The Biltmore Mayfair to open in spring

An impressive 500sqm ballroom can host large-scale events for up to 700 guests for a cocktail reception.

The Biltmore, Mayfair will open in the heart of London on Grosvenor Square in spring 2019.

The hotel has undergone a multi-million-pound redevelopment following its closure in early July 2018. It features 257 guest rooms, many with views over Grosvenor Square, as well as 51 suites.

In addition, the hotel will showcase a 500sqm ballroom, ideal for large-scale events, with capacity for up to 700 guests for a cocktail reception.

For smaller functions, the Waterloo and Manhattan Suites are suited to more intimate receptions of up to 100 guests, while the Kendal Suite can accommodate small groups of 25 guests or boardroom meetings.

The Biltmore, Mayfair will boast new restaurants headed by internationally-renowned chefs, an all-year round alfresco terrace, an exclusive cocktail bar and a large gymtech fitness suite.

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