About this apartment
- 24/7 guest support
- Professionally cleaned
- Hotel-quality bed linen and towels
- 24/7 check-in as there is a lockbox with the keys
- Fully equipped
- Washing machine
- Coffee table
- Dining table and chairs
- 2 Large double bed's
- Hotel quality linen
- Hotel quality towels
- Large wardrobe
- 2 Spacious Bathroom's
- Hotel quality towels
Guests will have access to the entire property during their stay.
My support team or I will be contactable by email or telephone during your stay.
Sitting pretty between the green expanses of Hyde Park and Green Park, the shops of Oxford Street and the restaurants and bars of Soho, Mayfair pretty much has it all - and the price tag to boot. It's the most expensive and exclusive square on the Monopoly board, and in real life this reputation endures, with Georgian mansions surrounding private squares, high-end art dealerships, exclusive members clubs and more.
Mayfair is historically linked to the aristocracy and royalty, with the Crown still owning a portion of the land here, and many properties owned or rented by titled residents. The area also has political and literary connections, with former residents including Winston Churchill and Oscar Wild.
But although wealth may ooze out of every part of Mayfair, there's more to this pocket of central London than just big houses and bigger wallets. Many major auction houses are located here, which has lead to a number of small, interesting galleries specialising in genres such as Middle Eastern and African art. The embassies for America and Canada are located here, among others, and for families looking for a private education there are various well-respected schools to be found here. The embassies also add a sense of safety to the area, an addition which is prized by the affluent residents.
Meanwhile the restaurant scene is rich in both senses of the word, with glamorous restaurants serving international menus, and cocktail bars counting famous faces as regular visitors. Designer shops can be found throughout, while for further shopping Oxford Street and Soho are both just a shot walk away. Less flashy than Knightsbridge and better connected than Chelsea, it's arguably London's best uber-pricey area.
Mayfair is served by two underground stations at opposite ends; Bond Street in the north, and Green Park in the south. Between the two they cover the Central, Jubilee, Victoria and Piccadilly lines, making commuting across London fast and easy from here - Bank is just 11 minutes away, and Liverpool Street only 12 minutes away.
Mayfair is also within walking distance of central areas including Piccadilly Circus, Soho, Covent Garden and Oxford Street, and is served by many buses both day and night.