Any hotel that offers internet access from all its rooms knows how to move with the times, although the Chesterfield’s Georgian décor also respects the past. For fitness fanatics, gym passes are also avilable for the local fitness club.
As any Monopoly player knows, Mayfair is a prime location. Just off Berkeley Square, the Chesterfield is around the corner from Buckingham Palace and West End Theatres.
Double and family suites come with all mod cons including TV with cable and a digital alarm clock. If you want the added luxury of a CD player and fresh flowers, plump for the deluxe suite. But for those keener on business than pleasure, there are rooms complete with desk and swivel chair. Secretarial support is available.
The chef at the hotel’s award winning romantic restaurant relishes special requests. For a less formal affair, try afternoon tea in the wood-panelled library or snacks in the bar to the tune of live piano music. The conservatory is the hotel’s most peaceful dining area.
High-ceiled meeting and conference halls with a maximum capacity of 200 people are available. Staff are happy to organise any kind of break, whether it’s for fitness, ice cream or elevenses.