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THE BEAUMONT HOTEL

Grand in style yet warm and welcoming, Chris Corbin and Jeremy King’s first hotel is elegant and intimate, its classic design inspired by the great Art Deco hotels of the 1920s. Superbly located on a quiet Mayfair square, close to the sophisticated shops, galleries and museums of Mayfair, the five star, 73-room Beaumont recaptures the luxurious spirit of a bygone age.

Recently awarded the AA Best Hotel in London 2016/2017 as well as being featured on the Conde Nast Traveler Gold List for the 2nd year in a row, it is much-praised for its personal style of service and features the amenities of a much larger hotel, including a 5-bedroom Presidential Suite, The Colony Grill Room, an American Bar, The Cub Room – a Resident’s Lounge and Bar, The Lotos Room – a private dining and board room, and a gymnasium and spa with hamam, as well as ROOM, a public artwork and inhabitable sculpture by Sir Antony Gormley.

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The Colony Grill Room is located at the heart of The Beaumont Hotel in Mayfair. The restaurant takes its lead from the traditional Grill Rooms originally found in London and New York and, as a restaurant run by well-known London restaurateurs Corbin & King, famed for The Wolseley, amongst others, it offers a relaxed, affordable dining experience for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and has become a magnet for London’s people ‘in the know’.

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The menu features grills, and appropriately classic dishes from both sides of the Atlantic. The Beaumont opened on 29 September 2014 in a Listed 1926 building. Evoking the elegance and personalized hospitality of pre-war Mayfair, it is grand in style and yet intimate in feel. With 73 rooms, including 23 suites, a particular feature is ROOM, a suite in the form of an inhabitable sculpture by Antony Gormley. The hotel includes a classic Grill Room, an American Bar, a separate Residents’ Bar & Lounge, a Boardroom, and a Spa with Gymnasium.

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