Wrap yourself in luxury at the Arts Club Hotel right in the heart of London's swanky Mayfair neighborhood.
Established by author Charles Dickens in 1863, the Arts Club Hotel has always attracted guests of renown, including Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. Since its opening, the hotel has undergone many transitions. It moved to Dover Street in 1896, but its rooms were destroyed in the Blitz of 1940.
The Arts Club Hotel of today offers guests a selection of 16 exquisite and discreet rooms located on the fourth and fifth floors of the Club. A private butler attends to your every needs to ensure you have a perfect experience.
White crown moldings are happily interrupted by beautiful painting exhibits in elegant atriums and drawing rooms. Every detail exudes an air of exclusivity. Tuck into a large and very comfortable bed covered in the finest linens and anchored by beautiful decorative headboards that wrap around stylish side tables. Light grey and turquoise velvet seating meet walnut floors, adding to the glamour. Open wooden sliding doors to reveal the lavish marble en-suite bath. Art Deco style abounds and the bathroom is fitted with a contrasting black and white clawfoot, roll-top tub.
Fresh flowers add a sweet perfume in the air. Although London is buzzing day and night, guests can escape the frenzy on their private balcony facing the peaceful courtyard. Other rooms face the ritzy boutiques and galleries on Dover Street.
On the third floor, enter spacious suites that feel more like a home than a hotel. Lounge in the living room, sip on wine in the kitchen and dining room, and unwind in the splendid bedroom. Beltrami silk linens and towels add extra touches of luxury.
In the morning start your day with crispy toast, topped with avocado and salmon. Sit al fresco in the glass topped garden or indoors perched on a blue tufted banquette. The Arts Club Hotel was always a meeting point for those in the arts, literature, and sciences. Descend into the basement club to interact with the artists of today.Request Information