London, United Kingdom
About the hotel
"Just steps away from Oxford Street’s Selfridges, The Beaumont takes a step back in time with its Art Deco interiors, vintage guest rooms and roaring twenties-inspired jazz bar."
The Beaumont feels appropriately exclusive with its 73 accommodations: a mix of rooms, suites and studios. There’s little variation from one room to the next, so it's a good thing that the interior design is spot-on. Walls of taupe and grey are adorned with vintage prints and photographs, complemented by furnishings of dark leather and gleaming wood. Ethereal curtains pull back to reveal floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking gardens or... Show more
These comfortable, king-bedded hotel rooms feature opening floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the rooftops of Mayfair or the garden court. Equally suited to a leisure or business stay, all Classic rooms have private entrance halls, sleek mosaic-and-marble bathrooms and plentiful wardrobe space.
Superior Grand Room
These generous, light-filled rooms have fine views over Brown Hart Square. Large enough for an extra bed or cot, and with a connecting door to a Superior Room, they are perfect for those looking for extra space or travelling with children.
These thoughtfully designed rooms make a splendid base for a stay in London. Bronze mirrors, mohair velvets and sumptuous silks reflect a sophisticated Art Deco aesthetic.
With generous proportions, the Studios at The Beaumont. They include comfortable seating and dressing areas, large bathrooms and private entrance hallways. For family groups, we also have a special Studio wing, two Studios and one bedroom on a separate private corridor.
The Beaumont's Classic Suites, with their Art Deco aesthetic and luxurious finishes, offer a peaceful, quiet retreat, with ample space for entertaining, meetings or simply relaxing. Some include luxurious sofa beds, which are perfect for families travelling with children.
Measuring an expansive 81 to 86 square metres (870 to 926 square feet), these are the largest one-bedroom suites in The Beaumont. Each has its own unique layout, but all overlook Brown Hart Gardens. Silks, mohair velvets, bronze detailing and subtle geometric patterns create a calm, relaxing environment for business or pleasure.
ROOM by Antony Gormley
The bedroom of this unique suite occupies the interior of a giant semi-abstract sculpture by Antony Gormley, which dominates the entrance front of The Beaumont on Brown Hart Gardens.
A dark, mysterious, cave-like space, ROOM encourages its occupants to enter a different state of consciousness, to enjoy at the very least a quiet, meditative pause, a prelude to a good night's sleep and the chance to withdraw, for a while, from the busy world outside.
The wood-panelled bedroom is approached up stairs from the sitting room and the marble bathroom, which are decorated, like all the rooms in The Beaumont, in a soft Art Deco style. The suite also has a large private hallway and a guest bathroom.
With fabulous views towards the City of London, all the Superior rooms are beautifully designed in soothing pale tones with refined Art Deco detailing. The rooms feature king-size beds, which can be reconfigured as twin beds on request. Some rooms are designed to be fully accessible for guests with reduced mobility.
The Superior Studios all have their own unique features: some have separate dressing areas, others have an outdoor terrace, and all offer different views over Brown Hart Gardens or the Mayfair rooftops. With their generous hallways, they feel like private, period apartments in the heart of London.