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Mayfair / St James's / Westminster - The highlights

Mayfair / St James's / Westminster - The highlights

Where high society meets theatre, fashion and fine dining.

By Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace, Green Park and St James’s… is Mayfair.

With five-star hotels on Park Lane - 45 Park Lane and The Dorchester – and beyond to Claridge’s, The Wolseley and The Ritz, to some of the best fine dining available with sophisticated restaurants Helene Darroze at The Connaught, Michel Roux Jr’s Le Gavroche, Nobu, Sketch and Shepherd Market all at a moments’ walk.

Mayfair and St James’s, celebrated for its world-class shopping district, deliver best-in-class department stores Selfridges and Liberty London, and Regent’s Street, Old and New Bond Street’s haute couture flagship designer shops and top jewellers. Weave through traditional British men’s tailors on Savile Row and Jermyn Street via decorated shopping arcades with a host of tradesmen and classy boutiques. Fortnum and Mason, Royal Academy of Arts, Hatchards bookshop and Maison Assouline run along Piccadilly.

Surrounding Berkeley Square are a further multitude of restaurants and reputed private members’ clubs such as Annabel’s and 5 Hertford Street (or Loulou’s). Many art, design and antique fairs take place on Berkeley Square throughout the year. You cannot deny the area’s rich offering of art with respected auction houses Christie’s, Sotheby’s, Phillips all established here as well as top blue-chip gallerists - Sprueth Magers, Gagosian, Thaddeus Roppac, Hauser & Wirth and Lévy Gorvy.

Grosvenor Square and its neighbouring streets host a rare selection of London’s most exclusive Georgian townhouses tucked away in some of the city’s most premium addresses. The American Embassy previous dominated Grosvenor Square until its move to London’s south bank which gave way to the renovation of one of the most prized residential addresses to acquire a new development pied-a-terre in the capital.

In proximity you will experience lively Soho and the West End. Historically and to this day the place to frequent for its high concentration of nightlife and theatre entertainment - everything from plays and musicals to bars and restaurants.

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