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The May Fair Hotel, London

Stratton Street, London, W1J 8LT, UK
The May Fair Hotel Review
5 Star Rating
27 January 2017The May Fair Hotel
Tags: London, UK, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £420 per night

As the name suggests, The May Fair hotel can be found in Mayfair close to Green Park and Piccadilly, it’s an impressive hotel which has stood the test of time and still remains a popular choice for those looking to stay in Mayfair. Opened originally by King George VI in 1927, if there’s a hotel that knows hospitality; this is one of them.

The team at this hotel seem to have absorbed the building’s years of hospitality heritage, and are always there to make your stay as enjoyable as possible; from check-in to check-out. When we arrived, we were greeted warmly, as old friends, and made to feel instantly at home.

The May Fair Hotel London Lobby The May Fair Hotel London The May Fair Hotel London Terrace

The hotel is large and offers 404 rooms, ranging from good-sized doubles, up to three-bedroomed suites. Despite the size of the hotel, and the number of guests that come through the doors, you are always treated as an individual here, and nothing is too much trouble.

After check-in, we were shown to our room, a Studio Suite. Our suite boasts great space; offering a lovely seating area, as well as a great desk area to sit and work at if you’re travelling for business purposes. The bathroom of the suite is good size, with a gorgeous bath where you could easily while away an afternoon. And the bed was so very comfortable. It’s one of those rooms that you don’t want to leave, until the allure of the rest of the hotel calls...

“With a cinema as well as an on-site casino in the ballroom, there’s little to no chance of getting bored here.”

In terms of facilities, this hotel definitely has most bases covered. With a cinema as well as an on-site casino in the ballroom, there’s little to no chance of getting bored here. And if its rest and relaxation you’re after then head over to the spa, where you can choose from an array of wonderful treatments to help you escape.

The May Fair Hotel London Spa The May Fair Hotel London The May Fair Hotel London Spa

The food offering is worth exploring, with the May Fair Kitchen being a great choice of restaurant at any time of day. With an outside dining area sheltered by an awning, this restaurant merges indoor and al fresco dining, for extended enjoyment during the warmer months.

With everything you could possible ever need at your fingertips at this hotel, no one could blame you for not venturing outside. However, being in such a central location it would be a shame not to explore all London has to offer. We recommend a spot of shopping and a nice stroll through Hyde Park.

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at The May Fair, and would highly recommend it for an exceptionally well facilitated stay. It provides the perfect setting for all London has to offer.

The May Fair Hotel London Cinima The May Fair Hotel London The May Fair Hotel London Bathroom

The hotel is also running a Sunday Soiree promotion at the moment.

The Sunday Soirée package invites guests to spend a Sunday exploring London many visitor attractions before settling down to a dinner for two at one of the hotels restaurants followed by a relaxing overnight stay. Guests can start their week with a delicious Monday breakfast.

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