Claridges in Mayfair

Claridges is one of the most prestigious five star hotels in London, situated on Brook Street in the exclusive district of Mayfair. It is renowned for its ideal central location, luxurious decor and impeccable service. Whether it’s spent in an extravagant penthouse or a refined en-suite bedroom, any stay at Claridges is guaranteed to be an experience of ultimate comfort and utmost style.

As well as being a stunning Art Deco hotel, Claridges also offers a range of fine dining options, from award winning afternoon tea in The Foyer to an evening meal in the celebrity endorsed Gordon Ramsay at Claridges restaurant. For a post-dinner drink, The Fumoir serves up indulgent thirties themed cocktails, and Claridges bar provides the perfect environment for sipping champagne. Truly enthusiastic food lovers can even take part in culinary ‘Master Classes’, where the secrets and skills of the Claridges team are revealed – for a price.

For the health conscious, there are also leisure facilities, located on the sixth floor with inspiring views of the city, so guests can either work off that amazing dinner with a personal training session, or get pampered with one of the many Sisley beauty treatments or massages offered in the Spa.

Claridges is also available for meetings, events, and even weddings, but whatever the reason for visiting, it is an iconic and impressive setting which will leave a lasting impression on any patron that passes through its doors.

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