The Westbury Hotel Mayfair is an excellent five-star hotel cushioned between Bond Street and Savile Row in Central London. Whether you’re staying for an event or using the hotel as a base while exploring London, you can expect great food, exceptional service and elegant surroundings. However, it is its wonderful position in London’s prestigious Mayfair, just a stone’s throw from the delights of Hyde Park and the West End, that makes the Westbury Hotel Mayfair such a treat.
The first Westbury opened for business in 1927, created by the Phipps polo-playing family. In 1955 it became known as the Westbury London, the first five-star American hotel in the capital. It has gone from strength to strengh since then and has welcomed a host of VIP guest over the years including President Mikhail Gorbachev, Carla Bruni Sarkozy and Vivienne Westwood.
The beautifully appointed superior queen and king bedrooms are the perfect choice for both business and leisure guests, exuding five star luxury. Superior suites provide extra space and added touches of luxury such as complimentary Hermes toiletries. Ideal for a special occasion. Deluxe suites are opulent in design with their own space for dining and a separate washroom for guests. They also come with lovely views of the prestigious Mayfair neighbourhood.The Art Deco-inspired Corner suites are filled with light, overlooking the prestigious shops of Bond Street and the lovely local architecture. High up on the seventh floor of the hotel are the three most luxurious suites, with spacious accomodation and stunning views.
Additionally, guests can experience an incredible variety of cuisines with the choice of two Michelin-starred restaurants ‘Alyn Williams at the Westbury’ and ‘Brasserie Chavot’ as well as the discreet, and local's favourite, Tsukiji Sushi Restaurant.
The Westbury Hotel also boasts the charismatic, charming and opulent Polo Bar, which offers some of the finest drinks and cocktails in Mayfair, London. In fact, the Polo Bar was voted “Best Hotel Bar of the Year” in 2010 and 'Best London Bar' 2014.