Mayfair, London, United Kingdom
The Connaught Hotel is located in the heart of London in exclusive and fashionable Mayfair. Close to Hyde Park and Harrods and a desirable base from which to explore the city, the Connaught is a delightful hotel, ideal for guests of all ages and tastes.
At a Glance
In a superb location in Mayfair, close to Hyde Park and Oxford Street
A sophisticated blend of tradition, modernity and impeccable British design
Only UK host of a world-renowned Aman Spa offering superlative treatments
Sample delectable signature dishes at the Two Michelin-starred Hélène Darroze at The Connaught
The Master Mixologists of the Connaught Bar can concoct the finest Martini in London
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The Connaught Hotel is part of the well-established Maybourne hotel group and is a hotel of legendary sophistication and effortless hospitality. A perfect starting point for your London story, The Connaught is in a highly desirable location, a few minutes from Hyde Park and Oxford Street. The original part of the Connaught is reminiscent of a country house, the extension is of course more modern, but this blend of style is mirrored in many elements of the hotel’s interior.
On your arrival, the words “Welcome to the Connaught” will be the first thing you hear and as you ascend to your floor you will notice a picture of man’s best friend welcoming you to your home for however long you wish to be indulged by the Connaught’s flawless conviviality.
Your choice of room or suite at the Connaught Hotel is extensive and no room is duplicated. Created by excellent designers, each room is a blend of inherited furniture and design. Comfort is paramount in each, with Italian linen, amenities and essential technology coming as standard. Each room has its own unique touches, such as a grand piano in the Sutherland Suite, a secret doorway in the Library Suite and traveler’s artifacts in the Prince's Lodge.
There are two bars within the hotel, Connaught Bar and Coburg Bar. The former was designed by the late David Collins in art deco style and is the place to have cocktails based on both established and novel recipes created by the bar’s expert mixologists. It is truly a treat to witness the master, Agostino Perrone, and fellow barmen as they talk you through the stages of creation of your chosen drink before presenting you with it in hand-crafted crystal. For a more discreet pre-dinner drink or nightcap the Coburg Bar offers more intimate surroundings.
If you don’t feel spoiled enough during your stay then the Aman Spa (the only one in the UK) offers a wide range of relaxing treatments, inspired by the ancient cultures of China, Thailand, India and the Americas, to help you unwind after an exciting day of exploring London. There are four single rooms and one double so that you and your partner can enjoy the oasis together. Within the spa there is also a swimming pool and fitness center if you fancy a spot of exercise.
An iconic part of British dining is afternoon tea. Why not experience the traditional finger sandwiches, fresh scones and delectable pastries at the Espelette restaurant? Here you can also enjoy an all-day brasserie style food for lunch or dinner. If you feel like pushing the boat out, the two Michelin star Hélène Darroze at the Connaught offers exceptional fine dining featuring seasonal and regional ingredients, and there is also the opportunity to indulge in private dining with a table for eight at the sommelier's table - a supremely exclusive experience which offers a menu based on 6,000 vintage bottles of wine paired with complementary dishes.
What makes the Connaught so inviting is its attention to detail and little touches to make the whole family feel welcome in a charmingly traditional manner with adult and child friendly flourishes.
The Connaught has 121 rooms including 34 magnificent suites to choose from, all uniquely designed and crafted in a modern and elegant style with italian bed linen, cashmere blankets and state-of-the-art technology. All bathrooms are furnished with Thassos marble and Bamford Natural and Organic toiletries. Each room features a 26inch flatscreen TV and combination CD/DVD player. There is also complimentary Wi-Fi.
|Superior Queen Single Room||
Supremely comfortable and peaceful, these rooms provide an ideal oasis away from the hustle and bustle of London. Equipped with every luxury and state-of-the-art technology, the superior Queen-bedded rooms ensure a perfect night’s sleep. Draw back the thickly lined curtains and enjoy superb views of the city’s skyline in many of these beautiful rooms.
|Superior King or Twin Bedded Room||
29 sq. m / 312 sq. ft with views over Adams Row, Carlos Place, Inner Courtyard, Mount Street. Twin beds available on request. Choose either contemporary or classical style.
A considered and generous space that is perfect for a city getaway in style. Choose either a contemporary style with TOTO toilets in their en-suite bathrooms or a classical style with luxurious curtains and traditional features. All rooms feature the latest in modern technology with the best in-room entertainment and flatscreen TVs. Twin beds are also available on request. A combination of gracious style, luxurious king-sized beds and delightful personal service makes it one of the best hotel rooms in London.
|Deluxe King or Twin Room||
Each Deluxe King Room provides a luxurious and versatile space – some offer a unique contemporary experience whilst others showcase a more traditional flair. Some have large Mayfair-style bay windows whilst others have window seats from which to enjoy the stunning views of London. Rooms overlooking Adams Row have a more contemporary feel, including modern artwork, full-height windows and walnut parquet flooring.
|Superior Junior Suite||
The Superior Junior Suites offer all the style and comfort of our rooms but with that extra added sense of luxury and space. With elegant features, stunning detail and all the latest in modern technology such as Bose sound docks and flatscreen TVs these suites offer that little extra in luxury.
|Deluxe Junior Suite||
More spacious than a Superior Junior Suite, a Deluxe Junior Suite is an excellent choice for a longer stay. These rooms boast a comfortable seating area designed with both traditional and contemporary twists and some have large bay windows or window seats. Junior Suites overlooking Adams Row have a more contemporary feel, with cutting-edge modern art, full-height windows and walnut parquet flooring. Whether in a contemporary or classical Deluxe Junior Suite, all feature the best in state-of-the-art technology such as Bose docking stations and flatscreen TVs.
