Venue Review: Millennium Mayfair Hotel, LondonWritten by Paul May 13 2015
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Millennium Mayfair Hotel, London - W1K 2HP
Located in the heart of ever exclusive Mayfair, the Millennium Mayfair hotel occupies prime position overlooking Grosvenor Square. Despite the classical look this is a relatively modern purpose built hotel, having been completed in 1969 in the site of Waterloo House. Given the address the hotel plays host to the great and good on a daily basis. It’s also known for being the place where Alexander Litvinenko was fatally poisoned with Polonium, but don’t let that put you off!
The hotel offers 336 guest rooms, which includes a range of luxury suites. There is a well used residents bar, the highly rated Avista restaurant (which has private dining options), a sushi bar called Shogun and the club lounge.
For anyone looking to host an event the hotel offers 3 main event space, the Ballroom Suite for conferences of 450 and dinners up to 460, the Manhattan Suite so 80 in theatre style and the Waterloo room for 70. Elsewhere there are 7 smaller rooms which make ideal boardroom or space for private dining. The Ballroom is as grand as you hope it will be and is ideal for large conferences or gala dinners.
Prices are very good considering the area. The hotel is 4* and part of the Millennium & Copthorne chain, which offers reasonable pricing across the board without compromising on service. Therefore if you want a ‘Mayfair style event, with an impressive venue and exemplary service, but without the price tag of Grosvenor House, The Dorchester etc here’s where you should be heading.