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The May Fair, A Radisson Collection Hotel

5.0 out of 5.0

The May Fair, A Radisson Collection Hotel

5.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

They tried to ask me to prepay for breakfast. Was very odd. Additionally the hotel rooms are really outdated and old. The shower was Disgusting..

I love the property. Besides the location, the property itself is great.

Showers flood all the time and if you do not get extra towels the room will flood

Loved the location, near Picadilly, Green Park station, great restaurants.

Worked out pretty well. Location was good. Would recommend upgrading the room.

Great location for everything in London. Everyone who works there is very friendly and accommodating. I look forward to staying there again.

The hotel is clean and located in a very good place , a lot of walk by cafeterias and 5 star restaurants.

At check in the hotel staff advised that I would have to pay another £700 to secure a "family room" even though I expressly defined the need for two beds (as I traveled with my daughter) when I booked. The "family room" bathroom had a tiny sink and zero storage. The most disappointing on line booking ever.

Great Location, Very professional staff. Room somewhat on the small size consideriing price, although very nice decor. Main bar only served one beer, no draft. Resturant bar only served three, no draft either, however room service had at least ten to choose from.

really enjoyed our stay.We had to switch rooms a few times in the beginning,since our room was not to the liking of my wife.chic crowd added to the cool trendy atmosphere.Concierge was great.Great location,near very lively niightlife and clubs.We did see Katy Perry in the neighborhood,and that was cool.

Stayed for one night. Chosen for the location, which is very convenient. Service was excellent and the room was perfect. Would definitely stay again.

Hotel room was a good size and bed was very comfortable. This hotel is very comparable to 5 star hotels in the US. Hotel is located 1.5 blocks from the Underground that connects to 2 Lines (Picadilly and Jubilee) so it is very convenient to get around. Walking distance to shopping, restaurants, Hyde park, and Buckingham palace. We enjoyed a nice meal at Langdon's a block away. Across the street there is a grocery store to buy any necessities.

The location is great. But I heard so many "I'm sorry, but there's nothing we can do" until we finally got to check- into our room at 3:30 pm!!! Shower time is messy. The bathroom is extremely small, NO rugs on the floor, the shower spills all over the place. The shampoo destroys you hair. Make sure you take your own. Hairdryer so, so. It's pretty run down considering it went through renovation recently. If you're going to spend all day out in the street, it is ok.

A Hotel at this location can be much better. It needs to understand that location and a busy recepton is not the only ingredients of a good hotel. From non working / crowded lifts whihc were neither smooth nor clean to rooms in which you can hear the whole hotel talk and walk to towels in the bathrooms which are over used and over worked to a large room with dirt carpets to no proper working table / desk. there were a lot of issues whihc need working. The reception did not have computers running when i checked in so I had to provide them with all booking details.

When the quality of a hotel is so bad that it motivates one to write about it for the first time, you know you are dealing with a problem. I arrived off a trans Atlantic flight earlier than the allotted check-in times and was told no rooms were available. That is fair and understandable, but the promise to follow up with me when they did come available never materialized. Front desk attitude was aloof...and left me feeling like I was doing the hotel a favor by gracing them with my presence. Porters, when I did eventually get a room, took forever to deliver my bags. Rooms were tiny and expensive, probably a casualty of London, but furniture was cheap and the sense of luxury diluted by the poor quality. Televisions small too, entertainment selection dated. The hotel's strategy is modern chic with a minimalist style but ends up being modern disaster with a bad attitude.

Great Service.

the hotel is one block from green park metro station, on the picadilly line. we arrived at 11:30AM, after an overnight flight from the US. We got a room immediately. the bed was very comfortable, and the bathtub very big, and filled quickly. lots of hot water. we got a "bed and breakfast" rate--the breakfast was amazing. there were free computers in the business room

For European hotel rooms, these were very nice; however, they do not compare to a 5-star hotel in, for example, NYC, so don't expect the hotel to knock your socks off. The rooms are small, adequately equipped, but hardly luxurious. The staff is accommodating, but for the best service you must dress up. The area is quiet, yet just a block away from the bustle of Picadilly, Knightsbridge, Buckingham Palace, and a few blocks more to Trafalgar Square. Really great location for tourists! And if you like to shop, this is close to Bond Street, Oxford Street, Fortnam & Mason, the Burlington Arcade, Picadilly, Saville Row--you name it, it's close to the Mayfair. The food in the restaurant and bar was very, very good, including afternoon tea, but the staff seemed short-handed most of the time and could not handle the service when more than 1/2 full of diners. If you are able to get the breakfast buffet and afternoon tea included in the cost of your room, do it! It's a good deal. There is a Sainsbury (grocery store) just across the street where you can pick up snacks, sandwiches, beer and wine, etc. There is a tube stop (Green Park) conveniently located just around the corner. You can also hop on one of the bus tours at that location, which is handy. All in all, a good place to stay, although I would NOT recommend it for younger children (under 10). Our children were 12 and 16 and loved it.

Stratton Street, Mayfair London England

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Piccadilly and Berkeley Square
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

Located in London City Centre, The May Fair, A Radisson Collection Hotel is adjacent to Piccadilly and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Berkeley Square. This 5-star hotel welcomes guests with 404 rooms and conveniences like a full-service spa, a 24-hour fitness center, and free in-room WiFi.


Dining

This hotel serves as home to a cocktail bar, along with a fine-dining restaurant that specializes in international cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. For your convenience, a full breakfast is served for a fee on weekdays from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM and on weekends from 7:30 AM to 11:00 AM.


Rooms

A flat-screen TV comes with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and the bathroom offers a hair dryer and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include a minibar, free bottled water, and a laptop-compatible safe.


Property features

Guests staying at The May Fair, A Radisson Collection Hotel enjoy access to a full-service spa, a 24-hour fitness center, and a sauna. Valet parking is available for GBP 55 per day, and there's also limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage, tours or tickets, and dry cleaning/laundry. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include free WiFi in public areas, a 24-hour business center, and express check-in.

Room options

Signature Suite

King 1 | Sleeps 2

One Bedroom Terrace Suite

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Studio Suite

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Executive Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for The May Fair, A Radisson Collection Hotel

Everyone (7) Couples (8) Business (3) Family (4) Other (1)
2
Business Business Travelers

They tried to ask me to prepay for breakfast. Was very odd. Additionally the hotel rooms are really outdated and old. The shower was Disgusting..

By on May 23, 2019

5
Everyone

By on May 18, 2019

5
Everyone

I love the property. Besides the location, the property itself is great.

By on May 5, 2019

5
Everyone

By on Apr 21, 2019

2
Everyone

Showers flood all the time and if you do not get extra towels the room will flood

By on Dec 3, 2018

5

great location, superb ambiance

Everyone

Loved the location, near Picadilly, Green Park station, great restaurants.

By on Jul 20, 2018

5
Everyone

Worked out pretty well. Location was good. Would recommend upgrading the room.

By on May 17, 2018

5
Everyone

Great location for everything in London. Everyone who works there is very friendly and accommodating. I look forward to staying there again.

By on Aug 18, 2017

4

mayfair escape

Singles

The hotel is clean and located in a very good place , a lot of walk by cafeterias and 5 star restaurants.

By on Aug 25, 2015

3

bait and switch

Families

At check in the hotel staff advised that I would have to pay another £700 to secure a "family room" even though I expressly defined the need for two beds (as I traveled with my daughter) when I booked. The "family room" bathroom had a tiny sink and zero storage. The most disappointing on line booking ever.

By on Jul 9, 2014

The May Fair, A Radisson Collection Hotel

Stratton Street, Mayfair, London, England W1J 8LT