A legendary hotel with an iconic past, the May Fair was opened by King George V in 1927 and since became an A-list playground for the Hollywood set. A £75 million transformation later and the May Fair is once more one of London’s most talked-about hotels.
Recently crowned the official hotel of both London Fashion Week and the BFI LFF, these partnerships are testament to what the May Fair has become since its glittering re-invention - a young, fashionable and connected central London hotel that really is the place to be seen.
An 'urban resort' that boast an award winning bar, a destination restaurant with Chef Patron, Silvena Rowe at the helm, Spa, Casino, Screening Room and the latest addition The Cigar Room. Lavish without being showy, dramatic without compromising on comfort and with service that’s attentive yet low-key, the May Fair continues to redefine modern luxury - a catalyst for the area’s renaissance as the place to be for a new generation of chic travellers and discerning Londoners.