In pictures: The Mayfair Townhouse to open September 2020

Iconic Luxury Hotels' new London property will have 172 rooms, a bar, a private gym and event spaces.

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The Mayfair Townhouse is set to open in September 2020 as the fifth property from Iconic Luxury Hotels.

The Mayfair Townhouse will be located near Green Park in London’s Mayfair. The hotel will have 172 rooms and suites, including two penthouse suites and garden suites, The Dandy Bar, a private gym and versatile event spaces. 

The property has seven Georgian listed buildings within its structure, and the street on which it is located – Half Moon Street – was the inspiration behind Oscar Wilde’s play 'The Importance of being Earnest'.

The hotel will be overseen by Iconic Luxury Hotels’ executive director, Andrew Stembridge, former Hotelier of the Year and recently named as one of the 50 most influential people in British luxury in the Walpole Power List 2019.

"The upcoming launch of The Mayfair Townhouse is a significant moment in the history of Iconic Luxury Hotels," said Stembridge. "It marks an exciting new chapter for the collection, and we are proud to welcome our second London hotel."

Iconic Luxury Hotels was founded in December 2016 with properties located in London, the Cotswolds, Berkshire and the New Forest. 

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