The Mayfair

The May Fair was first opened by King George V in 1927 and offers over 400 luxury hotel bedrooms, including 12 of the capital's most memorable hotel suites, a discreet spa, a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant and the quintessential London Casino. The spirit of surrounding Mayfair is captured beautifully, especially in the May Fair Bar, breathtaking Crystal Room and opulent Danziger Suite, which between them have played host to some of London's most extravagant society events.

In the Crystal Room a Baccarat chandelier lends instant spectacle to this sought-after space; a bronze lacquered feature wall studded with delicate leaves provides the perfect stylistic compliment making this an inspiring space for cocktails, weddings, dancing and dinner for up to 180 or meetings for up to 280.

The Danziger Suite seats 170 for dinner, with the flexibility to be divided into two rooms for conferences, events, smaller meetings and lunches, the Danziger mixes decadent Art Deco style with the latest LCD projection units to deliver a superbly flexible space.

The Atrium is a stunning ground level venue with a clear vaulted roof, that brings instant space and light to the heart of The May Fair. Glowing with natural light, the Atrium provides a superb meeting space or breakout area in the heart of the hotel. Its location, adjacent to the Danziger Suite and private meeting rooms, and own dedicated bar make it the ideal place to start proceedings. Stunning both day and night, it provides the perfect backdrop for taking a break or evening cocktails.