The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont
The Beaumont

The Beaumont

8 Balderton St, Brown Hart Gardens, Mayfair, London W1K 6TF, United Kingdom

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“Art deco icon in Mayfair”

You might be surprised to learn The Beaumont isn’t more historic than it is. It offers all the old-world luxury without actually being old. You’ll probably also be amazed how quiet it seems, considering how close to Selfridges the hotel’s location is (not to mention Mount Street, South Audley Street, South Molton Street and Bond Street).But most striking of all are its people, with a level of personalized service that’s more private club than boutique hotel. A chauffeur-driven emissions-free limousine on hand to drop you off in Mayfair, with complimentary brekkie items, and minibar treats on the house, add up to a pure relaxed luxury. 

Best time to visit : All year

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What we Love

What we absolutely love about the property and feel sure will dazzle you too.

  • Views out over Brown Hart Gardens, plus the large green expanses of Grosvenor Square are also quite close
  • Le Magritte Bar & Terrace for guests for moments of exclusivity
  • Gatsby’s Room, a welcoming, relaxing place to gather from early morning until late at night, punctuated by the ritual highlight of Afternoon Tea.
  • Above-and-beyond guest service
  • Rooms start at a spacious 30 sq. m., but we’re partial to outdoor spaces and for that, we love the one-bedroom Terrace Suite overlooking Brown Hart Gardens
  • Marvelous location in the heart of Mayfair with easy stroll to some of the city’s best shopping

  • Rooms
  • Dining
  • Leisure
  • Location
  • The Insider

72 Rooms and Suites

Thoughtfully designed and meticulously appointed, the rooms and suites at The Beaumont have the comfort of their guests foremost in mind. Original paintings, books and photographs add character to the Art Deco rooms, which have all the modern comforts including high-speed wi-fi and sleek marble bathrooms with heated floors and large rain showers.

Room Facilities

  • All rooms have king-sized beds, many of which can be reconfigured as twins.
  • Other features include large hallways, sliding internal doors for additional privacy, and plentiful wardrobe space.
  • Some of the Studio and Mayfair suites can be interconnected for families and groups, while selected Classic Suites include sofa beds for added flexibility.
  • The Beaumont also has fully accessible rooms for guests with reduced mobility.

Need to Know

Check-in 15.00 / Check-out 12.00

Classic Rooms
Classic Rooms
  • 2
  • 30 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Mayfair rooftops or garden courtyard

These comfortable, king-bedded hotel rooms feature opening floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the rooftops of Mayfair or the garden court. Equally suited to a leisure or business stay, all Classic rooms have private entrance halls, sleek mosaic-and-marble bathrooms and plentiful wardrobe space.

Superior Rooms
Superior Rooms
  • 2
  • 32 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Brown Hart Gardens

With fabulous views towards the City of London, all the Superior rooms are beautifully designed in soothing pale tones with refined Art Deco detailing. The rooms feature king-size beds, which can be reconfigured as twin beds on request.

Superior Grand
Superior Grand
  • 2-3
  • 35 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Brown Hart Gardens

These generous, light-filled rooms have fine views over Brown Hart Square. Large enough for an extra bed or cot, and with a connecting door to a Superior Room, they are perfect for those looking for extra space or travelling with children. All Superior Grand rooms are designed to be fully accessible for guests with reduced mobility.

Premier Rooms
Premier Rooms
Premier Rooms
  • 2-3
  • 35 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Brown Hart Gardens

These thoughtfully designed rooms make a splendid base for a stay in London. Bronze mirrors, mohair velvets and sumptuous silks reflect a sophisticated Art Deco aesthetic. An extra single bed can be also be added.

Studios
Studios
  • 2-3
  • 38 - 43 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Brown Hart Gardens or The Beaumont Garden

With generous proportions, the Studios at The Beaumont range in size. They include comfortable seating and dressing areas, large bathrooms and private entrance hallways. For family groups, we also have a special Studio wing, two Studios and one Superior room on a separate private corridor. An extra single bed can be also be added.

Superior Studios
Superior Studios
Superior Studios
  • 2-3
  • 44 - 53 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Brown Hart Gardens or Mayfair rooftops

The Superior Studios range in size. All have their own unique features: some have separate dressing areas, others have an outdoor terrace, and all offer different views over Brown Hart Gardens or the Mayfair rooftops. With their generous hallways, they feel like private, period apartments in the heart of London. An extra single bed can be added at a charge.

Classic Suites
Classic Suites
  • 2-3
  • 60 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • The Beaumont's Gardens

The Beaumont's Classic Suites, with their Art Deco aesthetic and luxurious finishes, offer a peaceful, quiet retreat, with ample space for entertaining, meetings or simply relaxing. They also include luxurious sofa beds, which are perfect for families travelling with children.

