Mayfair Travel Guide
Leading the march of younger-generation British fashion designers, Stella McCartney became a star (no surprise with Sir Paul as her father) when Gucci named her its chief in 2001.
Two-part Cocomaya is both a fine chocolate shop and artisan bakery.
Simply the most stylish stationer in London, this tony temple has produced bespoke, engraved, and flat-printed stationery for more than 120 years.
One of the oldest organic tea estates in the world, Luponde sells its leaves inside this small shop in London’s Mayfair neighborhood. Located in Southern Tanzania’s Livingstonia Mountains, the estate grows full-flavored organic and fair-trade tea leaves.
Just off Regent Street, Artesian specializes in rum-based cocktails crafted by expert mixologist Alex Kratena. Along the walls of the bar, paneling is accented with silver leaf beveled mirrors, while seats boast lavender upholstery.
A Mayfair landmark for over seven decades, this quaint bookstore has always taken great pride in its carefully composed selection of old, new and antiquarian books. The shop takes even more pride in making sure each customer is paired with the perfect title.
This two-storefront art gallery in Mayfair (the second space is a short walk away at 4 New Burlington Place) displays the work of contemporary visual artists working in a variety of visual media, from paint to mixed media to sculpture, even film.
Everything you’d wish for in a luxury hotel bar is here, plus contemporary style and sophistication.