In her ongoing exploration of luxury hotels in London, Laura Bartlett had the pleasure of immersing herself in the charm of The Chesterfield Mayfair. Nestled within three elegant Georgian townhouses in the heart of Berkeley Square, The Chesterfield Mayfair is a regal abode that effortlessly blends luxury with timeless charm.

Stepping into this Mayfair gem, you are welcomed by a doorman adorned in a top hat, setting the tone for a sophisticated experience. The wood-panelled lobby and sitting area, adorned with chunky leather armchairs, antiques, and chandeliers, create an ambiance of refined comfort. 

Ascending to the 107 rooms, the decor resonates with Savile Row pinstripes or opulent gilded black lacquer furniture, complemented by soft robes and Elemis bath products. Opting for a suite unveils an extra layer of indulgence, with evening canapés delivered to your door and the opportunity to savour Champagne alongside your afternoon tea in the elegant conservatory. The Chesterfield Mayfair is not just a hotel; it’s a curated experience, where every detail speaks to the grandeur of Mayfair living.

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My Enchanting Stay at The Chesterfield Mayfair:

From the moment I stepped into the polished marble lobby, a wave of familiarity washed over me, as if I were returning to a beloved place I had visited countless times before. It was a peculiar sensation, considering this was my first time setting foot in this elegant establishment.

The warmth of the welcome from the staff, orchestrated by the dedicated Deputy General Manager, Biagio Sarubbu, transcended the usual hotel hospitality. It felt like being embraced by an extended family, a sentiment that stayed with me throughout my stay—a remarkable touch that set The Chesterfield apart.

Junior Suite Delight:

As I stepped into my Junior Suite, I was greeted by a sight that would make any princess feel right at home. The room, with its unique decorative style, was nothing short of regal. The Savoir beds whispered promises of a night’s rest befitting royalty, and the plush bathrobes and slippers added a touch of decadence.

Every detail in the Junior Suite spoke to the hotel’s commitment to providing a luxurious and personalised experience. As I settled in, I couldn’t help but appreciate the unique character of the room, a perfect reflection of The Chesterfield’s dedication to creating an unforgettable stay.

Yet, what truly stole the show and stood as the centrepiece of it all was the magnificent chandelier, casting a warm and enchanting glow that elevated the entire ambiance to a level of grandeur fit for royalty.

The presence of a freshly baked red cake—a delicious representation of the Red Carnation Hotels group to which The Chesterfield belongs, greeted me when I arrived. It was as if they had baked a slice of their heart and soul into my stay.  

Fresh flowers adorned the suite too, adding a burst of colour and fragrance that further elevated the atmosphere. It wasn’t just a temporary dwelling; it was a home away from home, designed for a princess in pursuit of the extraordinary.

The sense of warmth and belonging extended beyond the confines of my suite, permeating every corner of The Chesterfield Mayfair. 

From the historic streets of Mayfair to the attentive staff and the charming hidden gems, my overnight stay felt like more than just an accommodation—it was a journey into the heart of British hospitality.

Rooms start from £320 a night for a Classic Double, including breakfast and complimentary Wi-Fi.  

Location : 35 Charles Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 5EB 


Northern girl Laura is the epitome of a true entrepreneur. Laura’s spirit for adventure and passion for people blaze through House of Coco. She founded House of Coco in 2014 and has grown it in to an internationally recognised brand whilst having a lot of fun along the way. Travel is in her DNA and she is a true visionary and a global citizen.

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