"Our impeccable offering is unparalleled across the capital with 129 guest rooms and suites as well as the highly-acclaimed Ormer Mayfair, the stunning restaurant from Executive Chef Sofian Msetfi. We will continue to bring the highest standards of service to guests from across the world, offering them a truly luxurious experience in the heart of London."
- Henrik Muehle, Managing Director at Flemings Mayfair hotel
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A little bit about Flemings Mayfair
Flemings Mayfair is one of the most iconic boutique hotels in Mayfair. Part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the award-winning hotel offers unrivalled luxury accommodation in one of London's most prestigious neighbourhoods. Converted from thirteen Georgian townhouses, some of them dating back to 1731, it was founded by Robert Fleming in 1851, making it one of London's oldest established hotels. Mr Fleming first ran a lodging house at number 10 Half Moon Street and started running what he called a private hotel in 1855 at 9 and 10 Half Moon Street.
An Iconic hotel in Mayfair London
Located right at the centre of Mayfair London, Flemings Mayfair is the perfect base for a leisure escape in London or a business stay in the capital. Ideally located, the hotel is within easy access of classic attractions such as Buckingham Palace and luxury shops, including the historic Burlington Arcade, Berkeley Square – where Winston Churchill lived as a child – and the luxury department store Harvey Nichols. It is also ideally located near the prominent Royal Parks such as Hyde Park or Green Park, situated directly across from the hotel.
Mayfair has also long been the heart of the literary elite. It was home to the famous writer Henry James and Flemings Mayfair was the setting of an Agatha Christie novel, At Bertram's Hotel. The streets of Mayfair are dotted with history and mesmerising anecdotes; they have also played backdrops to novels by some of the world's most renowned authors, including Austen, Waugh, Thackeray and Wilde.
Flemings Mayfair is easily accessible via the Underground, with the Victoria, Piccadilly, and Jubilee Lines all stopping at Green Park Underground station. Travelling from London's major airports (Heathrow and London City) and from St Pancras International station to Flemings Mayfair is fast and convenient by public transport or via a car arranged by the hotel Concierge.
Mayfair hotel with luxurious glimmers
Thanks to a collaboration with local art galleries and world-famous photographer Andy Gotts MBE, Flemings Mayfair boasts a gorgeous private collection of artworks, which can be admired throughout the hotel's rooms and corridors. Showcasing the very best in contemporary style, guest rooms at Flemings Mayfair boast a serenely calm and comfy sanctuary, glamorous 1930's inspired décor in shades of bronze and silky greys, period features bespoke furniture in silver-stained fiddle-back Sycamore.
Your home away from home
Flemings is a favourite amongst the hotels in Mayfair. The team is on hand to welcome you and ensure you create lifetime memories at Flemings Mayfair. If you need information about the best London sights and activities, our Concierge team will be delighted to assist you with every element of the planning. Our Head Concierge and Assistant Head Concierge are part of the Golden Keys global network, so that you can trust their expertise and knowledge. The hotel also offers a fully equipped gym exclusively for the residents, open throughout the day.
Dine with us
Flemings is home to the highly-acclaimed restaurant Ormer Mayfair by Sofian. It also has three exquisite private dining rooms, including complimentary Wi-Fi, flat screens and natural daylight, perfect for corporate dinners, client entertainment and special occasions. Ormer has been awarded four AA Rosettes, featured in the Michelin Guide 2022 and is constantly ranked amongst the top 10 restaurants for fine-dining on TripAdvisor.
Discover one of London’s best bars
Manetta's Bar completes your luxurious experiences in our Mayfair hotel. It boasts an ambience redolent of the glamorous 1930', with portraits of esteemed writers decorating its walls and a sophisticated cocktail list. Manetta's has been celebrated in some of the world's best publications, including GQ Magazine and the Conde Nast Traveller.
Enjoy some of the best British traditions
Our Afternoon Tea experience can be enjoyed in the captivating Drawing Room, which echoes elegance and grace in tribute to the hotel's 18th-century origins. This refined Indian-inspired Tea room welcomes guests and visitors to enjoy light refreshments and beverages. The room's heritage is complemented by exquisite hand-painted wall panels by famous de Gournay depicting early views of India and "The Tree of Life" by upcoming intuitive painted Eillen Schaer.