A luxury stroll through Mayfair, London

Are you visiting London in the near future? Read on for an exclusive guide to some of the best places to visit in Mayfair, the heart of the capital of the United Kingdom. Whether you are looking to undertake some luxury shopping, enjoy refreshments or to pamper yourself, Central London has all of the best brands located close by.

Brown’s Hotel

Following your arrival in London, you may wish to enjoy a light beverage before you discover all that Mayfair has to offer. Why not pop into Brown’s Hotel for some light refreshments?

The hotel first opened in 1837 and has an interesting past having hosted a variety of prominent guests over the years. With beautiful bedrooms, a relaxing spa and award winning afternoon tea, Brown’s symbolises everything about British luxury.

Enjoy a signature cocktail as well as the acclaimed art and cuisine on offer in HIX Mayfair and the Donovan Bar.

Brown’s is located on Albemarle Street.

Browns Hotel

Fortnum & Mason

One of the world’s top luxury department stores, Fortnum & Mason is positioned right in Central London. Founded in 1707, this store is famous for its top quality range of gifts, renowned food hall and exclusive food hampers.

One of London’s top beauty rooms, Beauty a la Carte, is based on the second floor. Fortnum & Mason is based at 181 Piccadilly.


Bremont‘s journey started by seeking to craft watches of top quality for pilots. These products had to be created with meticulous detail and be immensely durable for any situation.

Today, Bremont still makes watches to the highest possible specifications. For example, every watch in the standard range is Chronometer certified. Also, a 3 year guarantee is offered on all products produced by Bremont, one of the few companies to do so. Bremont is positioned at South Audley Street in the heart of Mayfair.



Each piece in John Calleija‘s award winning collection has been designed to feature some of the rarest gems in the world; this includes exceptional Argyle Pink Diamonds.

He focuses on bringing the highest quality, service and innovation in design across the entire business. Every single creation has been designed and made by hand by its own master craftsmen.

Calleija is proud be Aston Martin’s global jewellery partner, which reinforces its dedication to the top standards of design and craftsmanship.

Calleija is present in London at The Royal Arcade, New Bond Street.


Nourbel & Le Cavelier

Luxury jewellers Nourbel & Le Cavelier are specialists in unique handmade pieces with rare and precious jewels. Their famous collections take you on an historic and geographic journey, with contemporary pieces originating from Italy in the 19th century as well as jewels from Zambia and Burma. They also create head turning, signature pieces such as the Boa diamond bracelet.

An exclusive hallmark is awarded by the Swiss jewellery industry to those who have pioneered innovative techniques in the field. Nourbel & Le Cavelier bear this special Maitre-Joaillier endorsement.

Nourbel & Le Cavelier opened their very first boutique in 2011 Burlington Arcade.

Nourbel & Le Cavelier

Wright & Teague

Wright & Teague, jewellery designers London, have a notable presence at Burlington Arcade in the heart of Mayfair. This brand is inspired by the importance of jewellery in societies in all walks of life; from tribal to modern to ancient. It has a genuine passion for designing jewellery with a strong story and personality behind it.

Some partners that Wright & Teague has worked with include Swarovski, The British Museum, Gemfields, Oxfam & the World Gold Council.

Wright and Teague


N.Peal is famous in London for several standout reasons. It crafts beautiful garments and is known for having the best quality cashmere around. It is also held in high esteem for its exciting use of texture as well as its contemporary offerings for both women and men.

N.Peal exists at Sloane Square as well as The Burlington Arcade, where all are welcome to pop in and explore.

Orwell + Austen

Orwell + Austen’s goal is to create fabulous luxury contemporary scarves that lead the industry both in the quality as well as in the style stakes.

Its founder Jessica Schuhle-Lewis’ inspiration for the brand stems from her strong relationship with arts and fashion. Her desire is to use the finest materials available to produce fashionable examples of wearable art. Each scarf is produced in a region renowned for the finest quality cashmere, Nepal.

Orwell + Austen’s creations are available from Wolf & Badger, Dover Street.

Orwell and Austen

Mr Hare

Mr Hare, founded in 2008, is an exclusive, contemporary shoe company based in London.

Mr Hare’s main goal from the outset was to create the perfect shoe for himself, before sharing his designs with others. The majority of Mr Hare’s shoes are produced in Italy using leathers from Santa Croce sull Arno by Italian craftsmen.

If you are shoes hopping in London, be sure to call by Mr Hare on Stafford Street.

Mr Hare

Nicholas Kirkwood

Nicholas Kirkwood has won much critical acclaim over the last 8 years since he launched his very own collection. At 24 years of age, his aim was to challenge the conventions of luxury women’s footwear having attended several top design schools; Central St. Martins and Cordwainers College.

Daphne Guinness, Grace Jones the late Isabella Blow and many others in the industry have been attracted by Kirkwood’s architecturally inspired designs that highlight the relationship between modernity and tradition.

Call to this iconic British fashion brand on Mount Street and see for yourself.

Nicholas Kirkwood

Michael John

Michael John‘s London hair salon on Albemarle Street guarantees the highest standards in cutting, styling and colour from its diverse team.

As one of the top salons in London, an array of clientele from varying sections of society visit to receive an expert service that will struggle to be surpassed anywhere else.

The Michael John Beauty & Mediaspa has opened for business in Knightsbridge offering the latest in medical aesthetic services as well as a wide range of beauty treatments. Two expert Mediaspa specialists are available to consult with and carry out any procedures you may be interested in undertaking at one of the best beauty salons in London.

Call in today and allow Michael John to take care of all your needs.

Michael John

Rossano Ferretti Hairspa

Since Rossano Ferretti opened its first branch in Parma in 1994, it has pioneered the idea of the complete hairdressing experience in a relaxing and tranquil environment in the hands of experts.

Well known personalities from film, television, politics and business are among its loyal clientele attracted to the limited number of positions available in the exclusive, non-crowded environment. The brand has spoken a language of beauty and constant renewal for over 20 years with recognisable results.

The London team is fronted up by the vastly experienced duo of Pol Garcia and Alessandro Calvio. Pop in to St Georges Street today for a look.

Casa di Fiori

Casa di Fiori is unlike any other Italian top restaurant in the city of London as it located within the shopping areas of Oxford Street and Bond Street in Central London.

Head Chef Mike Tesolin, has put his own stamp on traditional dishes including as Tagliolini Crab as well as Risotto with Asparagus & Scampi.

An array of rosé Champagnes, cocktails and Proseccos are on offer at the restaurant’s exquisite bar. One of the most popular creations is the “Eve” which consists of cognac, triple sec and sugar cube, topped with pink champagne).

Casa di Fiori is located on Woodstock Street.

Marta Miklinska is Digital Marketing Manager at 5ive Star London.

Comments (1)

  1. Ruth says:

    A very well-thought out list. Jo Hansford is one of the leading salons, hair colourist to the royal family, and Floris, one of the world’s oldest perfume houses. For food and drink, Scott’s is a classic.

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