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.
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.