What better way to spend a weekend away than in the heart of London’s most exclusive postcode, Mayfair. This four star boutique hotel is sure to be an unforgettable stay in both quality and location. Enjoy the perks of living just minutes from Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace and Regent’s street.
Alongside services such as room service, a night porter and laundry, this Secret Hotel is also famous for it’s award winning afternoon tea, served daily in the exquisite conservatory. Business guests will also benefit from the use of conference rooms and audio/visual equipment.
Relax in your deluxe guest room alongside all the facilities you would expect from a four star hotel. Rooms include cable television, coffee and tea making facilities, complimentary toiletries, iron and ironing board and free internet access. Daily housekeeping is of course provided to ensure you can concentrate on relaxing! Breakfast is also included in the price, making this Secret Hotel great value for money.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Children will love Ripley’s Believe It or Not, situated nearby in Piccadilly. Spread over five floors, you will find over 700 strange and peculiar objects to marvel over, including the Blue Faced Man and Shrunken Heads.
For the perfect romantic evening, head for a glass of champagne at Galvin at Windows. With spectacular views over London and spectacular service; a evening here is sure to put you in high spirits. If you decide to extend the evening, a first class menu is also available.
Buckingham Palace is London’s most visited attraction, and with good reason. This historic building is the official residence of the British Monarch, but if you’re not lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the Queen herself, at least you will be able to watch the famous Changing of the Guards ceremony!
Along the gates of Hyde Park, local artists line up with painted canvas’ of the city. If you’re looking for something to remind you of your stay, what better way than purchasing one of this beautiful paintings. Don’t worry about transporting them home either, as the canvas’ can be rolled and placed into a secure tube for you to get framed at a later date.
For eating out
Mayfair’s Rocket branch is a sophisticated pizzeria that will please all the family. Alongside thin based pizzas is a selection of deluxe salads and surf and turf style grills.
Mahiki tiki bar, frequented by Prince Harry himself, is a great night out for a few cocktails or those wishing to dance the night away. Cocktails are served in hollowed out pineapples and coconuts to get you into the Polynesian spirit!