British Travel Journal

The Mayfair Townhouse


Bridging the gap between West End's ritzy and corporate hotels,

the Townhouse redefines what it means to be a London hotel. Curious, engaging, witty – and dandy. Think: Oscar Wilde meets Alice in Wonderland. Launched by the people who brought you Cliveden House and Chewton Glen, The Mayfair Townhouse occupies the Grade-II listed Georgian buildings that line Half Moon Street – once the setting for Oscar Wilde's most famous play, The Importance of Being Earnest. The aptly named Dandy Bar is the heart and soul of

the Townhouse; a theatrical, dimly lit atmosphere that creates a place to see and be seen. Say hello to Head Concierge Dianna Beran, formerly from Belmond Cadogan Hotel, and one of the very few female concierges in the world to hold the title of Les Clefs d'Or! Book a mixology experience with Pierpaolo Monaco and enjoy a Mayfair Dandy – an avant-garde take on the classic Dandy cocktail once enjoyed by hedonists of the area. Room rates priced from £252 per night.


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