Mayfair is one of the most exclusive areas in the heart of London and the most expensive square on the Monopoly board! It takes its name from the annual fortnightly May Fair started in 1686 to celebrate St James Day.
Oxford Street is Europe’s busiest shopping street best known for Selfridges and other major department stores.
Savile Row has been creating bespoke suits for over 200 years and makes some of the world’s finest men’s clothing.
Harrods needs no introduction, as it is one of the most famous stores in the world.
Fortnum & Mason, founded in 1707, has grown in status to one of the most famous grocery stores in London.
Buckingham Palace is a healthy stroll way across Green Park reached in just minutes from 9 Hertford Street.
The Royal Academy of Arts on Piccadilly hosts seminal exhibitions for some of the world’s leading artists.
The Handel House Museum was home to the great baroque composer. It reflects the life of the composer and organises special musical events.
Apsley House is a 3 minute walk from 9 Hertford St and was the home of the Duke of Wellington.
Harley Street enjoys a worldwide reputation as a centre of private medical excellence.
Book a musical or a play in one of the many theatres in the Piccadilly area.
On each stay, the apartments have been spotless, the beds comfortable and kitchens well-equipped – just the ticket for independent travellers who don’t need ‘hotel’ services. A great place for visitors on business or for leisure!
We stayed at 9 Hertford Street over the Easter weekend and could not have hoped for a better place to be with our two-year old son. Not only was his cot ready when we arrived but we were greeted with chocolates, fresh fruits and a lovely card written by the manager. The flat was very spacious and bright, with a terrace. We all felt at home straight away. The concierges were very helpful and friendly. I was even provided with a laptop for an hour in order to catch up with some work!