First opened by King George V in 1927, The May Fair Hotel, London combines a legendary past with modern creature comforts that redefine luxury hotel sensibility.
With an iconic heritage that boasts of glamour and prestige, the hotel’s attention to detail is fit for royalty. Elegant contemporary design with a bold and playful touch decorates its selection of more than 400 rooms including 37 luxury suites that could match every whim and personality. The Schiaparelli Suite for instance, is an emblem of retro-glam with a splash of fun fuchsia. Antique Chinese art, pink leather accents, a charming padded chaise and an integrated open fire are just some of its quirky furnishings that lead through a spacious bathroom with an illuminated rain shower and a freestanding egg bath. Then there’s the Ebony Suite for trend-spotting travellers. Cutting-edge design is given a charming touch with dark word complementing the metal and ivory interiors. A 67-square meter lounge area with a glass dining table, a kitchenette, a sleek 52’ flat screen TV, an oversized bathtub poised on top of a raised platform, all create a stunning home away from home.
Guests are treated to an epicurean adventure at the May Fair Hotel. At the May Fair Kitchen, diners can enjoy the theatrical side of a gourmet feast with the restaurant’s open kitchen design. The May Fair Bar on the other hand, is a unique little world where beauty and splendour reign. Dishes are given a modern twist while the most skilled mixologists shake and stir the most evocative cocktails.
The hotel features one of London’s largest private screening rooms with THX quality sound and a high-definition projection system –perfect for film premieres and company events.
And for those who want to try their luck, the Palm Beach Casino awaits them. Housing one of the largest gaming rooms in the city, the casino lets its guests play a wide variety of games including Blackjack, American Roulette and Three Card Poker.
Iconic, contemporary, luxurious and fun, the May Fair Hotel exudes hospitality in every sense of the word.