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The best in luxury London living


Upmarket designer boutiques, flagship stores, world-class museums and galleries and more Michelin starred restaurants than anywhere else in London; Mayfair is the epicentre of cosmopolitan, luxury urban living with the benefit of three Royal Parks on the doorstep.


Oxford Street is a short distance away which hosts acclaimed international brands to niche, boutique outlets. The choice is endless for a day’s shopping to find all the latest fashion trends.

Scattered throughout the Mayfair borough are world renowned high end retail stores that have new trends for all events.

Designer hair dresser Jo Hansford is downstairs from Grosvenor Square, with Scotts, one of the most famous fish restaurants on Mount Street round the corner.

Located within close proximity are two large supermarkets; Waitrose and Marks and Spencer.

SOHO coffee is a cosmopolitan, industrial styled chain that serves coffee and light meals. Positioned on Grosvenor street it is a short walk from Grosvenor Square.

Food & Drink

34 Mayfair’ is a British game and world meats art deco-inspired brasserie restaurant showcasing a variety of meat dishes, cooked on an Argentinian grill. The entrance is located on South Audley Street where it has been inviting diners for lunch, dinner and weekend brunches.

Claridge’s Hotel offers some of the best hospitality to eat and drink. This 5* hotel has an array of restaurants and bars to cater for all requests.

The Connaught Bar is known for its cocktails. This bar has also been named the ‘World’s Best Bar’ in 2021 by industry experts


Grosvenor Square is on the door step. When it is not providing peace and tranquillity, it has a range of cultural events on offer.

The London Palladium is a Grade II* West End theatre located in the famous area of Soho. A short trip from Grosvenor, the offerings are not just musicals and pantomime but also a host of concerts including music, comedy and dance.

The Wallace Collection has world-sourced antiques, sculptures, artworks and armour, set within a palatial townhouse. Throughout the year the gallery changes exhibitions showcasing the best on offer.

The British Museum was founded in 1753 and opened its doors in 1759. It was the first national museum to cover all fields of human knowledge, open to visitors from across the world. The Museum is driven by an insatiable curiosity for the world, a deep belief in objects as reliable witnesses and documents of human history, sound research, as well as the desire to expand and share knowledge.

Also nearby are The Royal Academy at Piccadilly and The Burlington Arcade shopping precinct.

Transport & Parking

Throughout the day and night there is a constant supply of black cab taxis which stop at the main entrance to Grovensor to assist with an onward journey.

Bus stops are in the local area providing links to all major train stations in the capital as well as other boroughs across London.

The closest London Underground station is less than 5 minutes away, Bond Street. The lines are Central and Jubilee.

34 Mayfair
Connaught Bar
The London Palladium
Royal Academy of Arts
SOHO coffee
The Wallace Collection
The British Museum
Oxford Street
Grosvenor Square


My family and I were very happy during this time, and a large part of that happiness, mainly because of the pandemic, we owe to the place where we live.

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