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Warm lighting and cozy common spaces
The Cavendish London is a tasteful, elegant hotel with a commitment to sustainability. The hotel has won multiple Green Tourism Awards and the restaurant serves seasonal British fare. The lobby, lounge, and bar are all cozy spaces that utilize contemporary colors and patterns in the decor. The hotel is home to several meeting spaces, resulting in a scene that is sometimes filled with people doing business.
Close to transport at the junction of Mayfair and Piccadilly
The Cavendish London is located a five-minute walk from both the Green Park and Piccadilly tube stations. At the junction of Mayfair and Piccadilly, this hotel is close to shopping, theaters, and art galleries. Mayfair is a quiet, upscale district with a posh reputation. Piccadilly Circus is a more bustling neighborhood with street performers and bigger crowds. This hotel is convenient for exploring central London on foot or utilizing the quick and easy underground to reach different neighborhoods and attractions.
Elegant comfort with contemporary colors
Rooms at the Cavendish London blend classic furnishings with contemporary pops of color. Beds have plush linens and rooms feature a mix of fabrics, including everything from leather to velvet. All rooms have iPod docks, bedside in-house filtered water, electric kettles, minibars, and flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms are generously sized; some rooms have separate tubs and showers.
Not much in the way of amenities -- just a business center and meeting spaces, but no fitness center
The Cavendish London is known for its reasonable rates and central location more than its features.
Restaurant serving seasonal British fare
The elegant Cavendish London has appealing dining options. The restaurant, Petrichor -- named after the term that signifies the scent of fresh rain on dry earth -- serves contemporary British cuisine from seasonal menus with a commitment to supporting local farmers.
The Cavendish London is a large, 231-room hotel in Mayfair. Rooms have a mix of classic and contemporary decor with plush linens, big flat-screen TVs, and iPod docks. The elegant design uses pops of color and rooms have great amenities including electric kettles, Nespresso machines, and minibars. The building is taller than many in the neighborhood, providing sweeping views over London's rooftops. Located near shopping, art galleries, and theater, this hotel is a good launching point for exploring central London. The restaurant, Petrichor, is committed to sustainability and serves seasonal British fare. While there is a fee for Wi-Fi, room rates are reasonable and service is excellent.