The traditional category of Carlos Suites combines elegance with all the conveniences of modern century technology. Designed with period grandeur in mind, from the entrance hall to the neo-classical ceilings, traditional features surround you and gently point to the Connaught’s history. Our contemporary Carlos Suites overlook Adams Row and have a noticeably more contemporary feel, with ceruse walnut finishes, walnut parquet flooring, innovative use of mirrors, soft lighting, furniture, marble-lined spa bathrooms, free-standing baths, spacious double walk-in showers and TOTO toilets.
63 sq. m / 678 sq. ft and views over Adams Row and Mount Street. Furniture and artwork have been specifically selected to suit each suite’s individual character. Adam-style gilded and painted plasterwork ceilings, a classical fireplace, antique over-mantel mirror and chandelier provide classic surroundings whilst modern amenities ensure guests a luxurious stay. With a separate sitting room, bedroom and desk area, our Grosvenor Suites allow plenty of space.
Designed by leading interiors architect, Guy Oliver, each Connaught Suite is generous in space with a large sitting room and magnificent bedroom. Large leaded windows, typical of surrounding Mayfair, are a stunning feature. These suites offer traditional comforts complemented by the latest in modern technology.
Designed by leading interiors architect, Guy Oliver, the period charm of the Sutherland Suites brings to mind the gallery of a traditional English stately home. Both suites include a grand 30-feet long, high-ceilinged drawing room and are decorated with astonishing artwork. The Piano Sutherland Suite is perfect for musicians and composers. Soundproofed, it contains a concert-quality 1909 Steinway grand piano. The Dining Sutherland Suite is perfect for families or those who wish to entertain privately, offering an oval dining table that seats up to 8 in the drawing room.
|The Eagle's Lodge||
Designed by Guy Oliver this nautically inspired suite is designed to resemble the cabin of a luxury 1930s yacht. The fan of rooms is set on a slight curve, offering 270° views of London’s skyline. With its crisp white and navy blue bed linen, porthole details and oil paintings of sailing ships, The Eagle’s Lodge transports you effortlessly away from the London bustle. The furniture in The Eagle’s Lodge is and ingeniously crafted.
|The Prince's Lodge||
nspired by Kabul’s Peacock Palace and named after Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught, the Prince’s Lodge is uniquely crafted to carefully embody both Islamic design and Mayfair style, setting ornate carving amid minimalist architecture. Guests in this suite will come home to a long-ago traveler’s collection of treasures – hand-carved furniture from Kabul, maps and photographs dating back to 1870, stained glass windows, sculptures by stone carver Adam Williamson and stunning paintings. All this is mixed with the latest in modern technology creating the perfect retreat for the cultured traveler.
|The Library Suite||
A luxurious retreat for book-lovers who value style and comfort. The Library Suite comprises of a master bedroom and second bedroom, each with an en-suite bathroom, a guest cloakroom and library-style sitting room. The split-level Library Suite was designed by the architect Michael Blair. Its doors open onto a large reception hall finished in white polished plaster, giving an exquisite warm marble effect to the walls, its floor detailed in marble with oak edging. Five side-lit marble steps lead into the library-style sitting room, a contemporary space, filled with natural light from the feature skylight ceiling, decorated with modern artwork and lighting. The symmetrical layout is arranged around a coal-effect gas fireplace and central state-of-the-art entertainment console. A secret door connects to the master bedroom.
|The Terrace Suite||
This impressive luxury hotel suite features the largest terrace in Mayfair, beautifully landscaped by two-time Chelsea Flower Show gold medallist Tom Stuart-Smith. The Terrace suite is designed by Guy Oliver and features private elevator access, a marble entrance hall, a spacious living area, built-in library and features a private bar. A central London location combined with its exquisite views across the busy city's skyline makes the Terrace Suite one of the best hotel suites in London.
The Connaught welcomes children of all ages and provides many family-friendly services and facilities.
- Treats on arrival
- Connaught activity book with pencils
- Organic baby amenities
- Connaught umbrella
- Children's bathrobe and slippers
- Child-friendly swimming pool hours
- Children’s menus
- Cots and highchairs
- Bottle warmers
- 24-hour room service
- Babysitting/childminding services - charges apply
- Fully trained first-aider
- Doctor on call
- Hélène Darroze at the Connaught
- Afternoon tea
- Saturday brunch
- Sommelier's table
- Coburg bar
- Connaught bar
- Champagnes room
- Aman Spa
- Swimming pool
- Fitness center
- Function rooms
- Shoe shine
- Airport transfers
The list of things to do in London is non-exhaustive, here are some ideas -
- Visiting Hyde Park
- Saatchi Gallery
- Oxford Street
- West End
- London Zoo
- Tower of London
Location & Directions
Mayfair, London, United Kingdom
The Connaught is located in the heart of Mayfair on the corner of Mount Street and Carlos Place, one of London's most fashionable and exclusive areas. it is the perfect base from which to explore Oxford Street and the West End and easily accessible via London airports.
When to go
It is very difficult to predict the weather in the United Kingdom - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but the UK does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winters, temperatures do fall.