One of London’s newest luxury hotels, The Biltmore Mayfair, has launched eight new signature suites, including a Presidential Suite to rival the most luxurious accommodations in the city.
The Biltmore Mayfair, situated in one of the most elite corners of London, Grosvenor Square, became Europe’s first hotel under the Hilton LXR brand when it opened last year. Already considered one of London’s most luxurious hotels, it can now stand up to the best with the unveiling of a selection of opulent suites and exclusive amenities.
Each suite has been individually designed to provide guests with a choice of arrangements from the residence-style One-bedroom Duplex, which comes with its own private roof terrace, to the plush and elegant Chairman Suite and Presidential Suite.
“The Biltmore Mayfair is fast becoming one of London’s most desirable hotels, and these signature suites are set to provide an exclusive sanctuary for our discerning guests. Each suite is entirely unique, both in regard to design and personality. All, however, have spaciousness as a key consideration – a true luxury and rarity in central London”, said Klaus Kabelitz, general manager of the hotel.
‘The Biltmore Dress’
To celebrate the launch of the suites, the hotel has also announced an exclusive collaboration with designer, Roland Mouret and his eponymous brand. Guests staying in any of the signature suites will be able to purchase an exquisite ‘Myrtha’ dress in a limited-edition shade of dusty charcoal. Dubbed ‘The Biltmore Dress’, guests can request a complimentary fitting of the iconic dress with Roland Mouret’s dedicated tailor in the comfort of their suite through their private butler.
Personalized embroidered pillowcases and monogrammed bathrobes are part of the exclusive experience. There are also striking design pieces to enjoy, such as the leather-encased two-meter-high ‘Maxi-bar’ cabinets holding full- size bottles of champagne and premium wines and spirits.
The Presidential Suite is naturally the largest at 1,722 sq ft. It sleeps five guests across two bedrooms with an opportunity to add a third if necessary. There is a luxurious lounge and dining area as well as a private kitchen for in-room dining.
And the in-room dining options are among the best in the city. Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton, who runs The Betterment restaurant within the hotel, has designed custom menus to be enjoyed by guests on their private dining tables.
Nightly rates in one of the signature suites at The Biltmore Mayfair start from $3,380. The Biltmore Dress by Roland Mouret is available to purchase for $1,885. thebiltmoremayfair.com, +44 (0) 20 7629 9400.