Mayfair, Central London
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Area Guide Mayfair
Mayfair sits in the City of Westminster, alongside Hyde Park to the west, Oxford Street to the north, and Regent Street to the east. The area is also within easy reach of Marylebone’s tranquillity and the artistic vibe of Fitzrovia.
The history of Mayfair is noteworthy: old London can still be seen through the long-standing private clubs, vintage stores and Regency style architecture. Not to mention the historical estates that come with the district – Grosvenor Square, Hanover Square (Office Freedom’s own home) and Berkeley Square.
The district has also earned its high status from hatching numerous gourmet restaurants, designer stores, and especially for containing London's largest concentration of five star hotels.
Mayfair has had major redevelopments, including the conversion of houses into offices for corporations’ headquarters, real estate businesses, hedge funds and embassies and most recently, Crossrail which, when complete will provide a high speed railway connecting London to the South East.
Setting up your business here
Mayfair’s prestige is bound to make an excellent impression on any client, especially due to all the industries well-established in the district: hospitality, luxury retail, arts, financial and real estate. Visitors, businesses and powerful residents are constantly drawn to the area, which can lead to amazing networking possibilities.
Supplying attractions for every preference, Mayfair is also fitting for post-work entertainment, and having Oxford Street and Piccadilly for neighbours means your options are truly endless.
Fine dining is one of Mayfair’s strong points. For amazing seafood, try the Caviar House & Prunier located in Piccadilly, or Wilton’s at Jermyn Street.
For Italian food and a Tuscan-infused atmosphere, there’s Babbo on Albemarle Street. If you prefer French cuisine, then visit La Petite Maison in Brook's Mews. There are also Michelin-starred restaurants to be enjoyed in luxury hotels like The Dorchester and The Westbury Hotel.
Culture & entertainment
For a fusion of history, architecture and luxury goods, head to the famous Burlington Arcade, at 51 Piccadilly. Other historical and cultural spots are also easily reached; some names include the White Cube Mason's Yard, Frith Street Gallery, and the Wellington Arch.
For sunny days you can find Hyde Park’s vast green spaces in the close vicinity. And for the latest film releases, there’s Curzon Mayfair Cinema, and for cult classics, Prince Charles Cinema.
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- Underground Stations: Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus, Green Park
- Tube lines: Central, Jubilee, Piccadilly, Victoria
- Mainline stations: Charing Cross, London Victoria
- Nearest airports: London City (42 min), Heathrow (42 min)
- Nearest motorways: M4, M1