior of the hotel embodies the most varying of styles, from the tradition of a country manor, to the luxury of the orient, all coming together in perfect unison. Throughout the hotel, guests will also notice a distinctly baroque theme. It is truly impressive that in a hotel with around 400 rooms, the intimate atmosphere of a boutique hotel remains. Hotel facilities include a modern gourmet restaurant (The Quince) and a private spa, both of which are highly recommended to guests. Luxury Hotel: English noblesse and high-quality service
Every room in The May Fair Hotel is a small haven of luxury, full of individual charm. Ranging from 28 to 45m², rooms come with leather-upholstered king-size beds, Sicilian-marble bathtubs and curtains sewn using designer fabrics; all ensuring unrivalled exclusivity. Silk and velvet king-size bed-throws create an atmosphere of opulence. Most unique, however, are the imaginatively designed themed rooms. Adhering perfectly to the noble feel of the hotel, rooms come with the most modern of Samsung entertainment facilities, mattresses of the highest quality, and beautifully designed bathrooms. On request guests can order a bottle of wine or champagne and chocolate-coated strawberries to meet them on arrival. City Hotel: Central location and individual service
The location and ambience of The May Fair make it the perfect place to stay during a luxury weekend in London. In the exclusive West End, the hotel finds itself in the perfect location for guests wishing to go shopping or out in the evening. The hotel is only a few hundred metres away from the famous shopping area of Bond Street and Piccadilly Circus. Guests can also make use of the professional concierge team, who can assist in tailor-made planning and organising for guests during their stay. Food and Drink: Exquisite gourmet cuisine and art déco bar
The tastefulness of The May Fair also extends to its restaurant. On the ground floor of the building guests will find the hotel’s gourmet restaurant, The Quince. Here guests can enjoy a wonderful breakfast, choosing between a traditional English or continental breakfast. In the afternoons and evenings, the restaurant takes on an elegant ambience, with leather seats, red velvet sofas and colourful glass mosaics, offering guests high class cuisine. For special occasions there is a dining room for private dinners and chef’s table where guests can watch their food being prepared. Additionally there is a chic art déco bar and a cigar room with an exclusive choice of cigars, cognacs and whiskeys. Leisure and sport: Oriental spa and Palm Beach Casino
Anybody who likes to be indulged should without a doubt make use of The Mayfair Spa facilities. In the oriental designed rooms, guests can enjoy professional massages, facial and body treatments, as well as traditional Moroccan heat treatments in the steam bath (all treatments must be pre-booked). For those seeking thrills rather than rest and relaxation, the hotel also has its own casino with roulette and black-jack tables. Location: Shopping, dancing, going to the theatre
The May Fair Hotel is in a perfect location for those visiting London on a short stay. Nearby guests can shop in the world-famous boutiques of the city, including Oxford Street (600m away from the hotel). For those who want to explore the city by night or visit a theatre, everything you are looking for can be found right in Mayfair and in the nearby Piccadilly Circus (400m away). Guests will also find the nearest underground station Greenpark in close proximity (200m away), which lies on the Piccadilly line, providing guests with a direct route into the rest of the city.