Mayfair Suites
Mayfair Suites
  • 2-3
  • 81 - 86 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • Brown Hart Gardens

These are the largest one-bedroom suites in The Beaumont. Each has its own unique layout, but all overlook Brown Hart Gardens. Silks, mohair velvets, bronze detailing and subtle geometric patterns create a calm, relaxing environment for business or pleasure. One of the Mayfair Suites can be connected to a Superior Room to include two bedrooms.

ROOM by Antony Gormley
ROOM by Antony Gormley
ROOM by Antony Gormley
  • 2
  • 69 sq. m.
  • King
  • Brown Hart Gardens

The bedroom of this unique suite occupies the interior of a giant semi-abstract sculpture by Antony Gormley, which dominates the entrance front of The Beaumont on Brown Hart Gardens. A dark, mysterious, cave-like space, ROOM encourages its occupants to enter a different state of consciousness, to enjoy at the very least a quiet, meditative pause, a prelude to a good night's sleep and the chance to withdraw, for a while, from the busy world outside. The wood-panelled bedroom is approached up stairs from the sitting room and the marble bathroom, which are decorated, like all the rooms in The Beaumont, in a soft Art Deco style. The suite also has a large private hallway and a guest bathroom.

The Terrace Suite
The Terrace Suite
  • 2-3
  • 91 sq. m.
  • King
  • Brown Hart Gardens

This large one-bedroom suite is perfect for entertaining. The comfortable sitting room provides ample space for relaxing, dining and working, while a generous and very private terrace overlooks Brown Hart Gardens and has wide views towards the City of London. An extra single bed can be added.

The Roosevelt Suite
The Roosevelt Suite
  • 2-13
  • 169 sq. m. (one bed) or 606 sq. m. (five bed)
  • King
  • Mayfair rooftops or garden courtyard

The Beaumont's presidential suite, which can be extended to include five bedrooms encompassing the entire fifth floor, reflects the glamorous era of the great transatlantic liners of the 1920s and 1930s. It has a delightfully expansive living room and a separate dining room seating eight, a generous terrace large enough for relaxing and entertaining, with rooftop views across Mayfair towards the City of London, plus a pantry kitchen and a guest bathroom. The suite features cream lacquer panelling, brass inlaid details and parquet timber floors, while pale silk curtains, hand-made rugs, selected antiques and period works of art create a discreetly opulent setting.

The Colony Grill Room
The Colony Grill Room

A sophisticated tribute to the sleek, relaxed, clubby Grill Rooms found in New York in the early 20th century, The Colony has always been loved for its timeless menu of transatlantic favourites, served with a big helping of old-world glamour. Nathaniel Newnham-Davies captures the spirit in his 1914 ‘Gourmet Guide to London’:

“The modern Grill Room we owe, I think, to the Americans for the travelling American […] has his own very sensible ideas as to what comfort is […]. The grill-room gives him an excellent dinner, just as long or short as he likes, served quickly, in luxurious surroundings, and he can dress as he likes, to eat it.”

Breakfast is served from 7am to 10.30am*, Lunch from noon to 2.30pm* and Dinner from 6pm to 9.30pm* (closed for dinner on Sundays and Bank Holidays). 

We recommend that you reserve a table in advance to dine in The Colony. *Last Booking times

The Magritte Bar & Terrace
The Magritte Bar & Terrace
Le Magritte Bar & Terrace belongs to the great tradition of American bars that became legendary in London and Paris during the 1920s. All-American bad boys from Ernest Hemingway and F Scott Fitzgerald to Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra would have felt right at home in its handsome walnut-panelled interior, hung with an eclectic collection of early 20th century paintings and photographs, including the Magritte that gives the room its name. The Bar specialises in bourbons, American whiskies and classic cocktails, which are strictly shaken or stirred. Brand-new to the hotel is the chic, sheltered terrace overlooking tranquil Brown Hart Gardens. With 1920s-style rattan armchairs and café tables enfolded by lush greenery, The Terrace will serve drinks alongside a light all-day menu. 

Breakfast is served from 6.30am to 10.30am* and Lunch from noon to 5pm*. Le Magritte is open until midnight Monday to Saturday (last orders 11.45pm), and 11pm on Sundays (last orders 10.45pm).
The hotel does not take reservations for Le Magritte Bar & Terrace. *Last Orders

Gatsby's Room
Gatsby's Room
Gatsby's Room is the beating heart of the hotel: a welcoming, relaxing place to gather from early morning until late at night, punctuated by the ritual highlight of Afternoon Tea. As befits The Beaumont's transatlantic heritage, Afternoon Tea is served according to the best of English traditions, sprinkled with a light American accent. An excellent coffee, a sophisticated cocktail, a glass of vintage Champagne, or a light meal can be enjoyed here at any time during the day and evening. 

