The Westbury Mayfair, A Luxury Collection Hotel, London
37 Conduit Street
Mayfair London, England
Book your stay at The Westbury Mayfair, a Luxury Collection Hotel in London’s Mayfair district and you will receive exclusive amenities* such as a full English breakfast for two daily, British afternoon tea for two, $100 USD food and beverage credit, complimentary WiFi, a room upgrade and early check-in and late check-out along with a VIP gift* on arrival.
The Westbury Mayfair offers exceptional quality rooms and suites along with unrivaled fine dining cuisine. Newly renovated in 2017 by Alex Kravetz Designs, guests can enjoy a heightened sense of luxury with 225 rooms, of which 64 are suites, each offering wood panelled entrances, Italian marble bathrooms and personal touches to enchant even the most seasoned of travellers.
Residing within The Westbury Mayfair is the Michelin starred, 4 AA Rosette Alyn Williams at The Westbury an absolute must for those seeking a fine dining experience with exceptional cuisine and unrivalled service. For a more relaxed experience you will find Tsukiji Sushi Restaurant, a 20-seater intimate space lauded by its guests and locals as ‘the hidden gem of Mayfair’. For cocktails and posh bar bites, the multi award-winning Polo Bar is tailored to everyone’s needs with an outstanding cocktail and drinks list and impressive menu. When you are ready to explore Mayfair, the Westbury Hotel’s concierge recommends the following and can assist with making reservations, tours or visiting bookings and directions.
Top Ten Secret Addresses in Mayfair, presented by the by Les Clefs d’Or concierge at The Westbury Mayfair
1. The East India Company, 7/8 Conduit Street / Just a few steps from The Westbury Mayfair lies The East India Company. The East India Company was one of the very first regular importers of tea to Britain and, as such, was instrumental in popularizing tea in Britain. The Company placed its first tea order in 1664 and today it stocks over 120 authentic, seasonal, rare and exclusive fresh teas. Lalith also regularly holds tea tasting sessions and events at the Mayfair store.
2. Lalique, 47 Conduit Street / A short distance further on Conduit Street lies Lalique. The name Lalique evokes the brilliance of jewelry, the wonder of transparency, and the brilliance of crystal. The history of Lalique has always been closely linked to that of perfumery. Lalique Parfume has a unique signature that combines creativity in its bottle design with a quest for exceptional quality within its fragrances.
3. The Barber at Fortnum & Mason’s – 3rd floor at Fortnum & Masons, 18 Piccadilly/ For three centuries Fortnum & Masons has been committed to bringing the best of events, produce, housewares, gifts and dining to the streets and people of Londoners, often from continents away. After more than 50 years, the third floor Gentlemen’s Department is once again home to an in-house Master Barber. A beautiful blend of the traditional and the contemporary, visitors to The Barber can expect first-class service that aims to put a little of the ceremony back into the art of male grooming, including complimentary drinks.
4. Hamleys, 188 – 196 Regent Street / Conveniently located on nearby Regent Street, is Hamleys. William Hamleys dream was to open the finest toy shop in the world and that is exactly what he did in 1760. Today, with over 255 years of experience in bringing smiles and laughter to children, Hamleys is known and trusted all over the world.
5. Handel & Hendrix’s Museum, 25 Brook Street / A short five-minute walk north on Bond Street will take you to Brook Street, where you will find the Handel & Hendrix Museum, made up of two residences: Handel’s house at 25 Brook Street and Hendrix’s flat at the top floor of 23 Brook Street. Separated by a wall and 200 years are the homes of two musicians who chose London & changed music; George Frideric Handel and James Marshall ‘Jimi’ Hendrix. If you would like to book a visit, it is recommended to do so in advance.
6. Dolce & Gabbana, 1st floor, 53-55 New Bond Street / Visit the first floor of Dolce & Gabbana for an incredible selection of men’s formalwear. Dress to impress and let your clothes go from ordinary to extra-ordinary with a visit to Dolce & Gabbana!
7. 3 Savile Row, the former offices of Apple Corp, the infamous Beatles headquarters in London / Walk south down Savile Row and when you reach number 3 stop and look up! This is the location of The Beatles celebrated rooftop performance of 1969, the final public performance of the Beatles. On 30 January 1969, the band, surprised a central London office and fashion district with an impromptu concert from the roof of the headquarters of the band’s multimedia corporation Apple Corps. In a 42-minute set, the Beatles were heard playing nine takes of five songs before the Metropolitan Police Service asked them to reduce the volume. Footage from the performance was later used in the 1970 documentary film Let It Be.
8. Vintage Watch Company, 24 Burlington Arcade / The Vintage Watch company is probably the only place in London if not in Europe, where you are likely to find the Rolex of your birth year in mint condition! The Vintage Watch Company was established in 1995 dedicated to showcasing Vintage Rolex wristwatches from c1910- c1970. Their collection of over 1000 pieces is simply unparalleled and The Vintage Watch Company has become a destination store for the world.
9. Fitzmaurice Place, the former home of Harry Gordon Selfridge / Head southwest from The Westbury and you will soon reach 9 Fitzmaurice Place. This was once the home of American retail magnate Harry Gordon Selfridge, Sr. (11 January 1858 – 8 May 1947) who founded the London-based department store Selfridges. His 20-year leadership of Selfridges led to his becoming one of the most respected and wealthy retail magnates in the United Kingdom. He was known as the ‘Earl of Oxford Street’.
10. Gagosian Gallery, 17 Davies Street / If you are interested in art, head slightly northwest of The Westbury Mayfair for a six-minute walk and you will arrive at Gagosian Gallery, a contemporary art gallery owned and directed by Larry Gagosian and one of the undisputed leaders in the art world.
*Terms & Conditions:
1. Exclusive amenities in 2018 may differ slightly from above.
2. VIP gift only applicable to reservations made through Merit Travel for stays by/before February 28 2018.
Operated by Sherwood. Prices will be quoted in local currency and are based on double occupancy. Prices may vary by day of travel, season, duration and are subject to availability at time of booking. Blackout dates may apply. Valid on new reservations, not combinable with other offers unless otherwise noted and not applicable to groups. Resort fees, gratuities and taxes are not includes unless specified. Air not included.
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A Luxury Collection Hotel, London
October 10, 2017