Flemings Mayfair Hotel
The historic Flemings Mayfair Hotel, Suites and Apartments is a boutique property that provides a home-away-from-home feel within one of London’s exclusive neighborhoods. Opened in 1851, it was converted from 13 Georgian townhouses dating back to 1731 and is today one of London’s oldest established hotels. Set on a quiet street in walking distance to Green Park, Buckingham Palace, and Bond Street, Flemings Mayfair has been privately owned by the same family for more than 40 years.
Enhancing the historic property with contemporary touches, Fleming Mayfair completed a £14 million renovation in 2016 which included a new dining experience with Executive Chef, Michelin-starred Shaun Rankin.
A décor featuring shades of bronze and soft greys mixing with teal, indigo, and mustard, creates a sleek but soothing retreat reminiscent of the 1930s within the Flemings Mayfair’s 129 guest rooms, suites and apartments. The one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, as well as a seven-bedroom Townhouse private residence, are individually decorated and boast fully-equipped kitchens and separate living and dining rooms.
Steps from Green Park, Piccadilly, and the charming boutiques and restaurants of Mayfair, we had a true London experience at Flemings, even in the middle of a record-breaking heatwave. Upon arrival, after a day and a half of not-so-smooth train and car travel in scorching temperatures, we checked into Flemings and decided we didn’t want to do anything or go anywhere else. And we didn’t have to. In true British style, Guest Services Director, Branca, sent two ice cold martinis (made exactly how we like them) to our room. Surrounded by contemporary style and Georgian elegance on a townhouse and tree-lined quiet street, we really felt like we were at home in Mayfair.