If you are a 180 Piccadilly Member, chances are you know London quite well. You might already know the best hotels to recommend to clients and colleagues, but if not, we have created a round-up of the loveliest spots, all in one place, which you can easily forward on. Here are our top pick of best business-class hotels in the neighbourhood.
The Mayfair Townhouse
This is tipped as a new generation of lifestyle hotel which promises to “deliver the unexpected” in the heart of Mayfair. It’s a stylish, imaginative home for the modern traveller, inspired by the whimsical characters of our past and present. It’s known as flamboyantly dressed yet carefully understated. One thing is for certain, The Mayfair Townhouse does indeed deliver the services of a high-end hotel in an inviting setting. The hotel embraces its whimsical roots and rich and overlooks Green Park. All rooms include a complimentary minibar with townhouse tipples and dandy candy. A one-night stay in a Cabin Room starts from £252 or for an Executive Room is from £420
Location: 27 – 41 Half Moon Street, London, W1J 7BG 0208 1383400
Once a magnet for the great and good of the city, the hotel has built a reputation as one of London’s finest. Formerly known as Le Méridien Piccadilly, with a history dating back to Edwardian times, the Dilly has super comfy beds and high-speed WiFi. For those seeking a room with a view, a Dilly Classic room offers a London city view to wake up to the hustle and bustle of the capital and starts from £220 a night.
For a bit more luxury, the Dilly Executive Suite (from £409 a night) echoes the history of the building with a quaint fireplace and a grand dining area. Plenty of natural daylight and views of the city, the executive suite is the perfect choice for a client who wants to have a memorable stay. There’s also the option for private dining in this suite with a bespoke menu by chef. Guests can also enjoy access to our exclusive lounge, Balcony at The Dilly, where you can choose from a range of complimentary drinks available throughout the day.
At the end of the day, wind down with a novel or flick through beautiful imagery of London’s greatest architecture after a visit to Balcony at The Dilly, where the bookshelves are stacked with London literature from the famous Hatchard’s bookshop in Piccadilly, established in 1797.
Location: The Dilly, 21 Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BH
Splendidly English and thoroughly cosmopolitan, Brown’s Hotel is an iconic luxury hotel where history and 21st century sophistication come together. The retreat of choice for royalty, presidents and literary greats over the centuries, Brown’s Hotel is another great recommendations for clients or associates who are looking for a memorable stay.
Their rooms and luxurious suites are exceptionally comfortable and stylish, marrying heritage features with contemporary touches. Afternoon Tea can be taken in The Drawing Room or drinks after dark at the chic Donovan Bar. There are 33 luxury suites and 82 hotel rooms designed by Olga Polizzi, inspired by the hotel’s esteemed literary heritage and distinguished former guests, the rooms contain stunning period features with contemporary flair.
To make your stay extra special, you or your clients have access to the hotel’s chauffeured Bentley Mulsanne. And at request, your In Room Bar can be stocked with the hotel’s delicious, healthy Rocco Forte Nourish menu. In addition, suite guests receive welcome drinks, complimentary spa treatments and personalised Concierge services before and during their stay.
Location: Brown’s Hotel, Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4BP
Your foodie clients or associates will make a bee-line for St James and its revered Michelin starred restaurant, Seven Park Place by William Drabble. The hotel has held its Michelin star for ten consecutive years and Drabble’s menus are known for its classic French-inspired food and exceptional quality in local produce from around the British Isles. Tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac Mayfair this 5-Star hotel is the ideal location for both business and leisure.
Offering the intimacy of a private club with 5-star service, the hotel boasts stylish, and sleek interiors finished with handmade silk wallpaper, black lacquered furniture, handcrafted Murano glass chandeliers and polished natural stone in the bathrooms.
Location: St. James’s Hotel & Club Mayfair, 7-8 Park Place, St. James’s, SW1A 1LS
Last but by no means least, and just a few doors from 180 Piccadilly, luxury in London doesn’t get any better than a stay in one of the Ritz’s lavish rooms. The perfect haven for any business colleague looking for more than just a hotel – and one which will impress important out-of-town guests. Rooms provide a perfect haven for any guest looking for more than just a hotel. A superior queen is from £445 a night.
Location: The Ritz, 150 Piccadilly, St. James’s, London W1J 9BR