Mayfair House LondonFor Rent, Residential Penthouse, LN0000327Shepherd St, London, United Kingdom (UK)
About Mayfair House London
The Presidential Suite at Mayfair House offers a spacious Penthouse apartment, ideal for special occasions and families wanting to enjoy a comfortable stay, in one of London’s top locations.
With rich wooden floors throughout, the apartment features four double Bedrooms, each with its own en-suite Bathroom fitted with a Jacuzzi bath and shower. The living/dining area includes flat-screen TV/DVD and premium entertainment system. The generous sized Kitchen is equipped with the latest modern appliances apartment. A private entrance ensures utmost privacy.
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Addtl. Fees Details:
Rates available on request. For more information and to discuss availability please contact our Reservations Team on 020 7938 5930.
Please note: minimum 7 night stay
Amenities and other special features:
Daily Fresh Breakfast Delivery Service.
Delivery is direct to your apartment by one of Room Seasons uniformed waiter. Simply place an order at the reception – View breakfast selection
Order, Relax & Enjoy!
In room dining service provides 5* quality, freshly cooked, hot and cold dishes, 7 days a week. 45 minutes delivery guarantee. View full menu
In room Private & Personal Chef Service
With our private chef service you will be able to relax and enjoy your vacation in style.
Luxury car transfer service
provides high class vehicles to help you get around London and to your destination. Airport transfers can also be arranged. All vehicles are climate controlled, immaculately cleaned and driven by efficient professional chauffeurs. To book please contact Reception.
Mayfair is a small area with a big reputation. Within the mix of corporate headquarters and hedge funds you’ll find Queen Anne revival-style architecture, luxury shopping, quirky boutiques, fine dining restaurants and friendly cafes. Located East of Hyde Park and north of Piccadilly, the best way to explore Mayfair is to wander the quiet streets and discover its delights for yourself. Below is a guide to the area and what to look out for:
Museums & Galleries:
The Royal Academy, Burlington House (on Piccadilly): founded in 1768 to provide a voice for art and artists, the Royal Academy is famous for its Summer Exhibition displaying work from up and coming artists and academicians.
Handel House Museum, 25 Brook Street: the London home of the baroque composer George Frideric Handel from 1723 until his death in 1759 and where he composed some of the greatest music in history.
54 The Gallery, 54 Shepherd Market: described as a ‘jewel of gallery’ and showing the very best in contemporary art.
Mayfair offers an eclectic mix of old, designer and exclusive destination shops.
Mount Street: designer fashion, jewellery and diverse. You’ll find fashion houses Azzaro, Loewe, Lanvin, Céline and Oscar de la Renta alongside jewellers, a Porsche showroom and for cigar enthusiasts Alfie Turmeaus Tobacconist features a walk-in humidor.
Duke Street: leather goods, antiques, furniture, Nelson’s 150-year-old pharmacy and Rake – a new menswear boutique.
North Audley Street: Truc Vert is the place to sample and buy gourmet delicatessen products and Richard Gelding is a must-visit for formal menswear and Italian-made shoes.
Burlington Arcade: built in 1819, today it’s an emporium of specialist, independent retailers selling luxury leather goods, jewellery, pens, cashmere and fashion accessories.
Green and open spaces to rest and reflect:
Grosvenor Square: the second largest square in London is six acres of pristine lawns and is encircled by neo-Georgian houses and Embassies.
Mount Street Gardens: a peaceful sanctuary and one of the most important sites for nature conservation in London. Hidden behind red-brick mansion blocks and the neo-Gothic Church of the Immaculate Conception, there are plenty of benches and shade to while away an hour or two.
Brown Hart Gardens (just off Duke Street): one of the city’s best kept secrets, a raised paved terrace that at street level you might not even notice. Located on the roof of the old Duke Street electricity substation, today the garden provides residents, shoppers and local office workers with a sunny, lofty space to escape the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street. There’s even a cafe for refreshments – The Garden Café by Benugo.
There are lots of restaurants around Mayfair and lots of different types of cuisine to choose from. Below are some suggestions worth investigating:
Da Corradi – friendly, family-run Italian restaurant
20–22 Shepherd Market
The Little Square Restaurant – cosy bistro
3 Shepherd Market
The Wolesley – great for breakfast and celeb spotting
Ceccoine’s – traditional, high-quality Italian
5A Burlington Gardens
Al Sultan – authentic Lebanese cuisine
51–52 Hertford Street
Benares – one of the most highly praised Indian restaurants in London
12A Berkeley Square House
Hibiscus – 2* Michelin British cuisine
29 Maddox Street
La Boudin Blanc – fine dining
5 Trebeck Street
Corrigan’s Mayfair – fine dining
28 Upper Grosvenor Street
Umu – Japanese, the only Kyoto influenced restaurant in the UK
14–16 Bruton Place