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When can I find the best deals on Hotels in Mayfair?

Cheap Mayfair hotels might be tricky to come by – this is one of the most exclusive areas of the English capital, after all. You should still be able to bag yourself some great stays and live like an A-lister in the Big Smoke, especially if you plan your trip for the more affordable winter season. You'll need to avoid the uber-expensive Christmas and New Year period and hold out for the value room rates that come with January, February and March, long before the crowds of sightseers from all over the globe descend on London for the summer.

What are the Top Hotels in Mayfair?

Marble-dressed lobbies and rooms replete with bespoke art and plush bedspreads are what await at the highly rated Westbury. It's a Luxury Collection Hotel and it lives up to the moniker with a rooftop terrace, opulent interiors and real 5-star service. The Sofitel London is another high-end choice. The 183 guestrooms there have access to a spa facility, fitness centre and vintage reading lounges. The 4-star Holiday Inn in London Mayfair offers something of a more value alternative. The suites fuse simple and stylish design features and come with a wallet-friendly price tag compared with other stays in the area.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Mayfair?

Some of the most stylish and opulent stays in all of Mayfair line up along the boulevards that fringe the green spaces of Hyde Park. They often come with big gardens and good views down over Marble Arch and Speakers' Corner. There are many more options in the Georgian rowhouses that line the roads north of Piccadilly, ranging from regal apartment rentals to minimalist boutique hotels. There are also big-name hotels bearing tags like Marriot and Beaumont just south of Oxford Street – great if you're hitting London for some retail therapy.

What are Hotels like in Mayfair?

There are plenty of reasons why Mayfair is the most sought-after square on the Monopoly board. Champagne bars and regal Georgian architecture, manicured parks and boutique shopping arcades all add up to create one of the most exclusive areas in London. Mayfair hotels follow suit. Some are swish, opulent 5-star affairs with bowler-hatted doormen waiting before lobbies of marble stone and crystal chandeliers. Others are sprawling penthouse rentals with designer bathrooms and modern artworks on the walls. Others come packed with cocktail bars and spas and business facilities for working travellers.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Mayfair?

Mayfair hasn't garnered a reputation as one of the world's jet setter playgrounds by keeping hotel prices on the downlow. You can expect to pay some of the highest rates in all of London – or even the world – here. Just take the richly decorated apartments that line Hyde Park. Some of those will go for anything between £500-£4,000 a night. Move into the heart of Mayfair and things will get a little more affordable. The hotels close to Piccadilly tend to have price tags of between £200-£1,000 a night, while those near Oxford Street hover around the £300-£700 mark.

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