London, England

The Beaumont

Inspired by a fictional 1920s character, The Beaumont is step back in time to the classic Art Deco era with a distinctly modern spin.

Modern Comfort with Old World Style

In a quiet Mayfair square, The Beaumont sits within walking distance of Hyde Park and Selfridge’s. Don’t feel like walking? A complimentary ride in the hotel’s vintage Daimler will take you to where you need to be in the neighborhood.

The fact that The Beaumont is a fairly recent arrival on the hotel scene—it opened in 2014—or that it is housed in a former parking garage—in Mayfair, even the garages can be majestic—does not take away from the dreamy, classic luxury. Impeccably designed from the vision of owners Jeremy King and Chris Corbin, The Beaumont portrays an Art Deco spirit firmly rooted in the present. An immediately noticeable standout is the inhabitable modern sculpture that rises three stories on one end of the hotel. Created by Antony Gormley, it functions as a fascinating piece of public art while doubling as a one-bedroom hotel suite.

Inside, the hotel is an Art Deco splendor seen through the 21st century imagination. Original artwork adorn the walls—much of it part of the owner’s collection—and period details complete the perfect sense of a step back in time.

Glamour and Edge

Hospitality and service are hallmarks of The Beaumont. The Cub Bar, a private dining room reserved for guests only, provides a quiet, elegant getaway from the other public areas—almost as if stepping into a speakeasy of the American 1920s. The Colony Grill Room is in service all day for classic British and American fare, and the American Bar focus more on the classic cocktail experience than trendy new mixology.