The second oldest hotel in London, established by Robert Fleming in 1851, Flemings Mayfair hotel is steeped in history, sharing its founding year with the first of the Great Exhibitions at Crystal Palace. A stained glass window now depicts the well-celebrated year.
Once a servant and valet to the Marquis and Marchioness of Anglesey at 1 Old Burlington Street, Robert Fleming acquired training for running a high class hotel, and it is documented that Fleming was running a lodging house at the address of 10 Half Moon Street in 1852.
Flemings Mayfair is now a privately owned boutique hotel, comprising 129 luxury hotel rooms, suites and apartments, and The Townhouse, a unique 7 bedroom private residence. Flemings Mayfair offers luxurious surroundings in the heart of the city. Converted from 13 Georgian townhouses, the delicately designed bedrooms are decorated with touches dedicated to the 1930s, with shades of bronze and soft greys; jewel silk curtains and bespoke wool carpets give a completely opulent feel.