Prized locations

From the historic streets of Mayfair and the prestigious shopping destinations of Knightsbridge and Rodeo Drive to the artistic legacy and rocky peninsula of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, our hotels are located in some of the world's most desirable addresses. At each one, our experienced concierge teams help guests make the most of both the local neighbourhood and the wider city.


Claridge's is located on Brook Street in the heart of Mayfair. From the hotel, guests are within easy reach of shopping districts such as Bond Street and Regent Street, as well as the Royal Parks and key business areas.


The Connaught

The Connaught stands at the point where Carlos Place meets Mount Street. This corner of Mayfair retains the feel of a village and is home to sought-after galleries and chic boutiques. London's Royal Parks and peaceful gardens are also a stroll away.


The Berkeley

The Berkeley is situated next to Hyde Park, and a short walk from the designer shops and boutiques of Knightsbridge. Belgravia, with its neighbourhood feel and streets lined with elegant townhouses, is also on the doorstep.

Exterior shot at night of the front of Maybourne Beverly Hills with name of the hotel lightened and palm trees.

The Maybourne Beverly Hills

The Maybourne Beverly Hills is situated within Los Angeles’ famous Golden Triangle and next to Beverly Canon Gardens. Moments from the iconic Rodeo Drive and with views of the Hollywood Hills, guests have the best of the city on their doorstep.

The exterior of The Maybourne Riviera, with the hotel to the left and showing Monaco to the left

The Maybourne Riviera

Sheltered by the imposing Mont Agel, The Maybourne Riviera is perfectly positioned between Menton and Monaco, the landscape punctuated by slender cypress trees, shimmering silver-green olive groves and warm terracotta rooftops.

Round building façade in London, with a balcony on the first floor that has plants and flags on it.

The Emory

Overlooking leafy Hyde Park, The Emory is luxuriously positioned between the designer boutiques of Knightsbridge and the quintessentially London feel of Belgravia, with its Georgian terraces and independent ateliers.