This review is about the area of Mayfair in London, not the hotel.
It’s no coincidence that it’s the most expensive property in the UK Monopoly board game, the place screams money, with some of the highest rents in London, and therefore the world. It used to be primarily residential, but now it’s a mixture of residential, commercial (hedge funds and corporate headquarters), embassies and consulates. Unless you have business there, or live or know people there, there’s not much to it, other than walking around looking at the architecture.
But as a general area, it does contain some popular London highlights, such as Regent Street to the north, Park Lane to the west, Hyde Park Corner, Grosvenor Square and the imposing US Consulate, Curzon Street, Bond Street, Berkeley Square and Savile Row.
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