Mayfair & Marylebone, W1

Mayfair, W1

Divided by Oxford Street the twin districts of Mayfair and Marylebone, though distinct in character, both are residential success stories and testament to what sympathetic and visionary stewardship can achieve.

The grand residences of Mayfair, post-war up until the 1990s were largely used as office and commercial space however as the new millennium dawned demand for residential property in Mayfair began to see a resurgence as commercial leases expired and a fresh renewal of the areas cache under the direction of The Grosvenor Estate came into play.

Today Mayfair is one of the most coveted addresses in the world, home to the finest residences exceptional Michelin-starred dining experiences and premier luxury brands.

Mount Street is the Jewel in the crown of Mayfair Village, whilst Shepherds Market is a charming mini district with a range of boutique shops, restaurants and impressive Victorian pubs.

The new Crossrail at Bond Street means that from Mayfair it is now even easier to access all parts of The Capital.


Hyde Park: London’s biggest and greatest, cold water swimming in The Serpentine and Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground is fantastic for kids big and small.

The Royal Academy of Arts: A leading art institution showcasing contemporary and historic art exhibitions.

Piccadilly Circus: Known the world over for its illuminated advertising signs and busy street performers.

Fortnum & Mason: An iconic department store offering luxury food, wine, and gifts.

Bond Street: A prestigious shopping district known for its high-end fashion and jewelry boutiques.

Grosvenor, Berkeley & Hanover Squares: Fantastic Architecture and a respite from the bustle of the West End.

Eating & Drinking:

The Wolseley: A grand café-restaurant with a spectacular interior serving European cuisine and afternoon tea.

Scott’s: A famous seafood restaurant with an elegant oyster and champagne bar offering a luxurious dining experience.

Annabel’s: A prestigious private members club founded on superb service, first-class cuisine and unparalleled entertainment.

The Ritz London: World-renowned hotel with legendary afternoon tea and dining options.

Marylebone, W1

Home To The Medical and Dental districts of Harley Street and Wimpole Street Marylebone is a fashionable and affluent neighbourhood, known for its luxury shopping, fine dining, and prestigious cultural institutions.

Just like Mayfair however, in the 1990s Marylebone Village was not the much-coveted area we know today. Its High street was a run-down selection of charity shops and convenience stores and certainly not a sought-after destination.

Fast forward two decades and a huge regeneration program spearheaded by The Howard De Walden Estate to attract Independent and Artisan retailers to the High Street has resulted in one of the coolest districts in Central London.

Marylebone exemplifies London’s rich architectural mix and is now seen as a byword for stylish city living.; it’s also well-connected by public transportation, with multiple London Underground stations (Marylebone, Baker Street, Regent’s Park) providing easy access to other parts of the city.


Regent’s Park: London’s most elegant park with botanical gardens, a boating lake, a bandstand and London Zoo.

Madame Tussauds: The most famous waxwork museum showcasing lifelike figures of celebrities and historical figures.

The Wallace Collection: A museum displaying a comprehensive collection of fine and decorative arts from the 15th to the 19th century, named after Sir Richard Wallace, who built the extensive collection, along with the Marquesses of Hertford

Marylebone High Street: Chic, shopping street with an eclectic mix of independent boutiques and shops.

Sherlock Holmes Museum: A museum dedicated to the famous detective and his creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Eating & Drinking:

Cavita: Cool & Fresh Mexico City style eatery, Cavita’s offering is traditional Mexican fare with a focus on open-fire cooking and a secret Mezcal bar in the basement.

The Providores and Tapa Room: Cafe and formal dining with an Antipodean fusion menu, tapas and New Zealand wine list.

Chiltern Firehouse: Infamous celeb-frequented hotel with chic bar, plush retro decor and restaurant serving contemporary European cuisine.

The Golden Eagle: A traditional British pub with a great atmosphere serving a wide selection of beers.