The Athenaeum's red brick Residences are shaking up how guests can experience Mayfair
The Athenaeum Hotel and Residences is one of Mayfair's most luxurious destination hotels
The most prestigious area in London, Mayfair, is famed for its red-brick Victorian townhouses, fine dining restaurants, high-end boutiques and Savile Row tailors. While there are some nice luxury hotels to choose from, for a real taste of London, live as a local and get the keys to your own townhouse.
The Athenaeum Hotels & Residences operates a number of residences just around the corner from the hotel, which visitors can rent out as whole townhouses or apartments on a long or short-term basis. Ideal for families or couples seeking privacy, residences are serviced by the hotel’s team, which means that guests can enjoy their space while benefiting from twice-daily maid service and the hotel’s concierge services such as 24-hour in-room dining.
Residences come fully equipped with a kitchenette, a spacious living area with designer sofas and a dining table, elegant bedrooms with King-sized beds and furniture by British designer Julian Chichester, and classic marble bathrooms with spacious walk-in showers and heated floors. In the cupboards, visitors filled with all the essential amenities you’d have at home, including picnic baskets that visitors can take to Green Park, opposite the hotel. >>
Guests of the residences can enjoy full access to the hotel’s facilities, including Galvin at The Athenaeum, a fine dining restaurant serving French-inspired cuisine by Michelin-starred chefs (and brothers) Chris and Jeff Galvin; The Bar at The Athenaeum, an elegant bar serving inventive, seasonal cocktails; and REN Spa, which also has a fitness centre as well as a customisable menu of REN treatments.
Guests also have exclusive access to The View, the hotel’s new private club, where they take part in complimentary experiences such as cocktail masterclasses and mindfulness sessions. In short, they get all the perks of hotel life but with their own private front door to the heart of Mayfair.