Mayfair & Belgravia

Spanning 300 acres, these two prestigious areas in the heart of London are filled with outstanding heritage, luxurious character, elegance and architectural marvels. It’s no wonder they have become the destinations of choice for so many.

Mayfair



Mayfair epitomises that smart, fashionable flavour that is so uniquely London, where world-class shopping and chic boutiques stand alongside the capital’s most prestigious hotels and restaurants. Its location couldn’t be more central – just moments south of Oxford Street, north of Piccadilly, and east of Hyde Park. It’s a world of terracotta hues, colourful window boxes and freshly mowed lawns, of street-side coffee shops and pristine community squares.

Belgravia

Moments from Sloane Street, Belgravia is a place of Regency-style streets and sweeping crescents, where cream-stucco mansions mingle with picturesque mews houses. It is a culturally rich neighbourhood, with a commitment to public art. Counting Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Frédéric Chopin, Neville Chamberlain, Ian Fleming and Vivien Leigh as former residents, Belgravia’s blue-plaque-strewn streets evoke a sense of its illustrious past. Home to both emerging and established independent brands, boutique hotels and iconic restaurants, visitors can enjoy a contemporary experience in a historical setting.