Mayfair Hotel to undergo £1bn facelift

Construction is expected to start in July on the major refurbishment of The Westbury Mayfair London, a Luxury Collection Hotel.

The project will create 196 guestrooms and suites to a 5+ star standard, including open plan bathrooms, cabinetry, furniture and fixtures. Front of house facilities will include restaurants, bars, lounges, conference and function rooms and a new spa facilities.

Westminster Council has approved the partial demolition of the existing building, extension of guest floor levels one to seven to the rear and creation of a new level eight floor for new signature guestrooms. The facades are to be retained but enhanced and the rear elevation receives a completely new façade.

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