The Beaumont Hotel is the first from Chris Corbin and Jermey King, widely regarded as London's most successful restaurateurs over the past 30 years.
Located in the heart of Mayfair, just a few minutes from Selfridges and the shops of Oxford Street and Bon Street, The Beaumont features 73 rooms and suites, with an Art Deco style and luxurious oak furnishings.
A guest room at The Beaumont Hotel — Photo courtesy of The Beaumont Hotel
All rooms and suites have complimentary soft drinks, tea and Nespresso coffee; personally controlled air-conditioning; complimentary Wi-Fi; interactive film and music on demand; and a personal laptop safe.
The one-bedroom Presidential Suite benefits from a large terrace and can also be opened up to encompass a further five bedrooms, making it ideal for small groups.
If you're an art fan, then you may wish to stay in the inhabitable sculpture that is ROOM. ROOM is the exclusive one-bedroom, 69-square-meter suite, designed and created by Turner Prize-winning British sculptor Antony Gormley. ROOM is a modular piece made of stainless steel and fumed oak, commissioned as a piece of public art for the hotel.
The Colony Grill Room is designed around the classic grill restaurants of old found in London and New York; the restaurant is classic yet fairly casual. As well as grills, there will be classical dishes from both sides of the Atlantic.
As well as the American Bar, which is open to the public, The Beaumont has The Club Room, a resident's bar and lounge purely for the use of the hotel's guests. Open from early until late, with dark wooden panels and muted decor, the lounge has a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere.
The Lotos Room is the hotel's boardroom and private dining room. Located on the lower ground floor of The Beaumont, it has a capacity of 16 guests for a board meeting or up to 48 guests for a private breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The spa at The Beaumont, which is just gorgeous, will feature a hamam with dry heat, steam and therapy rooms as well as beauty and grooming services, providing guests with all they need to relax or prepare for a glamorous evening on the town.
While Mayfair is already home to some fabulous hotels, The Beaumont will bring its own style of hospitality, which the owners have nurtured over 30 years in the restaurant industry. The Art Deco style is absolutely beautiful, as well.