Mayfair Hotels
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The Metropolitan

The Metropolitan Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The central, exclusive Metropolitan Hotel is located at the nexus of Hyde Park, Knightsbridge, and Mayfair. Known for the excellent Michelin-rated restaurant Nobu and nightlife hot spot Met Bar, this hotel is a chic, upscale option. Rooms are sunny and spacious with flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, and the contemporary lobby is home to a knowledgeable concierge service. The small, but well-equipped spa and fitness center along with free Wi-Fi are perks here, but rates are pricey and room amenities are limited for this price point.

St. James's Hotel and Club

St. James's Hotel and Club Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Before St. James's was a luxurious boutique hotel, it had a distinguished past as an exclusive Gentlemen's Club. Previously owned by Sirs Michael Caine and Sean Connery -- and frequented by Winston Churchill and Gregory Peck -- this striking building on a quiet cul-de-sac in prestigious Mayfair now houses lavish accommodations. A recent multi-million renovation brought in bespoke furnishings, and rooms offer high-tech perks such as free Wi-Fi and iPod docks. An outstanding feature here is the Michelin-star restaurant directed by executive chef William Drabble. The hotel is also filled with notable Cubist paintings and offers close proximity to shopping and galleries.

Dukes Hotel

Dukes Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Dukes Hotel is a pricey, prestigious 90-room boutique delivering an updated take on classic English luxury. It's quietly opulent and features plenty of special boutique amenities, such as a cognac and cigar garden, and a Drawing Room where traditional afternoon tea is served. The most notable feature, however, is Dukes Bar, frequented by James Bond creator Ian Fleming, and the birthplace of the famous "Shaken, not stirred" line. (The bar is, naturally, famous for its martinis -- but note that there's a strict dress code.) Rooms have upscale decor that varies between room types; lower level rooms have fresh ivory and white decor, while suites blend classic and contemporary styles. All are sophisticated.

Flemings Hotel, Mayfair

Flemings Hotel, Mayfair Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The bold, beautiful interior design of the common spaces (the result of a multi-million pound renovation) is what sets this luxury four-pearl property apart from others. Room rates are relatively reasonable for prestigious Mayfair, but a handful of the non-renovated rooms could use some air fresheners. And despite its luxury status, the hotel lacks amenities such as a spa and on-site fitness center.

The Chesterfield Mayfair

The Chesterfield Mayfair Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Chesterfield Mayfair is part of the Red Carnation Hotel Collection. This 107-room hotel has traditional Victorian decor, including a grand chandelier in the lobby and portraits on the walls. While rooms are classically decorated with floral patterns, they have modern conveniences as well, including free Wi-Fi, big flat-screen TVs, and 24-hour room service. Highlights at this charming property include a great breakfast with wide selection of hot and cold dishes, a fine dining restaurant, and a terrace bar.

Brown's Hotel

Brown's Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Brown's Hotel, located in prestigious Mayfair, is part of the luxurious Rocco Forte Collection. The hotel is made up of 11 historic Georgian townhouses and no two of the 117 rooms are the same. Spacious, elegant rooms have a soft, soothing color scheme along with stocked minibars, big flat-screen TVs, and upscale bathrooms (some have a separate soaking tub and walk-in glass shower). Hotel highlights include quality dining and drinking venues such as HIX at the Albemarle, the English Tea Room, and the Donovan Bar. With a spa and fitness center, Brown's has all the features guests would expect at this price point, but there's a pesky fee for Wi-Fi.

The Cavendish London

The Cavendish London Rating: 3.5 Pearls

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.


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