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My husband and I wanted to stay in a location that was walkable distance to the theatres on Shaftesbury Avenue and also near The Wolseley restaurant on Picadilly, I found 2 reasonably priced hotels (for London prices anyway!) and opted for the Holiday Inn Mayfair...More
Mrs.Electric and I stay here quite often and it has long since become our home from home in London. As tripadvisor does not let me post a review within three months of the previous one, this review is for the stays on 28th September and...More
Pros. The hotel is excellently located. Very central with many shops,
Restaurants and entertainment nearby. And the staff are very nice.
Cons. Very, very busy street, very noisy, and very, very dated. The bathroom has been renovated but the furniture is 1980s and the carpets...More
Directly opposite The Ritz and Green Park. Excellent location being in the heart of Mayfair with Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, theatres, and so the list goes on right on your door step. Staff very friendly and helpful, our room was one of their older family...More
London can be a bit aloof.... a lot aloof even and I have been there lots to experience such aloofness! This Hotel breaks the mould, nothing too much trouble for a brilliant team. Ok its probably in need of a bit of a make over,...More
Set beside some of London's best parks and home to world-class galleries, luxurious hotels, and famed thoroughfares, the ultra upscale Mayfair is one of London's most exclusive haunts. Here the shopping is haute, the dining is exquisite, and the nightlife is vibrant. A casual stroll through the area’s chic streets will reveal that Michelin stars and chauffeured cars are practically the norm here. Even
if you're on a tight budget, this exceptionally well connected swath of Central London is worth exploring, if only for the chance to take a peak at the goings on of upper crust English society.