Frieze London

Regent’s Park

3–6 October 2019

The Connaught

Carlos Place
W1K 2AL London
Enjoy the ultimate British luxury experience at the beating heart of London’s Mayfair.

At the beating heart of London’s Mayfair Village, surrounded by the chic shops, restaurants and galleries of Mount Street, The Connaught redefines the British luxury experience. An expertly-judged blend of old and new, The Connaught is the insider’s choice for staying in London, where service is highly personalised and with a genuine warmth of character. Magnificent rooms and suites demonstrate the best of both traditional and contemporary design, with beautiful, thoughtful, spacious interiors. Observing the passions of the modern luxury traveller, The Connaught is home to two Michelin-starred dining from Hélène Darroze. For all-hours, informal gourmet dining, Jean-Georges at The Connaught offers something for everyone on the eclectic, imaginative and fresh-from-the-market menus.  At the end of the day, the comfortable Coburg Bar beckons, or perhaps an expertly-made cocktail in the shimmering beauty of the Connaught Bar. To unwind, London’s only Aman Spa is a relaxing retreat after the bustle of London. The Connaught’s irresistible charm keeps guests wishing they could stay for ever.

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Image courtesy: Singapore Tourism Board

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