Welcome to my elegant, contemporary 2-bedroom apartment! You will be conveniently located in the heart of Central London, two minutes away from Green Park Tube station, right in the hub of the city with all major attractions within walking distance!
My two-bedroom apartment has everything you need for the perfect stay in the vibrant city of London. The guests will have access to two incredibly spacious rooms, with plenty of natural light and elegant details. The beds will be dressed in lavish linen which will guarantee you an excellent night’s sleep. There is plenty of space to store your favourite clothes in, so yes – bring that blazer with you, you’ll find space.
Enjoy the privacy of having an en-suite bathroom attached to the master bedroom. No one will bother you while getting ready for a day of exploring and you’ll be able to enjoy a long, energising shower in all calm. The flat has also another bathroom, so no queues are admitted. Soft, cotton towels and toiletries will be provided to each guest.
Both rooms open onto the central dining room, which connects the kitchen and the bright living room, the heart of the apartment. The modern windows cover almost the entire surface of the walls, letting plenty of natural light and giving the impression the living room is actually opening onto the neighbourhood. Elegant, wooden floors add brightness and contemporality to the room, enhancing the comfy, design sofa and the patterned carpet. Additional seatings are offered by the armchairs and poufs. Enjoy a movie with your friends and family and share your best memories of the day.
And if you’re looking for movie-snacks, head to the kitchen. This modern room has everything you need to prepare mouth-watering dishes for you and your family. London is the very place where you can taste cuisines from all over the world: why not trying to prepare some houmous yourself? Appliances are very easy to use and there’s plenty of space to use.
My property will be professionally cleaned before your stay. High chairs and travel cots can be provided on request.
Guests can access the entire property. It is paramount that we are respectful towards our neighbours.
My friends at Hostmaker are looking after my home while I am away; they are a short-lets management service team who know London like the back of their hand! I trust them to look after you and give you a warm welcome! If you have any questions about your stay, please get in touch through the channel platform.
Mayfair encompasses the area situated between Oxford Street, Regent Street, Piccadilly and Park Lane, in the very heart of London’s West End, and adjacent to St James’s and its glorious Royal parks to the south. Neighbours with the Ritz and just around the corner from Buckingham Palace, this is about as chic as it gets!
Mayfair is quintessentially British - Mayfair and St James’s is packed with world-class art galleries, museums and historic buildings, including The Royal Academy of Arts, which is set in the beautiful Burlington House on Piccadilly. Beyond Piccadilly, you reach an area known as “Theatreland”, which is home to Her Majesty’s Theatre, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Garrick Theatre, The Royal Opera House and The Criterion Theatre to name a few.
The Palomar is a very popular restaurant serving the food of modern-day Jerusalem. Like most of the restaurants in this area, they don’t have a traditional booking system so be prepared to get there early and queue - it is worth it!
Mayfair has one three-Michelin star restaurant — Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester. There are eight with two stars, including The Greenhouse, Hélène Darroze at The Connaught and Hibiscus. The 13 Mayfair restaurants with one star apiece include Fera at Claridge’s, Angela Hartnett’s Murano and Jason Atherton’s Pollen Street Social.
Fish restaurant Scott’s has tables spilling out into Mount Street; Kitty Fisher’s in Shepherd Market cooks almost everything on a fashionable wood grill; and Sexy Fish, restaurateur and club owner Richard Caring’s latest offering, has a celebrity following.
Another one of Mayfair’s most popular places to eat is Sketch, an eclectic restaurant that is a great one to visit for its quirky combination of decadent food, drinks, music and art. Whilst gobbling the gourmet delights, one can admire the eccentric décor that this 18th-century townhouse tea room and cocktail lounge has to offer.
Cahoots is a bar with a twist - A quirky tube-themed cocktail bar with staff in costumes and an actual tube carriage! A different night out in a very fashionable location - Kingly Court. There’s plenty of choices there when it comes to restaurants and pubs.
This is a prime location, with all of the pleasures of central London in walking distance! Green Park Tube station is just at a 2-minute walk from the flat. You'll be connected to Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines, all three working non-stop on weekends.
Getting to Gatwick airport is super easy and you're just at a 40-minute distance from there. Take the Victoria line for one stop and the National Rail Services will get you there half an hour.
The area is also generously served by buses. Exploring London could hardly be easier!Get the full listing »