The hotel at a glance
Located on Mayfair and a stones throw from Bond street, Regent street and Piccadilly, the Chesterfield Mayfair is a superb luxury destination for those who want to be in thick of things.
This hotel is a cosy piece of British elegance. The design is decidedly Victorian in most of the rooms and they come complete with mini chandeliers and oval windows that add quite a bit of character and originality. The common rooms follow the same trend but we couldn't help but sense a nod to England's colonial past with the elegant floral and palm arrangements on display. Of course, since this is a Red Carnation hotel, the staff make sure that the flower is ubiquitous and it really helps give the hotel a vibe of its own and, might we add, complements the surrounding woodwork to perfection.Comfort and discretion are really important here and the impression of walking around in a Lord’s manor adds to that sense of privacy somehow fooling you into thinking that this is your home.
The hotel’s stand out features are its uniquely designed rooms that all represent a piece of English culture even acknowledging the county’s rich colonial history with its African styled room. The designs range from the purely classic to the playful and are all absolutely charming little worlds to stay in. We couldn't help but feel that the designer’s inspirations would seep into our dreams at night and whisk us away to ballrooms and boudoirs.
Even the afternoon tea here is given a special touch. Not only is it one of the best in London its also got a resident poet who will be more than happy to break out in free verse as you munch on pastry and sandwiches. The afternoon tea is served in the conservatory, which offers a tasteful setting to the poetry and cakes. Natural daylight lights up the pearly white of the decor and the abundant greenery makes you feel like you're sitting right in the middle of a royal greenhouse as you snack away.When the time comes for a quiet drink the “Terrace Bar” with its classic and discreet is one of the nicest around. We dubbed it “the most gentlemanly bar in England” quiet and dignified, it is the perfect place to meet new friends or sit down with the daily paper and enjoy a drink.
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- 35 Charles Street, London
Check-in / Check-out
- Check-in: 2 pm
- Check-out: noon
- Public areas: free of charge
- In-room: free of charge
Transportation & Transfers
- Transfer service: subject to additional charges
- Children are welcome in this hotel
- Public areas: smoking not allowed
- Smoking rooms: not available
Food & beverages
Butlers Restaurant (Gastronomic restaurant: international cuisine, Breakfast, Afternoon tea)
The Terrace Bar (Bar, Light meals)
Butlers Restaurant & The Conservatory (Afternoon tea)
- Continental breakfast: £17.50
- English breakfast: £22
- Buffet breakfast: £17.50
- No extra charge for in-room breakfast
Amenities & services
- 107 rooms and suites
- In-room amenities (iPod dock, flatscreen TV, in-room safe, minibar, coffee / tea making facilities)
- Air conditioned hotel
- Laundry service
- Concierge service
- Business center
Always included in this hotel
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Still and sparkling mineral bottled water in the room
- Wide selection of local and international newspapers and magazines
- Tea and coffee making facilities in the room
- A range of relaxing therapies, plus yoga programme with mat, block and DVD, can be provided in your room
- Jogging maps of the local area