Local Area

Mayfair House London

Mayfair House London

Experience the best of Central London

Explore the allure of our neighbourhood with our Local Area guide. Uncover hidden gems, cultural hotspots, and convenient amenities near Mayfair House. Discover the vibrant pulse of London from our doorstep to make the most of your stay in the heart of the city.


Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace, the official residence of Queen Elizabeth II, opens its State Rooms to the public annually. Serving as the core of Britain’s constitutional monarchy, it houses the offices supporting the Queen’s daily activities and Royal ceremonies. Don’t miss the daily Changing the Guard ceremony from May to July—an iconic spectacle for visitors. More info on the Royal Collection website.


Savile Row

Fashion enthusiasts seeking sartorial excellence should explore Savile Row, hailed as the ‘golden mile of tailoring.’ It has crafted bespoke suits for iconic figures like Winston Churchill, Lord Nelson, and Napoleon III. The term ‘bespoke’ itself is said to have originated here, reflecting the personal dedication to individual customers. Despite criticism from figures like Giorgio Armani, Savile Row remains a global mecca for men in pursuit of the finest tailoring.


Fortnum & Mason

From its humble beginnings in 1707 as a small St James’s market shop, Fortnum & Mason has ascended to become one of London’s most renowned grocery stores. Explore a treasure trove of unique gifts and hampers, featuring produce from HRH the Prince of Wales’s Highgrove estate. The expansive food hall spans two floors, presenting a splendid array of fresh ingredients for your culinary adventures in the comfort of your apartment. 


Burlington Arcade

Next to Burlington House, the Royal Academy of Arts, stands Piccadilly’s celebrated pedestrian shopping arcade, hosting boutique-style luxury shops since its 1819 inception by Lord George Cavendish. Originally constructed to prevent garden littering, beadles still patrol today, maintaining decorum. Discover exclusive collections of clothing, footwear, accessories, art, and antique silver and jewellery within this iconic space.


Bond Street

Explore the chic shopping destination of Bond Street. Once renowned for its high-end art dealers and antique shops centered around Sotheby’s auction house, which has graced Bond Street for over a century, the landscape has evolved. While some art and antique dealerships endure, the majority of establishments now house fashion boutiques, featuring branches of the world’s foremost premium designer brands and exclusive jewellers.


Oxford Street

Stretching for one and a half miles, Oxford Street is a bustling shopping thoroughfare where most shops typically operate from 10 am to 6 or 7 pm; renowned for its retail prominence, this iconic street is synonymous with flagship department stores like Selfridges, along with a concentration of major multinational brands, primarily situated between Marble Arch and Oxford Circus.

Royal Parks

Hyde Park

Discover the iconic Hyde Park, just a stroll away from our apartments, featuring the renowned Speakers’ Corner where passionate orators share their views every Sunday; the park also hosts numerous summer events, details of which can be found on its official website, offering a vibrant mix of cultural richness and dynamic energy. 

Royal Parks

The Green Park

The nearest park to Hertford Street, The Green Park, offers a serene escape bordering Buckingham Palace and Gardens and St James Palace, creating a tranquil oasis in the heart of London; adorned with mature trees and vast grassland, it provides a peaceful respite from the city’s hustle and bustle. 

Experience Mayfair


Stay in the know with Mayfair House’s ‘What’s On’ blog, your guide to the latest events, attractions, and exclusive happenings in the heart of Mayfair. Discover the pulse of the city and elevate your London experience with our curated insights into the vibrant cultural scene.

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