A Quick Look at The May Fair Hotel
At a Glance…
The May Fair Hotel, one of the landmarks that has distinguished London for generations, continues to redefine luxury to a new generation of chic travellers and Londoners. Since the twenties, the May Fair Hotel has been a by-word for elegance and style. In November 2006 the hotel reopened following a £75 million plus re-invention. This was no quick refurbishment. The hotel was comprehensively re-designed and still gleams from its new look. It now stands, reinvented, as one of the most accessible and exciting five-star hotels in London. In 2010 the May fair Hotel was named one of the coolest UK brands in the annual CoolBrands survey.
Mason Williams relaunched The May Fair Hotel in 2006 making it one of the most talked about hotels in the Capital.
A few highlights…
The May Fair Hotel featured as a beacon of excellence on Channel 4’s ‘Ruth Watson’s Hotel Rescue’, a piece of activity for which Mason Williams was recongnised at the 2009 Sabre Awards. Other TV of note includes; The Apprentice, The Apprentice does Comic Relief, Britain’s Next Top Model, X Factor, Love the Place You’re In, I Own Britain’s Best Home, Fearne and…, This Morning, Daybreak, Fashion TV and many more.
What the press say…
“Its glamorous heritage, bold design and distinctive style make The May Fair hotel a true one-off.” The Observer
““The official hotel of London Fashion Week for the third season, the May Fair Hotel is the stylish place to stay.” Vogue
““A cocktail in the swish bar is a worthwhile experience” The Guardian
“One of Mayfair’s classiest establishments.” City AM
“In the name of research this morning we headed to London’s May Fair Spa…it’s one of our favourite city spas” ELLE
“The May Fair Hotel, a stone’s throw from Oxford Street in the heart of Mayfair, is a favourite among the world’s fashionistas for its contemporary design and efficient service.” Daily Express
Mason Williams is the UK Consumer PR Agency for IPREX – a $350 million network of communication agencies, with 1,800 staff and 115 offices worldwide. Read More