Description of The May Fair Hotel
The May Fair Hotel building on Stratton Street, London W1.
The hotel became a playground for London’s high society following a tour of inspection by King George V and Queen Mary in the 1920s. Later it was owned by Hollywood impresarios, the Danziger brothers, when the hotel then took a larger-than-life legacy to new heights. Today, while its eminent spaces and glimmering Baccarat chandeliers remain, the hotel has transformed into a contemporary boutique getaway – known for its timeless elegance and charm.
The May Fair Hotel has one of the largest and most diverse selections of guestroom, with 37 luxury suites and more than 400 rooms. Guests have access to the serene May Fair Spa & Gym, as well as 11 state-of-the art meeting and event spaces to accommodate business travelers. The hotel also boasts an impressive food and beverage offering, with May Fair Kitchen showcasing the best of Spanish and Italian small plates, the awardwinning May Fair Bar offering a phenomenal cocktail list, and the sleek May Fair Terrace providing a more intimate experience.
Located in the heart of London’s cultural scene, The May Fair Hotel is perfectly located in a gracious haven near to a wealth of elegant stores, designer boutiques and renowned galleries. For over a decade it has been the official partner of London Fashion Week and the BFI Film Festival – as well as partnering with the Victoria & Albert Museum to offer a bespoke hotel package and cocktails dedicated to Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams Exhibition.
2019 Summer - The May Fair Hotel has become the first in England to join
the group’s collection of its most exceptional hotels. The May Fair Hotel has become the latest addition to Radisson Collection, the group’s compilation of premium lifestyle properties, offering a high end stay in one of London’s most desirable districts. The hotel joins at the ideal time, as the launch coincides with Radisson Collection’s first anniversary since its introduction to the Radisson Hotel Group brand architecture.
The nearest tube station is Green Park.