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Known to many as the most expensive property on the Monopoly game board, Mayfair boasts many luxurious shops, hotels and restaurants. Over the years these features have attracted many international organisations including real estate businesses, foreign embassies and private banks. Mayfair brands itself as ‘London’s most exclusive district’ and the array of shopping boutiques, lavish hotels and fine-dining establishments certainly backs this claim.
If fashion is your thing, than Mayfair will exceed all expectations – Saville Row, Burlington Arcade and the Royal Arcade off Bond Street will cater for all fashion needs and requirements. These locations are the home to world-famous designers such as Vivienne Westwood, Louis Vuitton, Burberry and Gucci, to name a few.
Fancy some fine wining-and-dining? Mayfair has long been considered one of the world’s finest areas for eating-out; the area includes a staggering 20 restaurants with a least one of the coveted Michelin Stars – 4 of these have 2 stars and the fantastic Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester has an incredible 3. This truly conveys the unrivalled nature of Mayfair’s range of restaurants on offer.
The area also prides itself on a number of spacious parks and open squares to create a pleasant working atmosphere; for example, Hanover and Grosvenor Square and the famous Green Park just off Piccadilly.
And like the area itself, Mayfair offers plenty of premium office space to rent. Although there are many first-class workplaces in the area, cost-effective offices are also available in one of London’s most upmarket districts.