The May Fair Hotel

 

Set in the heart of London’s original luxury quarter, the 5 star May Fair Hotel offers first class boutique luxury on a grand scale. This up market hotel opened in 1927 has survived two world wars, numerous owners and millions of pounds of redevelopment to make it “a hotel like no other.”

 

 

If merely staying in the hotel is not enough why not make the most of all the amenities the hotel has to offer. Dine in the Quince restaurant where renowned chef Silvena Rowe brings the Mediterranean to the heart of London. We have had a fantastic experience at the Quince – the food was dekightful and had a burst flavours every time you took a bite. The ambience of the restaurant was warming and charming, we definitely look forward to our next visit.

The hotel has an ever popular bar that is always buzzing and vibrant. Mixed by the hotels very own mixologists – handpicked to create some of the best cocktails in London.

 

 

With its elegant suites, onsite facilities and luxury atmosphere the May Fair Hotel is the perfect place to host a wedding. Guests can choose from two opulent rooms to hold either their ceremony or their reception.

The Crystal Room containing a Baccarat chandelier, a marble encased drinks area and a sweeping staircase provides a magical setting for up to 220 guests.

Alternatively guests can enjoy the beautiful space of the Danzinger Suite which leads on to the The Atrium. With a clear vaulted ceiling providing natural light and a private bar guests of the bride and groom can enjoy their wedding surrounded by the Art Deco style inspired by past owners The Danzinger Brothers.

The infamous Nobu have teamed up with The May Fair to offer an experience suited for the luxurious and decadent suits of the hotel. This is private dining at its finests and for a wedding, is perfect for a rehearsal dinner.

 

 

And if you’re looking for some fun why not take a look at the Mayfair’s onsite Palm Beach Casino. Located in the former Grand Art Deco Ballroom it is one of the largest gaming rooms in London. With its own private entrance and sophisticated dress code the casino offers that James Bond experience (without the danger).

 

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