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What We Love

  • A central stay at a boutique hotel in London's Piccadilly with full English breakfast included
  • Staying a stone's throw away from some of London's most renowned attractions
  • The perfect well-heeled location for shopping, theatres and parks of the West End
  • Stylish rooms give a real boutique feel to your central London stay

What To Know

  • Guestrooms have a standard, basic design
  • Free WiFi
  • Check-out is at noon Monday to Saturday and a late 1 p.m. on Sundays
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Central London boutique hotel stay close to Bond Street and Mayfair, with full English breakfast

The Lowdown

The Cavendish Hotel is a boutique base in central London, located on Jermyn Street in the fashionable district of St James’, where Fortnum and Mason shoppers rub shoulders with city types buying made-to-measure shirts. This stylish hotel offers luxe rooms, an award-winning restaurant and delicious afternoon teas.
The hotel’s location means that you’re never far from the action – the theatres of Piccadilly Circus and upscale shopping on Regent Street are both just a short walk away. Then a stroll in the opposite direction brings you to The Mall, gorgeously leafy St James’s Park and Buckingham Palace.


The contemporary guest rooms are fresh and stylish in design.


The AA Rosette Petrichor restaurant offers delicious modern British dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Seasonal and regional produce is accompanied by an excellent wine list. Take traditional afternoon tea in the Lounge, or sip on something short and strong in the Rosa Lewis bar before hitting the local dining scene.


This hidden gem of a boutique hotel is located on fashionable Jermyn Street, in the heart of Piccadilly. The Royal Academy of the Arts, Fortnum and Mason, the Burlington Arcade and The Wolseley restaurant are all iconic London hotspots in the neighbourhood. Within
walking distance you’ll also find theatreland, Leicester Square, Buckingham Palace
and Mayfair. Locations for a short break in the heart of the capital don’t really get better, or more high-end, than this.

How to Get There

The Cavendish
81 Jermyn St
London, SW1Y 6JF United Kingdom


4.5 Very Good 4630 Reviews
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The hotel is perfectly located providing access to shopping, great restaurants and central to key sites while visiting London! The rooms are clean and the bed very comfortable. The hotel offers great selection for breakfast and afternoon tea.

Lovely hotel, shame about the bar.
Reviewed 2 days ago

Excellent hotel in a fantastic position. All the staff were very friendly, and the place was spotlessly clean.
We booked a standard room which we thought was too small for us, returned to reception and for a very reasonable fee they upgraded up to a top floor junior suite which was sensational.
My only negative would be the bar. It’s more of a lounge for tea and coffee rather than a bar, no music, no atmosphere, very limited selection. So don’t bother heading back there for a night cap, stay out, it’s not like there aren’t loads of places close by!

A very good west end hotel
Reviewed 2 days ago

We stayedovernight as we were going to see Katherine Jenkins at the Palladium (comfortable walking distance away). We had a comfortable and clean room. The staff were very helpful and breakfast was excellent.

Best location...this is the place to stay!
Reviewed 3 days ago

The Cavendish Mayfair is probably the "best kept secret" in London. It is a small property, in one of the most affluent location of the city. Quiet, in close proximity to all things to visit on foot. Piccadilly Circus, Soho, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, The Parliament, Bond Street.

Excellent location and a nice hotel
Reviewed 3 days ago

I stayed in the Cavendish for 3 nights and the best thing about the hotel is hands down its location - it is located in Jermyn Street, just around the corner from Picadilly circus, St James and Buckingham palace. Most things you'd want to do in central London are literally walking distance. However, unlike other hotels in the area the rooms face quiet streets and you can sleep at night.

The rooms are not huge but a decent size especially if you are on your own. The bed is confortable and the mini-bar has space to cool your own drinks and none of that 'detecting-if-you-touch-anything' that bugs me about most modern hotels these days. The staff is very friendly and helpful. I didn't have breakfast, but there are literally dozens and dozens of options around you.