Breakfast is served from 7am to 10.45am*, an All Day Menu from noon to 10.45pm* (9.45pm* on Sundays) and Afternoon Tea at 3pm and 4.30pm*. We recommend that you reserve a table in advance for Afternoon Tea. *Last Booking times
The Spa & Hammam
The Spa & Hammam
Clad in shimmering black and white marble mosaics, the intimate Spa has a steam room and a sauna, a cold plunge pool, a traditional warmed marble massage slab, four treatment rooms and an ice bar.
Salon
Salon
They offer Gentlemen's and Ladies' hairdressing services, including shampoos, cuts and finishes. Gentlemen's grooming services include traditional wet shaves.
Gymnasium
Gymnasium
The Gymnasium is open 24 hours a day for hotel guests. Equipment includes Peloton, upright and recline bikes, running machines, a Pilates reformer, a cross trainer and free weights.

The Beaumont

The Beaumont is superbly located on a quiet, landscaped square, yet within sight of Selfridges and a few minutes' stroll from the luxury shops on Duke Street, Mount Street, South Audley Street and Bond Street, the green spaces of Grosvenor Square, Berkeley Square and Hyde Park, and Mayfair's many art galleries.

8 Balderton St, Brown Hart Gardens, Mayfair, London W1K 6TF, United Kingdom

The MD's Top Recommendations

Duncan Palmer
Duncan Palmer
Managing Director

Duncan Palmer has worked in the luxury hotel industry for over 35 years. He has an extraordinary track record of achieving fantastic results for some of the best-known brands and properties in the industry. He is now spearheading the further establishment of The Beaumont, London as a hotel of choice in Mayfair.

Mount Street Gardens
Mount Street Gardens
"When I worked in Mayfair the first time, Mount Street Gardens was my second office. I loved having meetings there with colleagues. Hidden away, with access tucked behind Grosvenor Chapel, the primary school and the Mayfair library, and overlooked by private residences, it is very much a place for locals. It is beautifully kept and full of majestic trees; birds love it. It really is that cliché: an oasis in a busy city."
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Private White V.C. 73 Duke Street
Private White V.C. 73 Duke Street

"Trading on the heritage and skill of several generations of manufacturing, Private White V.C. is a truly British luxury menswear brand. The collection pays homage to its namesake hero and Victoria Cross recipient, Private Jack White, the great grandfather of managing director, James Eden. Featuring classic pieces with added functionality and detail for the modern man and woman, the brand uses only the finest regionally sourced fabrics, trims and materials. Made at their Manchester factory, the Duke Street store caters to ready to wear, gifts and made-to-measure orders."

Métier 59 South Audley Street
Métier 59 South Audley Street
"Founder and designer Melissa Morris’ chic luxury leather goods brand, Métier, was developed for those living life permanently on the go. Handcrafted in Italy, each piece embodies timeless elegance with practicality at the fore. Its Mayfair flagship has the air of an elite gentlemen’s club, all offset with a woman’s unmistaken sensibility. A triumph in design complete with a bar at the back, a visit to the Métier shop is an essential port of call. By far my favourite bags and travel pouches."
Marylebone Farmer’s Market
Marylebone Farmer’s Market
Marylebone Farmer’s Market
"Open every Sunday, rain or shine, there’s always something new to find as the seasons change, from the freshest asparagus in April to strawberries in May and cherries in July."
Walk through Regents Park
Walk through Regents Park
The Wallace Collection
The Wallace Collection
"The Wallace Collection is an internationally outstanding collection which contains unsurpassed masterpieces of paintings, sculpture, furniture, arms and armour and porcelain."
Jamavar
Jamavar
"We are very fortunate in London to have an enormous choice of excellent Indian restaurants showcasing cuisines from different regions, and at many different price points.  In Mayfair my choice has to be Jamavar, just a few minutes’ walk from The Beaumont.  The first overseas outpost from The Leela Palaces, a group of luxury hotels across India, the quality of the produce they use is exceptional, the spicing is delicious and the staff really know their stuff, making recommendations with authority."
The Fumoir at Claridges
The Fumoir at Claridges
"Our beautiful Art Deco neighbour may be the epitome of a grand hotel, but Claridges’ bar The Fumoir is the opposite: small, intimate and jewel-like. I love a late evening stroll  there from The Beaumont for a nightcap with friends; my preference is always for a Verdant, with apple juice, smoked agave nectar, parsley and citrus, sharp, refreshing and a little mysterious."
Dinner at Scully St James's
Dinner at Scully St James's
A drink at Clarette in Marylebone
A drink at Clarette in Marylebone