Mayfair Area Guide
Sandwiched between Hyde Park, Oxford Street, Green Park & Regent Street, Mayfair is one of the most prestigious and expensive locations in London and the world.
When the land was acquired by the Grosvenor family, Thomas Barlow was directed on the development, turning Mayfair into the architecturally proud district it stands to be. After the decline of the British Aristocracy in the early 20th century, the iconic century houses very utilised for Embassies & Corporate Headquarters, making Mayfair a hub of activity.
Residences within Mayfair attract the affluent elite due to being the most desired and profitable investments in London.
Mayfair is well known for its accommodation of anything leisurely. From gourmet cuisine to boutique stores and cocktail bars within historic landmarks, there is something to suit all appetites. Mayfair is home to some of the most famous eateries and watering holes including; Mamounia Lounge, Sketch, Sexy Fish and Annabel's.
Having sprung from a rural field in the 18th century, Mayfair has far exceeded its historical background and is now the most sought after residential location.
Transport links include underground stations on all corners of Mayfair; Green Park, Bond Street, Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus.