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The Beaumont

Restrained English elegance in Mayfair

Behind an Art Deco façade in Mayfair, The Beaumont houses a total of 50 rooms, 13 studios and 10 beautifully appointed suites. The real talking point, though, is Room: an "inhabitable sculpture" and cave-like suite by Antony Gormley – literally, a standout extension to the hotel. The hotel’s public spaces have been designed in a sophisticated and slightly masculine style, using leather, marble and oak textures, further highlighted by Art Deco decor. The hotel’s Colony restaurant is inspired by New York grill rooms of the 1920s; modern but a hint of old-world glamour. 


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