The Beaumont: return to interwar London

The Beaumont: return to interwar London

When two restaurateurs try their hand at hotel management, the result is a real gem.

Chris Corbin and Jeremy King earned their stripes with their restaurants the Wolseley, the Delauney, and the Colbert. Their first hotel has also met with resounding success. Located in Mayfair, between Selfridges and Grosvenor Square, The Beaumont is away from the noise and bustle of Oxford Street.

In a historic building from 1926, it offers 73 rooms and suites, including a presidential suite that can measure more than 600 square metres, depending on the customer's preferred layout. The Art Deco style of the hotel's facade is faithfully reflected throughout the rooms with marble, mahogany, large black-and-white portraits. The bathrooms have their floors covered with the same beautiful mosaic tiles that are found in the spa.

The comfort and service are the height of luxury and in keeping with the quality of the decor. Dive into the London of yesteryear when you're here, with a drink in the (residents only) Cub Room.

The Beaumont
8 Balderton St
Brown Hart Gardens
London W1K 6TF

+44 (0)207 7499 1001

Rooms: from 392 GBP