What We Love
- At the northern end of upscale Mayfair, you're within credit card swiping distance of Selfridges and all the shops along Oxford Street and Marylebone High Street
- The unfussy international menu in the popular Colony Grill Room restaurant, from the team behind London hotspots, the Wolseley and the Delaunay
- A suite created by artist Anthony Gormley looks like a massive robot perched on the building
What To Know
- Guestrooms are done up in a masculine, Art Deco style
- Meals are on the pricey side, especially the breakfast
- This northern end of Mayfair isn’t quite as posh and polished as the streets south of Grosvenor Square
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
From the restaurateurs behind London hotspots like the Ivy and the Wolseley, the Beaumont is a stylish newcomer on a quiet Mayfair square. Although mostly a new structure, the hotel’s facade dates to 1927 and inspires the pre-war elegance of the Art Deco interiors. Think vintage black-and-white photography, gleaming marble, rosewood and shagreen accents, and pale silks throughout. All 73 rooms, studios and suites are enormous by city standards, with private entrance halls, floor-to-ceiling windows, Nespresso machines and complimentary WiFi, plus mosaic-and-marble bathrooms stocked with D R Harris amenities. For a once-in-a-lifetime splurge, book a night in Anthony Gormley’s Room, a dark, oak-clad one-bedroom suite with a pure white marble bathroom housed inside a robot-like sculpture. On the dining front, clubby Colony Grill dishes up American grill favorites and kitschy classics like grilled cheese, duck a la orange and meatloaf in a glamorous dining room decked out with leather booths and banquettes, and sporting murals by artist John Mattos. Next door, the American Bar does classic cocktails (shaken or stirred only) and has a robust list of bourbons and American whiskies.
In the Area
You’re a short walk from some of London’s best shopping, including the iconic Selfridges, one of London’s longest-standing department stores, and Daunt Books, an immaculately preserved Edwardian travel bookstore. Head to La Fromagerie and choose from the hundreds of wines and cheeses for a picnic in nearby Regents Park. You can rent boats and pedalos to take out on the mirrorlike lake. Save some time to explore the Wallace Collection, a mansion on Manchester Square that houses the private art collection of 19th-century nobleman Sir Richard Wallace.
How to Get There
Fantastic location, steps away from Oxford St and practically walkable everywhere. The service is very attentive, and the facilities of the hotel are perfect for a short stay. I love the cleanliness of the rooms and the spa area. The bathrooms in the guest rooms are quite modern compared to many other hotels in London. The water pressure in the room could be improved. Minibar could also offer healthier snacks.
The major point of improvement to me would have to be the service at the bar. Several times I was there and could not get any service. People kept saying “your server will be right with you” “I’ll let my colleague know” - and I was left waiting 1 hour for food order and 30 mins another occasion without a drink.
On 27th March I spent 4 special nights, an extraordinary luxurious hotel an amazing well designed rooms, service was superb,room cleanliness was perfect, careful details in the room was amazing i loved the every single thing in the hotel location is just 1 minute walk to Selfridges Oxford street the main shopping area in London i will definitely stay again or actually every time i will visit London. I didn’t try any room service dining in. But a little comment: i got disturbed when i entered the hotel carrying many bags passing the reception some of the staff looked at each other with looks I didn’t like the attitude otherwise they were all perfect Thank you very much for everything Beaumont Hotel staff well done and wishing you all the good luck hopefully seeing you next year.
Understated elegance, absolutely my favorite hotel in London, the staff are professional and friendly. Have stayed here on my last 5 visits to London and wouldn’t stay anywhere else . The hotel is located in fab Mayfair in a quite street .
Great location in central London but in a quiet street. This is my second time in this hotel and can't wait to go back. I love the decor and the caring staff already upon arrival. The rooms have everything you need (even a professional hairdryer) and, if not, staff is eager to satisfy any requests. The beds are comfortable. The washrooms have heated floors and wonderful robes. Room service is punctual and courteous. The food is good. The business rooms are well furnished.
An hidden gem few step from Oxford street, in the heart of the most traditional neighborhood of London: Mayfair.
An Art Decoish interior in between Ralph Lauren and the aristocracy of the Claridge. A dominance of black and white tones with hint of colors coming from a selection of reproductions of antique/modern paintings.
Rooms are cozy and comfortable, missing some space for suitcases. Gorgeous bathroom in white and grey marble with Doctor Harris amenities.
Breakfast is served in a stylish room, personally more appropriate for a lunch than for a breakfast.
In the complex, a nice experience