Flemings Mayfair set for interior enhancements courtesy of ReardonSmith


Luxury London boutique hotel is to benefit from a number of enhancements, courtesy of top architects, ReardonSmith.

The hotel will undergo a series of exterior and interior enhancements, including an improved front entrance at Half Moon Street with a more streamlined drop-off and collection point for taxis, plus a gated smoking terrace with outdoor seating.

ReardonSmith, who have secured planning and listed building consent for the changes, will also introduce a new lower ground entrance into the hotel’s restaurant from Clarges Street, which will be framed by a portico to match the current building.

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Access will be facilitated by a new staircase.

Flemings Mayfair comprises a series of 1730 townhouses which were converted into Flemings in 1851.

Last year the hotel began a £14m renovation programme, which saw its bedrooms and suites transformed, plus a new Drawing Room tea room and small bar introduced.

A new Shaun Rankin restaurant, Ormer Mayfair, will open in September as part of the project.


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