Traditional British charm suffuses London’s Mayfair, where for centuries aristocrats, gentry and celebrities have walked the streets and frequented the local shops and restaurants.
With a history dating back to 1913, Washington Mayfair Hotel, on Curzon Street, has seen many changes: from its Art Deco origins, through the austere war years and into the 21st century, where intricate design and attention to detail have made it a favourite of visitors to London.
The hotel’s light-filled Madisons Restaurant offers all-day dining, with dishes from around the world. With a nod to the hotel’s heritage, the restaurant is decorated in exquisite red and gold, with large armchairs and candle lit tables adding to the intimate atmosphere created. Decorated in the same style, Madisons Bar and lounge changes in character throughout the day, offering guests morning coffee, quick bites for lunch as well as an opulent afternoon tea, before opening the bar for dinner. Choose from an extensive cocktail and wine list and listen to one of the hotel’s resident musicians before heading in to dinner.
The 178 bedrooms and suites have all been recently refurbished and are decorated in a variety of Art Deco styles. Spacious and bold, with hints of gold and yellow, all rooms have upholstered chairs and plush linens, many with marble bathrooms, fitted with every luxury you could need. Some rooms and suites also have balconies and space for private meetings if required.
Located in a peaceful street, but just steps away from London’s top attractions Park Lane, Piccadilly, Buckingham Palace, Washington Mayfair is the perfect place for both business and leisure travellers.