The May Fair Hotel

Mayfair, London

There are 5 star luxury hotels, and then there is The May Fair: an icon of expressive contemporary design, bringing together boutique attention to detail with grand hotel service.

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Mayfair, London

A glamorous heritage, bold design and distinctive style make The May Fair Hotel a true one off. Lavish without being showy, dramatic without compromising on comfort and with service that’s attentive yet low-key, The May Fair redefines modern luxury with playful panache and some of the largest and most diverse selections of rooms and luxury suites in London.

Set moments from Bond Street, Green Park and Piccadilly, the hotel is home to an award-winning small plates restaurant, innovative bar with pop-up residencies, a stylish private dining venue and a blissful spa. The spirit of surrounding Mayfair is captured beautifully, especially in the breathtaking Crystal Room and opulent Danziger Suite, which between them have played host to some of London’s most extravagant society events.


  • Super-Preferred VIP:
  • Complimentary English breakfast
  • Complimentary 150Mbps Wi-Fi on unlimited devices
  • In-room amenity & welcome card from General Manager
  • Upgrade upon check-in and based on availability



Distance from Airport

11 miles

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Child friendly



May Fair Spa

Food and Drink

May Fair Kitchen

As the flagship restaurant of The Kitchens, May Fair Kitchen serves an award-winning menu of contemporary Italian and Spanish small plates, in addition to signature Mediterranean, Mexican, Japanese and Peruvian dishes from its sister Kitchens and a curated list of fine wines and cocktails.

May Fair Bar

May Fair Bar is the perfect place to enjoy coffee catch-ups, brunch or cocktails and light bites. Using fresh ingredients and homemade tinctures, May Fair Bar often hosts pop-ups and collaborations with renowned drink brands.

Mayfair Terrace

Welcome to an intimate, open-air terrace nestled in a secluded outdoor setting at the heart of the hotel. The perfect place to enjoy great company and exquisite food, May Fair Terrace invites guests for signature cocktails, small plates and limited-edition pop-ups all year round.

Afternoon Tea in Mayfair Kitchen

The May Fair Edition Charbonnel et Walker afternoon tea is a creation in partnership with the renowned chocolatiers, known for using only the finest couverture in their truffles and chocolate. Enjoy homemade delectations on every tier, including a tiramisu with Charbonnel et Walker chocolate shavings, as well as vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free alternatives.

Private Dining 

The Private Dining Room is an exclusive and secluded venue, tucked away in a discreet area of the hotel. Perfect for corporate dinners and smaller private functions, the beautiful room hosts up to 64 guests dining and 100 guests for drinks receptions with delicious seasonal menus and five-star service.



May Fair Spa in London turns valuable time into still more valuable results through a meticulously tailored experience re-emphasising wellbeing and health. Our treatments are carefully structured to put time on hold, creating a discreet, healing inner sanctuary, far from the whirl of central London.

Deeply attentive, profoundly relaxing, with expert consultation, pioneering treatments and tangible results, May Fair Spa is transforming London’s expectations of luxury beauty and health spa treatments.

In-depth consultation provides the unique basis for our treatments, courtesy of The May Fair Spa’s deeply knowledgeable consultants and superb range of massage and facial therapies. The May Fair Spa and Personal Training Suite marry unparalleled expertise with intuitive care for an approach to wellbeing that is both pioneering and luxurious.

Local Area

Any destination guide to London will centre its most glamorous chapter on things to do in Mayfair. The central location of The May Fair became the home of London’s aristocracy following the Great Fire of 1666 and dukes’ former grand mansions and parks now form the basis of one of London’s most celebrated and elegant quarters.


Fortnum & Mason

First opened in 1707, Fortnum & Mason on Piccadilly is a beautifully presented luxury department store selling teas, coffees, sweets and hampers. Perfect for Christmas shopping and afternoon tea trips.


On Great Marlborough Street, just behind famous Regent Street, sits the mock-tudor department store called Liberty London, home to luxury clothing, accessories, haberdashery and perfumes. 


Duke of York Square Market

Every Saturday in Chelsea from 10am – 4pm, our open-air Fine Food market offers artisanal and locally produced meat, game, fish, bread, cakes, cup-cakes and much more at the Duke of York Square Market on the Kings Road.

London Borough Market

London’s most renowned food market, Borough Market is a provider of exceptional British and international produce located in London Bridge, under the railway lines. Open from Thursday to Saturday, Borough market’s amazing food and atmosphere make it an experience you will not forget.

Local Pubs

The Audley

A late Victorian classy pub situated in Mayfair, The Audley is one of the most popular drinking establishments in the area. Known for serving excellent food and drink, not even Michelle Obama could resist on a recent trip over to London.


Owned by the famous Guy Ritchie, the Punchbowl is known to have an impressive A-list clientele, ranging from Prince Harry to Justin Timberlake. Located in Mayfair, if you’re looking for a charming, old fashioned, yet busy pub, this is the place for you.

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