Dating from 1851, Flemings is one of Mayfair’s oldest hotels. Privately owned, it’s been in the same family’s capable hands for more than four decades. When crime novelist Agatha Christie wrote At Bertram’s Hotel in 1965, this was the hotel on which she based her descriptions. 129 guest rooms and suites occupy a space which was originally thirteen Georgian townhouses dating from 1731. Much of the period detail has been reinstated, reimagined to work alongside 21st century amenities. A glamorous colour palette of soft greys, teal and bronze creates a calming interior, yet Green Park, Bond Street and Buckingham Palace are only a short walk away. Ormer, headed by talented chef Shaun Rankin, is consistently rated as one of London’s top restaurants, while the Drawing Room is the ideal place to savour a traditional afternoon tea.
Manetta’s is one of the most atmospheric bars in Mayfair. Sumptuous red velvet, black leather and polished rose gold creates an opulent space which has a long history of attracting the literati. Though the cocktails are tempting, try a shot of Baijiu, a 600-year old Chinese spirit designed to strengthen bonds and mark celebrations.
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