The Chesterfield Mayfair
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Chesterfield Mayfair London
Great location and staff very helpful. Nice clean room
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Chesterfield Mayfair London
The Chesterfield could be a really nice hotel if it wasn't for the arrogant staff. I wondered whether some of the staff could be any more disdainful and patronising. It's a pity because the rooms are very plush, the restaurant food excellent. Still, I did not enjoy my stay - simply because of the staff.
Loved the Chesterfield
Stayed August 27-31. Room was small but not claustrophobic. Bathroom was lovely. Staff was outstanding. Location is perfect. We will stay there again when in London. The public rooms are like being in an English country house.
This is a great choice!
Fantastic hotel! Great Staff & location! We stayed here for 4 nights and wish we were still there! I wanted a hotel that was very british and this fit the the bill! Very accomodating staff and lovely, large size double room! It was very quiet at night. We will be back!
Nice Hotel with TINY ROOMS
My wife and I stayed in this hotel September 29 and 30, 2003 in room #503. It is a well run, well maintained hotel with a friendly and helpful staff in a great location. However, the rooms are TINY. I am of average size and build (5' 11" and 185 pounds) and my wife is petite, we had a difficult time sleeping in their "Deluxe Double" room. The "Deluxe Double" appeared to be a single room with an extra set of towels. My son had room #504 another "Deluxe Double" that was the same size.
What a great place to stay everything was outstanding. The staff hepled with directions and the concierge even gave us a suggetsed vewing spot for the changing of the guard..He was spot on! Nice and quiet..freindly staff. that can take care of your every need. The breakfast was good and fast. and we had no problems with the bill. everything was handled in the most professional manner. for the price we paid it was oustanding. would recommend this hotel to anyone visiting London.
Quaint, Quiet, Great staff and location
Stayed at this hotel w/my 18 yr old son as a B-Day Graduation gift. It was his first Atlantic Crossing; arrived early am, exhausted from flight and transfer. Were greeted w/a cheery smile by receptionist! Check in expediant. Lobby warm and inviting. After being shown to our room, recieved follow up call, asking if all was well. Room was comfortable, with comp bottle water, coffee/ tea service, hot cocoa, and a red carnation. Staff was always friendly & helpful. They assisted us with directions, restaurant recommendations, tour arrangements. Good location in quiet, upscale Mayfair, near Green Park, Buckingham Palace tube stops. We loved this hotel and would highly recommend it!
I stayed at this hotel in August and was upgraded to a superior double from a standard double room. The location above all is excellent. It is hard to find a quiet room in many parts of London, but this hotel is exemplary in this regard. The breakfast was plentiful and included in the room rate. My only reservation is that room service was slow, but the hotel appeared to be virtually full and the staff very busy. I will definitely stay there again.
A wonderful hotel!
We loved the Chesterfield Mayfair! It is a beautiful, charming little hotel. The restaurant is wonderful and we really enjoyed the piano bar. It is close to public transportation and Buckingham Palace. We've stayed there twice and wouldn't stay anywhere else while in London.
Wouldn't Stay Anywhere Else
My wife and I stayed there for our honeymoon. It was beautiful. The staff was wonderful and the location is great. Located near Buckingham Palace and great access to public transportation.
Loved the Chesterfield
We have stayed at the Chesterfield on two occassions with a couple of years between the visits. We were greeted and warmly welcomed by name by all the staff! We had a Junior Suite which had all the ammenities we needed and we enjoyed both our visits and will definitely return.
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We arrived at Heathrow airport at 2pm local time and head straight to the baggage hall only to realise that my baggage was missing.. you could only imagine the meltdown I had.. after all that packing. Simon's bag was right there beside us and mine was nowhere to be seen. We head to the service desk to enquire and they inform us that my bag had not …
... a chat with the priest who said a prayer for our family and blessed my rosary beads. We were going to go to the Tower of London but it was getting ready to close so we made our way back to our hotel via the London Underground. We were squished in like sardines but managed to get back to collect our washing before it closed and only got lost once. London is really two cities the City of London and the City of ...
... because I couldn’t do anything to help them. Or the night I (drunkenly) fell asleep on the tram and missed my stop and ended up at the tram depot, where I was told that we were near the airport, which is about one hour away from my house and that there were no more trams running or any taxis at this time of the night AND MY PHONE WAS DEAD. This then brought on tears from me. The tram depot manager came out and invited me into his office. Out came the map.
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