London’s newest It hotel set to bring old-school luxe to Mayfair this Autumn… and it looks dandy

A new high-end hotel is about to bring lavish, old-school luxury to London’s Mayfair.

Opening Autumn 2020, The Mayfair Townhouse will proffer sophisticated digs in the status-symbol neighbourhood, and promises an indulgent stay with a secret members club feel. 

The Mayfair Townhouse hotel, opening October 2020

Nestled on Half Moon Street, alongside Piccadilly and near London’s Green Park, the hotel is set to be a destination as befittingly prestigious as its address. As for the vibe: think intuitive service, the highest quality linens, and a home-from-home feel.

The Mayfair Townhouse hotel will open in London’s Green Park

The exclusive hotel will debut with 172 rooms and suites on its opening, including three penthouse suites and garden suites, as well as a private gym, event spaces and plush The Dandy Bar. From the early look we’ve had at the interiors, we can certainly picture ourselves propping up the bar with a G&T, like a Victorian dandy ourselves: the townhouses lining Half Moon Street even formed the setting for Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest

Guests at The Mayfair Townhouse hotel can expect private members club-style luxury

For more on what to expect from the West End’s new It hotel, look no further than the hotel’s sister properties. It’s brought to you by the same hoteliers behind historic, five-star country house Cliveden House in Berkshire, home to 376 acres of Grade I listed National Trust gardens, as well as the luxury treehouses of 18th century country house and spa Chewton Glen in Hampshire. 

Doors open this Autumn. We’ll see you at the Dandy Bar. 

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Bex April May is an experienced entertainment, travel and lifestyle journalist based in London, writing for The Guardian, Metro, Cosmopolitan, MTV, Shortlist and more. Follow her adventures on Twitter @bexlectric and on Instagram @bexaprilmay

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