Our apartments are perfectly positioned on an exclusive Mayfair street
Many of our guests don’t like staying in a very busy area, however the beauty of our apartment’s location is that it is a quiet street, with many of the city’s best restaurants and bars close by, including Roka Mayfair and Scott’s on Mount Street, but with the bustle of Oxford Street a moments stroll away.
Our favourite restaurants in the immediate vicinity
30 North Audley Street, Mayfair, London W1K 6HP
Tel: 020 7305 5644
Roka Mayfair follows the successful formula of the original restaurant with the charcoal robata grill at the heart of the contemporary Japanese restaurant. Excellent ingredients and expertly crafted sushi and sashimi compliment the food from the robata grill and dishes like rice hot pot with lobster from a menu overseen by the group's executive chef, Hamish Brown.
41 North Audley Street, London, W1K 6ZP, Mayfair
Tel: 207 493 3443
N.A.C (North Audley Cantine) is a French sharing plates concept in the heart of Mayfair. In addition to the restaurant, NAC offers a cocktail bar in the basement to enjoy bespoke cocktails in a nice cosy environment.
The Mayfair Chippy
14 North Audley Street, Mayfair, London, London W1K 6WE
Tel: 020 7741 2233
The Mayfair Chippy is a quintessentially British restaurant with an emphasis on great fish dishes, serving only the freshest produce to the highest standards. Fish & Chips is the specialty, but they also serve traditional classic British dishes such as Shepherd’s Pie and Steak & Kidney Pudding. To complement the food, they also offer a selection of world wines and retro cocktails.
34 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London, London W1K 2HD
020 3350 3434
Head Chef Harvey Ayliffe’s modern, seasonal menu with international influences is based around the bespoke Argentine parrilla grill, with a great selection of beef (including pure heritage breeds from the Yorkshire Dales and A5 Japanese Wagyu), seasonal game and fish and a wonderfully diverse wine list. 34 Restaurant radiates glamour, class and an old-fashioned charm that is truly enchanting – the sight of the baby grand piano in the corner next to the bar and the sound of the live jazz only compounds this feeling further.
For the Best Shopping
Oxford Street is one of the most vibrant streets of the city which is known as the mecca of shopping. With Selfridges department store at the heart, and every famous brand, visitors from all over the world come to shop from Oxford Street.
A five-minute walk away is Marylebone Hight Street, Bond Street, and Mount Street which houses some of best fashion and accessory boutiques worldwide.
Not forgetting culture, theatre-land in Covent Garden is a 10 minute taxi ride away, but a mere walk away is Wigmore Concert Hal.l
Wigmore Concert Hall
36 Wigmore Street, Marylebone, London W1U 2BP
Tel: 020 7258 8200
Built by the Bechstein piano company in 1901, this grandiose concert hall is regarded by many as London's best venue for chamber and solo performances. Wigmore Hall's renaissance materials - alabaster and marble - and the rectangular shape have given it a clear, clean acoustic that is a world away from the boom of the great domed concert halls. In the past it has attracted performances from Artur Schnabel, Pablo Sarasate, Percy Grainger, Myra Hess, Arthur Rubinstein and Camille Saint-Sans, and continues to draw an excellent selection of international musicians.
London Public Transport
Bond Street and Marble Arch underground stations are very close by, as are very good road connections for taxis and chauffeurs.
There are also many leisure activities close to Oxford Street - Hyde Park is adjacent, and many other shopping, sightseeing and visiting museums and theatres. This is one of the most perfect locations to stay in London.