The reception desk showcases the wonder of nature – a weathered, solid tree trunk from the Balcombe Estate in Sussex. Handpicked by the design team for its depth of texture and form, it symbolises the hotels commitment to sustainability and the celebration of the beauty of the natural world.

Traditional dry stone walls in the Reception and Dover Yard bar are formed from reclaimed stone walls in Yorkshire, brought down from the north of England and built by hand using traditional techniques. A celebration of British heritage that have been part of the landscape of the UK for thousands of years.

Soothing greenery

Guests are welcomed with a wall of preserved moss that is dramatically lit as the focal piece, setting the scene, and adding soothing greenery into each room. This moss frames the water filter at the arrival; eliminating single use plastic from the hotel experience.

Laid-back luxury

Suites offer a variety of stand-out furniture pieces, such as hand-crafted sisal coffee tables and smoked timbers to mirrors. Playful feature pieces such as the hammock look out across the Dover Yard courtyard and provide a memorable ‘moment’.
In the bedrooms the bespoke timber panelling displays the history of craftsmanship and quality of Mayfair, whilst surrounding guest with textured finishes and laid-back luxury.

Penthouse Suite

The standout space in the 1 Hotel Mayfair, imagined as a garden room due to its prime position at the corner of the building overlooking Green Park, the Penthouse Suite is 200sqm of luxury living. Inspired by the tonal palette of the park – where flowers are forbidden by Royal decree – the suite applies natural textures to bring drama and play with light and shade.