The Beaumont Hotel


The Telegraph says: A luxury five-star hotel in the heart of Mayfair combining Art Deco-style interiors with Twenties panache. This is the first hotel by Corbin & King, masterminds behind The Delaunay, Brasserie Zedel and The Wolseley. Enjoy immaculate service, a luxurious spa and commissioned public art-cum-suite, ROOM. read more
Conde Nast Traveller says: This is the first hotel by celebrated restaurateurs Corbin and King, of the Wolseley fame, and what you’ll notice on the approach is an enormous pixelated steel figure jutting out of the elegant façade. This is "Room," a sculpture by Anthony Gormley, which you can sleep inside. read more
Business Traveller says: The hotel’s design is inspired by the art deco hotels of the 1920s. It has an old-world charm, alongside modern-day technology. On the website, co-founder Jeremy King explains what makes the property feel homely: “At the heart of the hotel is a sense of history to match the 1926 building: the fictional James ‘Jimmy’ Beaumont becomes an architectural leitmotif. read more
Luxury London says: A bibliophile’s delight, our suite is stacked with new and second-hand books, displayed beside antique trinkets and American memorabilia. You could easily spend all afternoon soaking in the marble bathtub or propped up against the polished Art Deco headboard, flicking through Agatha Christie and Scott Fitzgerald. read more





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