Serviced apartments Mayfair: Area guide to staying in Mayfair
Mayfair is the most expensive street on the Monopoly board for good reason. As a middle ground between expansive Hyde Park and the bustling West End, Mayfair is a playground for the sophisticated with grand architecture, high-end retail and fine dining.
Meanwhile it’s clean, wide streets and pretty gardens such as Berkeley Square and Grosvenor Square also make it a peaceful haven despite being snuggled up to the action of nearby Soho.
Try afternoon tea at Claridges or get fitted out for a suit on Savile Row. And if all of that sounds a little too civilised, sneak away to Oxford Street for some more reasonable retails with giants Primark and Forever 21 before grabbing a burger at the Hard Rock Cafe.
Fortnum & Mason’s.
A London institution full of lovely things. A hamper from Fortnum & Mason’s is highly prized as a gift. Foodies will love it here. Take afternoon tea or enjoy some oysters in the Wine Bar.
The definition of the Victorian pub, the Audley has been serving ales, wines and food since 1888. Spread over three floors, the pub has chandeliers, late-Victorian woodwork and a very unusual two-faced clock in the main bar.
Enter the longest covered shopping street in the UK to find luxury watches, jewelry and clothing. The arcade has it’s own private police force dating from the 1800s. The Burlington Beadles forbid “humming, whistling, singing, running or even fast-paced walking, riding bicycles, opening umbrellas or behaving boisterously’. Best just shop!