The Connaught Hotel in London’s Mayfair offers understated, personalised luxury and a discreet English atmosphere. Originally two Georgian townhouses opened in 1815 as the Prince of Saxe-Coburg Hotel, it was named the Connaught in 1897, after Queen Victoria’s third son.
This hotel underwent an ambitious £70m restoration programme in 2007. Today, class, style and a genuine desire to accommodate every guest’s smallest wish personify The Connaught. Suites from world-class designers, Michelin-starred cooking by Hélène Darroze in its restaurant and the indulgent Aman Spa are among its finest offerings, not to mention the Connaught Bar’s restored splendour and perfect Martinis.