This exclusive 5* Top Secret Hotel captures quintessential English luxury in the heart of one of London’s most privileged postcodes, Mayfair. Each spacious and charmingly finished double en-suite guest room features a flat screen LCD TV with cable channels, complimentary luxury toiletries, comfortable living area, free Wi-Fi internet, daily housekeeping service and an indulgent four poster bed. Excellent onsite hotel facilities include a 24 hour concierge, night porter, shoe shine, currency exchange, fitness suite, valet laundry and VIP services. Business guests will enjoy the hotel’s extensive business centre comprising of several fully equipped meeting and conference rooms.
This unique Mayfair property, next to Green Park, enjoys one of the most sought after areas of central London in the borough of Westminster. Adjacent to Green Park, one of the city’s Royal Parks, this hotel offers its guests a peaceful oasis on its doorstep amidst the rush of the city. Consisting of 47 acres of open parkland and flanked by Piccadilly Circus and Constitution Hill, Green Park is the ideal central escape for those needing a moment of peace and quiet whilst sightseeing in the area. With a dedicated underground at the park’s north side, hotel guests can explore London with ease, getting to the city’s most famous attractions within a matter of minutes.
Shopaholics wishing to indulge in a spot of retail therapy will enjoy the hotel’s close proximity to one of the most upmarket shopping streets in the country, Bond Street. With a prestige in fine fashion retailers dating back to the 18th century, today it is home to luxury brands such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Chopard. Regarded as Europe’s most expensive retail location, guests after more affordable high street brands can head to the nearby Oxford Street on foot for several of the nation’s most loved flagship department stores.
Just south of Mayfair and accessible from Hyde Park Corner and Green Park underground stations is one of the country’s most iconic historic attractions, Buckingham Palace. Still used as the Queen’s primary London residence, the palace is synonymous with the heritage of the British royal family and is a must-see for any tourist on their first time in the capital. During the summer months the palace is open to the public to explore several of its opulent state rooms and millions of visitors are attracted to watch the daily Changing of the Guard ceremony held in the palace forecourt.