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The Flemings Mayfair 4 Star Hotel in London

Flemings expanded to encompass 13 townhouses on Half Moon and Clarges Street Opened in 1851. For the
past 40 years, the Gulhati family have owned it, and the presiding feel remains that of a small,
warmly-welcoming hotel, with personal service geared to individual guests.
It is very well located for seeing London, with Mayfair, Bond Street, St James’s and Piccadilly
all on the doorstep.
Previously glitzy, ‘90s lobby and equally lurid lower floor restaurant and bar have now been replaced
with a far more tasteful interior, and the intimate yet glamorous Drawing Room makes a lovely place
for drinks from the small bar, fulsome afternoon teas and light meals. This hotel has an intimate yet
sophisticated feel, much helped by the kindly, smiling presence of guest services manager Branca Sabbagh.
Here the general manager, who was in charge of Flemings’ major redesign and directs a more modern
approach is Henrik Muelhe, who knows about small, family-run London hotels from his time at The Capital
and its sister The Levin in Knightsbridge. Along with Branca, who has been at Flemings for 12 years,
he has created a warm and welcoming presence in the lobby and the key staff are engaged and motivated,
giving the feel of a small hotel with personal service geared to individual guests.
Its bedrooms and suites are the work of Tony Filmer and are serene, glamourous, intelligent, mildly
Art Deco. Here you feel like a traveller from a more graceful age in them. Touches like the sleek silver
backed fiddleback sycamore furnishings, reading lights embedded in the wings of the headboards and lavish
honesty gin bars in the suites all add unexpected dashes of luxury. The Courtyard Suites, with very
private patios, are delightful. Walls are adorned with specially commissioned black and white
photographs of actors, writers and fashion luminaries, all of whom posed at the hotel for
photographer Andy Gotts. This hotel also have many features, qualities & history.
The Shaun Rankin’s first London restaurant, bearing the same name as his Michelin-starred establishment
in Jersey, Ormer, opened in early September 2016. His food is sublime and Jersey fresh, with fish dishes
prominent on the menu and an admirably straightforward approach, putting the ingredients first.
Wines from the knowledgeable sommelier are excellent and the service, led by restaurant manager Agnieszka
Josko, who came from the Greenhouse and previously Ormer in Jersey, is second to none. Here the prices
are suitable according to your budget & many historical places are on a few minutes walk.
This hotel gained famous in very short period also attract its visitors huge. This hotel have now
become first choice of all visitors in the whole world becous of its special features.
Prices of all rooms are fair for such a well equipped, now good looking, very central hotel. Doubles are
available from £250 per night, including breakfast. All the rooms on ground floor are wheelchair accessible.
This hotel is highly recommended for those who wants to come here & wants to enjoy their vacations.

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